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Aeronautics Secretariat


Decree No. 16.410/1959

Amend art. 34 of the Regulation of Aeronavegation on Argentine territory and jurisdictional waters relating to transit aircraft.

Bs. As., 9.12.

VISTO Expediente N° 10.676 (D. N.A. C.) - N° 70.479 (S.A.), attentive to the information provided by the Secretary of State of Aeronautics and the proposal of the Minister Secretary in the Department of National Defence, and


That according to the provisions in force in respect of the stay in the country of aircraft in transit (Article 34 of the Regulations of the Air Force on the Argentine Territory and its Jurisdictional Waters, approved by decree of 30 July 1926) such aircraft may only remain for a continuous period of one hundred and twenty (120) days, counted from the day of their entry in flight or from the day they were withdrawn from the Customs;

That such a forecast is frequently reversed in practice and is therefore ineffective for the restrictive effects that were taken into account in establishing it, since the sole departure to the outside of such aircraft and their immediate re-entry makes the term above-mentioned a re-accounted circumstance that allows many aircraft with foreign registration to be permanently in our country;

That the situation described above could hardly be foreseen by the current regulation, attentive to the time it was dictated;

Accordingly, it is appropriate to adopt appropriate arbitaries to avoid the targeted abnormality without hindering the tourism that is performed or can be carried out with foreign tuition aircraft,

The President of the Argentine Nation,


Article 1 — Amend Article 34 of the Regulation of Aeronavigation on the Argentine Territory and its Jurisdictional Waters (approved by Decree of 30 July 1926), as follows: "The transit aircraft may remain in the country up to forty-five (45) days per year, counted from the date of entry in flight or since they have been withdrawn from the Customs. This term has been sold by its owners to register them in the National Register of Aircraft, without which they may not be used in any way, or to remove them from the country without written authorization."

Art. 2° — This decree will be endorsed by the Minister Secretary in the Department of National Defence and signed by the State Secret of Aeronautics.

Art. 3° — Communicate, contact the General Directorate of the Official and Printed Bulletin and return to the State Secretariat of Aeronautics for publication in Public Air Bulletin and subsequent archive.

FRONDIZI. - Right P. Villar. - Ramon A. Abraham.