On Civil Aviation, And Amending And Supplementing Trade. Law

Original Language Title: o civilním letectví a o změně a doplnění živnost. zákona

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49/1997.



LAW



of 6 May 1999. March 1997



on Civil Aviation, and amending and supplementing Act No. 455/1991 Coll., on the

trades (Trade Act), as amended

the laws of the



Change: 189/1999 Coll.



Change: 146/2000 Coll.



Change: 258/2002 Sb.



Change: 258/2002 Coll. (part)



Change: 167/2004 Sb.



Change: 413/2005 Sb.



Change: 225/2006 Sb.



Change: 186/2006 Sb.



Change: 124/2008 Sb.



Change: 274/2008 Coll., 301/2009 Sb.



Change: 301/2009 Coll. (part)



Change: 227/2009 Sb.



Change: 281/2009 Sb.



Change: 407/2010 Sb.



Change: 137/2007 Sb.



Change: 225/2006 Coll. (part)



Change: 375/2007 Sb.



Change: 250/2014 Sb.



Change: 127/2014 Sb.



Parliament has passed the following Act of the United States:



PART THE FIRST



BASIC PROVISIONS



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Act incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1)

at the same time follows the directly applicable European Union regulations ^ 1a) and

governs in matters of civil aviation



and construction and operating conditions) of the aircraft,



(b) the establishment, operating conditions) and certifying the competence of the airports,



(c)) the conditions for construction,



(d) the conditions for the functioning of the air) staff,



(e) the conditions for the use of airspace),



(f) the conditions for the provision of air services),



(g) the conditions governing aeronautical activities),



h) scope and terms of aviation security,



I) conditions of use of sports flying device,



j) scope and terms of the exercise of State administration.



(2) this Act applies in a specific range on military aviation

in matters of aviation personnel, military airports and air structures,

the use of airspace, the provision of air services and the operation of

the flight operations.



§ 2



Basic concepts



(1) civil aviation ' means activities carried out in the Czech Airlines

Republic civil aircraft of any nationality for civil

purposes, as well as aviation activity operated by aircraft nationality

The United States abroad for civil purposes and operation of civilian

airports and air services in the territory of the Czech Republic.



(2) an aircraft means a device capable of imparting a force carrying it in

the atmosphere from the reactions of the air against the Earth's that are not

surface. For the purposes of this Act, shall not be considered an aircraft model

aircraft whose maximum take-off weight does not exceed 20 kg.



(3) the aeronautical Product (hereinafter "product") within the meaning of this

Act means an aircraft, engine or propeller.



(4) parts and appliances Shall means any device,

equipment, apparatus, mechanism or unit including accessories

communications equipment, that is used or intended for use in the

operating or controlling an aircraft in flight and is embedded in the aircraft, or to the

aircraft. It includes parts of an airframe, engine or propeller.



(5) Air ground facility means the technical device that is

located on the ground and is used to ensure air traffic.



(6) the airspace of the United States is the space over the territory of the United

the Republic, which can be used for air operations.



(7) the airport is territorially defined and appropriately adjusted area

including aeronautical structures and facilities of the airport, intended to permanently

takeoffs and landings of aircraft and aircraft movements with the related.



(8) an airport land, any land on which is located the airport,

or part of it.



(9) events means interruption, defect, malfunction or other emergency

the circumstance that affects or could affect the safety of the flight, and

at the same time does not result in accident or serious incident.



(10) commercial air transport "means transport of people, animals,

luggage, mail or other cargo aircraft for remuneration.



(11) air carrier means a person authorised to operate the business

air transport on the basis of a licence or another similar permissions.



(12) Domestic air carrier shall mean an air carrier which is

licensed to operate a commercial air transportation issued

the competent authority of the Czech Republic.



(13) another Member State air carrier means an air

the carrier, which is licensed to operate a commercial air

Transport granted by the competent authority of another Member State of the European Union,

another State of the formation of the European economic area or the Swiss

the Confederation.



(14) a third-country air carrier shall mean an air carrier which

is licensed to operate a commercial air transportation or

equivalent document issued by a competent authority of a State which is not

Member State of the European Union, State, representing the European economic

area or the Swiss Confederation.



(15) a series of non-scheduled flights means the realisation of more than 3 flights

during 2 consecutive calendar months.



§ 3



The establishment of the Office for civil aviation



(1) there is hereby established an administrative office civil aviation authority based in Prague

(hereinafter referred to as "the authority") for the performance of State administration in Affairs of civil aviation.

The authority is subordinate to the Ministry of transport.



(2) the Office shall be headed by a Director whose selection, appointment and removal shall be governed by

the law on the civil service.



(3) the authority shall cooperate with the European Aviation Safety Agency

(hereinafter referred to as "the Agency") on the basis of a directly applicable regulation of European

Community ^ 1 c). The scope and terms of cooperation are further modified

the contract concluded between the authority and the Agency.



(4) if the Office carries out activities for the Agency is obliged to set up for returns

from these activities, the special account and keep separate accounting of the costs and

revenue. Means the Office is authorized to use the account only on the increase

the qualifications of their staff, the purchase of technical equipment and financing

other needs are necessary for the performance of the activities of the Agency. Unused

the resources of the account in a calendar year are the State budget revenue.

Statement of account management for the calendar year the Office is obliged to

disclose the manner allowing remote access ^ 1 d) within 6 months from the end of

the relevant calendar year.



(5) the authority shall carry out the tasks of the national supervisory authority by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union ^ 1e).



(6) the authority may, by decision to entrust the execution of the tasks in the field of

evaluation of conformity or suitability for use of the constituents and verification systems

The European air traffic management network the legal entity that meets the

conditions laid down in the EU regulation directly applicable ^ 1f). The Office of the

credentials to be withdrawn under the terms of a directly applicable regulation

The European Union ^ 1f).



(7) the authority shall supervise the fulfilment of the obligations relating to air carrier

compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding,

of cancellation or long delay of flight as directly applicable legislation

The European Union ^ 1 g) and handles complaints on violations of those obligations.



(8) the authority shall supervise the fulfilment of the obligations



and) operator of airport and air carrier regarding compliance with the

the rights of persons with disabilities and persons with reduced mobility

and orientation according to the directly applicable European Union regulation ^ 1 h),



(b)) relating to air carrier informing passengers in air

transport according to the directly applicable European Union legislation ^ 1i).



(9) as they relate to the obligations set out in paragraph 8 (b). a) and b)

the operator of a travel agent or travel agency operators,

oversee the municipal Trade Office.



(10) if the matter does not tolerate delay, and if it is necessary for the performance of the undertaking

resulting from the directly applicable European Union legislation, the authority may, within

the time of the approval of his or her organizational structure changes according to the law

the civil service on a provisional basis to do so, as would the proposed organizational

structure or its amendment was approved; This does not apply if the

There has been a termination of service.



PART TWO



THE AIR INDEX, THE ELIGIBILITY OF PRODUCTS, PARTS AND APPLIANCES TO

USE IN CIVIL AVIATION



TITLE I OF THE



AIR REGISTER



§ 4



Air Register



(1)



Aviation register of the United States

(hereinafter referred to as "the register") is the registration of the aircraft, with the exception of

Sports flying device, whose operator is a physical

a person with permanent residency or a legal person located in the United

Republic. Register is kept by the Office.



(2) the register is a publicly accessible list. Everyone is entitled to a

Register to inspect and request a copy of or extract from the authority

the registered information or confirmation that the information in the register is written

It is not. The register shall contain the following particulars of the aircraft:



and data on its owner),



1. name, surname, place and date of birth, in the case of a natural person,

or



2. the trade name or name and identification number, if assigned,

in the case of entrepreneurial natural person or a legal person,



(b) the data on its operators),



1. name, surname, place and date of birth, in the case of a natural person,

or



2. the trade name or name and identification number, if assigned,

in the case of entrepreneurial natural person or a legal person,



c) license




(d) the type and serial number) of the aircraft and other essential technical data

laid down by the implementing regulation,



e) establishment of a lien to the aircraft, air motors and bow thruster room,

spare parts for the aircraft, its parts and appliances, Certi-



f) aircraft carrier, if the address is assigned, the



(g) the date of registration and deletion) of the register.



(3) The register may be written only aircraft which is not

registered in the register of another State.



(4) the authority may, on application to assign the registration mark of the preliminary

before registration of the aircraft to the air register. The decision about the preliminary

allocation of a registration mark shall lapse on the expiry of 6 months from the

with legal force. Requirements laid down detailed legal

prescription.



(5) the entry into the register gets the aircraft nationality

Of the Czech Republic.



(6) the Office shall assign the aircraft when writing to register registration

mark and issue a certificate of registration of the aircraft. Certificate of registration of the aircraft

certifies the ownership of the aircraft.



§ 5



(1) an application for entry of the aircraft to the Register serves the owner

or aircraft operator.



(2) the requirements for an application for the registration of the aircraft to the air register and

the documents required to accompany the application, lays down the legal

prescription.



Section 5a



(1) an application for registration of the lien to the owner of the aircraft, the aircraft served

along with the mortgage lender.



(2) the requirements for an application for the registration of the lien in the register

and the documents required to accompany the application, lays down the legal

prescription.



(3) subject to the conditions established by this Act for the registration of

Lien in the register, the Office shall register and shall inform the

about the applicant and the pledgor.



(4) the contractual lien to the aircraft begins on the day of registration of the lien

the right to register according to the order of requests. The Contracting

Liens registered in the register before the effective date of this

the law, if you continue to insist, are considered liens arising

the date on which it was registered in the register.



(5) against a person who is in charge of the registration of the lien to the aircraft

to register, a person whose registration is concerned, argue that

registration is not true.



section 5b



(1) the contract of transfer of ownership of the aircraft shall have written

form. Transfer of title and Lien to the aircraft entered on the

register takes effect on the date of registration

the register.



(2) the transfer of ownership of the pledged aircraft needs the approval of

the pledgee.



(3) a lien creditor whose Lien is recorded in the air

the index, is the enforcement of decisions shall be entitled to claim priority

satisfaction from the sale of the aircraft before the other secured creditor, unless the

the creditor whose lien was registered in the register before

as well as the creditor who has a right of retention to the aircraft.



§ 6



(1) the operator of an aircraft registered in the register, the owner of the

the aircraft, the pledgee and the persons covered by the entry in the register

refers to are required to immediately report and document any changes

data being written to the register, and in the case of a legal

the person assigned the identification number of the person, if it is not contained in the

application for entry of the aircraft to the air register.



(2) cancellation of the registration of the aircraft from the register at the request of the authority performs

the operator or the owner of a registered aircraft or on its own

the initiative, if it finds that there has been a change or termination of the terms and conditions

laid down for the registration of the aircraft to the air register. If it is not

aircraft operator at the same time the owner of the aircraft, the cancellation of the registration

aircraft from the register only with the consent of the owner to perform

the aircraft. Unless the sale of the aircraft when the enforcement of a decision, the Office may

perform the deletion of aircraft from the register only in the case that with

deleting approved all the holders of the rights relating to the

the aircraft entered on the register. The Delist

the aircraft of the aircraft operator shall notify the authority, and if the operator is not

the aircraft at the same time the owner of the aircraft, even the owner.



§ 6a



Cancellation of the registration of the lien to aircraft registered in the register

does the Authority at the request of the pledgee or on its own initiative, on the

the basis of the document providing evidence of the demise of the lien. On completion of the

Delist lien Office shall inform the owner of the aircraft,

the pledgor unless at the same time the owner of the aircraft, and the pledgee.



§ 6b



(1) The creation of liens to air motors and bow thruster room, spare

parts for the aircraft, its parts and appliances by writing the following

rights to register, as well as their erasure from the air

the register shall be subject to the provisions of § 5a and 6a accordingly.



(2) the owner of the aircraft engines, and propellers, spare parts to the aircraft,

parts and appliances for which the lien is binding, registered in the

Register, must ensure that their



a) warehouse location separate from the other replacement parts,



(b)) measures a visible indication of the existence of the Lien with the

the name, business name or the name of the mortgage lender and

Register, in which the lien is registered.



TITLE II



APPROVAL OF THE PRODUCT, TO FLYING AIRCRAFT AND ELIGIBILITY

PARTS AND APPLIANCES AND AIRCRAFT GROUND EQUIPMENT



§ 7



Product type-approval



(1) the product-type on the basis of the application, the Office shall approve the manufacturer, importer or

other legal or natural person who proves a legal interest on the

approval of the product. Party to the proceedings for approval of a product is

only the applicant.



(2) the authority for the purposes of type-approval of product within

one month from the receipt of the request



and after the applicant's representation rules) specified for the type-approval of

the international agreement that is part of the legal order (hereinafter referred to as

"regulatory base"), on the basis of which the product type approval



b) deadline by which the product can be used for type-approval based on the specified

regulatory base.



(3) during the type-approval of the product, the Office may, by the applicant for

type-approval, require the submission of supporting documents required for approval

type.



(4) the authority shall approve the product-type on the basis of the results of the assessment and verification

the conformity of the product with the requirements laid down in the safety of the product

and the ecology of the aircraft operation basis shall be that base (the "assessment and

verification of conformity of the properties "), that an applicant for a type-approval shall be documented. The Office of the

in the approval of the product follows the established regulatory

the base. Assessment and attestation of conformity the applicant shall ensure that the properties on your

the load at the Office. The Office may review and verification of the conformity of the property

delegate to the legal entity.



(5) the Office shall issue a decision on the approval of the product within 3 years

from the commencement of the proceedings; in particularly complex cases within 5 years.



(6) the manufacturer is obliged to produce products according to the approved type or

recognized by the authority and to demonstrate conformity of the product with the approved or recognised by the

type.



(7) the manufacturer is obliged to watch it made in the operation of the product and the

the basis of the analysis of failures of the product issue measures to maintain or

continued airworthiness of the aircraft.



(8) the requirements for an application for approval of a type of product that is

the application should demonstrate how product approval

implementing regulation.



§ 8



Eligibility of aircraft



(1) on the eligibility of aircraft flying (hereinafter referred to as "airworthiness")

the Office decides, on the basis of the request



and) the manufacturer, importer, or other legal or natural person that

proves a legal interest in the case of newly manufactured aircraft,



(b)) of the operator, if it is about the aircraft already operated.

The approval authority shall issue a certificate of airworthiness, flight

eligibility.



(2) a condition of Airworthiness Approval Authority is a match of aircraft

the approved type and verify its airworthiness. Validation of the flight

the eligibility of the applicant provides at his own expense. Assessment and verification

the airworthiness Office may appoint a legal or natural person.



(3) of the implementing regulation lays down the conditions for the airworthiness of individual

types of aircraft in terms of their structure, technical parameters and

their use.



§ 9



The eligibility of the individual product manufactured



On the airworthiness approval individually manufactured product

the Office shall act on the basis of the request, the manufacturer, importer, or other legal

or natural person who proves a legal interest in approval. About

Airworthiness Approval Authority shall issue a certificate of airworthiness.

The Office shall issue a certificate of airworthiness requirements are met

laid down in the implementing regulation on product safety and ecology

the aircraft.



§ 10



The airworthiness



(1) an aircraft registered in the register shall be subject to the checks of the flight

eligibility, which provides cargo aircraft operator for

The Office. Airworthiness inspections, the authority may appoint a legal

person.




(2) where the Office finds, in checking that the aircraft does not meet the conditions of the flight

competence, shall withhold a certificate of airworthiness by the time removal

defects in the airworthiness.



(3) in the event of permanent incapacity of the flight of the aircraft shall decide

The Office of flight of the aircraft, and the certificate shall be withdrawn by the incapacity of the flight

eligibility.



(4) the scope and implementation of airworthiness checks in operation

down detailed prescription.



§ 11



The operation of foreign aircraft



The plane, which is registered in the register of another State whose

the operator is a natural person resident or a legal person

based in the Czech Republic, can be operated in the airspace

The United States, if it was approved by the type of aircraft and its flight capacity

another State and if it considers, on the basis of an international agreement that is

part of the legal order, or based on a directly applicable regulation

The European Union ^ 1 c), the certificate of approval of the type of aircraft and the certificate

airworthiness issued by another State Office.



§ 12



(1) within the Czech Republic airspace is forbidden to operate

the plane,



and that does not have a valid) certificate of airworthiness, or for which

recognised certificate of airworthiness has not been issued by another State;

valid authority,



(b)) for which a registration certificate has not been issued to register

or register another State



(c)) the technical and operational condition does not meet the safety

flying and environmental protection laid down in the implementing regulation.



(2) the operator of an aircraft is required to



and maintain the airworthiness of the aircraft),



(b)) to ensure the aircraft operated by it and delivery of planes to check the

airworthiness in accordance with the requirement laid down in the implementing rules,



(c)) to provide at the request of the manufacturers of the aircraft once per calendar year list

faults relating to the technical condition of the aircraft,



(d)) at all times have the operation of the aircraft taken out insurance

liability from the operation of aircraft and the paid insurance premiums,



e) keep records of the operation of the aircraft.



(3) the method of keeping records about the operation of the aircraft down detailed prescription.



§ 12a



(1) the authority shall collect and process all the flying safety

relevant information on the technical and operational status of aircraft (hereinafter referred to as

"the technical condition of aircraft") landing on the territory of the Czech Republic and

registered in the register of the State which is a Member State

Of the European Union.



(2) the information referred to in paragraph 1 shall mean in particular



and traffic records) of the aircraft,



(b)) of the messages pilots



(c)) acquired legal entity or natural person that is authorized to perform

maintenance and repair of products, parts and appliances under section 17,



d) obtained in investigating air accidents and incidents,



e) obtained from natural and legal persons, or from the administrative authorities,



(f)) to ban flight saved after checking the aircraft on the ramp

the airport in accordance with § 91a para. 6,



(g)), of the measures imposed by the operators of the aircraft, or received

the operator of the aircraft, leading to deficiencies of the technical

the State of the aircraft found during the inspections of the aircraft on the ramp

the airport in accordance with § 91a para. 6,



h) deficiencies of the technical condition of the aircraft,



I) on Exchange of information with the competent authority of the State in whose territory the

the operator of an aircraft registered office or place of business.



(3) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall not apply to State aircraft referred to in

the international treaty, which is part of the legal order ^) and 1i of the aircraft,

that does not serve commercial air transport, and whose maximum take off

weight of less than 5 700 kg.



(4) any person who has provided the information pursuant to paragraph 1 must at

the request transmitted to the authority. The authority shall set a reasonable time limit for the transmission of data.



(5) on the basis of the information referred to in paragraph 1, the authority will process without undue

delay message shall immediately transmit to the European Commission and, on request,

the competent authorities of the Member States of the European Union and the Agency. If

These data lead to the suspicion of a threat to the safety of flying, the authority shall

report promptly to the competent authorities of the Member States

and the European Commission.



(6) the Office's employees are obliged to maintain the confidentiality of the data

concerning the technical condition of the aircraft provided by the competent authorities of the

the Member States of the European Union. The obligation of professional secrecy shall

not apply to the mutual information between administrative authorities in the

ensuring the safety of flying.



(7) the report referred to in paragraph 5 lays down detailed legislation.



section 13 of the



(1) the assessment and attestation of conformity of the product characteristics, the assessment and

verification of airworthiness and the airworthiness review can

perform for the needs of the Office of the legal or natural person who is

This activity entrusted to the authority.



(2) the assessment and verification of the conformity of the product's characteristics, the assessment and

verification of airworthiness and an airworthiness with control

means work which is collected, verified, or proving properties

the aircraft or its components for the purposes of



and approval of the product)



(b)) the approval of the airplane or its individual components



c) airworthiness approval,



d) airworthiness review.



(3) the assessment and attestation of conformity of the properties of an air ground

devices in the development, design, manufacture, installation and operation for

the need of the Office to carry out the legal or natural person, who is this

the activities entrusted to the authority.



§ 14



(1) the authority may appoint a legal or natural person that



and) is technically and structurally equipped to assessment and attestation of conformity

properties or to the assessment and verification of airworthiness of products

or to check the airworthiness of products, or for the assessment and

verification of conformity of the properties of an air ground equipment in the development,

design, manufacture, installation and operation,



(b)) shall ensure that activities under (a)) were carried out by natural persons

professional competence, which have the obligation to maintain confidentiality of

classified facts and trade secrets.



(2) the authority responsible for checking to see whether legal or natural person shall observe the

the requirements under which it was granted. Failure to comply with the requirements of the

The authority shall suspend or withdraw any legal or natural person credentials.



§ 15



Test flying



(1) the prototype aircraft, airplane, for which has not yet issued a certificate

of airworthiness, or an aircraft that does not meet the conditions of the flight

eligibility as a result of changes in its use, or aircraft,

that lost its airworthiness, may be used to test

flying just on the basis of the consent of the authority.



(2) the authority shall grant consent to the test flying after verification of the conditions

laid down in the implementing regulation for test flying.



section 16 of the



Aircraft parts and equipment, and aviation ground equipment



(1) the parts and equipment, and aviation ground equipment intended

the implementing regulation may be used in civil aviation, only if

been approved or recognized capacity to use in civil

Aviation Authority. The costs associated with the issuance of a certificate of competence

parts and appliances and aircraft ground equipment shall be borne by

the applicant.



(2) the requirements for an application for approval of the eligibility of the parts and

equipment and air land equipment for use in civil aviation and

technical specifications of parts and appliances and air land

shall determine the implementing regulation.



§ 17



(1) the development, design, manufacturing, testing, installation, maintenance, repair,

modifications and design changes, of products, parts and appliances, and

aircraft ground equipment for an implementing regulation may

to perform a legal or natural person who holds to this activity

authorisation issued by the authority or Agency, or by another Member State in accordance with

directly applicable European Union legislation ^ 1 l) or recognised under

special legal regulation ^ 1i).



(2) the Office grants permission under paragraph 1 a legal or natural person,

that meets the following requirements:



and has technical equipment) for the development, design, manufacture, installation,

repair, testing or maintenance of products, parts and appliances, and

aircraft ground equipment,



(b)) shall ensure that the development, design, manufacture, installation, repair,

testing or maintenance of products, parts and appliances and air

ground installations are carried out by qualified individuals.



(3) the details of the application for granting permissions on the development, design,

manufacture, installation, repair, testing or maintenance of the products,

parts and appliances and aircraft ground equipment, conditions for the granting of

permissions and expert knowledge of the natural persons who carry out the development,

design, manufacture, repair, testing or maintenance of the products,

parts and equipment and ground-based air device, lays down the detailed

legal prescription.



TITLE III



MANAGEMENT OF AIRCRAFT ADDRESSES



§ 17a



(1) the Aircraft address is an electronic identification code, intended to

the international identification of aircraft, sports flying devices (section


81) and other devices laid down by an implementing Regulation (hereinafter referred to

"the coded device") for the needs of civil and military aviation.



(2) the Department of transportation shall exercise the management of aircraft addresses allocated

The Czech Republic international organization on the basis of international agreements,

that is part of the legal order of the ^ 1 h). The management of aircraft addresses

means the building plan the distribution of aircraft addresses (hereinafter referred to as

the "plan") and review the efficient use of allocated addresses as follows. Part of the

the plan concerning aircraft and coded device used for military

the purpose of the Ministry of transport shall draw up, in cooperation with the Ministry of

Defense. Part of the plan concerning aircraft operated by the police of the Czech

Republic (hereinafter referred to as "police aircraft") assembles the Ministry of transport

in cooperation with the Ministry of the Interior.



(3) the Department of transportation plan shall determine the quantity of aircraft addresses for

the needs of civil aircraft, military aircraft, police aircraft,

Customs aircraft, sports flying devices and encrypted devices.



section 17b



(1) the authority shall decide on the allocation of aircraft addresses on request



and) of the aircraft operator,



(b)) of the user device, or sport flying



(c) the operator of an encoded device.)



(2) the issue of a decision on the allocation of aircraft addresses is free

capacity of aircraft addresses according to the plan, the allocation of registration marks or

writing sports flying device in the register sports

flying devices under section 84b or demonstrate the effectiveness of the allocation of

aircraft addresses for the coded device.



(3) can only be assigned to one aircraft carrier, the address, and it always just for

one aircraft, sport flying equipment or coded device.



(4) for the purposes of military aviation allocates and withdraws the aircraft addresses

According to the plan, the Ministry of defence. The Department of defense shall immediately notify the

allocation or withdrawal of aircraft addresses under the first sentence of the Office. For

the allocation and withdrawal of aircraft addresses Department of Defense pays

Similarly, the provisions of § 17b and 17 c.



(5) for the purposes of the flying police aircraft allocates and withdraws the aircraft carrier

According to the Ministry of the Interior plan addresses. Ministry of the Interior shall notify the

allocation or withdrawal without delay the carrier addresses in the first sentence

The Office. For the allocation and withdrawal of aircraft addresses Ministry of Interior

shall apply mutatis mutandis the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 4 and § 17 c.



(6) the requirements for an application on the allocation of aircraft addresses and list of documents

which the application must be accompanied by, lays down the law.



§ 17 c



(1) the operator of an aircraft, the user and the device sports a flying

the operator must use an encoded aircraft address in

accordance with a decision on its allocation. The Office shall monitor the use of it

allocated aircraft address.



(2) the operator of an aircraft, the user and the device sports a flying

the encoded device operator are required to immediately in writing

report of the Office changing the facts on the basis of which the aircraft

address allocated.



(3) the authority shall withdraw the address of the carrier



and deletion of aircraft) in the air register



(b)) in the deletion from the register of sports flying device referred to in section 84b,

or



(c) if it is not already given) the effectiveness of the allocation of aircraft addresses for coded

device.



§ 17 d



(1) the Office shall keep a list of all aircraft addresses allocated under the plan.

This list of the Office shall be in writing and in electronic form.



(2) the authority shall make the information from the list of allocated aircraft address

The Ministry of transport, the person responsible for the provision of air traffic

Services (section 46) and the person in charge according to § 82 para. 1 keeping

Sports flying device.



(3) the Office shall provide details of the allocated aircraft address list person

that proves a legal interest.



(4) the details and how the allocated aircraft address list management

down detailed legislation.



PART THREE



AIR STAFF



TITLE I OF THE



GENERAL PROVISIONS ON AIR STAFF



section 18



(1) the natural persons who carry out activities to ensure the safe and

smooth air traffic, the air staff. Natural persons,

participating in a flight on board an aircraft and carrying out activities to

to ensure the safe conduct of the flight or activities related to the

keeping their qualifications or activities in order to control flight

or airworthiness, flight crew.



(2) Air personnel are



and the Executive pilots,)



(b)) staff,



(c) an air staff) land.



(3) the activities of aviation personnel may pursue persons who are

professionally and physically fit and that they have a valid licence to

the performance of the relevant activities. The activities of the cabin crew can

to perform the person about which it provides directly applicable regulation

the Union, with a licence for the performance of these activities is not issued.



(4) the Office shall keep a register of the air staff. This provision does not apply to

a cabin crew member.



§ 19



Aviation personnel licence



(1) issuing the licence and the certificate of eligibility issued by the

other State acknowledges the authority.



(2) the authority shall issue to the applicant a licence, that provide evidence of professional

competence to carry out the relevant activities of the air staff

examination and medical requirements.



(3) the authority shall withhold a licence and order validation specialist

competence or medical fitness examination of a member of the air

in the case of staff in the exercise of the activity to which it entitles the card

eligibility, has gaps that can compromise the security of

air traffic. According to the results of the verification of professional competence, or

medical fitness examination, the Office may work to which it is a member of the

aviation personnel entitled to restrict or prohibit. In the case of the prohibition

the activities of the Office of the licence be withdrawn.



(4) a member of the air staff, who is the holder of a licence,

shall engage in any activity to which the certificate of qualification entitles it, if

is aware of the disease or changes in health status, which limits the

or excludes the performance of this activity.



§ 19a



cancelled



section 20



The competence of the aviation personnel



(1) the test can be done by the applicant, which had the necessary qualifications.



(2) the applicant for enforcement of aviation personnel must

test complete the prescribed teaching and training. Part of a professional

the eligibility of the applicant for certification of a student

the operation is in accordance with the directly applicable European Union law

governing the granting of the licence and the terms and conditions of business

air traffic controller ^ 16) knowledge of the Czech language.



(3) details of the categorization of the members of the air staff, the necessary

qualifications, the range of expertise needed for each species

professional competence, the way and the extent of the implementation of the teaching and training, the way

testing, types of licences and the conditions for the possibility of

prolong the period of validity of licences shall lay down the implementing regulation.



section 21



cancelled



section 22



Medical fitness of aviation personnel



(1) the applicant for carrying out the activities of a member of the air staff or

the licence holder applying for a renewal of licence

must demonstrate that it is capable of.



(2) the medical report on the health ^) eligibility issues on the basis of

medical examinations under special legislation



and) specified by the provider of health services through doctor

authorized by the authority,



(b)) the provider of health services through the doctor in charge

By the authority.



(3) Posuzujícím doctor for the purposes of this Act, the doctor

authorized by the authority, unless this Act or successor of the implementing

legislation or regulation directly applicable in the European Union does not provide,

that is a posuzujícím doctor physician competence in the field of General

practical medicine. The costs associated with the assessment of health

eligibility and release the medical report referred to in paragraph 2 shall be borne by

the employer to the extent that they are not covered by the public

health insurance.



(4) the Authority specifies the providers of health services on the basis of its

a written request and upon proof of eligibility to reside

profession under a special law ^ 15) of its doctors, and in agreement with the

The Ministry of defence and the Ministry of health, and instructs the doctor

referred to in paragraph 3, based on his written request and on proof of

his ability to separate the profession under a special

^ law 15).



(5) the operator is obliged to ensure flight operations for employees

carrying out the activities of the occupational health service for aviation personnel

provider of these services ^ 1n), whose doctors have the knowledge of the air

medicine.



(6) if the examining physician member of the licence holder

aviation personnel any change in State of health, which has the

result in a change or loss of the medical fitness to hold a license

eligibility, health services provider is obliged to issue a new

opinion on the medical certificate and send it to the Office.




(7) the medical report on the health of the air staff must not

be earlier than three months from the date of its issue.



(8) the types of examinations, the details of the medical fitness of an air

details of staff, delegation of legal persons to assess the

knowledge of aviation medicine and the deadline for proof of knowledge of the air

medicine, lays down the detailed prescription.



TITLE II



RULES FOR THE SERVICE AND REST FOR THE CREW OF AIRCRAFT



§ 22a



(1) the Department of transportation shall lay down to ensure the safety of the civilian

the implementing regulation of air traffic rules to determine the

maximum time in service, time of flight, flight time, the minimum

the requirements on rest including rest periods when crossing multiple time

zones, divided by principles of service, principles for the use of reinforced and double

the crew and the rules for determining the flight crew members of aircraft backup

(hereinafter referred to as "flight safety standard").



(2) Domestic air carriers and operators of aerial works provides in

accordance with the flight safety standard way to specify the maximum amount of time in

service, flight times, flight times, minimal requirements for the rest

including rest periods when crossing multiple time zones, divided by principles

services, principles for the use of reinforced and double the crew and the rules for

determining the standby crew members (hereinafter referred to as "safety

the flight standard operator ").



(3) the approval of the security standards of the flight operator, including its

possible amendments, before it becomes effective shall be decided by the authority at the request of

domestic air carrier or operator of aerial works. Before

the approval of the operator shall verify the safety of the flight, the standards Office of internal

control system for domestic air carrier or operator of

aerial works to ensure its observance. In case of detection of

serious shortcomings in internal control system the Office shall refuse the application

domestic air carrier or aircraft operator's work on

approval of the security of the flight standards service.



(4) in the case of a refusal of the domestic air carrier of the

approval of the security of the flight standards Office operator initiates

withdrawal of the air operator's certificate. In the case of rejection of the application

air operators work on flight safety standards approval

the operator's Authority shall initiate procedures to withdraw the licence to operate

aerial works.



(5) the authority may approve, on the basis of a reasoned request of the domestic

an air carrier or operator of an exception of aerial works

the safety of the flight, the standards for individual years.



section 22b



Domestic air carrier or operator of an aircraft is required to



and ensure compliance with the limits laid down) in accordance with the safety

the flight standard,



(b)) for at least 15 months to keep records of the time of service, time

flight, flight time and its one time and

its truncation,



(c)) within 28 days from the time of the extension of the maximum flight duty time on the

more than 1 hour or shorter rest periods of more than 1 hour

submit to the Office a copy of the record of the facts on the grounds.



section 22 c



(1) a crew member of an aircraft is required to



and flight safety standard) to comply with the operator,



b) keep records of it done by the time of service, the flight duty time

flight and its one, and about the time of rest and its truncation,



(c)) to submit to the domestic air carrier or operator of a

aerial works the records referred to in subparagraph (b)) before each flight performance

service, if he pursues the activity of the Member of the crew for more air

carriers or operators of aerial works.



(2) a member of the crew of the aircraft shall not conduct flight service, if you

aware that the influence of his current state of health of fatigue or could

endanger the safety of flight operations.



(3) the Commander is obliged to submit after their flight to the domestic

an air carrier or operator of record of aerial works

the extension of flight duty time or shorten the rest periods.



TITLE III



MILITARY AVIATION STAFF



§ 22



cancelled



§ .22e



cancelled



§ 22f



cancelled



§ 22 g



cancelled



§ 22 h



cancelled



§§ 22i



cancelled



section 22j



cancelled



§ 22 k



cancelled



§ 22 l



cancelled



§ 22 m



cancelled



Article 23 of the



The provisions of this part of the Act also apply to the military, the air staff

with the exception of the provisions of the 22a, 22b and 22 c. In matters of military aviation

the scope of the staff of the authority shall be exercised by the Ministry of defence.



PART FOUR



AIRPORT AND AVIATION CONSTRUCTION



TITLE I OF THE



TYPES OF AIRPORTS



Types of airports



section 24



(1) shall be divided



Depending on the equipment), the operating conditions and the basic destination airport



1. the national airport, which are designed and equipped to carry out

domestic flights, in which the State is not exceeded the bounds of the United

Republic, and flights, in which the outer limit is not exceeded ^ 1n) (

"internal flights"),



2. international customs airports, which are designed and equipped to

the implementation of both national and internal flights and flights, when

where the outer limit is exceeded by other legislation ^ 1n).



(b)) according to the audience and the nature of the airport to the airport



1. civil airport, which are for the needs of civil aviation;

It is understood by a public airport, airports are within the limits

their technical and operational capacity, all aircraft and airport

private airports, which are based on the previous agreement

the operator or commander of an unlisted operator

Airport and within the limits of their technical and operational capacity of all

aircraft airplane airport users and laid down by the Office on the proposal of its

the operator,



2. the military airport, which are for the needs of the armed forces of the United

States and other legitimate users authorised by the Ministry of

Defense.



(2) on the use of military airport and civil aviation operation

It's the law.



§ 25



(1) the determination of the type of airport and its change of the Office decides, on the basis

application by the operator of an airport, after examining the technical and operational

the conditions laid down for the kind of airport. Decisions Of The Office

establishing designated as International Airport Airport, is the basis for

determination of the course of the customs frontier zone around the border of the customs

the airport, under a special prescription. ^ 2)



(2) when issuing the decision referred to in paragraph 1, which shall determine the airport

as the international airport, the Office is bound by the opinion of the Ministry of

the Home Office issued pursuant to special legal regulation ^ 1 m). If the Office receives

the opinion of the Ministry of the Interior about the non-compliance with safety conditions

International Airport under a special legal regulation ^ 1 m),

control to change the type of the airport.



(3) the technical and operational conditions for the individual types of airports and

for details about the contents of the request referred to in paragraph 1 shall lay down detailed

prescription.



(4) The public authorities shall ensure that the veterinary international airports

management of veterinary check at the border inspection post, if it

shall be approved by the competent authority of the European Union.



TITLE II



OPERATION OF AN AIRPORT



§ 25a



Register of airports



(1) the Office shall keep a register of airports, which exposes the manner allowing

remote access. The Office writes in the register of airports to the airport three days after

the decision, which was made for a kind of airport.



(2) in the register of airports shall be entered the following information about the airport:



Airport)



(b)) the aerodrome operator and the responsible representative has been appointed,



(c)) the type of airport,



d) airport land,



e) an indication of whether an airport land easement has been established,



(f) the date of registration and deletion) of the airport from the airport.



(3) the authority clears the airport from the airport, when his demise.



§ 25b



Obligations of the owner of the airport



(1) the owner of the airport is obliged to ensure the operation of the airport.



(2) if the owner is unable to ensure the operation of the airport, the airport is obliged to

offer of the airport to ensure the operation of the State. A written offer

the owner of the airport served in the Ministry of transport within 60 days from the date of

When the facts in the first sentence the learned, but not later than 60

days before the termination of the operation of the airport, if not at the same time by the operator

Airport.



(3) if required by the public interest, the Department of transportation shall ensure

operation of an airport on the basis of a written contract entered into with the owner

Airport after the time that the owner is not able to secure its airport

the operation on its own or through another provider.



Operation of an airport



section 26



(1) the operation of the airport means an activity, which ensures



and aircraft and) option to take-off of aircraft and the movement of the aircraft with the

related,



(b) the protection and care of the aircraft),



(c) implementation activities, aviation)



(d)), policy, security, rescue and fire fighting service at the airport



e) protection against acts of unlawful interference that jeopardise the security of civil

Aviation,



(f) the maintenance and development of the airport), in accordance with the conditions laid down for the operation of

Airport.



(2) the technical and operational conditions for the operation of an airport shall establish


implementing regulation.



section 27 of the



(1) Operate the airport may a legal person with a registered office or physical

a person with permanent residence in the Czech Republic on the basis of the authorization. Enable

to operate the Airport Authority can issue on the basis of a written application.



(2) the authorization may be issued, provided that



and) a natural person and a responsible representative, if appointed, was achieved

the age of 18 years are eligible to perform legal acts, are of high integrity and at least one

one of them is competent,



(b)) all natural persons who are the statutory body of the legal entity

of the person or members of the Board, have attained the age of 18 years, are

eligible legal capacity, good repute and at least one member of the statutory

the authority or responsible agent of an entity meets the condition of professional

eligibility.



(3) the authorisation to operate the Airport Authority shall give priority to the applicant that

proves that he is the owner of an absolute majority of the acreage of the airport

land. The original airport operator against the applicant in the first sentence

entitlement to the refund. The amount of the refund shall be fixed, in particular with regard to the amount and

the duration of the investment, reasonably incurred in connection with the airport.



section 28



Integrity



(1) the integrity is not the one who was convicted for

the offence of which the merits of related to the operation of the airport,

or the person who has been convicted for an offence committed

intentionally, if due to the nature of the operation of an airport and the person

the applicant for the permit issue is a concern that commits same or

a similar act in the operation of the airport, if it does not look like

would not be convicted.



(2) in order to determine whether a person in accordance with § 27 para. 2 (a). a) and b)

satisfies the condition of integrity, the Office will require by a special legal

code ^ 1 m) an extract from the criminal register. Extradition request listing

of convictions and an extract from the criminal register with

to be transmitted in electronic form, in a manner allowing remote

access.



section 29



the title launched



Competence is demonstrated by the evidence of the achievement of the middle or

higher vocational education or proof of completed higher

education acquired by studying the master's degree program in the field of

Economics, in the field of technical sciences and technologies or in the field of law

and the proof of at least five years professional experience in management activities in the field of

civil aviation.



section 30



Application for a permit to operate the airport



(1) an application for authorization to operate the airport must contain



a) trade name or name, registered office and legal form of legal entity and

its identification number, if assigned, or the name and permanent residence,

business name or the name and social security number of the natural person



(b) the owner of the airport) designation is not a future operator at the same time

the owner of the airport, in the manner referred to in subparagraph (a)).



(2) an application for authorization to operate the airport must be accompanied by the



a certified copy of the Treaty) or the establishment or establishment

legal persons with legal entities, registered in the commercial register

an excerpt from the commercial register,



b) proof competence,



(c)) document which certifies that the applicant is the owner of the airport or that the

It has a different legal relationship to the airport, and a document certifying the consent of

the owner of the airport with the operation of the airport, if the owner is not at the same time

the airport operator.



section 30a



Easement operation of an airport



(1) the Court, on the basis of a proposal by the airport that exists at the date of

December 31, 2009, shall decide on the easement for the operation

Airport to airport land on which the airport is situated, or

part of which exist on 31 December. December, 2009, for the purpose of operating

Airport. Easement operation of an airport is permitted only

then, if the public interest prevails on his establishment over the preservation of the

the existing rights of the owner of the airport land and unable to

the operators of the airport right to the airport land to obtain agreement.



(2) the easement owner belongs to the operation of an airport

the land on which it was established an easement, by the operator

a replacement airport. Compensation for the operation of an airport easement

Court determines as annual payments in the amount corresponding to the normal locally

rent for the land on which the easement is hereby set up. The compensation is

due no later than 31 December 2006. December of the calendar year,

If it is not in the decision establishing the easement provides otherwise.

The owner of the land to which an easement has been established, and the operator

the airport can be arranged in writing a different amount of annual performance and its

an earlier due date. The Court, at the request of the operator of an airport or the owner of the

the land on which it was established an easement, shall decide to amend the amount of the

refunds, if changed substantially the circumstances in which the level of

compensation is determined or agreed.



(3) the Court shall decide on cancellation of the easement



and on a proposal from the airport),



(b)) if the airport is operated for one year,



(c)) lapses if the airport.



(4) the easement further lapses, if the operator has failed to pay the airport

refund within 90 days of the due date of the annual performance.



(5) it is sufficient to fulfill the purpose of easement to set up general ledger

the burden to the airport land, the Court shall decide on the establishment of a substantive

the burden only to this part of the plot, which is determined on the basis

geometric plan made out on the cost of the airport. It

does not apply, if this procedure would have to write-down of the property, which

is not loaded with the material burden.



section 31



(1) the operator of an airport shall



and the date of commencement of operations) of the Airport Authority, to prove that it meets the conditions

laid down for the operation of the airport,



(b)) to operate the airport according to the valid authorisation for the operation of the airport,



c) within a period of six months prior to the termination of the operation of the airport

notify the Office of the intention to terminate the operation of the airport and at the same time

notify the owner of the airport, if the operator is not at the same time the owner of the

Airport. In the case of the operator of public international airport,

such period shall be twelve months.



(2) the operator of an airport is entitled to issue commands to the operators

the flight operations, passengers and other persons participating in the operation

Airport and air traffic to ensure safe operation of the airport and

to coordinate the activities at the airport.



§ 32



(1) the authority shall, on the written request of the operator of an airport or airline

carriers, taking in the preceding calendar year more than

half of the take-off or landing at the airport, or on its own

the complaint specifies a directly applicable under the conditions laid down in regulation

The European Union ^ 2a) operated by the airport as scheduled

operation or coordinated airport. In the case of application of the European

the Commission in accordance with regulation directly applicable European Union ^ 2a)

The Office adequately. Request the operator of an airport or

air carriers under the first sentence lays down detailed legislation.



(2) for the coordinated airport shall entrust the Authority, under the conditions laid down directly

the applicable law of the European Union ^ 2a), free

slots, the air carriers and the supervision of their use

a natural person with permanent residency in the Czech Republic or a legal

a person with a registered office in the Czech Republic (hereinafter referred to as "Coordinator"). Coordinator

ensure that within 3 months of their credentials, and under the conditions laid down

directly applicable European Union law ^ 2a) the provisions of the coordinating

the Committee as an advisory body to the Coordinator.



(3) the Coordinator shall allocate the slots on the basis of a written

application in accordance with the directly applicable European Union law ^ 2a).

Particulars of the application lays down detailed legislation.



(4) the Coordinator is required to be no later than at the beginning of the performance of their

the activities of the insured in case of liability for damage caused by performance

This activity.



(5) For schedules facilitated airport shall entrust the Authority, under the conditions

laid down by the directly applicable European Union law ^ 2a),

evaluation of the schedules of air carriers and the issue with the

the related recommendation of the natural person resident in the United

Republic or a legal person with a registered office in the Czech Republic.



§ 33



(1) does not comply with the operating state of the airport or its parts safe

the operation of the airport, the authority may decide on the temporary interruption

the operation of the airport or its parts.



(2) the decision may apply only to certain types of aircraft or on

certain types of flights.



§ 34



Permit to operate the airport expires



and the Office's decision on the abolition of) authorization if the airport operator

no longer, fulfil the conditions for the issue of permits, seriously violated the

the provisions of this Act or made a proposal for the abolition of the authorisation to

the operation of the airport,



(b)) the expiry of the period for which authorization was granted;



(c) the date of termination of a legal person) or to the expiration of 30 days after the death of the physical

the person who is the holder of the authorisation,



(d)) the date of the decision on the permit to operate issued by the airport


that the applicant has demonstrated that it is the owner by an absolute majority of acreage

the airport land.



Operational capacity of the airport



§ 34a



(1) the public international airport may be operated only if it is approved by the

its operational capacity.



(2) the operational competence of the Public Authority approves international airport

at the request of the aerodrome operator. Annex a copy of the application is

the airport operator drawn up airport guide that contains

technical and operational details of the operators of the airport and it has operated

the airport.



(3) the operator shall keep records in the Airport Airport Guide changes

the data therein. The airport operator shall notify the Authority changes

listed in Airport Guide no later than within 5 working days from the date of

When those changes occurred; the notification shall be accompanied by a copy of the record of changes in

Airport Guide.



(4) the details of the airport's Guide lays down detailed legislation.



§ 34b



(1) when approving the operational capacity of the Airport Authority to determine whether

all facilities, equipment, operational procedures and management system

the safety of operations at the airport, as well as the air services provided by the

This airport, quoted in airport guide, are in accordance with the air

regulations. The Office also checks whether the airport operator and airport

staff, bringing in a facilitator's Guide, meet the requirements of professional

eligibility for airport operations and maintenance provided for air

regulations.



(2) the Office shall issue a decision on the approval of the operational capacity of the airport without

undue delay, but not later than 1 year after the initiation of the proceeding.



§ 34 c



(1) if the Office finds that the public international airport does not meet during the

traffic conditions for the approval of the operational capacity, saves

the operators of the airport, in order to remedy the deficiencies found, and

set a reasonable term to do, which may not be longer than 6 months.



(2) if the airport operator in due time its

deficiencies, the Office shall revoke the approval of the operational capacity of the airport.

The appeal against the decision to revoke the approval of operational capacity

the airport does not have suspensory effect.



§ 34 d



Operational competence can be approved even for public domestic airport.

The provisions of § 34a para. 2 to 4, § 34b and 34 c shall apply mutatis mutandis.



TITLE III



AREAS INTENDED FOR TAKEOFFS AND LANDING, AND AVIATION CONSTRUCTION



§ 35



Areas intended for takeoffs and landing



(1) the stage in the Territorial planning documentation or in the

territorial land use decisions, ^ 3), intended for takeoffs and landing

aircraft and related activities can be used for takeoffs and

landing only under conditions laid down by the implementing regulation.



(2) the following training and landing of defined types of aircraft for the defined

aviation activities can be applied to any area, if they provide

a safe take-off or landing.



(3) the characteristics of the areas, the definition of the types of aircraft and the flight operations,

which can be used for takeoffs and landing, any area, provides

implementing regulation.



section 36



Aviation construction



(1) Air building is



and to track and following) the landing of aircraft without regard to its construction

technical implementation,



(b)) and areas intended for aircraft movements and standing related to the

their take-off and landing without regard to their structural and technical

the implementation and



(c) to ensure) the building of air traffic.



(2) the Buildings used to ensure air traffic outside space

airport means a buildings for the radar, radionavigation,

telecommunications and radio services, meteorological and air

aeronautical information service for search and rescue, and daily,

light and radio signals.



(3) special construction Office ^ 4) construction is the authority.



(4) the Office shall, as a special construction Office, will issue the final score from

the building Act on the basis of an assessment of the operational capacity of air

construction in terms of air safety.



TITLE IV



PROTECTIVE ZONE



the title launched



§ 37



Protective zone



(1) buildings shall be set up around the air protection. The protection zone

the authority shall establish measures of a general nature according to the code of administrative procedure, after consulting the

Office of land use planning. Measures of a general nature referred to in the second sentence

The authority shall set the parameters of the protection zone and the various measures for the protection of

Air structures.



(2) the protection of aeronautical structures are divided into protection



a) airports and



(b) air ground installations).



(3) the protection of airports is divided into protection



and the banning of buildings)



(b)) with height restrictions of buildings,



(c)) to protect against dangerous and misleading lights,



(d)) with the prohibition of laser devices,



(e)) with a limitation of buildings the air high voltage power lines and very high

voltage,



f) noise ^ 4a) and



g) ornithological.



(4) the protection of aviation security equipment is divided into

protective zone



and radio navigational aid equipment and)



(b) equipment and lighting)



c) underground air structures.



§ 38



cancelled



§ 39



cancelled



section 40



In the protection of aeronautical structures can be set up and

activities only with the consent of the authority. The authority shall grant approval if the device will not be

or activity to defend aviation operations or endanger its safety and

won't work if the object requiring protection against noise.



§ 41



(1) the location of the buildings and equipment outside the protective zone is required the consent of the

The Office and the Ministry of defence, in the case of



and building or equipment) high 75 m or more above the ground,



(b) a building or equipment) high 30 m and more on natural or artificial

vyvýšeninách, which protrude 75 m above the surrounding landscape,



c) devices that may endanger the safety of the air traffic or disturb the

the function of air aircraft instruments and aviation security

equipment, especially equipment industrial plants, high voltage power lines

and a very high voltage, power equipment, wind turbines and

the broadcasting station.



(2) the transmission system operator 110 kV cables and devices, and more

(hereinafter referred to as "leadership") shall, at the request of the person in the context of

the subject of your business or activity produces Cartographic

the representation of the transmission system operator management, communicate in an appropriate form to the current

the geographical coordinates of the location of the electrical conduction and structure drawing

route the wiring between them.



§ 42



The airport operator or other aviation structures is entitled to even out

a protection zone, after the previous owner, having been informed

access to a foreign land in order to ensure the operation of the airports and the

other air structures, where appropriate, the removal of barriers that restrict

operation of an airport or aircraft structures. It is to take care of

to the use of land and buildings standing on them as possible, and

to the entry and activities of the avoidance of damage, which is meant to prevent.

The exercise of these privileges must be limited to the period required and the necessary

of peace. Property owner is obliged to suffer the constraints of proprietary rights

to their property in the performance of these permissions. This provision does not

without prejudice to the right to compensation under the civil code.



TITLE V OF THE



OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS TO REDUCE NOISE AT THE AIRPORT



section 42a



Operational restrictions to reduce noise at the airport means the measures

restricting access subsonic jet aircraft

take-off weight of 34 tonnes and above or with the total number of seats for

more than 19 passengers at the airport or the restriction of their use on the

the airport.



section 42b



(1) where, in the long term exceeded the health levels laid down

special legislation ^ 4a), the Department of transportation shall issue a decision on the

the introduction of operating restrictions to reduce noise at the airport ensure in

preceding calendar year, more than 50 000 take-offs and landings

subsonic jet aircraft a year.



(2) the basis for the decision referred to in paragraph 1 is the report on noise

the situation at the airport or opinion according to a special legal

^ Regulation 4b). A report on the noise situation at the airport processes for every 2

calendar years the airport operator and send it to the Ministry of transport to

30 June of the year following the end of the second calendar year,

the report about the noise situation at the airport concerned.



(3) the Department of transportation when the decision takes into account the



and the benefit of operating restrictions) to reduce noise at the airport and in its

protection zones pursuant to § 37, and under special legislation ^ 4 c),



b) projected cost for the introduction of operating restrictions to reduce the

noise at airports and their effect on the operation of the airport.



(4) the decision must be published for a period of 15 days from the date of final

the decision on the notice board of the Ministry of transport and without undue

delay also in the aeronautical information manual, but no later than 2 months

before the Conference of the International Air Transport Association

the schedules.



(5) it is necessary to prevent the crossing of hygienic limits laid down by

paragraph 1, the Ministry of transport of the decision to restrict the operation of aircraft

determined according to the legislation of the European Union ^ 4 d) (hereinafter referred to as "the designated


the aircraft ") at the airport, to a complete ban on their use. In doing so,

The Ministry of transport will take into account the nature of the operation of the aircraft, if the

of an exceptional nature, or in the case of flights for the purpose of rebuilding, repair

or maintenance of the aircraft.



(6) the decisions referred to in paragraph 5, the Department of transportation will limit the number of

takeoffs and landings at the airport, the aircraft designated for a period of 6 months after the

the decision, so that the number of takeoffs and landings intended

aircraft at that airport was not higher than in the same period of the previous

of the calendar year. Soon as possible after the expiry of 12 months after the final

decision pursuant to paragraph 5 of the Ministry of transport in it limits the number of

takeoffs and landings at the airport, the aircraft designated but not more than 20 per year

percent of the total number of take-offs and landings each operator for

the previous calendar year. If the beginning of the operational restrictions to

in the course of a calendar year, the Ministry of transport will limit the number of take-offs and

the intended landing of aircraft in this calendar year in proportion to the amount of the

referred to the maximum extent.



(7) the decision referred to in paragraph 1 shall send to the Department of transportation after the acquisition of the

legal force without undue delay, the European Commission and the other Member

States of the European Union.



(8) the details of the report on noise situation at the airport lays down detailed

legal prescription.



section 42 c



cancelled



TITLE VI OF THE



THE PRICE FOR THE USE OF AIRPORT



section 42d



(1) the provisions of this title shall apply to the negotiation of the prices for the use of

the airport, which handle



a) more than 5 million passengers in the calendar year, or



(b)) the most passengers in the calendar year, does not meet any of the airport

the condition referred to in subparagraph (a)).



(2) the Department of transportation shall be published each year in a manner allowing

the remote access list of airports to which the provisions of this

head.



§ 42e



The airport operator must not in negotiating a price for the use of airport

air carrier discriminate. This does not prevent the resolution of the prices for the use of

the airport on grounds of public interest, in particular with regard to the operational

Airport safety, protect the environment or human health, and

on the basis of the essential, accurate and objectively measurable criteria,

related to the operation of the airport.



§ 42f



The airport operator shall invite each year a manner allowing remote

access of air carriers, who are taking operated airport, in order to

to participate in the discussion of the design of the prices for the use of airport

(hereinafter referred to as "the airport price list"); to do this, they shall fix a reasonable time limit which

shall be not less than 60 days. Air carriers who subscribe to

the challenge of the aerodrome operator, within the period for him in the first sentence shall communicate the information

implied, at least for the next 2 years period in the annual breakdown in

range:



and the number of trips), including connecting passengers and

the estimated number of takeoffs and landings at the airport,



(b) composition and utilization) fleet and



(c) activities and requirements) facilities of the airport, which have been included into

the airport price list.



§ 42 g



(1) the operator of an airport shall discuss the airport price list each year with air

carriers, who have signed up for the challenge and they told him the required

details. This does not apply if agreed by the airport operator with air

the carrier frequency of the discussion otherwise.



(2) for the purpose of discussing the airport operator shall notify the airport price list

The Ministry of transport and carriers have signed up for it

the published data on the extent of the challenge:



and the airport price list) folder and the method of their determination,



(b) the activities and facilities of the airport), which are included into the airport

price list,



c) resources from public budgets provided to activities or facilities

the airport, which were included into the airport price list in the preceding

the calendar year,



(d) the amount of the cost of the actions) and the facilities of the airport, which have been included in the

the airport price list in the previous calendar year,



(e) the amount of the proceeds) associated with the payment of the price for the use of the airport in

preceding calendar year,



(f)) the number of handled passengers and the number of takeoffs and landings at the airport in

preceding calendar year,



(g) the use of facilities of the airport), which was included in the airport

price list in the previous calendar year,



h) the number of handled passengers and the number of takeoffs and landings at the airport

expected at least for the period of the next two years in the annual breakdown,



I) cost of the activities and amenities that are included in the

the airport price list, estimated at least for the period following 2

years in the annual breakdown,



j) amount of the proceeds relating to the payment of the price for the use of the airport,

estimated at least for the period of the next two years in an annual breakdown.



(3) the operator of an airport shall communicate the information required at least 4 months before the

the date on which the airport price list is used. This time-limit may

the airport operator to shorten, if so required by serious and justified

the circumstances.



(4) the information provided by the airport and air carriers for the

the purpose of the consultation the airport price list could not be communicated to third parties without

the consent of the person who is provided; This provision is without prejudice to the obligation to

to communicate to the competent authorities under this or a special Act.



(5) an air carrier may communicate its reasoned comments to airport

price list within a reasonable time limit set by the airport operator. The operator

the airport will discuss these comments with progresses so that the

reached, if with regard to the use of the airport possible.



(6) the operator of an airport the airport price list after his discussion with the air

carriers shall publish. Airport price list can be used for the purposes of negotiating a price for

the use of the airport use the first 2 months of the date of its publication.

It was not about an airport price list achieved between the airport operator and

the conformity of air carriers, the airport operator shall publish specific

the reasons which led it to reject the comments of air carriers.



§ 42 h



The airport operator will prompt manner allowing remote access air

the carrier who operated the airport used to sign in to

participation in the discussion of the intent of the development of the airport, whose estimated

the costs are higher than 15% of the annual turnover of the airport operator

preceding calendar year. To do this, they shall fix a reasonable time limit,

which shall not be shorter than 60 days. The airport operator shall consult with the

the air carriers have signed up for the challenge, the intent of the development

Airport no later than before the start of the implementation of such a plan.



§ 42i



(1) the Department of transportation shall decide, at the request of the air carrier, whether

published by the airport price list, its ingredients and the method of their determination are not

contrary to § 42e. The application can be submitted no later than 15 days from the date on which the

Airport price list published by the airport operator.



(2) the application must contain information about what is considered to be a contradiction

the airport price list published, its components, or the way they are

determination of § 42e, and indications of evidence needed to demonstrate this

conflict. If the application does not contain the specified information, Ministry of transport

shall invite the applicant to make, within 3 days from the date of receipt of the request the request

He said. If the applicant does not complete within this time limit your request, the Department of

It fails and the management of traffic stops.



(3) the parties are the applicant and the airport operator.



(4) if the Department of transportation, that published the airport price list

its ingredients or the method of their determination is contrary to § 42e, cannot be

This airport price list to use, while airport operator the adjusted

Airport price list without undue delay shall discuss again.



(5) against the decision referred to in paragraph 4 may not be decompiled.



(6) each year, the Department of transportation publishes a manner allowing

remote access a summary report for the previous calendar year

the results of supervision of fulfilling the obligations of the operator and airport

air carrier and proceedings initiated under this title.



TITLE VII



§ 43



The provisions of section 26 and sections 35 to 42 shall also apply to the military airport,

military aviation structures and their protection. The scope of the Office in the

matters of military airfields, military aircraft structures and their

protection zones shall be exercised by the Ministry of defence.



PART FIVE



THE USE OF AIRSPACE OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC AND AIR SERVICES



TITLE I OF THE



THE USE OF AIRSPACE OF THE CZECH REPUBLIC



§ 44



(1) the airspace of the Czech Republic is accessible to flying under the conditions

laid down in this Act, international treaty binding on the Czech

Republic, and in compliance with the rules of the air, which stipulate

procedures for flying in the airspace. Rules of the air provides

implementing regulation.



(2) for the purpose of the safe and efficient provision of flights

air services authority measures of a general nature according to the code of administrative procedure

on the Division of the airspace of the Czech Republic, in agreement with the

The Ministry of defence, and after consultation with the person responsible for the performance of the State

Administration in matters of sports flying device.



(3) measures of a general nature issued pursuant to the administrative code may


the necessary period or permanently restrict or prohibit the use of airspace

the area of the Czech Republic to flying over certain areas, because of the

Defense of the State, for security reasons, or for reasons of the protection of the

^ 5) environment and people's health. The Office shall issue to the measures of a general nature within the meaning of the sentence

the first, in agreement with the Ministry of defence, and after consultation with the person

responsible for the performance of State administration in matters of sports flying

device.



(4) if flying in the airspace of the Czech Republic immediately and

seriously endangered or if required by especially significant public interest, and

If it cannot be for the risk of default to do otherwise, the authority measures

of a general nature according to the code of administrative procedure restricts or prohibits the use of air

area of the United States or its parts to flying for an absolutely

necessary.



(5) Temporarily to reserve part of the airspace of the Czech Republic to flying

single user or category of users can



and) civil-military site for airspace management

framework of the provision of air navigation services, set up by the person who

the provision of air navigation services based on the decision of the Office of

the determination of the conditions for the issue of a certificate by the directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union ^ 5b) and the Ministry of Defense, if the period does not exceed the

reservation 24 hours during three consecutive days from the date of

reservation,



b) civil-military site for the airspace under the

(a)) in the areas designated in accordance with paragraph 2.



(6) the measures of a general nature issued pursuant to the administrative code may

to temporarily allocate a part of the airspace of the Czech Republic to flying

single user or category of users based on user request

airspace, if the period exceeds 24 hours during three

consecutive days from the day of reservation and if this is not the area referred to in

paragraph 5 (b). (b)). The Office shall issue the measures of a general nature in the first sentence

in the agreement with the Ministry of defence, and after consultation with the person responsible for

the performance of State administration in matters of sports flying device.



(7) the Characteristic parts of the airspace of the Czech Republic, in which

flying may be restricted or prohibited, the conditions for the restriction or prohibition,

conditions for reserving parts of the airspace of the United States and other

particulars of the application referred to in paragraph 6, lays down the law.



§ 44a



(1) a draft of the measures of a general nature, the authority, after consultation with the institutions concerned

referred to in section 44 para. 2, 3 and 6 and the person responsible for the provision of

air traffic services will deliver a public decree, which be posted on

its official Board.



(2) providers of air services and organisations in the Czech

Republic airspace users, or determine if the Authority, other

persons whose legitimate interests may be measures of a general nature directly

affected may lodge against the measures of a general nature according to § 44

paragraph. 2, 3 and 6 of the written reasoned objections.



(3) the measures of a general nature according to § 44 para. 2, 3 and 6, the Office shall notify the

a public decree, which be posted on their official Board and after the acquisition of the

effectiveness shall publish in the aeronautical information manual.



section 44b



(1) a draft of the measures of a general nature according to § 44 para. 4 shall not be made public and

comments or objections do not serve him.



(2) a draft of the measures of a general nature according to § 44 para. 4 on the grounds the Office

shall send the Ministry of defence, the person responsible for the performance of State administration in

matters of sports flying devices and the person entrusted with the

air traffic services to represent and sets them to a reasonable

the time limit. The Office is obliged to deal with as the basis for the expression of

measures of a general nature and deal with it in its statement of reasons.

Unless the authorities referred to in the first sentence, within the prescribed period,

apply it with a draft of the measures of a general nature agrees.



(3) the measures of a general nature according to § 44 para. 4 the authority shall notify the public

the Decree, which be posted on their official Board. Measures of a general nature

shall take effect on the date of posting of a public decree.



§ 44 c



If the use of the airspace of the Czech Republic to flying over certain

permanently or temporarily unsafe areas, without the use of air

the space above these areas was prohibited or restricted, the authority shall publish

This fact in the aeronautical information manual, or other appropriate

way.



TITLE II



AIR SERVICES



Part 1



§ 45



Air services



(1) the safety and continuity of flying in the airspace of the Czech Republic

shall be ensured by means of air services.



(2) air services are



and) air traffic services including airport,



(b) the telecommunications service) air



c) air weather service,



d) air search and rescue service,



e) aeronautical information service,



f) service when the pre-flight and flight monitoring



g) service when you check-in process at the airport,



(h) creation of air service) procedures.



(3) when use of airspace is each obliged to follow the instructions

those providing air traffic services including airport.



(4) the characteristics of individual types of air services and activities,

which ensures their provision, lays down the detailed prescription.



Part 2



Air traffic services



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§ 46



(1) air traffic services for civilian flying can provide legal

a person domiciled in the Czech Republic, which entrusts the authority. Airport service

may be responsible for (i) a natural person resident in the Czech Republic.



(2) the authority may authorize the provision of air traffic services

legal or natural person referred to in paragraph 1, which



and has technical equipment needed) to provide air traffic

services,



(b)) shall ensure the provision of air traffic services by

professionally and physically qualified ground aviation personnel,



(c)) has taken out liability insurance and paid the premiums.



§ 47



(1) the authorized person is required in the provision of air traffic

services comply with the rules and procedures for the provision of air traffic

services.



(2) the technical equipment needed for the provision of air traffic

services, rules and procedures for the provision thereof lays down detailed

prescription.



§ 48



The authority may withdraw the credentials granted, if a person



and) does not provide air traffic services through the established

technical equipment and professionally qualified ground-air

staff,



(b)) does not comply with obligations laid down in the rules and procedures for the provision of

air traffic services



(c)) of the withdrawal requested credentials.



Part 3



Airline telecommunications services, air weather service, the air

information services, service in the pre-flight and flight monitoring

air force search and rescue service and the service of making flight procedures



§ 49



(1) Air telecommunications service, air weather service

aeronautical information service, service in the pre-flight and

flight monitoring and flight procedures, making the service can provide

legal or natural person with the prior consent of the authority. The Office grants

consent, provided that the legal or natural person proves that it has

the technical equipment needed for the provision of these services.



(2) Air search and rescue service provides the Ministry of transport

in cooperation with the Ministry of defence and the Ministry of the Interior.

For details on mutual cooperation in the provision of air services

Search and rescue the agreement concluded between the Ministry of transport,

The Ministry of defence and the Ministry of the Interior.



Part 4



Air navigation services



§ 49a



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(1) air navigation services by directly applicable regulation

Union governing the creation of the single European sky and its

the functioning of the ^ 17) can provide a legal person who is the holder of

certificates issued in accordance with regulation directly applicable in the European Union

relating to the provision of air navigation services in the single

European sky ^ 18), unless otherwise provided by this regulation directly applicable otherwise.

Air traffic services and meteorological services by directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union relating to the creation of the single European

the sky and its functioning ^ 17) can provide a legal person by the phrase

the first, which was intended to provide these services to the Office. On

provision of air navigation services under the directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union relating to the creation of the single European

the sky and its functioning ^ 17) the provisions of §§ 46 to 49 apply.



(2) the Office of destination to the provision of air traffic services, or

meteorological services by directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the provision of air navigation services in the single

European sky ^ 18) revoked where the designated person



and) lost certificate issued pursuant to the regulation directly applicable European

the Union relating to the provision of air navigation services in the single

European sky ^ 18),



(b) does not comply with the rules for the provision of) air traffic services or


meteorological services provided for in this Act, international treaty

that is part of the legal order, or a directly applicable regulation

The European Union regulating the provision of air navigation services in

the single European sky ^ 18), or



(c) the revocation requested).



(3) the person providing air navigation services shall make available to the operational

the information, if provided for by a directly applicable regulation the European Union ^ 5 c),

The Ministry of transport and the Office.



(4) the air traffic service or meteorological services is entitled to

provide also a legal person



and) was established authority of another Member State for the provision of air

traffic service or meteorological services by directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union relating to the provision of air navigation

services in the single European sky ^ 18) and



b) is a party to a contract concluded by the directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union relating to the provision of air navigation

services in the single European sky ^ 18) (hereinafter referred to as the "agreement on the use of

services ") with a person specified by the authority to provide air traffic

service or meteorological services.



(5) the use of the services must be approved by the authority, otherwise it is

ineffective. Request for approval of the use of the services of the served

the Contracting Party that is specified by the authority for the provision of air

traffic service or meteorological services. The proceedings for

approval of the use of the services are Contracting Parties only.



(6) the authority may approve the contract on the use of the services if it is to be in writing,

If the designation of the parties, the subject matter and purpose of the Treaty and

If there is no compliance to endangering the safety of air traffic.



(7) the use of services concluded between the air

traffic service or meteorological services can only be changed

by agreement of the parties, to which the provisions of paragraphs 5 and 6 shall apply

by analogy.



(8) provide air traffic service or meteorological

services on the basis of the contract on the use of the services shall lapse on the date when the person

providing these services ceased to comply with the condition referred to in paragraph 4

(a). and permissions Office.) provide air traffic services or

meteorological services on the basis of the Treaty on the usage of the services cancelled

If the person providing those services



and no longer meets the conditions) in accordance with paragraph 4 (b). (b)), or



(b) does not comply with the rules for the provision of) air traffic services or

meteorological services provided for in this Act, international treaty

that is part of the legal order, or a directly applicable regulation

The European Union governing the creation of the single European sky and its

the functioning of the ^ 17).



(9) the authority shall submit to the European Commission in the field of the provision of air

navigation services annual reports directly to the applicable prescription

The European Union ^ 5e). To this end, the Office is entitled to request information

from persons providing air navigation services.



§ 49aa



Denying the provision of air navigation services



(1) a person providing air navigation services may deny their

the provision of a recipient that is demonstrably against it in default of

payment of the price for previously provided by air navigation services, if the



and the aggregate amount of its unpaid) debts of at least 100 000

EUR and



(b) the time delay) at least 3 months.



(2) the provision of air navigation services do not deny, if you would

This compromise safety or fluidity of air traffic, in particular with regard to

a plane operated by the recipient of such services in flight.



(3) unless it is otherwise with the recipient, the person providing the flight begins

navigation services shall promptly provide them after the recipient

to pay any accrued receivables related to the previously provided

air navigation services.



(4) the person providing air navigation services shall promptly notify the

denial of service



and the Office)



(b) the operators of the airport), on which these services denied,



c) air safety organization EUROCONTROL.



Part 5



Service when handling the public airport



§ 49b



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(1) service when you check-in process at a public airport ^ 5f) (hereinafter referred to as

"Terminal Services"), you may need to provide for a foreign legal person,

natural person, including the air carrier and aerodrome operator; only

an air carrier may provide those services for their own use.



(2) check-in service can be provided on the basis of the consent granted

By the authority.



§ 49 c



Requirements for consent



(1) the authority shall grant consent to the provision of ground handling services on the basis of

written request, if the applicant can prove that the



and) is a natural person with permanent residency in the Czech Republic, or

a legal person with a registered office in the Czech Republic



(b)) a natural person and a responsible representative, if appointed, was achieved

18 years of age, are eligible for full legal capacity, high integrity and professionally

eligible, when the applicant is a natural person,



c) statutory authority or the Member of the Board have reached the age of 18 years,

are fully competent to perform legal acts, are upstanding and at least one

Member of the Board is competent, the applicant

legal person,



(d)) has the technical equipment to provide ground-handling services,



e) has taken out liability insurance from the provision of

check-in services and the paid insurance premiums,



(f)) has financial security to provide ground-handling services.



(2) the details of the written request to grant consent, the details of the

How to establish financial security check-in services, and

the requisites to grant consent decision lays down detailed legal

prescription.



§ 49d



Integrity



(1) for integrity according to § 49 c shall be considered as the one who was lawfully

convicted of a crime, the facts of which are related to

by providing ground-handling services, or the person who has been convicted

for another criminal offence committed intentionally, if due to the nature of the

provision of ground-handling services and the person of the applicant for approval

by providing ground-handling services is the fear that commits same or

similar acts when providing ground-handling services, if it

It does not look as if he has been convicted.



(2) in order to determine whether the person pursuant to § 49 c of paragraph 1. 1 (b). (b)), and (c))

satisfies the condition of integrity, the Office will require by a special legal

code ^ 1 m) an extract from the criminal register. Extradition request listing

of convictions and an extract from the criminal register with

to be transmitted in electronic form, in a manner allowing remote

access.



section 49e



the title launched



The competence of the applicant shows proof of completed

higher education in the field of Economics, in the field of technical sciences and

technologies or in the area of rights and proof of three years ' experience in the execution

management activities in the field of civil aviation security or proof of achievement

secondary and higher vocational education in the field of Economics, in the area of

technical sciences and technologies or in the area of law and proof of at least

the five-year work experience in management activities in the field of civil aviation.



section 49f



Measures to control ground-handling services to ensure the safety of



(1) the authority may, for reasons of securing the safety of civil aviation and

the safety of the operation of a public issue for the provision of airport

check-in baggage handling services, costs, and

mail, technical and operational handling of the aircraft on the ramp and

the handling of air, fuel and oil control measures

check-in services. Measures to regulate the ground-handling services, the Office may

for the public, airport



and the pass) at least three million passenger movements or 75 000 tonnes

cargo in a calendar year, limit the number of providers of check-in

services for foreign supplies, but at least two providers, of which

one can be the airport operator,



(b)) on which the throughput of at least one million passenger movements or 25 000 tons

cargo in a calendar year, reserve the provision of ground handling services

for the custom needs of a limited number of air carriers, but at least

the two air carriers.



(2) the definition of safety lays down detailed legal

prescription.



section 49 g



Measures to control ground-handling services because of operational overload

Airport



(1) the authority may, in case of operating overloads public airport, in whose

as a consequence will reduce the usable space for the provision of

check-in services to issue measures to control ground-handling services.

Measures to regulate the ground-handling services because of operational overload

the airport, the authority may for the public airport,



and the pass) at least three million passenger movements or 75 000 tonnes

cargo in a calendar year,



1. limit the number of suppliers of ground-handling services for foreign needs

consisting in passenger and galley supplies

Food and beverage, aircraft



2. make the provision of ground-handling services for foreign needs

consisting in baggage handling, costs and mail, technical and


production of the aircraft on the ramp handling and manipulation of the air

fuel and oil to a single check-in service providers,



(b)) on which the throughput of at least one million passenger movements or 25 000 tons

cargo in a calendar year,



1. make the provision of ground handling services for own needs

of services and the supply of on-board passenger

aircraft buffet food and drinks a limited number of air carriers,



2. disable the air carrier to provide check-in services for their own

needs in terms of baggage handling services, costs, and mail,

technical and operational handling of the aircraft on the ramp and

the handling of airline fuel and oil, or reserve their

the provision of a single air carrier.



(2) the definition of the operational reasons, airport congestion down detailed

legal prescription.



§ 49h



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(1) measures of a general nature, introducing measures to regulate the

ground-handling services under section 49f and 49 g, the Office shall



and the kind of ground-handling services), to which the measure relates,



(b)) space public airport, to which the measure relates,



c) procedure to overcome the established limits,



(d)), the date on which the measures it introduces, and



e) the period for which the measures introduced.



(2) following the initiation of proceedings, the Office shall notify the European Commission proposed measures

including the reasons for its introduction and the date on which the measures should be introduced;

It must do so at least 4 months before the date on which the measures

introduced. Date of notification of the proceedings be interrupted for 3 months.



(3) if the European Commission proposed measures with the opposition, the Office

control stops. If the changes proposed by the European Commission

measures, the Office is bound by them when issuing the measure.



section 49i



The Committee of air carriers



The authority shall ensure that the public airport, which can be

groundhandling services regulated by the measures referred to in section 49f para.

1 and § 49 g para. 1, set up a Committee composed of representatives of air carriers,

air carriers, the airport use, where appropriate, representatives of

organizations that represent these air carriers, the reserves

air carriers this option.



§ 49j



The selection procedure



(1) the authority shall announce for consent when providing

check-in services regulated by the measures referred to in section 49f para. 1 (b). and)

or § 49 g para. 1 (b). and) selection procedure.



(2) for the selection procedure shall apply mutatis mutandis of the provisions on public

the contest according to the commercial code. The conditions and procedure of the tender

and the method of evaluation of applications for the provision of groundhandling services provides

The authority shall, after consultation with the operator of a public airport, and with the Committee

air carriers and shall publish them in the aeronautical information manual.

Part of the terms of the tendering procedure must be laid down in terms of section 49 c

for the grant of consent. The conditions and procedure selection procedure the authority passes

for publication in the official journal of the EU.



(3) on the basis of the assessment and evaluation of applications for consent

in the selection procedure and after consultation with the operator of a public airport

and with the Committee of air carriers shall be granted permission to provide check-in

services to the applicant that he has fulfilled the conditions laid down in the selection best

control.



(4) consent to provide check-in services on the basis of the selection

the proceedings may be granted for a maximum period



and) 7 years, if it is awarded on the basis of measures to control under section 49f

paragraph. 1,



(b)) 3 years, if it is awarded on the basis of regulation measures in accordance with § 49 g

paragraph. 1 (b). and point 1)



(c)) 2 years, if it is awarded on the basis of regulation measures in accordance with § 49 g

paragraph. 1 (b). a), point 2.



(5) if the provision of groundhandling services regulated under section 49f

paragraph. 1 or § 49 g para. 1, without a selection procedure may provide

the operator of a public airport handling services at the airport, which is

the operator, on the basis of the consent granted under section 49b.



§ 49k



The consent of the



(1) the authority shall grant approval on the basis of a tender, in the case that it is

groundhandling services regulated under section 49f para. 1 (b). and)

or § 49 g para. 1 (b). and point 1), so that at least one of the

check-in services for foreign providers need not controlled by



and the airport operator or)



(b)) by the air carrier, whose performance was greater than 25% of the passengers and

freight recorded at the airport during the calendar year prior to the

the year in which consent was granted to provide check-in services for

foreign supplies, or



(c)) or by the Department of transportation.



(2) the Office shall decide on the grant of consent, on the basis of the selection procedure in the

a period of 120 days from the announcement of public competition.



§ 49l



Change data



If the conditions laid down in § 49 c of paragraph 1. 1, the holder of the authorization, to

provision of ground-handling services must notify the Office changes related to the

the data, based on which the consent was given, and within 30 days from the date of

the emergence of changes to submit documents certifying the changes.



§ 49 m



Withdrawal of consent



The authority shall withdraw the approval to provide ground-handling services, if

provider of ground-handling services



and) violates conditions laid down for the provision of groundhandling services in the

the decision to grant consent,



(b)) no longer meets any of the conditions under which he was

approval is granted,



(c)) on the withdrawal of the consent requested



(d) fails to comply with an obligation imposed on) § 49l.



section 49n



Access to airport installations



The operator of a public airport is obliged to provide legal or

a natural person who provides handling services for foreign supplies, and

the air carrier, which provides handling services for custom

If necessary, access to airport installations to the extent necessary for the

ensure these services. For access to airport installations and their

use the operator negotiates with the provider's public airport

check-in services price according to price laws. ^ 9)



section 49o



Maintenance of accounts



Provider of ground-handling services must lead to the provision of the

services separate cost accounting, sales and revenue. The airport operator

may not transfer the funds obtained from the operation of the airport to

check-in service. The Office performs supervision over the direction of a separate accounting.



TITLE III



§ 50



Flying military aircraft, police and customs



(1) the Flying of military aircraft, police and customs is governed by this

by law, with the exception of flying for the purpose of Defense, training and provision of

security of the State.



(2) for flying in the same part of the airspace are uniform

rules of the air for military, police and customs aircraft and civil

flying.



(3) If you cannot otherwise ensure the safety of persons, property or the public

policy, can be exceptionally when flying police aircraft in the range

completely necessary, derogate from the rules of the air.



§ 51



Air services for military purposes



(1) air services for military purposes can be merged with the air

services for civilian flying.



(2) air traffic services for civilian flying and for military purposes must

be coordinated and provided in synergy.



(3) details of mutual coordination and synergies in the provision of

air traffic services or merged air traffic services

the agreement concluded between the authority and the Department of Defense.



§ 51a



Database data on the terrain and obstacles



(1) the Department of transportation maintain an electronic database of geographic,

topographic and geodetic information about terrain and obstacles on the territory

The Czech Republic (hereinafter referred to as the "database").



(2) the Department of transportation may, with the approval of the Ministry of Defense

decide on credentials database legal person on the basis of its

the request, if this person



and aeronautical information service) provides,



(b)) has created administrative database management system



(c)) has facilities for the management of the database and ensure that there is no loss of

or change the data stored in the database, and



(d)) shall ensure the maintenance of the database of professionally competent persons that have

completed at least secondary education with a GCSE or other

a similar test to demonstrate the same degree of educational attainment.



(3) the Department of transportation in the credentials database management and lays down the conditions

the period of its validity.



(4) the Department of transportation shall withdraw credentials, if the person in charge of the leadership

database



and no longer meets the conditions for) the release of credentials,



b) seriously infringed the provisions of this Act,



c) seriously infringed the conditions laid down in the mandate, or



(d)) of the withdrawal requested credentials.



(5) the Mandate expires



and, at the end of the period) to which it was issued,



(b) the date of termination of a legal person), which is the holder.



(6) the Department of transportation or the person in charge of the leadership of the database provides

database protection against misuse and tampering by unauthorized persons.



(7) the Ministry of defence and the airport operator eligible to adopt

flight under instrument free of charge passes the information referred to in paragraph 1

The Ministry of transport or to the person responsible for the database.




(8) the Ministry of defence may, at the request of the operator of airport

eligible for the adoption of an instrument flight, which operates airports in the

the ownership of the Czech Republic, with which it is for the right to manage

The Ministry of defence, pass free of charge, the Ministry of transport or a person

responsible for the database of the results of the survey of the activities of the processed

for the purposes of national defence, for the purposes of the data processing referred to in paragraph 1.



(9) the Department of transportation or the person in charge of the leadership of the database

free of charge makes the database available Ministry of Defense and the Office. Person

responsible for the leadership of the database free of charge also makes the database available

The Ministry of transport.



(10) the Department of transportation or the person in charge of the leadership of the database

exposes data from a database in the aeronautical information publication in accordance with § 99

paragraph. 2 each time they change, but at least once a year.



(11) the definition of the data stored in the database, their scope and

properties, database management, documents that need to be to request

database management credentials to demonstrate how the requirements of the protection of

the database, the information transmitted by the Ministry of defence and the airport operator

eligible for the adoption of an instrument flight, their extent, characteristics,

the form and frequency of communication, and the scope of the information published in the Air

information guide provides the detailed legislation.



§ 52



Flying aircraft without pilot



Aircraft eligible to fly without a pilot can fly over the territory of the United

the Republic only on the basis of authorisation issued by the authority, and subject to the conditions in this

authorisation laid down. The authority shall issue the authorisation if they are not at risk

the safety of flying in the airspace, buildings and people on the ground and

the environment.



§ 53



The compulsory leaving airspace



(1) an aircraft that entered the airspace of the Czech

States where it is prohibited or restricted flying, must, as soon as

found this space to leave. If the plane doesn't leave this space,

It may be for reasons of ensuring the safety of flying in the airspace to the

forced to leave a room.



(2) procedures for compulsion to leave the forbidden or restricted airspace

space lays down detailed prescription.



§ 54



The Commander



For the safe conduct of the flight corresponds to the Commander. In the framework of this

responsibility of the Commander is entitled to store all persons present

on board the aircraft orders. All persons present on board the aircraft

are obliged to meet the orders of the Commander.



TITLE IV



INVESTIGATING AIR ACCIDENTS AND INCIDENTS AND REPORTING EVENTS



section 55



Institute for investigating air accidents



(1) the Institute for investigating air accidents (hereinafter referred to as

"The Institute") is an administrative office is located in Prague, whose budget is part of the

Department of transportation budget chapter.



(2) the Institute is headed by a Director, which appoints and dismisses the Government on a proposal from the

the Minister of transport. Director of the Institute can be appointed as upstanding citizen

The Czech Republic; for integrity is considered to be a citizen who has been convicted of

for an offence committed intentionally, if it does not look as if it was not

convicted. Director of the Institute shall be considered business authority and is entitled to

giving to employees for the performance of civil service commands under the Act

about the civil service. In addition to the Director of the Institute are the staff of the Institute and

inspectors.



(3) the Director of the Institute and the Institute's inspectors may, in the performance of their

function to perform any of the activities related to the approval

the airworthiness of the product, parts and appliances and air

ground installations, with the licensing of the operation of a commercial air

transport, air traffic control or airport operation and shall not

Act as Advisor or member in the statutory bodies of the entities

whose interests may be in conflict with the activities of the Institute.



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section 55a



The Activities Of The Institute



(1) the Institute



and) to determine the causes of air accidents and incidents,



b) collects, processes, and stores the data evaluates reported

events.



(2) inspectors of the Institute are required to



and) maintain confidentiality of the facts, which they learned in

connection with the exercise of their functions, and



(b)) when you demonstrate the performance of his functions identification of the Inspector of the Institute.



(3) in exceptional or complex cases, in fact, inspectors may

The Institute take advantage of vocational assistance consultant who has knowledge of

Special Branch (hereinafter referred to as "consultant"). About to bring in a consultant

an Inspector of the Institute record in the file. With the approval of the Inspector

The Institute may, a consultant to the extent necessary for the performance of its functions

access to the file of the accident or incident and to be present at the performance

the permission of the inspectors of the Institute. The permission of the inspectors in the performance of the Institute

the consultant shall not interfere. Of all the facts on which

consultant in connection with the performance of his duties he is required to

maintain confidentiality. This obligation it may relieve the Department. On

the exclusion of the consultant shall be used special regulations on the experts and

interpreters.



(4) in determining the causes of air accidents and their removal

the consequences of the Institute cooperates with the permanent bodies for coordination of folders

the integrated rescue system. When carrying out rescue and

winding-up of the work on the site of an air accident inspectors work together

Of the Institute with the Commander of the intervention, in particular, in order to preserve the evidence necessary

to identify the cause of an air accident expert.



(5) in determining the causes of accidents and incidents relating to

Civil and military aviation, the Institute cooperates to the extent necessary

with the Ministry of Defense. In investigating air accidents and

incidents that relate to the operation of civilian and police aircraft,

to the extent necessary, the Institute cooperates with the Ministry of the Interior.



(6) the model of the card of the Inspector of the Institute shall determine the implementing legislation.



section 55b



The discovery of causes other than serious incidents



(1) every other than serious incident, which occurred on the territory of the United

Republic, the operator or the pilot of the aircraft, or the provider of

air services shall without undue delay notify the Institute.



(2) in determining the causes other than serious incidents are inspectors

The Institute shall be entitled to act as part of the aircraft for the purpose of their further

the examination and require



and free access to the site) other than a serious incident, to the aircraft, its

parts and content



b) immediate listing of evidence,



c) free access to flight zapisovačům, and all other records and

such use,



d) free access to the results of examination of aviation personnel and pilots

Sports flying device,



e) free access to the results of tests used to detect the presence of

alcohol or other addictive substances for aviation personnel and pilots

Sports flying device,



f) explanations from people,



g) free access to all other information relating to other than

serious incident.



(3) any different than a serious incident, whose causes were the Institute of

detected, the Inspector will process the Institute without delay a message

that is where appropriate, contains safety recommendations. The Institute report

manner allowing remote access shall be published within 12 months from the date on which

for other than serious incident has occurred; at the same time it shall forward to the Department of

transport, Office, aircraft operators or providers of air

the services concerned on a non-serious incident and other persons

could with regard to civil aviation safety have a

benefit from its findings.



section 55 c



The credentials of the



(1) the Institute may causes of air accidents in which there has been

the killing of people and incidents to entrust at the request of the legal entity that is

to ensure the proper performance of these eligible activities through professionally

eligible individuals and with the help of the corresponding technical

facilities. In the performance of the activities entrusted, is a legal entity

subordinate to the Constitution.



(2) a legal person in charge referred to in paragraph 1 shall proceed in determining

the causes of air accidents and serious incidents by directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union governing the investigation of accidents and incidents in the

Civil Aviation ^ 19). On the performance of the activities of the legal person responsible for

referred to in paragraph 1, the provisions of section 55a paragraph 1. 2 (a). section 55a), para. 3 and

4 and section 55b of paragraph 1. 2 and 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis. Physical person in whose

via provides a legal person in charge referred to in paragraph 1

investigating air accidents and incidents, it is required to prove the

When you perform this activity licence designated legal

person.



(3) a legal person in charge referred to in paragraph 1 is required to Institute

without delay, notify the



and all the results of the activities), which was responsible for, and



(b)) of any changes relating to the grounds for granting the

credentials.



(4) the Institute granted credentials to be withdrawn if the holder



and no longer meets the conditions for) the granting of credentials,



(b) serious breach of obligation) established by this Act, or



(c)) of the withdrawal requested credentials.



(5) the model licence, the natural person referred to in paragraph 2 lays down the detailed

legal prescription.




§ 55d



Event messages



(1) events are obliged to notify the following persons of the Institute:



and the operator or pilot) with a turbine engine or aircraft

intended for the operation of commercial air transport, the



(b)) the person performing the development, design, manufacturing, testing, installation,

maintenance, repairs, modifications and design changes, of products,

parts and appliances and aircraft ground equipment,



(c) an employee in the Office of the signer) of the certificate of airworthiness, or

proof of inspection of airworthiness of the aircraft with turbine

the engine or aircraft intended to operate a commercial air transport

or on the approval of the eligibility of the parts and equipment for use in

Civil Aviation,



(d) the person in charge of service provision), air traffic control or

flight information services,



(e)), the airport operator



(f) the person performing the installation), modification, maintenance, repair, testing and

control of technical equipment needed for the provision of air

navigation services



(g) the provision concerned) the person check-in services.



(2) the Institute is leading the data provided in the context of reporting events in electronic

form. The Institute will make available this information to the competent authorities of the Member States

The European Union and the European Commission. If necessary, the Institute shall notify the led

information to the competent authority of the Member State of the European Union, on whose territory the

the event occurred, in whose register is an aircraft which is

event refers to, registered on the territory of this aircraft was made, or

the operator of this aircraft which has been issued a license to operate a

commercial air transport.



(3) the Institute shall keep the information supplied in the context of reporting events after

disposal of all personal data relating to the person

the reporter, and after the liquidation of technical data, which point

or might lead to the identity of the person lodging the report or

third-party software.



(4) the Institute published annually in a way allowing remote access

a comprehensive safety review containing information on the events reported

The Institute for the past year.



(5) the categories of reportable occurrences and data that are in the

reports contained, lays down the law.



§ 55e



cancelled



PART SIX



AIR ACTIVITIES



TITLE I OF THE



COMMERCIAL AIR TRANSPORT



§ 56



(1) the commercial air services may be operated only under the license

issued by the Office.



(2) commercial air transport is divided into regular and

irregular by the method of operation, at the national and international

According to their scale.



the title launched



§ 57



cancelled



§ 58



(1) the authority shall issue, in accordance with the directly applicable European Union law ^ 5i)

license to operate a commercial air transport on the basis of the request for

the following conditions:



and) a natural person and a responsible representative, if appointed, was achieved

18 years of age, are eligible for full legal capacity, high integrity and at least

one of them is competent,



(b)) all natural persons who are the statutory body of the legal entity

of the person or members of the Board, have attained the age of 18 years, are

eligible legal capacity, good repute and at least one member of the statutory

the authority or responsible agent of an entity meets the condition of professional

eligibility,



(c)) the applicant demonstrates that he meets the conditions directly applicable

the EU regulation ^ 5i).



(2) the requirements for an application for the issue of a licence and the documents that must be to

applications demonstrate, lays down the law.



§ 59



Integrity



(1) the integrity is not the one who was convicted for

the offense, which is related to the merits of commercial air

transportation, or the person who has been convicted for an offence

committed intentionally, if due to the nature of the business of air transport and

the person of the applicant for the issue of licences is the fear that commits same or

a similar act in the operation of commercial air transport, when the

It does not look as if he has been convicted.



(2) in order to determine whether a person in accordance with § 58 para. 1 (b). a) and b)

satisfies the condition of integrity, the Office will require by a special legal

code ^ 1 m) an extract from the criminal register. Extradition request listing

of convictions and an extract from the criminal register with

to be transmitted in electronic form, in a manner allowing remote

access.



section 60



The competence of the



Competence is demonstrated by evidence of completed high school

higher education or economic, transport, technical or

the legal focus and at least five years ' professional experience in the civil

Aviation.



§ 61



cancelled



§ 62



Authority in the decision to issue the licence



and the domestic air carrier) identification, including identification number

persons provided by the administrator of the basic registry of legal persons,

natural persons-entrepreneurs and public authorities ^ 9a),



(b)) the kind of commercial air transport, the



(c)) the frequency and extent of commercial air transport in the period,



d) number and types of aircraft operated,



(e) the start date of the operation) of commercial air transportation,



f) the period for which the licence is granted,



g) conditions governing commercial air transport.



§ 63



Change license



The Office may decide to change the license



and if it has to) change the facts on the basis of which the decision of the

issuance of the licence,



(b)) if required by the public interest in the satisfaction of transport needs, or

the safety of commercial air transport, the



(c)) on the basis of a reasoned request of the licence holder.



§ 64



Restrictions on commercial air transport



The Office may decide to limit the commercial air transportation to the strict

minimum of time necessary for reasons of



and flying, safety)



(b) the public interest on the other) extraordinary air activities



(c)) if it is necessary to comply with the obligations arising from the international

the contract, which is part of the legal order.



§ 65



Withdrawal of licence



The authority shall withdraw the licence if the licensee



and a serious breach of obligations) established by this Act, or

directly applicable EU regulation 5j) ^ ^



(b)) does not comply with conditions set out in the license, or



(c)) of the withdrawal of the licence requested.



§ 66



The licence ceases to be valid



and the date of dissolution of a legal person), which is licensed,



(b)) decisions of the Office of the withdrawal of the licence.



§ 67



Air operator's certificate



(1) an air operator's certificate issued by the authority on the basis of the request

domestic air carrier.



(2) an air operator Certificate shall certify that the domestic

the air carrier



a) fulfils the conditions established by this Act for an air staff,

air safety and the operation of aircraft required for

commercial transportation,



(b)) has an internal organizational structure and management system to ensure

commercial air transport.



(3) the authority shall withdraw the air operator's certificate, if the domestic

an air carrier shall meet the conditions referred to in paragraph 2.



(4) the details of the application lays down detailed prescription.



§ 68



Obligations of the domestic air carrier



(1) Domestic air carrier is obliged to



and commercial transportation) operate in accordance with the conditions laid down in

license,



(b) to notify the Office of any changes) concerning the facts on which the

the basis was decided to grant the licence, the identification number

a legal entity, if it is not contained in the request for grant of a license,

or changes related to the fulfilment of the conditions laid down in the license within 10 days

Since the inception of these changes,



(c) no later than 20 days) to notify the Office in advance to begin regular trading

air transport, which has a valid license,



(d) not later than 3 days) to notify in advance the authority begin irregular business

air transport, which has a valid license,



e) to notify the Office within 24 hours of interruption or cessation of commercial air

transport, which has a valid license,



(f) withdrawal of licence) when you provide at his own expense the carriage of passengers,

baggage, animals, goods and mail, to which it is committed,



(g)) at the date of commencement of commercial air transportation to declare to the transport

terms and conditions.



(2) Domestic air carrier is also required to develop a plan to help

the victims of air accidents and their relatives ^ 19) and according to this schedule

to do this. A plan to help the victims of air accidents and their relatives

contains



and) the procedures for confirmation of participation the passenger in an aeroplane accident

and their personal and material security and



(b)) the procedures for providing care to the victims of air accidents and their

relatives, including informational, psychological, legal and financial assistance,

and their personal and material security.



§ 69



Transfer of passenger data



(1) the air carrier is obliged to in order to improve border

controls and fight against illegal immigration pass unit

Police of the Czech Republic, which is under a special legal

prescription ^ 5j) responsible for the implementation of border controls at the airport, on the

his request electronically, and in case of failure in any other way,

passengers who exceed the outer limit of ^ 1), and shall immediately

After receipt of the request, but no earlier than after their onset of all

passengers on the plane.




(2) data transmitted in accordance with paragraph 1 are



and) the name or names, first and last name,



(b)) the day, month and year of birth,



c) country of citizenship,



d) number and type of travel document, which the passenger has shown



(e)) the point of entry into the territory of the Czech Republic,



(f)), the flight number,



(g)), the date and time of departure and arrival,



h) initial, instead of joining the transport and



I) the total number of passengers carried by the appropriate flight.



(3) the air carrier is obliged to inform the passengers in accordance with special

^ 5 k law) on the collection and processing of the data referred to in paragraph

1.



(4) the air carrier will carry out disposal of personal information about passengers,

that were collected in order to comply with the obligations referred to in paragraph 1,

within 24 hours after the landing of the aircraft, which were in the territory of the Czech Republic

these passengers transported.



(5) the rights and obligations of an air carrier and passengers concerning the

protection of personal data provided for specific legislation are not

the provisions of paragraphs 1 to 4.



(6) the police of the Czech Republic makes the disposal of personal information

transmitted in accordance with paragraph 1 within 24 hours after receiving them, if these

the data does not use it to carry out the stated purpose.



(7) the rights and obligations of the police of the Czech Republic concerning the protection of

the personal data provided for specific legislation ^ l) are not

the provisions of paragraphs 1 and 6.



section 70



International commercial air transport



(1) of the intention to operate a regular international commercial air

transport from the United States to a State which is not a Member State of the European

the Union shall inform the air carrier of the European Union ^ 20) without undue

delay, the Ministry of transport.



(2) the air carrier of the European Union ^ 20), intending to operate

scheduled international commercial air transport on the basis of

the international treaty, which is part of the legal order, and that includes the

restrictions on access to the transport market air carriers between the Czech

Republic and the other party must have this commercial air

Transport granted the right to operate a regular international business

air services on a specified line in a given range (hereinafter referred to as "shipping

the right ").



section 70a



Ticket-granting rights



(1) the Department of transportation shall decide on the granting of the transport law

the air carrier of the European Union ^ 20) on the basis of his application.



(2) an application for the grant of rights in addition to the General requirements of the transport

filing under the administrative code contains



and the name and address of the registered office) of the authority that the air carrier of the European

Union ^ 20) has issued a license to operate a commercial air transport and the

air operator's certificate, and which performs a check over it,



(b) the address of air carrier) in the territory of the Czech Republic,

in the case of an air carrier of a Member State



(c)) the definition of the services offered by commercial air transport including period and

the type of traffic,



(d) proposal of schedule including) organizational and geographical definition

the planned operation and the date envisaged for the commencement of operation,



(e)) the definition of the way technical security operations including the type and

the internal arrangement of the aircraft used and the legal relationship to them,



(f)) the definition of planned pricing policy, including the offered tariffs and

the final prices for transport,



(g)) the definition of expected traffic volume and the projected

the capacity utilisation of the aircraft within 3 years from the date of the intended

start of operation,



h) the definition of the method of offering services of commercial air transport, including

distribution of transport documents,



I) definition of the method and extent of the involvement of the line corresponding to the requested

transport law to the network of an air carrier of the European Union ^ 20) and

its building on the networks of other carriers, and



j) the definition of the intended cooperation with other air carriers, including

the mode and scope of the cooperation, on the line corresponding to the requested

transport law.



section 70b



(1) the Department of transportation shall publish the information on the receipt of the first

ticket granting rights to its official Board within 7 days of its

delivery. Other air carriers of the European Union ^ 20) may lodge an application for

the granting of the transport in the same case law within a period of 21 days of the publication of the

information about the first request. To later requests shall be disregarded.

Information about the receipt of applications other carriers of the European

Union ^ 20) shall be published by the Ministry of transport on their notice board within 7 days of

their delivery.



(2) on applications submitted under paragraph 1 shall be decided by the Ministry of

transport in the common procedure.



(3) in proceedings for the granting of the transport rights can access to the file to

the closing date for the submission of applications referred to in paragraph 1.



section 70 c



(1) the Department of transportation in deciding to grant the right of a transport

taking into account the



and) type, level and scope of services offered by commercial air transportation,

extent, take into account the needs of different categories of users and the ratio of prices and

the level of commercial air transport, the



(b)) the frequency of services offered commercial air transport operations, offered

capacity and layout of flights during the calendar year,



(c) the date envisaged for the commencement of operation) and the period of operation,



(d)) the availability of services offered commercial air transport users,



(e)) the air carrier's pricing policy of the European Union ^ 20) including

the offered tariffs and end prices for transportation,



f) guarantee a transport service, including follow-up and participation in the

the existing network of lines,



(g) technical security service) including the use of its own aircraft,

leased aircraft without crew and leased aircraft with crew,



h) method and extent of cooperation with other air carriers,



(I) at the designated operating conditions) line and the adequacy of supply and



(j)) in the use of existing traffic rights to the air

the carrier of the European Union ^ 20).



(2) the Department of transportation may grant the right to transport more applicants,

If this is an international agreement, which is part of the legal order.



(3) the Department of transportation shall decide on applications for the granting of the transport law

within a period of 60 days from the delivery of the first application. The decision on the

the transport law shall be issued for an indefinite period.



(4) the Department of transportation may, in a decision on the transport law

specify the conditions for its performance. Amending the conditions for the exercise of

the Transport Ministry of transport may decide on the basis of

application of an air carrier of the European Union ^ 20), which was granted

transport law, or ex officio, provided that there was a change

grounds for the award of transport law.



(5) the Department of transportation shall publish the decision on the transport

rights on its notice board.



(6) the air carrier of the European Union ^ 20), which was granted shipping

law, is obliged to notify the Ministry of transport



and the facts contained in) the application, if it can have a significant impact on the

the performance of the ticket issued by the law, and at the latest within 14 days from the date of

When the change occurred, and



(b)), the fact that the competent authority does not issue or withdraw the authorisation to

the provision of services of commercial air transportation to the specified line, without

undue delay.



(7) the air carrier of the European Union must not be granted 20) ^ transport law

transferred to another person.



§ 70 d



the title launched



(1) an air carrier of the European Union ^ 20) may apply to the Ministry of

traffic ticket law on the grant of which has been granted to another

the air carrier, soon after 5 years from the date of acquisition of legal

the decision on the grant of transport law. In the proceedings on the application referred to in

the first sentence of the provision of section 70a para. 2, section 70b and 70 c paragraph 1 paragraph. 1 to 5

shall apply mutatis mutandis.



(2) the Ministry of transport on receipt of a request under paragraph 1 shall examine the

the current way of using transport rights of the air carrier

The European Union ^ 20), which was granted, and by its decision



and this keeps transportation law) the air carrier and refuse the application,



(b) this law trucking) removes the air carrier and grant is

the applicant, or



(c) transport this law leaves) the air carrier and at the same time

shall be granted to the applicant.



§ 70e



The withdrawal of the transport law



(1) Ministry of transport granted the right to withdraw the transmission, if the air

the carrier of the European Union ^ 20)



and has not started operations on specified) line within 6 months from the date of acquisition of legal

the decision on the grant of rights, transport



(b)) does not use the transport right granted for a period longer than six consecutive

consecutive months, unless due to exceptional circumstances, that

could not affect,



(c)), violates the conditions laid down in the decision granting the transport

rights,



d) announces that granted does not intend to continue to use the law of carriage, or



(e)) commercial air transport operation terminates.



(2) the Department of transportation also granted the right to withdraw the transmission, if the



and a material change occurs) the facts contained in the application of the air

the carrier of the European Union ^ 20), which has been shipping the right has been granted,

While this change has adverse effect on the performance of a granted shipping

rights, or



(b) the air carrier of the European Union) ^ 20) the competent authority shall not issue or

withdraw the authorisation to provide services to commercial air transportation to the specified

line.



§ 70f




Commercial air services an air carrier of another Member State



(1) an air carrier of another Member State is obliged to notify

The Transportation Department begin regular commercial air transportation to the

The United States, from the United States or in the territory of the Czech Republic.

Notification shall be given at least 10 days before the scheduled date of commencement of

regular commercial air transport and in addition to the General requirements for filing

According to the administrative code contains the name and address of the registered office of the authority which

the air carrier of another Member State has issued a license to operate

commercial air transport and air operator's certificate. If

the air carrier of another Member State to run a regular business

air transportation from the United States to a State which is not a Member State

The European Union, it shall indicate in the notice also the address of your establishment on the territory of the

Of the Czech Republic.



(2) the air carrier of another Member State to be accompanied by a flight notification

of procedure, which contains



and the code name of air carrier) another Member State allocated

the international organizations under international treaties, which is part of the

the rule of law,



(b)), the day number of the estimated flight times and routing,



c) type and registration mark of the aircraft,



(d) the capacity of the aircraft is offered)



e) organizational and geographical limits of the planned operation and



(f) the period of validity of schedule).



(3) where the air carrier of another Member State to operate

regular commercial air transportation, which is awarded to the transport

right, from the United Kingdom to a State which is not a Member State of the European

the Union, the announcement does not pick up.



(4) Notwithstanding the obligation to notify the air carrier shall submit

another Member State, the flight schedule at least 10 Ministry of transport

days before the start of each operating period.



(5) the air carrier of another Member State is obliged to notify

The Ministry of transport perform irregular flight or a series of

non-scheduled flights to the United States, from the Czech Republic or in the territory of

The United States by air with the total passenger seating configuration greater

than 9 or a maximum take-off mass of more than 5.7 tons. Notification

serves at least 3 days prior to the scheduled day of execution of the flight or in the

the case of a series of non-scheduled flights at least 7 days before the date planned for the

the first flight.



(6) in addition to the General requirements for filing pursuant to the Administrative Code notification

contains



and the code name of air carrier) another Member State allocated

the international organizations under international treaties, which is part of the

the rule of law,



(b)), the day number to the estimated times, routing, and the purpose of the flight,



c) type and registration mark of the aircraft, and



(d) the name and address of the registered office) of the authority that the air carrier to another

a Member State has issued a license to operate a commercial air transport and the

air operator's certificate.



§ 71



Regular commercial air services an air carrier of a third country



(1) an air carrier of a third country may operate a regular business

air transport to the Czech Republic from the United States, in the territory of the United

States or through the territory of the Czech Republic on the basis of authorisation issued by the

The Ministry of transport. The Department of transportation shall issue authorisations at the request

an air carrier of a third country, where this is in accordance with the international

agreement on air transport, which is part of the rule of law, or

This does not economic or security risk.



(2) the application shall be submitted at least 30 days before the intended date of commencement

the operation of regular commercial air transport. The air carrier from a third

country to request shall be accompanied by proof of liability insurance

caused by the operation of an aircraft, and in addition, these documents issued to

competent authority:



a) license to operate a commercial air transportation, if issued,



(b) the air operator's certificate),



c) certificates of airworthiness,



d) noise certificate.



(3) an air carrier of a third country shall be annexed to the application on the flight schedule

that contains the



and the code name of air carrier) from a third country allocated

the international organizations under international treaties, which is part of the

the rule of law,



(b)), the day number of the estimated flight times and routing,



c) type and registration mark of the aircraft,



(d) the capacity of the aircraft is offered)



e) organizational and geographical limits of the planned operation,



(f) the period of validity of schedule).



(4) where an air carrier of a third country on the issue of a permit to

operate a scheduled commercial air transportation through the territory of the United

Republic, the documents referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (c)), and (d)) and the information referred to in

paragraph 3 (b). (d)), and (e)) is not required.



(5) permit is issued for an indefinite period. If the Ministry of

request for authorization to transport in its entirety, cannot be against such a

the decision to file a corruption.



(6) the holder of the authorisation shall inform the Ministry of transport of the change

the facts contained in the application for his release and in documents that are

attached to it.



section 71a



The Ministry of transport permit issued pursuant to § 71 para. 1 shall, if

an air carrier of a third country



and) does not use the authorisation issued for a period of longer than 12 consecutive

months, unless due to exceptional circumstances, which could not

affect,



(b)) reports that the licence issued does not intend to continue to use,



(c)) serious breaches of the provisions of this Act, directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union or the international agreement that is

part of the rule of law,



(d)) commercial air transport operation terminates, or



(e)) is subject to the prohibition on the operation by directly applicable regulation

the Union relating to the list of air carriers subject to prohibition

the operation of air services in the European Union ^ 21) or decision

International Organization issued on the basis of an international agreement that

It is part of the rule of law.



§ 71b



Notification obligation of an air carrier of a third country



(1) an air carrier of a third country shall notify the Ministry of transport launch

direct or mediated by the sale of regular business

air transport on the territory of the Czech Republic. Notification shall be given at least 20

days before the scheduled date of the beginning of the sale.



(2) in addition to the General requirements for filing pursuant to the Administrative Code notification

contains



and) trade name or name and address of the business folder

an air carrier of a third country established within the territory of the Czech Republic,



(b) the business name or name) and address of the person by an intermediate for

an air carrier of a third country's sale of commercial air transport

on the territory of the Czech Republic, if the branch is established, and



(c)) the type of services offered by commercial air transport operations in the territory of the United

of the Republic.



(3) an air carrier of a third country shall inform the Ministry of transport of the

change in the facts referred to in the notice within the time limit of 15 days from the date on which the

This change occurred.



section 71 c



Non-scheduled commercial air services an air carrier of a third country



(1) an air carrier of a third country may operate an irregular

commercial air transportation to the United States, from the United States, on the

the territory of the United States or through the territory of the Czech Republic on the basis of

permit issued by the Ministry of transport. The Department of transportation shall issue

authorisation at the request of an air carrier of a third country, where this is in accordance

with an international agreement on air transport, which is part of the legal

procedure, or if it does not represent an economic or security risk.



(2) the application shall be submitted at least



a) 3 business days before the scheduled date of the flight, in the case of an application for authorisation

a single flight,



b) 7 working days before the scheduled date of the flight, in the case of the carriage of

dangerous goods ^ 22), or



(c)) 15 working days before the scheduled day of the first flight, in the case of a series of

non-scheduled flights.



(3) the request in addition to the General requirements for filing pursuant to the administrative code

contains



and the code name of air carrier) from a third country allocated

the international organizations under international treaties, which is part of the

the rule of law,



(b)), the day number to the estimated times, routing, and the purpose of the flight,



c) type and registration mark of the aircraft,



d) organizational and geographical limits of the planned operation,



(e)) the number of passengers or cargo, the nature and quantity



(f)), the classification name, quantity and packaging of dangerous goods ^ 22),

If it is transported,



(g)) the code number assigned to the dangerous goods ^ 22) by the United

Nations, if it is transported,



h) name, surname and the address of the residence or business name or

the name and address of the registered office of the customer transport



I) name, surname and the address of the residence or business name or

the name and address of the consignor and the consignee of the goods, if it is transported,

and



j) business name or the name of the selected ground handling provider

services on the territory of the Czech Republic.



(4) an air carrier of a third country to the request shall be accompanied by proof of insurance

liability for damage caused by the operation of an aircraft and those documents

issued to the competent authority:



a) license to operate a commercial air transportation, if issued,



(b)) the licence or other similar document for the transport of dangerous

^ item 22), if it is transported,




(c) the air operator's certificate),



d) certificates of airworthiness,



e) noise certificate.



(5) where an air carrier of a third country on the issue of a permit to

the operation of non-scheduled commercial air transportation through the territory of the United

Republic, the information referred to in paragraph 3 (b). d), (e)), h) to (j)) and papers

referred to in paragraph 4 (b). (d)), and (e)) is not required.



(6) if the Department of transportation request for authorization to the fullest

extent cannot be lodged against such a decision.



(7) the holder of the authorisation shall inform the Ministry of transport of the change

the facts contained in the application for his release and in documents that are

attached to it.



section 71 d



The Ministry of transport permit issued pursuant to section 71 c para. 1 cancels,

If any of the grounds referred to in section 71a (b). b) to (e)).



§ 72



Special provisions for proceedings in matters of commercial air transportation



(1) in proceedings under section 70a-70e, 71, 71a, 71 c and 71 d, a participant may

Act and the documents submitted in the English language. Documents

in the original text, drawn up in a language other than Czech or English language

be submitted by a party in an officially certified translation into Czech or

the English language, unless a party to the proceedings, the Ministry of transport

is officially non-certified. Such a statement can

The Ministry of transport to make on their notice board for all management

in the first sentence. The provisions of this paragraph, the submission made pursuant to

§ 70f and 71b apply mutatis mutandis.



(2) in proceedings under section 71, 71a, 71 c and 71 d is the Ministry of transport

in parallel tasks in Czech and English. This does not apply if you do not agree with the

the party to the proceedings, or would be at risk of the proceedings, or

such a procedure was associated with unfair costs the Ministry of transport;

in this case, the acts only in the Czech language and the Ministry of

transport shall issue an order, that party shall be notified. In

event of a conflict between the Czech and the English wording of the Act is crucial

the Czech version.



(3) in proceedings under section 71, 71a, 71 c and 71 d, you can also do this in the Administration

electronic form without the use of a recognised electronic signature, or

through the telegraph or telefax. In this case, the submission of

does not endorse or revise. If the submission has been made by anyone other than

that is in the Administration does not have the effects that the law brings together with him;

The Ministry of transport shall issue an order which shall be mentioned in the files.

The provisions of this paragraph, the filing made pursuant to § 70f and 71b

apply, mutatis mutandis.



(4) in proceedings under section 71, 71a, 71 c and 71 d delivers the Ministry of transport

documents through a public data network to an e-mail address,

which he shall communicate to the party, or by telefax; in

of these cases, the document is served on the day of departure,

If a message is not returned as undeliverable. Confirmation of receipt sent

the addressee of the document through a message bearing his recognized

an electronic signature is not required.



TITLE II



AERIAL WORK AND OTHER AVIATION ACTIVITY



Aerial work



section 73



Air works are air activities in which the air operator

uses the aircraft to work for remuneration. Air works

hereafter, the use of sightseeing flights of the aircraft by the air operator

When teaching at flight schools and flight activity.



§ 74



(1) aerial work may operate a natural person with permanent residency and

a legal person with a registered office in the Czech Republic on the basis of the authorization.

A permit may be issued on application to the Office.



(2) a permit may be issued if the applicant meets the conditions laid down in this

by law, an applicant for a licence to operate a commercial air

transport according to § 58 para. 1, for the staff and for the operation of

the aircraft used for aerial work.



(3) of the implementing regulation provides for the individual types of aerial works,

technical and operational conditions for their operation, the requirements for an application

the issue of permits and requirements for a decision on the issue of the permit.



section 74a



(1) a national of another Member State of the European Union or

a legal person with a registered office, Central Administration or principal place of business in the

another Member State of the European Union, who are in that Member State

the authority to operate aerial work aerial work, these may temporarily

operated on the territory of the Czech Republic.



(2) The operation of the air of the work referred to in paragraph 1, the provisions of § 74

It does not apply.



(3) the initiation of operation of the air works on the territory of the Czech Republic

notify the person referred to in paragraph 1 no later than 3 days in advance of the Office.



(4) the person operating the air work in the territory of the Czech Republic according to the

paragraph 1 is required to prove when checking permissions to operate

aerial work in another Member State of the European Union.



(5) the provisions of the preceding paragraphs shall also apply to the State

a national of another State or a legal person with a registered office, Central

Administration or principal place of business in another State, if it is clear from the

the international treaty, which is part of the legal order.



§ 75



Air activities for the needs of the State



(1) air for the needs of the State means the flights carried out by

air operator for the purpose of



and constitutional factors, transport)



(b)) State administration.



(2) flights carrying constitutional factors can be made with

approval of the State represented by the Government. Flights in order to exercise of State administration

can be made with the consent of the Ministry of transport.



§ 76



Aviation activity for their own account



(1) Air operations for own use means the flights, which

ensures the legal or natural person business or other

the activities to which it is entitled to under the specific legislation.



(2) activity for their own account by air may operate a natural person

with permanent residency or a legal person with a registered office in the Czech Republic on

the basis of a permit issued by the authority. The authority may issue a permit on the basis of

the application, if the applicant meets the conditions laid down in this law for the

the air staff and for the operation of aircraft needed for the air

activity for their own account.



(3) of the implementing regulation lays down the requirements for an application for authorisation to

operating activities for their own use.



§ 77



Recreational and sporting flying



Recreational and sports flying means the use of the aircraft for its own

the need for, or the need for other persons for the purpose of recreation, personal transport

or sport that is not conducted for profit. Recreational and

Sports flying may only be operated by aircraft with a maximum take-off

mass less than 5.7 tons and with the total number of passenger seats

less than 9.



§ 78



Air public appearance



Air public appearance can be operated only with the consent of the authority. The Office of the

consent, it will not endanger the safety of flying in the air

space.



TITLE III



OBLIGATIONS OF OPERATORS AND USERS OF AIRCRAFT FLIGHT OPERATIONS



§ 79



The operator of aeronautical activities, and the user is obliged to report



and operating activity letově) eligible aircraft



(b)) to ensure air activity professionally and physically qualified to air

personnel,



(c)) use for takeoffs and landings of aircraft and aircraft movements with

airport-related or areas designated for that purpose,



(d)) to perform flights according to the rules of flying,



e) follow the instructions of those providing air traffic services.



§ 80



(1) the operator of aviation activity may exclude from the transport of persons,

animals and cargo, the carriage of which would endanger the safety of air

operation or should their shipment in violation of the regulations in force in the

the State of departure, arrival or State crossing the State.



(2) articles and substances whose nature may be compromised

air traffic can be transported only when compliance with the conditions

laid down by implementing and by specific provisions.



PART SEVEN



SPORTS FLYING DEVICE



§ 81



(1) the sports flying device is a maximum of two aircraft or

Sport parachute, designed to be flying for their own use or consumption

other persons for the purpose of recreation, individual passenger transport, sport

or training of pilots, which is not conducted for profit,

with the exception of training pilots, flights suspension and parachute gliders with

passenger and sporting parachutes jumps with the passenger.



(2) the types of sports flying devices are particularly



, ultra-light glider)



(b)), the ultra-light aircraft



c) motor hang glider,



(d)), the ultra-light helicopter



an ultra-light motorized gyrocopter),



f) motor paraglider,



(g)) hang glider,



h) paraglider,



I) Sport parachute.



(3) the Pilot sport flying device is the person who is the holder of

a valid pilot licence and sports flying device controls. For

the pilot is considered to be within the meaning of this Act and a paratrooper.



(4) the pilot student sports flying device is the person who is it

learning to follow the training outline.



(5) the Builder of sports flying device is a natural person who

Sport flying equipment for their own use.




(6) the manufacturer of sports flying device is the natural or legal

the person who sports flying device and related additional

products, parts and appliances it produces for sale.



(7) traffic Inspector or Inspector technology competence

a natural person who, in the scope of the resulting from this Act

exercises supervision over the fulfilment of the obligations of builders, manufacturers, and pilots

other persons involved in the operation of sports flying device.



(8) the characteristics of individual types of sports flying device

down detailed legislation.



Management of sports flying device



§ 82



(1) the Department of transportation may by decision to entrust the exercise of State

Administration in matters of sports flying device, a legal person (hereinafter

"designated officer") on the basis of its written request. The Ministry of

transport in a decision on the credentials to State administration lays down the conditions

and procedures for this performance, and shall define its scope.



(2) the decision of the Department of transportation shall, unless the applicant



and has its head office in the territory) of the United States,



(b)) has created administrative and technical management system of sports

flying devices under this Act,



(c)) with qualified persons, and expertise for the performance

the State administration of sports flying device under this Act, and

operational and technical regulations,



(d)) has created and secured information system for the keeping of a register

pilots and sports flying devices,



e) has laid down the procedures for the verification and approval of airworthiness

Sports flying device,



(f)) has established procedures for teaching and verifying the eligibility of applicants for

the issue of pilot licences and granting qualification



g) does not have financial or other interests that might influence the impartiality of

exercise of the activity of an authorised person,



h) is capable of ensuring the protection of information and data under the Special

^ law 5 k).



(3) the Department of transportation shall withdraw credentials,



and if the authorized person) has met the obligations or conditions imposed

This Act or decision by the credentials



(b) if the designated officer of the) withdrawal of credentials asks.



(4) a decision on the credentials and of the withdrawal of this mandate shall publish

The Ministry of transport communications in the statute book.



(5) if it is not the performance of State administration in matters of sports flying

devices secured Commissionaire, secures it to the Office.



(6) the requirements for an application credentials, and the documents which must be on the application

to demonstrate, lays down the law.



section 83



(1) the authorized person



and issuing or withdrawing the certificate) legal and natural persons who

operate in the form of business production and sports flying devices with

related to other products, parts and appliances,

repair and maintenance, and controls the performance of their duties,

(b)



) and submit to the Ministry of transport handles proposals operating and

the technical rules for the operation of sports flying device and

the training curriculum to proposals their approval and after approval

The Ministry of transport these regulations and training curriculum,



(c)) shall exercise supervision over the activities of the builders of sport flying

the device,



d) approve, recognizes and validates the airworthiness of sports

flying devices and issues, extending and withdrawing their certificate

of airworthiness,



e) keeps a register of sports flying device referred to in section 84b and

allocates the specified sports flying device license plate

(f)



) and other pilots qualification confers on persons involved in the operation of the

Sports flying devices, emits a pilot's licenses, writes to the

These qualifications, extending their validity, issued ID cards

certifying qualifications and leads them to the register



g) publishes or withdrawing the consent for the operation of training centres

various kinds of sports flying devices, checks the performance of the

of their duties,



(h)) sets out the conditions for the use of the areas for takeoffs and landing

Sports flying device, desktop, registers, approves the operating

schedules and the eligibility of the registered areas; a register of the areas presented

The Ministry of transport for publication,



I) permits the implementation of test flights sports flying device,



j) grants consent to the holding of public air performances

Sports flying device,



k) shall exercise supervision over the activities of the operators, pilots and other people

participating in the operation of sports flying device,



l) provides the necessary assistance to the authorities of the State administration in the context of

the investigation of air accidents and incidents, sports flying device,



m) appoints and removes the traffic inspectors and inspectors; for a list of

appointed and revoked the inspectors and inspectors of traffic techniques

the Ministry of transport shall be presented for publication.



(2) in the interests of air safety, or in another public interest

the designated person or the authority may, where justified, flying a

Sports flying device to restrict or disable.



§ 84



Supervision of construction, construction, manufacture, repair and maintenance of sports

flying devices and related products, other

parts and equipment, and supervision of the activities of the operators, pilots and other

persons involved in the operation of sports flying device performs

traffic inspector or Inspector techniques.



§ 84a



(1) traffic Inspector and Inspector techniques are under the supervision of the

Sports flying devices are authorized to



and require the submission of documents) needed to operate the sports

a flying device



(b) withhold registration) sports flying device if

detection of airworthiness of sports flying device

by the time the defect in airworthiness,



c) disable years if would jeopardise the safety of air navigation, life,

health or property of persons or to the environment or other law

protected interest,



d) detain a pilot licence or other licence certifying the qualifications and

require verification of professional competence or medical examination

the eligibility of the holder of the seized licence in the event that, in exercising

activities associated with the operation of sports flying device shows

deficiencies which may endanger the safety of air navigation,



e) withdraw the pilot licence to a person who threatened the safety of air navigation

operation, infringed the rules of flying, or the rules of operation of sports

flying devices, and pass it without delay to the person responsible for

for further proceedings.



(2) the Inspector technology is also under the supervision of the construction, production and

repair of sports flying device and related other

products, parts and appliances shall be entitled to



and) require the submission of all the documents relating to construction and production

Sports flying devices, and other products related to them,

parts and equipment, in particular all calculations, construction and

production documentation and building journal



b) enter the premises where the sport flying equipment and with them

other related products, parts and appliances, and builds

produced, check the machines and tools, examine the materials used and

fasteners,



c) in the case of structural defects identified request or save design

tests of strength, elasticity, and the other, in the case of production prohibit the operation of

formerly produced sports flying device, or apply the changes

construction or preparation of the expert opinion.



section 84b



Register of sports flying device



(1) in the register of sports flying devices (hereinafter referred to as "the register")

Sport flying devices shall be recorded as specified in § 81 para. 2 (a).

a) to (g)) at the written request of the owner or operator shall

consent of the owner under the following conditions:



a) owned or operated by sports flying device is

a natural person with permanent residency in the Czech Republic or a legal person

based in the Czech Republic,



(b) Sport flying device) is not registered in a State other



c) airworthiness sports flying device was authenticated,

or is validated according to § 83 para. 1 (b). (d)), or it was considered

valid its airworthiness certificate issued by the authority of the foreign State.



(2) Sports flying device registered in the register shall have the

license plate. The allocation of the license plate gets sporty

flying devices, the nationality of the United States.



(3) information entered in the register, the data that it can be made public, and

means of identification of sports flying device lays down detailed

legal prescription.



§ 84c



Pilots and persons in training



(1) sports flying device can drive



and) a pilot who holds a valid pilot licence with the appropriate

qualifications, or



(b)) a pilot student under the terms of the training outline.



(2) the issue of a pilot licence is proof of health


competency, theoretical teaching, practical

training and the composition of the appropriate tests in accordance with the training outline.



(3) the medical report on the health ^) the eligibility of the applicants, and pilots

Sports flying device, issued on the basis of a medical examination and

other necessary professional examination provider of health services

by assessing the doctor designated by the authority. Posuzujícím

doctor means



and providers of health services) a doctor who has been charged with under section 22

paragraph. 3, for sports flying device referred to in § 81 para. 2 (a).

a) to (e)) and i) and two sports flying device referred to in section 81

paragraph. 2 (a). f) to (h)),



(b)), a doctor who is a provider of health care services in the licensing

General practical medicine for single sport flying

equipment specified in § 81 para. 2 (a). f) to (h)).



(4) the period of validity of the medical assessment of medical fitness is



and) for pilots sports flying devices referred to in paragraph 3 (b). and)



1.60 months for people below 40 years of age, unless the competent doctor with respect

on the State of health of a person considered a shorter period,



2.24 months for people from 40 to 75 years of age, unless the competent doctor with

given the State of health of a person, a shorter period under consideration



3.12 months for people from 75 years of age, unless the competent doctor with respect

on the State of health of a person considered a shorter period,



(b)) for the pilots of sports flying devices referred to in paragraph 3 (b). (b))



1. unlimited for people below 75 years, unless your doctor with regard to

the State of health of the person assessed limitations on its validity,



2. the 12 months for people from 75 years of age, unless the competent doctor with respect

on the State of health of a person considered a shorter period.



(5) the Qualifications means fulfilment of the conditions laid down for obtaining

permission for the performance of activities associated with the operation of sports flying

device. If it is a condition of registration the relevant qualifications in the pilot

licence, the applicant is required to practice it.



(6) immediately before the flight, during flight and immediately after their flight

is the pilot or pilot student required to have the following valid documents:



and) identity card,



(b)) a pilot license or proof of the pupil,



(c) a certificate of airworthiness) sports flying device,



(d) proof of liability insurance) for damage caused by the operation of the

Sports flying device.



(7) the Pilot or pilot student is obliged to operate a sports

a flying device to follow instructions of the Inspector, the Inspector traffic techniques

or persons exercising State supervision according to this law.



(8) the requirements for an application for the issue of a pilot licence documents

required to accompany the application, the conditions for the initiation of practical training and

separate flights, the method of determining the qualifying conditions for the issue of

pilot licence and the method of determining the qualifying conditions of the persons

carrying out theoretical and practical training shall lay down detailed

legal prescription.



section 84 d



Area for takeoff and landing sports flying device



(1) For takeoffs and landing, when a regular sports

flying device may be used



and if the airline) airport information guide provides for the operation of a particular

the kind of sports flying device at this airport, or

the consent of the operator of the airport,



b) surfaces permanently used to takeoffs and landing aircraft and allowed to

this purpose in territorial planning documentation or in land use decisions,

provided the consent of the owner or operator of the area and the community, on the

whose territory the area.



(2) For takeoffs and landing, when an irregular operation of motor

Sports flying device, and regular and irregular operations

non-motorised sports flying device may be used for any

other areas, subject to the use of the area for this purpose, consent

the owner of the area, under the following conditions:



and lies outside the residential area) area of the village at a distance of at least 100 m from

residential buildings and when operating at a distance of not less than 50 m from the

Sports flying device person non-participating in the operation,



(b) lies outside the territory) area of the National Park, a protected area,

national nature reserves, nature reserves, national nature

monuments and natural sights, if the use of the territory for this purpose

consent, the competent authority for nature protection, and



(c) the area lies outside the territory) zones of sanitary protection of water resources and

protected areas of natural accumulation of water, if the use of the territory of the

zones of sanitary protection of water resources and natural protected areas

the accumulation of water in the water management authority consent.



PART EIGHT



THE PROTECTION OF CIVIL AVIATION AGAINST ACTS OF UNLAWFUL INTERFERENCE



TITLE I OF THE



GENERAL PROVISIONS ON THE PROTECTION OF CIVIL AVIATION AGAINST ACTS OF UNLAWFUL INTERFERENCE



§ 85



The competent authority of



The tasks of the competent authority, including the reporting obligations of the Member State

Of the European Union to the European Commission, according to a directly applicable regulation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) and the regulations issued on its basis shall perform the Office.



§ 85a



The national programmes



(1) the Office publishes and updates the national programmes according to the directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union relating to the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) or the international organization

issued on the basis of an international agreement, which is part of the legal

of the order. National programs include a description of how to ensure the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference.



(2) the national programs Office exposes the way allowing remote

access, unless the directly applicable European Union regulation governing the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) otherwise.



section 85b



The General obligation to protect civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference



Anyone who enters the places used for the protection of civil aviation

from acts of unlawful interference by the directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), it is

When entering these sites, as well as during their stay in them, do

with proper care, so that his behavior did not issue a civil

Aviation risk of infringement, or other such behavior

did not allow.



§ 85 c



Statements to ensure the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference



(1) natural and legal persons to ensure protection of civil aviation

from acts of unlawful interference are to this end in places that are used to

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) empowered to issue to individuals,

that in these places are entering or residing there, commands; in doing so, they are

required to ensure that the commands were adequate for their purpose. Command

means verbal or written instruction to the person against

that instruction is directed, acted in the manner prescribed by this Act, or

directly applicable EU regulation governing civil protection

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), or to refrain from conduct,

that this Act or the directly applicable European Union

governing the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23)

prohibits, or make a point of serving for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference without delay.



(2) a natural person against whom the order is directed, it shall be obliged to

drive.



§ 85 d



General provisions on the screening of persons



Anyone who performs screening of individuals under this Act

and directly applicable European Union legislation governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) is required to perform it

in ways and with the use of such devices that monitor

the purpose of the checks and saves only the dignity of every human being, that is

subject to control. To this end, the manual inspection of individuals

a person of the same sex.



TITLE II



The RELIABILITY of the



§ 85e



Background check



(1) any person who enters into a security restricted unaccompanied

the space under the directly applicable European Union legislation governing

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) must be

reliable, unless otherwise provided by this regulation directly applicable otherwise.

The condition of the reliability of the natural person is her integrity and

credibility.



(2) the verification of the reliability of the natural persons carried out at the request of the authority;

the reliability of a natural person is verified for 5 years. This does not apply,

in the case of a person who carries out the service of the police of the Czech Republic,

The fire brigade of the United States, the customs administration of the Czech

Republic, the prison service of the Czech Republic, the General inspection

security forces, the security information service and the Office for

foreign relations and information, or who is the holder of a valid document

about the safety of natural persons, or a valid certificate


natural persons under the law governing the protection of classified information;

such a person shall be considered reliable under this Act.

If such a person satisfy the condition under the preceding sentence,

without delay and shall notify the person that allowed her to enter without

escorts in a security restricted area.



(3) the request in addition to the General requirements for filing pursuant to the administrative code

contains



and place of birth of the applicant;) If the applicant was born in a foreign country, also

State in whose territory he was born,



(b) the nationality of the applicant)



(c) the name of an existing applicant's employer), designation of origin,

function and description of the work performed,



(d) justification of the necessity to enter) unaccompanied to the dedicated

security space,



(e)) for more information for the period of 5 years before the date of submission of the application, which are



1. the previous nationality of the applicant,



2. the names of previous employers, stating the žadatelových formation date

and termination of employment relationship, the designation of the position held and description

carried out work activities; This applies mutatis mutandis to the service,



3. the names of the persons for whom the applicant obtain education, content and length

This education with indicating the date and the manner of its termination,



4. the continuous stay of the applicant in a foreign State longer than 6 months, and its

the reason and



f) affidavit of truthfulness and completeness of the information in the request

referred to.



(4) the application shall be accompanied by a document similar to the extract from the records of the register

of criminal penalties, the State in which the applicant for the period of 5 years before the date of submission of the application

resided continuously for longer than 6 months, or extract from the register

Criminal record, in the annex, this information is contained. If

the applicant shall attach to the application a stranger, also document a similar statement from the

criminal records to the State of which he is a national, or

an extract from the criminal register, in the annex, this information

contained. Where that State does not issue a document similar to the extract from the register of

Criminal records, the applicant shall be accompanied by an affidavit of good character

made before a notary or the authority of the State of which he is a national,

or before a notary or the authority of the State of the last stay. These papers

must not be older than 3 months.



§ 85f



The integrity and credibility of the



(1) for the purposes of verification of integrity, reliability is considered a natural

a person who was not lawfully convicted for an intentional criminal offence, or

has not been lawfully convicted for an offense committed by negligence in the

connection with the exercise of the activity of the air staff, the operation of

the airport, the provision of air services or operation of air

activities if it does not look as if he has not been convicted.



(2) trusts for the purposes of verification of the reliability is considered a natural

a person who cannot be in connection with its entry to unaccompanied

a security restricted area seen as a specific risk.

Specific risk is reasonable grounds to suspect that the current behavior of the physical

the person, her work or social contacts significantly suggests

that could expose the danger of Civil Aviation Act.



§ 85 g



Verification of identity and integrity



(1) a participant in a proceeding on background checks is the only applicant. The authority after

verifies the identity of the applicant, the initiation of the proceeding and integrity.



(2) for the purposes of identity verification uses the Office from the registry

the population of these reference data:



and) surname,



(b) the name or names),



(c) the address of the place of stay)



(d)) of the date, place and County of birth; for the data subject, who was born in

abroad, the date, place and the State where he was born,



e) date of death; If it is issued the Court's decision on the Declaration of death,

the day that the decision is listed as the day of death or the day that

the data subject is declared dead have survived, and the date of acquisition of legal

the power of this decision,



f) nationality, or more of State citizenship.



(3) for the purposes of identity verification uses the Office of agendového information

system of population register the following information:



and) the name or name, last name,



(b)) date of birth,



(c)) place and County of birth; for the citizen, who was born in a foreign country, location and

State where he was born,



(d)) country of citizenship or more of State citizenship,



(e) the address of the place of residence).



(4) for the purposes of identity verification uses the Office of agendového information

of aliens the following information:



and) the name or name, last name, or change,



(b)) date of birth,



(c)) the place and State of birth, where the alien was born; in the case that

He was born on the territory of the United States, place and County of birth,



(d)) country of citizenship or more of State citizenship,



(e) the address of the place of stay) in the territory of the Czech Republic,



f) date of death or the day that was in the decision of the Court of

Declaration of death is listed as the day of death or the day that the alien

declared dead.



(5) the data which are kept as reference data in the principal registry

the population recovered from the agendového information system registration

of the population or agendového information system for foreigners only if they are

in the shape of the previous status quo.



(6) of the provided data that can be used in a particular case only

such data, which are necessary for the performance of the task.



(7) for the purposes of verifying the integrity of the Authority's requests the extract from the register

Criminal records. Request to issue the statement and the extract from the register Index

penalties shall be communicated in electronic form, in a way that allows

remote access. For the purposes of verifying the integrity of the Office is also entitled to

to request from the Court a copy of the final decision. In the absence of

the decision of the facts relevant for the verification of integrity, the Office is

entitled to inspect those parts of the criminal case file, that these facts

they contain.



(8) where the applicant has stated false information relevant for the verification of the identity

or if it is not blameless, the authority shall issue a decision on its unreliability. In

otherwise, the authority of the police of the Czech Republic to assess its

the trust.



§ 85h



Assessment of trust



The police of the Czech Republic will assess the credibility of a natural person not later than

within 10 days from the date of receipt of the request to the authority and shall take a binding

opinion. For the purposes of assessing the credibility of the police of the Czech

States can request the necessary information from the competent intelligence

services of the Czech Republic. In particularly complex cases, in which the

You cannot judge the credibility within the time limit under the first sentence, the deadline for

issue binding opinions of 20 days from the date of receipt of the request of the Office.

If the binding opinion of the classified information, which the police

The United States argues that, in connection with her

the activity or activities of the intelligence services of the Czech Republic at risk

or seriously impaired, are part of the file that contains such a binding

the opinion shall be excluded from inspection.



§ 85i



the title launched



If the applicant is under a binding opinion of the police of the Czech Republic

trusted, the authority shall issue a decision on its unreliability. This is true even

then, if the proceedings show that the applicant deliberately stated false

details applicable to the verification of the reliability of such data intentionally or

concealed. Otherwise, the authority instead of the written copy of the

proof of the reliability of the decision.



§ 85j



Proof of the reliability of the



(1) proof of reliability is a public document and its period of validity

is 5 years. Theft or loss of the proof of the reliability of the holder

reports of the Office, without delay, and the person who allowed him to unescorted

into a security restricted area.



(2) proof of the reliability has



and) the name or names, first and last name,



(b)) the day, month and year of birth,



c) country of citizenship,



(d)) date of issue and period of validity of and



(e)) the imprint of the official stamp and signature of the authorized official persons.



(3) the validity of the proof of the reliability of the lapse



and the expiry of its period of validity),



(b) the date of application) other legal effects of decisions of the Office on the

the unreliability of its holders issued in proceedings for a review of the

reliability,



(c)) by announcing its stolen or lost,



(d) that such damage) the minutes referred to in it are illegible or is

violated its integrity,



(e) change in some of the information) contained therein,



(f) the holder of the document) by returning to the Office,



g) date of receipt of the new document, or



(h) upon the death of the holder of the document), or his being declared dead.



(4) the holder of the document about the reliability of the authority within 5 days submits a document

whose validity ceased in accordance with paragraph 3 (b). a), b), (d)), e) and (g)), and

without delay and shall notify the person who allowed him to enter without

escorts in a security restricted area. Everyone is obliged to

promptly deliver found proof of the reliability of the authority or the police

Of the Czech Republic.



(5) the holder of the document about the reliability, the validity of which was destroyed by the

paragraph 3 (b). c) to (e)), it shall, within 5 days from the date of termination of the validity of the

The authority for the issue of a new document. In this case, the authority shall issue within 5 days of

the request, a new proof of the reliability of the document, which replaces the

the original.




(6) the form of the document about the reliability of lays down detailed legislation.



§ 85 k



A review of the reliability



(1) the authority shall initiate ex officio procedure for the review of reliability,

If it is found during the lifetime of the document about the reliability of the facts

suggesting that the holder of the document



and) is blameless,



(b)) is not trustworthy, or



c) deliberately false information applicable to the said background checks

or deliberately concealed such information.



(2) a participant in the procedure for the review of reliability is the only one whose

reliability is being reviewed. If the Office finds the facts to suggest

the fact that the holder of the document about the reliability is not trusted, it asks

The police of the Czech Republic to assess its trustworthiness. On the procedure for

a review of the reliability of the provisions of § § 85f, 85 g of paragraph 1. 7 and § 85h

shall apply mutatis mutandis.



(3) if the Office finds that the holder of the document of reliability is not blameless

or trustworthy, shall issue a decision about its unreliability. This is true even

If the holder of the document said about the reliability of deliberately false

details applicable to the verification of the reliability of such data intentionally or

concealed. Otherwise the Office shall by resolution of the Steering stops. Appeal

the decision on unreliable does not have suspensory effect.



§ 85 l



Judicial review



(1) the taking of evidence in judicial proceedings carried out so that the entire

obligation of professional secrecy on classified information contained in the

data from the records of the police of the Czech Republic or the intelligence services

The United States, or in the results of their investigation. These considerations

You can do this only if the evidence of the witness if he was the one who the obligation to

secrecy has, this obligation the competent authority absolved; exempt

confidentiality cannot be only in the case when could endanger or

serious disruption of the activities of the police of the Czech Republic or news

the services of the Czech Republic. If the evidence otherwise than by hearing,

proceeds under this paragraph shall apply mutatis mutandis.



(2) the President of the Chamber decides that the parts of the file that contains the classified

the information will be separated, if in connection with the following information

endanger or seriously affecting the activities of the police of the Czech Republic

or the intelligence services of the Czech Republic; to separate parts of a file

the appellant, his representative and the persons involved in the proceedings to be regarded

they cannot.



TITLE III



THE PROTECTION OF AIRPORTS, AIRCRAFT, PASSENGERS AND BAGGAGE



§ 85 m



Airport security program



(1) the operator of an airport shall not operate without an approved airport

airport security programme by directly applicable legislation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23). Airport security programme approved at the Office

the request of the operator, whose annex is a security program

Airport; This request may be filed and the applicant for a permit to operate the airport

at the same time as the application for authorization to operate the airport.



(2) the authority of the airport security programme shall be approved if the measures

to ensure a sufficient level of protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference at the airport in accordance with this Act and directly

applicable law governing the civil protection of the European Union

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23). Party to the proceedings for approval of

airport security programme is the only applicant. In the procedure for approval of

airport security programme is concerned the authority of the police of the Czech

of the Republic.



(3) a change affecting airport security programme to ensure the

protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference, the authority to approve the

request of the aerodrome operator. On the approval of an amendment to the safety data

the program of the airport, paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis. Other changes

airport security programme, other than those listed in the first sentence,

the airport operator shall immediately notify the authority.



(4) Display the elements and structure of the airport security programme

down detailed legislation.



§ 85n



The obligations of the operator



(1) the aerodrome operator in accordance with a directly applicable regulation

The European Union regulating the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful

actions ^ 23) divides the space of the airport according to the type of applied

security measures in each area, and is marked with a visibly

using appropriate safety elements ensure that pass between them

was only possible for the fulfilment of the conditions laid down in this law and directly

applicable law governing the civil protection of the European Union

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



(2) the aerodrome operator in accordance with a directly applicable regulation

The European Union regulating the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful

actions ^ 23) shall ensure that the



and carrying out checks on persons and) vehicles entering and entering

Airport area,



(b)) the issue of airport identification cards and permission to access, access



(c)) the implementation of screening of persons other than passengers and their

items of things



d) surveillance of the area of the airport.



§ 85o



Information about aircraft security check



An air carrier shall ensure that information on safety inspection

aircraft, as directly applicable European Union legislation governing

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) was for a period of

This regulation provided for a directly applicable also to retained

Board the aircraft.



§ 85p



Screening of passengers, cabin baggage and registered

luggage



(1) the operator of an airport and the air carrier shall ensure that the detection

the screening of passengers, cabin baggage and hold baggage in

accordance with the directly applicable European Union law governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



(2) an air carrier may allow to bring on board the aircraft thing whose

the introduction of a directly applicable regulation prohibits the European Union governing the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), just after the

prior consent of the authority and subject to the conditions laid down in this regulation

Of the European Union. If the air carrier will allow the introduction of such things on board

the aircraft, it shall immediately inform the relevant aerodrome operator.



(3) the authority shall, on request of a natural or legal person shall grant consent to the

by things, which bring on board an aircraft is prohibited directly

applicable law governing the civil protection of the European Union

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) If, having regard to the physical and

the chemical properties of matter and the purpose of its use be considered that its

the introduction does not represent a threat to civil aviation.



(4) the party to the proceedings for grant of the consent of the applicant only. In proceedings of the

consent Authority performs the examination Affairs, whose introduction to the deck

the aircraft is requested. In the decision on the acceptance of things by introducing the Office

lays down the conditions for the safe handling of affairs after its introduction into the

area of the airport and on board the aircraft and the period for which the consent of the

grants.



(5) if the authority has granted consent by authorized official person things

immediately after the release of the decision places the thing into a closable

an opaque cover that visibly affix seal or other

visible locking device with a unique numerical

identifier, referred to in the decision, and in such a way that, from

It could not be a matter of cut, without infringement of the precautionary

resource. Anyone with stuff, you must ensure that the matter will be

placed in a container equipped with a locking device during their introduction

in the area of the airport and on board the aircraft and throughout their store in the

area of the airport and on board the aircraft. An air carrier shall ensure that the case

Since its introduction to the area of the airport safely accompanied by and

safely stored in the area of the airport and on board the aircraft.



§ 85q



The subsequent protection of passengers, cabin baggage and registered

luggage



The airport operator and the air carrier shall ensure that a subsequent protection

passengers, cabin baggage and hold baggage after making

their screening in accordance with a directly applicable regulation

The European Union regulating the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful

actions ^ 23).



§ 85r



Security program providers of air traffic services



(1) a provider of air traffic services shall draw up and complies with the

Security program that includes measures to ensure, in accordance with

This Act and the decision of an international organization, issued on the basis of

the international treaty, which is part of the legal system, sufficient

level of protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) when

provision of air traffic services.



(2) a provider of air traffic services without undue delay

the Office shall make available, on request of your security program.



(3) Content requirements and the structure of the security program

a provider of air traffic services shall adopt detailed legal

prescription.



TITLE IV



PROTECTION OF CARGO, MAIL AND GOODS BY THE AIR CARRIER



§ 85s



The person performing the safety inspection in connection with the load and

mail instead of a regulated agent



(1) a natural or legal person in the position of the regulated agent according to the


directly applicable European Union legislation governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) may the implementation of the

security controls for cargo and mail out

establishment of the delegate to another natural or legal person, where

its responsibilities ensuring a sufficient level of civil

aviation against acts of unlawful interference in your security program and

ensure their proper implementation.



(2) a natural or legal person may carry out security check

cargo and mail instead of an approved agent outside its

an establishment with the consent of the authority granted to her request. In addition to the request

General requirements for filing pursuant to the administrative code contains a definition of the

type and extent of security checks, which the applicant intends to carry out.



(3) the authority shall grant approval if the applicant



and) meets the conditions directly applicable European Union law

governing the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) for

the implementation of the security controls detailed in the application and



(b)) for this activity has introduced measures to ensure its proper

implementation.



(4) a person conducting a safety inspection in connection with the load and

mail instead of the regulated agent shall immediately announce

The Office of the change in facts affecting grant approval.



(5) the authority shall withdraw the consent, if the person has been granted,



and) no longer fulfils the conditions for the granting of consent,



(b) a serious breach of obligations) established by this Act, or

directly applicable EU regulation governing civil protection

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), or



(c)) of the withdrawal of consent.



§ 85t



The register of persons authorized to perform security checks in respect of

with cargo and postal items instead of the approved agent



(1) there is hereby established a register of persons authorized to perform non-public

safety inspection in connection with cargo and postal items

instead of an approved agent (hereinafter referred to as the "register of authorized persons"),

the purpose of which is directly applicable in accordance with the EU regulation

governing the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23)

make available an overview on these people and their services approved

agents.



(2) the administrator of the Office of the register of authorized persons. They have access to it

only approved agents, which the Office Access remotely.



(3) the authority shall enter the person has given consent to the implementation of the security

checks in connection with the cargo and mail instead of

approved agent in the register of authorized persons within 3 days from the date of

legal force of the decision on the granting of such consent.



(4) in the register of authorized persons are processed these kinds of personal

data on physical persons who do not undertake:



and) the name or names,



(b)) the last name,



(c)) date of birth, and



(d) the address of the place of residence), or another residence on the territory of the United

of the Republic.



(5) in the case of a natural person-entrepreneur, in the register of authorized

people are processed the following types of personal data:



and the business name or name), or names, first and last name,



(b) the address of the head office)



(c) the identification number of the person) if it has been allocated.



(6) in the register of authorized persons are processed these kinds of data on

legal entities:



and the business name or name),



(b) the address of the head office)



(c) the identification number of the person) if it has been allocated.



(7) in the register of authorized people are further processed by these kinds of

data:



and) registration date and



(b) the date of cancellation).



(8) personal data are in the register of authorized people processed for

the duration of the agreement for the implementation of the security controls in relation to the

cargo and mail instead of an approved agent; After the withdrawal of the

the consent of the Authority such information promptly disposed of.



§ 85u



Screening and follow-up Affairs of the air carrier protection



An air carrier shall ensure that the screening of their affairs and

their subsequent protection after performing screening in accordance with the

directly applicable EU regulation governing civil protection

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



TITLE V OF THE



PROFESSIONAL REQUIREMENTS



§ 85v



Recruitment



Anyone who intends to take the basic employment relationship

a natural person for the purpose of performance of work activities provided for directly

applicable law governing the civil protection of the European Union

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), subjected to the candidates receiving

proceedings involving verification of the applicants before taking out the basic

employment relationship in accordance with this regulation directly applicable

Of the European Union. Verification of the applicants before taking up employment with the

does not perform, if the applicant is subject to background checks by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



§ 85w



Training



Anyone for whom a person fulfils the obligations related to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference, ensure that these individuals have undergone

training in accordance with the directly applicable European Union law

governing the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



§ 85x



Implementation of training



(1) a natural person may conduct training by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) on the basis of authorisation issued by the

the request of the authority.



(2) in addition to the General requirements for filing a request under the administrative code

It contains a proposal for the type of training provided directly applicable legislation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) that the applicant intends to carry out. The application shall be

be accompanied by a



and) proof of the highest educational attainment in the original or a certified

a copy of the,



b) affidavit of current practice in the field of civil

aviation against acts of unlawful interference that contains a description of all

carried out activities related to the protection of civil aviation against

unlawful acts, including the length of their duration, and



(c)) the draft content, scope and forms of training which the applicant intends to

take place.



(3) the authorization to conduct the training shall, unless



and) the applicant



1. has attained the age of 18 years,



2. have at least a full secondary education with the GCSE,



3. for a period of at least 1 year to exercise activities in the area of the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference,



4. in the context of the administrative procedure has demonstrated expertise and practical

the skills needed for the implementation of the proposed kind expert

the preparation and



(b)) the draft content, scope and forms of training which the applicant intends to

make that matches the conditions for the implementation of the training

According to the applicable European Union legislation directly governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



(4) a participant in the proceedings for the issue of permits is the only applicant. Professional

knowledge and practical skills of the applicant in the proceedings prove

theoretical and practical examination before the three-member expert Commission

composed of staff of the Office, whose members are appointed by and removed by the General

Director of the Office.



(5) the authority in the decision to issue a permit indicating the nature of the training

According to the applicable European Union legislation directly governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) that the applicant is

authorised to carry out, and the period of validity of the decision.



(6) the Office shall cancel the licence issued, if a natural person undertaking the

training (hereinafter referred to as "tutor")



and the conditions for the implementation) of the training provided for in this

by law or directly applicable EU regulation governing the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), or



(b) the revocation of the authorisation requested).



(7) the content and format of the tests, which demonstrate the expertise and

practical skills of the applicant for authorization to carry out professional

preparation, lays down the law.



§ 85y



Completion of training



(1) training in accordance with the applicable legislation of the European Union directly

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) is

topped with a test. Those who successfully graduated training,

supervisor of that fact shall issue a written document. If there is no physical

the person holds a valid document of completion of training shall not

perform the activities with which the training is directly related.



(2) the period of validity of the document of physical training

persons carrying out activities directly related to the implementation of detection

the checks, which directly applicable European Union regulation governing the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) stores successfully

training at least once over the course of 6 months shall be 6

months. In other cases, the validity of proof of completion of professional

training is 2 years.



(3) the form of the document about the training provides detailed

legal prescription.



§ 85z



cancelled




A canine unit and the training of dogs for detection of explosives



(1) a natural or legal person may carry out professional training

a canine unit and dogs intended for the detection of explosives by directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union relating to the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) on the basis of a permit issued on the request of the

By the authority.



(2) in addition to the General requirements for filing a request under the administrative code

contains the name or names, and surname of the trainers of the specified

by the applicant to the assurance of vocational training (hereinafter referred to as "the guarantor of

training "). The application shall be accompanied by



and a document certifying the applicant's permission) to the management of explosives on

the territory of the Czech Republic,



(b)) a document certifying the permission to sponsor the training for dealing with

explosives on the territory of the Czech Republic,



c) affidavit about the current practice of training the guarantor in the field

training dogs that contains a description of all activities, including

the length of their duration, and



(d) the content of the proposal, scope) and forms of vocational training, which the applicant intends to

take place.



(3) the authorisation to carry out vocational training shall, unless



and) the applicant performs the screening by directly applicable legislation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),



b) guarantor of training at least for 5 years has pursued activities in the area

training dogs and in the administrative procedure has demonstrated expertise and

the practical skills necessary for the detection of explosives and the proper

vocational training and assurance



(c) the content of the proposal, scope) and forms of vocational training, which the applicant intends to

take place, involves the use of resources to ensure the achievement of the

sufficient ability of dogs and the revealing matches for

the implementation of vocational training according to the directly applicable legislation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



(4) a participant in the proceedings for the issue of permits is the only applicant. Professional

knowledge and practical skills training in the management of the guarantor shall demonstrate

a theoretical test and a practical test before the three-Member Support Center

the Commission, whose members are appointed by and removed by the Director-General of the Office. Most of the

the members of the Commission are members or employees of the police of the Czech

Republic or the army of the Czech Republic, the focus of the activities is

implementation of training dogs for explosives detection. Actually

incurred costs associated with the management of the issue of the permit shall be paid by the applicant.

Authorisation is valid for a period of 5 years.



(5) the Office shall cancel the licence issued, where a natural or legal person

undertaking professional training



and the conditions for implementing the) vocational training provided for in this

by law or directly applicable EU regulation governing the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), or



(b) the revocation of the authorisation requested).



(6) the content and form of the theory test and a practical test, in which

demonstrate professional knowledge and practical skills to sponsor training and

the means to ensure that an adequate detection abilities of dogs

down detailed legislation.



TITLE VI OF THE



THE MEANS USED TO PROTECT CIVIL AVIATION AGAINST ACTS OF UNLAWFUL

The ACTS of



§ 86



The use of means to protect civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference



Natural or legal person that provides the implementation for the detection

inspections under this Act or the regulation directly applicable European

the Union relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful

actions ^ 23), shall ensure that the means used to protect civil aviation

from acts of unlawful interference (hereinafter referred to as "safety devices"), used

in the implementation of screening, comply with the requirements on the revealing

skills, technical and operational security settings prescribed in this

directly applicable European Union law.



§ 86a



Dogs intended for the detection of explosives



(1) a natural or legal person that provides the implementation for the detection

control, compliance with this obligation to allow the use of a dog destined to

the detection of explosives, only if the person performing the tasks of a dog handler

issued by the authority authorised to exercise this activity. This does not apply in the case of the dog

used for the detection of explosives by the police of the Czech Republic or the military

Of the Czech Republic.



(2) the authority shall, at the request of the natural person fulfilling tasks of a dog handler issues a permit to

the use of the dog intended to detect explosives, if this person was, together with the

a dog that is equipped with an electronic chip has successfully trained by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) and in the administrative procedure

demonstrate professional knowledge and practical skills necessary for

the detection of explosives laid down by this regulation directly applicable

Of the European Union.



(3) the request in addition to the General requirements for filing pursuant to the administrative code

contains the designation of the subject of the screening, for which dog will be designed to

the detection of explosives used by the applicant. Furthermore, the request contains the following data

specifying the identity of the dog, which the applicant intends to when screening

enjoy:



and) the name or names,



(b)) date of birth,



c) breed



d) gender,



e) identifier that is stored on an electronic chip, which is a dog

equipped with.



(4) the application shall be accompanied by proof of successful completion of a vocational

training a canine unit under directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



(5) a participant in the proceedings for the issue of permits is the only applicant. Professional

knowledge and practical skills of the person performing the tasks necessary for the dog handler

the detection of explosives in proceedings demonstrate the theoretical examination and

a practical test by the directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).

The theoretical test and a practical test shall be carried out before a

Expert Commission, with members appointed and recalled by the Director-General

The Office. Most of the members of the Commission are members or employees of

Police of the Czech Republic or the army of the United States, filling the

activity is the implementation of training dogs for explosives detection.

Part of the practical test is to validate the detection capabilities also

the dog, which the applicant intends to use. Actually incurred costs associated with

proceedings relating to the issue of the permit shall be paid by the applicant. The authority in extradition decision

the authorisation shall specify the period of validity of the data and identifying a dog

which the applicant intends to use during the screening.



(6) the Office shall cancel the licence issued, if the holder of the authorisation



and conditions for the use of) the dog intended to detect explosives at

screening provided for in this law or directly applicable

the EU regulation governing the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), or



(b) the cancellation of an authorisation).



(7) an appeal against a decision to revoke the permit does not have suspensory effect.



section 86b



A different way of implementing screening



(1) the authority shall, on request of a natural or legal person that provides

the implementation of screening, may allow this person to

to ensure the implementation of the screening in a different manner than what

provides for the directly applicable European Union governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) including the use of

security resource that uses the latest scientific

knowledge, are subject to the conditions laid down in this directly applicable

the EU regulation.



(2) a participant in the proceedings for the issue of permits is the only applicant. Office in

the decision on authorisation shall specify the conditions allowed the way

the implementation of the screening and the period of validity of the authorisation.



(3) the Office shall cancel the licence issued, if the holder of the authorisation



a) fulfils the conditions for the enabled method of implementing screening

established by this Act, a directly applicable regulation in the European Union

governing the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) or

a decision on the issue of the permit, or



(b) the cancellation of an authorisation).



(4) an appeal against a decision to revoke the permit does not have suspensory effect.



TITLE VII



BASIC, SPECIAL AND EXTRAORDINARY MEASURES



§ 86 c



The obligation of notification



(1) a natural or legal person who proposes to operate an airport or

commercial air services under this Act or practise

the regulated agent, a known consignor, the approved vendor

catering supplies or supervisor according to the directly applicable legislation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), shall notify this fact to the authority at least 45 days

before submitting an application for the issue of the decision of the administrative authority of the founding

the right to exercise this activity. For a natural or legal person who

intends to pursue professional training a canine unit and dogs intended for the detection of

explosives, and to the natural or legal person who proposes to carry out

safety inspection in connection with cargo and postal items


instead of an approved agent outside of its place of business, the first sentence shall apply

by analogy.



(2) any natural or legal person who proposes to carry out the activities of the Standing

the sender, a well known supplier of catering supplies, or a known vendor

Airport inventory by directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),

shall notify this fact to the authority at least 45 days prior to the date of commencement of performance of the

This activity. For another natural or legal person who proposes to

to transport cargo and/or mail subjected to security

controlled by directly applicable European Union legislation governing

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), first sentence

apply, mutatis mutandis.



(3) a natural or legal person shall forthwith inform the authority of the change

the facts contained in the notification; This does not apply if,

decision establishing the right to perform its work force.



section 86 d



Basic measures



(1) if the Office receives a notice pursuant to § 86 c, without undue delay, lays down

ex officio on the basis of a decision of the European Commission relating to the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference, and within the limits of

a natural or legal person who has made this announcement, basic

the measures necessary to ensure a sufficient level of civil

aviation against acts of unlawful interference in the exercise of its activities (hereinafter referred to as

"basic measures"). This does not apply where the Office has reason to suspect that

the notifier could exploit their knowledge of basic measures and

to expose the danger of Civil Aviation Act. In such a

If his Office without undue delay shall communicate this fact. Procedure

pursuant to this paragraph shall not apply to access to the EU classified information

under the law governing the protection of classified information.



(2) a participant in the proceedings for the determination of the basic measures is only one

which basic measures set forth the "recipient (hereinafter the basic

the measures "). The decision laying down the basic measures, is

the first act in the proceedings. Appeal against a decision does not have suspensory effect.



(3) if it is necessary to check the performance of the core measures, the Office may

in the decision, beneficiaries of the basic measures to save the obligation to inform the

It is about the facts relevant for the assessment of the content and scope of performance

of its activities.



(4) everyone is obliged to keep confidential the facts contained

in the decision establishing the basic measures have been established; This does not apply,

If these facts makes a natural or legal person who is a

strictly necessary for the fulfilment of their obligations imposed by law or

directly applicable EU regulation governing civil protection

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23).



(5) the date of the enforceability of the decision establishing the baseline

the measures, not the recipient of the basic measures to carry out the activity with which the

These measures are directly related.



(6) if the Office finds the facts on the basis of which it is necessary to change the

laid down the basic measures, in particular if there is a change in the decision

The European Commission relating to the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference, the decision establishing such measures was established,

changes. In this case, the Authority also provides for a time limit for compliance with the obligations

arising from changes in the basic measures. Pass away if the reason the determination

the basic measures, the Office of the decision establishing such measures was

established, abolished. On the management of the change or cancellation of the decision is

the provisions of paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis.



§ 86e



Special measures



(1) If this is a directly applicable regulation the European Union governing the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), the Office may, after

assessment of local conditions to the operator of an airport or

air carriers on request special measures containing derogations

the provisions of this regulation directly applicable European Union if

Special measures continue to ensure a sufficient level of protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference.



(2) a participant in the proceedings for the determination of the special measure is only one

which specific measures determined.



(3) if the Office finds the facts on the basis of which it is necessary to change the

provided for special measures, a decision which such action has been

determined to change. In this case the Office shall also the deadline to meet

the obligations resulting from the modification of the special measure. Will vanish if the reason

the determination of the special measures, or if so requested by the airport operator

or the air carrier to whom special measures were established, the Office shall

the decision, which was made for such a measure. On the procedure for

change or cancellation of the decision, the provisions of paragraph 2 shall apply mutatis mutandis.

The appeal against the decision on the amendment or repeal of a decision which was

provided for special measures, does not have suspensory effect.



§ 86 ° f



Emergency measures



(1) if the airport operator civil aviation that is

immediately at risk particularly serious criminal offence shall immediately

shall take the time necessary additional measures:



and more stringent implementation of the controls the way) at the airport,



b) more stringent conditions for entry and entry into the area of the airport,



c) stricter procedures for ensuring surveillance of the airport, or



(d)) limit or stop operations of the airport.



(2) If an air carrier that civil aviation is immediately

threatened by a particularly serious criminal offence, without delay, shall on the

time required more stringent method of carrying out the checks or stricter

How to ensure the safe operation of commercial air transportation.



(3) if the operator of an airport or air carrier new

the facts on the basis of which it is necessary to change adopted by the extraordinary

measures, such measures will change. Pass away if the reason the adoption of the extraordinary

measures, the operator of an airport or air carrier of such measures

cancels.



(4) the adoption, amendment or cancellation of the emergency measures shall notify the

the operator of an airport or air carrier shall, without delay, of the authority.



(5) if the civil aviation immediately threatened, especially severe

unlawful offence and did not accept the extraordinary measures the operator

Airport or air carrier, or if such a measure is not sufficient,

order the extraordinary measures ex officio authority.



(6) the party to the proceedings on extraordinary measures regulation is only one

that extraordinary measures are ordered. The decision ordering the

extraordinary measures is the first act in the proceedings. The appeal against the

the decision does not have suspensory effect. The release of the decision of the Office, without undue

delay, notify to the European Commission.



(7) if the Office finds new facts on the basis of which it is necessary to

change ordered by the extraordinary measures, a decision establishing such measures

was ordered to change. Will vanish if the reason is the extraordinary measures, regulation

The decision establishing the Office of such a measure has been ordered, cancelled. On the management of

on the change or cancellation of the decision, the provisions of paragraph 6 apply

by analogy.



PART NINE



STATE ADMINISTRATION AND ADMINISTRATIVE DELICTS IN CIVIL AVIATION



TITLE I OF THE



STATE ADMINISTRATION



§ 87



(1) State administration in Affairs of civil aviation exercises in accordance with this

of the law and to the extent defined by it, and by international agreements to which

are part of the legal order, the Ministry of transport, the authority and the Institute.



(2) State administration in matters of military aviation exercises in accordance with this

of the law and to the extent established by the Ministry of defence.



§ 88



(1) the Department of transportation under this Act



and management of aircraft) performs the IP addresses for the Czech Republic

international organizations,



(b)) provides for operation of an airport that is not the owner of the

the airport able to ensure its operation on its own or

through another operator,



c) issues



1. decision on the introduction of operating restrictions to reduce the noise on the

the airport,



2. the decision on whether the airport price list published, its ingredients and

the method of their determination are not contrary to § 42e,



d) exposes the way allowing remote access to the list of airports

that the provisions of title VI, part four



e) exposes the way allowing remote access a comprehensive report on

the results of supervision of fulfilling the obligations of the operator and airport

the air carrier and the proceedings initiated pursuant to Title VI, part four



f) checks the fulfilment of the obligations of the operator airport and air

the carrier pursuant to Title VI, part four. "



(g)) in cooperation with the Ministry of defence and the Ministry of the Interior

provides air search and rescue,



h) decides on the grant of and the withdrawal of the movement law of the air carriers

The European Union,



I) decide on the authorisation and revocation of an authorisation to operate a regular

commercial air transport operations and a non-scheduled commercial air transportation

an air carrier of a third country,



j) approve the operational and technical rules for the operation of sports

flying devices and training curriculum,



to consent to) grants for the purpose of the exercise of State administration,




l) instructs a legal person the exercise of State administration in Affairs

Sports flying device and withdrawing the granted credentials



m) hears administrative offences of physical and legal persons in the field of

operation of sports flying device,



n) shall appoint a representative of the Czech Republic to the Executive Board of the European Agency

for aviation safety and the Committee appointed by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union ^ 1 c)



about) is the State authority concerned the acquisition of spatial planning

documentation and in land use management, as they relate to aircraft structures,



p) submits the opinion to the politics of territorial development and spatial planning

documentation from the point of view of the interests of air transport,



q) maintains a database, grants and withdraws the credentials of a legal entity to conduct

database, protects and provides access to the database in accordance with § 51a.



(2) the Department of transportation is the appellate authority in the administrative proceedings against the

the decision, issued by the Authority under this Act. When deciding on the

the appeal against the decision to withdraw the licence to pursue the

the activities of a member of the aviation personnel because of the incapacity is

The Ministry of transport bound to the opinion of the Ministry of health.



(3) the Department of transportation is the appellate authority in the administrative proceedings against the

by decision of an authorised person issued pursuant to this Act.



(4) the Department of transportation is the appellate authority in the administrative proceedings against the

the decision, issued by the Institute under this Act.



(5) the Department of transportation is authorized, in exceptional circumstances, that

immediately and seriously endanger civil aviation, to issue commands to the

flights in the period strictly necessary.



§ 89



(1) the authority shall



and) works with the European Aviation Safety Agency and closes

with her contract on the terms of cooperation,



(b)) perform the tasks of the national supervisory authority according to the directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union ^ 1e)



c) entrusts the



1. a legal person in the discharge of the tasks in the field of conformity assessment, or

suitability for use of the constituents and verification systems of the European network management

air traffic controllers and withdrawing the granted credentials



2. assessment and verification of the conformity of the product's characteristics, the assessment and

verification of airworthiness or by checking the airworthiness

legal or natural person and suspending or withdrawing the granted

credentials,



3. the doctor's provider of health care services and in agreement with the Ministry of

of Defense and the Ministry of health specifies the providers of health

services,



4. a natural or legal person evaluation schedules

air carriers and the issuance of related recommendations



d) oversees the implementation of the duties of an air carrier regarding refunds

and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or

long delay of flights and handles complaints on violations of these

obligations,



e) Decides



1. for approval of a product and verifies and assesses the conformity of the property

of the product,



2. the issuing of airworthiness and restricted certificates of airworthiness and

validates the airworthiness,



3. on the airworthiness approval product manufactured and individually

issuance of certificates of airworthiness,



4. flight of the incapacity of the aircraft and withdrawing the certificate

eligibility and recognizes as a valid airworthiness certificate issued by the

the other State,



5. the nature of the airport and its change



6. on the temporary interruption of the operation of an airport or a part thereof,



(f)) performs the airworthiness,



g) holds a certificate of airworthiness by the time of the defect in the

of airworthiness,



h) grants consent to the test flying,



I) Approves, recognises and checks the eligibility of parts and

equipment and aircraft ground equipment for use in civil

Aviation,



(j)) issues, suspends and withdrawing permission to perform development,

designing, manufacturing, testing, installation, maintenance, repairs, modifications and

structural changes of products, parts and appliances, and air

ground installations,



k) allocates and withdraws the aircraft address and keep a list of all allocated

aircraft addresses



l) keeps records of aviation personnel, issues a certificate of qualification

aviation personnel and recognizes the validity of the licence of an air

personnel issued by another State, restrains or withdrawing the licence

eligibility of aviation personnel, directs and performs the authentication of its

the professional and airworthiness, verification of professional competence, or

review of the health of a member of the air staff and limits

or prohibited activity to which it is a member of the aviation personnel shall be entitled to,



m) approve the flight safety of the operator and the deviation from the standard

the safety of the flight, the standards for the individual years, operator



n) issues a permit to operate the airport and decides on its cancellation,



o) keeps records of airports,



p) determines the operating airport as schedules facilitated or

coordinated airport and instructs the Coordinator through the distribution of free

slots to air carriers,



q) oversees the implementation of the obligations of the operator of airport and air

the carrier relating to respect for the rights of people with disabilities and

persons with reduced mobility,



r) oversees the implementation of obligations relating to air carrier

the information of air transport passengers by directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union ^ 1i)



with the competent authority in accordance with) is directly applicable European Union legislation

governing rules for issuing licences and certain

certification of air traffic controllers ^ 16),



t) hears administrative offences of physical and legal persons in the field of

operation of sports flying device,



in carrying out the duties of domestic) checks the air carrier

develop a plan to help the victims of air accidents and their relatives,



in) monitor the implementation of measures adopted in the wake of the Institute released

the safety recommendations by directly applicable European Union legislation

governing the investigation of accidents and incidents in civil aviation ^ 19),



w) hears administrative offences of natural and legal persons in the field of

the introduction of procedures for monitoring the implementation of measures adopted in

following the Institute issued safety recommendations by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union governing the investigation of accidents and

incidents in civil aviation, ^ 19) and



x) leads an air register and shall decide on the



1. registration of the aircraft register and of the deletion of the aircraft from air

the register,



2. the registration of the lien to the aircraft in the Air and of the deletion of

the lien of the register,



3. the provisional allocation of aircraft registration marks or address,



4. the allocation of aircraft, ground equipment and the encoding of the address

Sports flying device and



5. change in the particulars recorded in the register.



(2) the authority shall also



and approves and deleted) operational capacity of the airport,



(b)) is a special Building Authority for air structures,



(c)) shall set up protection zones for the protection of aircraft structures,



(d)), in agreement with the regional hygiene station establishes protective

noise bandwidth



e) consents



1. establishment of facilities and to carry out activities in protection zones

Air buildings and outside the protection zone of the location of the buildings and equipment

exceeding a specified height or construction and equipment, which may

compromise the safety of air navigation, or to have a disruptive effect on the

provided for aviation equipment



2. legal or natural person to provide aviation telecommunications

services, aviation weather services, aeronautical information services,

services during the pre-flight and flight monitoring, service creation

flight procedures,



3. the legal or natural person to provide ground-handling services and

decides on its withdrawal,



4. to operate public performances,



(f)), in agreement with the Department of Defense divides the airspace of the United

Republic,



(g) the measures of a general nature) publishes, which restricts or prohibits the

the use of airspace of the Czech Republic,



h) instructs the legal entity or natural person providing

airport services and withdrawing the granted credentials



I), issue a certificate in accordance with regulation directly applicable in the European Union

relating to the provision of air navigation services in the single

European sky ^ 18),



j) specifies the legal person and the determination of the legal entity to provide a

air traffic and meteorological services by directly applicable

Regulation of the European Union relating to the creation of the single European

the sky and its functioning ^ 17),



to) approve the contract on the use of the service agreement concluded by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the provision of air

navigation services in the single European sky ^ 18),



l) repealed the legal entity permission to provide air traffic services

or meteorological services on the basis of the contract of use of services of a closed

According to the applicable European Union legislation directly governing the

provision of air navigation services in the single European sky ^ 18),



m) in agreement with the Department of Defense reserves part of the airspace

United States to flying,




n) published a communication about it, that is the use of airspace of the Czech

Republic to the flying over certain areas permanently or temporarily unsafe

in the aeronautical information manual, or other appropriate means,



about) issues



1. the measures of a general nature, introducing measures to regulate the

check-in services to ensure the safety, security or operational

airport congestion,



2. the authorisation to flying the plane without a pilot,



3. a license to operate a commercial air transport and shall decide on its

change or withdrawal,



4. the air operator's certificate and decides on its withdrawal,



5. the authorisation to operate the aerial works,



6. authorisation for the operation of aviation activity for their own account,



7. the restriction or prohibition of flying a particular sports flying device,



p) decide on the restrictions of commercial air transportation, unless it is a case where the

This decision has been entrusted under a special legal regulation

any other authority,



q) secures the performance of State administration in matters of sports flying

the device, if it is not secured with a responsible person,



r) entrusts the performance of the legal entity of the State supervision of the provision of

air navigation services and withdrawing the granted credentials



with other tasks) provided for by specific legislation ^ 6b) and directly

the applicable provisions of the European Union,



t) ensures the coordination of civil-military air traffic

air traffic.



(3) the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference



and) perform the tasks of the competent authority, including information obligations

the Member State of the European Union to the European Commission, by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) and regulations issued on his

basis,



(b)), updates and publishes the national programs by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) or by decision of the international

the Organization issued on the basis of an international agreement, which is part of the

the rule of law,



(c)) and a review of the reliability of the validation carried out on persons entering the

the security restricted area under directly applicable legislation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),



(d) approves the airport security program) and its amendments,



(e) consent to allow) grants injecting things, whose introduction into the space

the airport and on board aircraft is prohibited directly applicable law

The European Union regulating the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful

actions ^ 23),



f) grants and withdraws consent to the implementation of the security controls in

connection with the cargo and postal items instead of the approved

the agent outside of its place of business,



(g)) is the administrator of the register of persons authorized to perform security

control related to cargo and mail instead of

the regulated agent,



h) publishes and repeals the authorization to conduct the training according to the

directly applicable European Union legislation governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),



I) issued a permit to the implementation and training a canine unit

and dogs for detection of explosives by directly applicable legislation

The European Union provides for the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),



j) issues a permit for use shall be deleted and the dog intended for the detection of explosives

When you perform a screening,



to be issued and a permit) to ensure the implementation of screening

in a different manner than what provides a directly applicable regulation

Union governing the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),



l) sets out, changed and deleted the basic measures necessary to ensure

a sufficient level of protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference

under section 86,



m) establishes, amends and repeals the special measures containing derogations from

the provisions directly applicable European Union legislation governing

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) under section 86e and



n) decide on the regulation, amendment and cancellation of the emergency measures referred to in paragraph

86 ° f.



TITLE II



STATE SUPERVISION



§ 90



the title launched



(1) State supervision in civil aviation duties in the scope of their

the scope of the Ministry of transport, the authority and the Institute.



(2) a mandate to exercise State supervision takes the form of a licence.



(3) in the exercise of State supervision in flight is a controlled person in the

extent and carry the controlling aircraft.



(4) the details and pattern for the performance of State supervision card provides

the implementing legislation.



§ 91



(1) if the controlling in the exercise of State supervision violations

the obligations laid down by the legislation in civil aviation, according to the

needs and the nature of the identified shortcomings, the method and time limit for stores

the removal of these deficiencies and their causes.



(2) if it can be immediately threatened the life or health of persons or

air safety, controlling the performance of the activity, disables

or withheld documents relating to this activity. The Ministry of

transport or Office shall begin within 10 days since the release of the decision of the administrative procedure

related to the prohibition of the performance of activities or retention of documents.

Decision on the prohibition of the exercise of the activity ceases to have effect on the date of their

the administrative procedure associated with the ban by a final decision.



(3) a person must be checked to allow persons entitled to international

organizations or by the European Commission the performance of inspection activity in accordance with the

the international agreement that is part of the rule of law, or in accordance with the

directly applicable European Union law ^ 7a).



§ 91a



(1) in the exercise of State supervision over the technical condition of the aircraft, the authority

carried out on the apron of the airport control of aircraft landing at

the territory of the United States and registered in the register state

not a Member State of the European Union, in particular where the



and) finds that it is not adequately carried out maintenance of aircraft or that the aircraft

is damaged or has a technical or operating faults (hereinafter referred to as

"technical glitches"),



(b)) after the entry of the aircraft to the Czech Republic's airspace occurred

violation of rules of the air in a way that raises the fear of danger

the safety of flying,



c) suspects that the previously identified technical defects were not removed,



d) finds that the competent authorities of the State in which the register is

the plane, registered to exercise appropriate supervision of the technical condition of

aircraft,



(e)) of the data pursuant to section 12a paragraph 1. 1 consider that the aircraft operator threatens

the safety of flying,



(f)) previous review on the apron of the airport revealed technical

defects in the planes of the same operator.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall not apply to State aircraft referred to in

the international treaty, which is part of the legal order ^), and 1j aircraft

that does not serve commercial air transport, and whose maximum take off

weight of less than 5 700 kg.



(3) on the outcome of the checks referred to in paragraph 1, the processes controlling

the Protocol, which shall be forwarded to the Commander shall, without delay after the end of the inspection.



(4) on the basis of the results of the checks referred to in paragraph 1, the authority processes the message,

which it shall transmit to the European Commission within 15 working days from the date of implementation

checks. Upon request, the authority shall report to the competent authorities of the Member

States of the European Union and the Agency. If the check shows that the aircraft

does not meet the conditions laid down pursuant to section 102 aviation regulations para. 2

(a). a) and may affect the safety of flying, the authority shall without delay report

the aircraft operator, the competent authorities of the Member States of the European

Union, the European Commission and the competent authorities of the State in which the register is

the aircraft registered. Office shall periodically inform the Agency of receipt and

implementation of measures to remedy the shortcomings found during the inspections referred to in

of paragraph 1.



(5) in the Protocol referred to in paragraph 3 and in the report referred to in paragraph 4, the

does not indicate the persons who provided information about the technical condition of the aircraft

without request.



(6) decision, which, in the exercise of control of aircraft on apron

area airport stores how to remedy deficiencies affecting

the safety of flying and their causes, has until the removal of these

effect of grounding deficiencies. Part of the decision is a statement indicating

deleting gaps for endangering the safety of flying.



(7) at the request of the controlled person, the authority may, in agreement with the authority of the State in

the register is an aircraft registered or State

executing the supervision of the technical condition of the aircraft, the decision

to exclude the effect of the ban on flight referred to in paragraph 6; part of the decision are

the conditions of the flight to an aerodrome at which the deficiencies can be

endangering the safety of flying. If the deficiencies concern threatening

the safety of flying in conditions of airworthiness, the Office may

to exclude the effect of the ban on flight only, where they receive the authorization of the authorities of the State,

the airspace is to be used to fly to the airport, on which the

can be remedied.



(8) the Office's employees are obliged to maintain confidentiality of the results of


inspections of the technical condition of the aircraft carried out on the ramp

the airport, provided to them by the competent authorities of the Member States

Of the European Union. Obligation of professional secrecy shall not apply to

the mutual provision of information between administrations in ensuring the

the safety of flying.



(9) the authority shall, on request to the competent authority of the Member State of the European

Union list of international airports, along with the number of take-offs and landings

aircraft referred to in paragraph 1 and with the number of checks carried out in accordance with

paragraph 1 on each of these airports per calendar year.



(10) at the request of controlled persons shall exercise control of aircraft on

the apron of the airport is in the English language; This does not apply,

If you do not agree with this other person who controlled checking is

carried out, or if it would jeopardize the purpose of the scrutiny or if

such a procedure to the authority associated with unfair costs. About how to

execution of the request in the first sentence shall be recorded in the log; If this is in

the performance of the checks in the English language, the Protocol takes in c

Czech and English. If it is in the performance of the checks in the English language,

be prepared with a judgment given in proceedings in a place that builds on the

the inspection, in Czech and English language. In the event of a conflict

between the Czech and the English wording of the Protocol or the decision is crucial

the Czech version.



(11) the presentation of the report referred to in paragraph 3 and model report pursuant to paragraph 4

down detailed legislation.



section 91 b;



(1) the authority in the exercise of State supervision over provision of air

navigation services by directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the creation of the single European sky and its functioning ^ 17)

or an international agreement, which is part of the legal order, works

with the competent authorities of the other Member States of the European Union or

another State which is party to an international agreement (the

"another Member or a third State"). To this end, the Office may conclude with

the competent authority of another Member or of a third State a written contract

cooperation shall include



and the designation of the Contracting Parties)



(b) the definition of the subject of the contract)



(c)) the rights and obligations of the parties and



d) manner and conditions of withdrawal.



(2) if provided for by an international agreement, which is part of the legal

the order, the Office also carries out State supervision over the performance of representation duties

provision of air navigation services in the territory of another Member or

of a third State. In this case, checks whether the provider of air

navigation services, which issued the certificate or assigned by

directly applicable European Union legislation governing the provision of

air navigation services in the single European sky ^ 18) and that

provides air navigation services on the territory of another Member or

third State, satisfies the obligations arising for it from the legislation

and the decision of the competent authority of another Member or of a third State.



(3) in the exercise of State supervision over the exercise of responsibilities in the provision of

air navigation services on the territory of another Member or a third

the State Authority shall take into account only those laws and decisions

the competent authority of another Member or of a third State that had this

the Authority announced.



(4) all results of the exercise of State supervision over the performance of representation duties

provision of air navigation services in the territory of another Member or

third State Authority without undue delay, notify the competent authority of

another Member or a third State.



(5) Dožádá in connection with the exercise of State supervision over the exercise of

obligations in the provision of air navigation services in the territory of another

Member or non-Member State or by the competent authority of another Member

third State authority to perform tasks which would alone could only be done with

difficulties or with a neúčelných costs or that could not

perform at all, the authority requested, without delay, carry out operations, or

the competent authority of another Member or of a third State the reasons

for that request cannot be met. If the purpose of the request can be achieved

by performing the requested operations, other than the authority such operations without delay

carry out and their results communicated to the competent authority of another Member

or of a third State.



§ 91c



(1) when carrying out an inspection by the European Commission in the field of civil

aviation against acts of unlawful interference, the Office cooperates with the European Commission in the

the scope of a directly applicable regulation in the European Union

governing the procedures for conducting such inspections ^ 24) and for this purpose

It provides all the necessary assistance. The Office also entrust at least

one of their employee participation in the inspections carried out by the European

by the Commission and shall notify it of his name, surname and contact details.



(2) in the course of an inspection, inspectors from the European Commission are entitled to be

each other articles necessary for the proper implementation of the inspection, including the things

the introduction to the area of the airport and on board aircraft is prohibited.



TITLE III



ADMINISTRATIVE OFFENCES



Part 1



Misdemeanors



the title launched



§ 92



the title launched



(1) a natural person has committed the offence by



and) contrary to section 12a paragraph 1. 4 does not pass at the request of the Office of the required information,



b) contrary to section 16 para. 1 uses in civil aviation products,

part or appliance or aerospace ground equipment without

a valid certificate,



(c)) in violation of § 18 para. 3 carries on business aviation personnel without

of a valid licence,



d) contrary to section 7 para. 4 carries out the activities of the aviation personnel

still, he knows about the disease or health state of such changes, which

limit or exclude the performance of this activity,



e) contrary to section 40 shall establish the facilities or activities carried out in the protection

zone of the air of the building without the consent of the authority,



(f) the construction or device) places outside the protective zone in violation of § 41

paragraph. 1,



g) contrary to section 54 fails to comply with the command of the Commander,



h) contrary to section 78 operates air public appearance without the consent,



I) in violation of § 81 para. 1 sports flying device, being used for the purpose of

to make a profit,



j) contrary to section 84c paragraph. 1 sports flying device without

a valid pilot licence,



k) fails to comply with an order issued by the Ministry of transport under section 88 para. 5 or

the rest of the ban issued by the authority pursuant to § 89 paragraph 1. 2 (a). about point 7)

maintain the safety of civil aviation,



l) fails to command the aerodrome operator, the person providing the aircraft

services, air navigation service providers, air carrier

or operator of the aircraft or aeronautical activities work for custom

the need for the issued to fulfil their tasks,



m) operates commercial air transport without a licence or permit,

operates aerial work or air activities for their own use without

authorisation, or operates the airport without permission, or



n) will compromise the safety of air navigation by damaging air building

or other device that is part of this building, or disrupt the operation of

Aerospace ground equipment.



(2) a natural person has committed the offence by



and as the operator of an aircraft registered) in the register, the owner of the

the aircraft, a lien creditor or person to whom the registration in the register

refers to, contrary to section 6 does not report or submits to the Office without delay any

changes of data being written to the register,



(b)), as operator of the aircraft, the operator of sport flying

device or device shall be used on the aircraft, the operator of an encoded address

contrary to section 17 c of paragraph 1. 1,



(c)) as a consultant in contravention of section 55a paragraph 1. 3 does not preserve the confidentiality,



(d)) as the operator of the aircraft or sports flying device

does not maintain the airworthiness or non-compliant aircraft or sports

the flying facilities to regular inspections of airworthiness,



e) as an aircraft operator operates the aircraft without insurance

liability for damages caused by its operation,



(f)) as the operator of sports flying device operates

Sports flying device without liability insurance

caused by its operation, or



(g)) as the operator of an aircraft violates the obligation laid down by decision of the

the introduction of operating restrictions to reduce noise at the airport.



(3) a natural person has committed the offence by



and) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the rules for the allocation of slots ^ 25) deliberately and repeatedly

It coordinated in time, which significantly differs from the

the Coordinator of the allotted time, or allocated shall be used

slots in a significantly different manner from the way provided for

Coordinator, and thus disrupt the operation of air transportation or airport

operation,



(b)) carried out flights within the airspace of the United States in violation of

the conditions laid down in this law or directly applicable legislation

The European Union regulating the implementation of flight in the airspace ^ 26),



(c)) violation of aircraft flying security code or directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the implementation of intra-

airspace ^ 26),




(d)) when operating aircraft or sports flying device will result in

air traffic accident violation of obligations established by this Act

or directly applicable EU regulation governing the implementation of the

flights in airspace ^ 26), or



e) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

investigation of accidents and incidents in civil aviation ^ 19)



1. makes or uses the records obtained in the investigation of air

accident or serious incident for purposes other than to their investigation or

to improve aviation safety, air



2. as a person interested in the accident or serious incident to notify

shall immediately Institute an accident or serious incident,



3. to realize the Institute within a specified period, of the measures it has taken to

the basis of its safety recommendations, or



4. establishes the procedures for the implementation of measures adopted in

following the Institute issued safety recommendations.



(4) a fine may be imposed for the offense



and the 100 000 CZK), if it is a misdemeanor pursuant to paragraph 1. and)

paragraph 2 (a). and)



(b)) to 300 000 CZK in the case of an offense referred to in paragraph 1 (b). g), (j)) or

(l)), paragraph 2 (a). (c)), or to paragraph 3 (b). e) of point 1, 2 or 3,



(c)) to 500 000 CZK in the case of an offense referred to in paragraph 1 (b). c) to (e)),

I) or n), paragraph 2 (a). (b)), f) or (g)), or to paragraph 3 (b). and)



(d)), from $ 50,000 to $ 1 0000 0000 in the case of a misdemeanour provided for in paragraph 1

(a). (b)), f) or (h)), paragraph 2 (a). d) or (e)), or to paragraph 3

(a). b), c) or e) in point 4, or



(e)), from 100 000 to 5 0000 0000 Czk in the case of the offence referred to in paragraph 1

(a). k) or m), or to paragraph 3 (b). (d)).



(5) for the offense can impose a prohibition on activities



a) within 6 months, if the offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (d)), paragraph

2 (a). e) or (f)),



(b)) up to 1 year, if it is a misdemeanor referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)), (c)), i) or

(j)), or to paragraph 3 (b). (c)), or



(c)) up to 2 years, if it is a misdemeanor referred to in paragraph 1 (b). k), or

paragraph 3 (b). (d)).



§ 92a



Offences in the field of ensuring the protection of civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference



(1) a natural person has committed the offence by



and) contrary to section 85b nepočíná 's at the entrance to the places that are used to

ensuring the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference, as well as

during their stay in them, with due caution,



(b)), contrary to section 85 c paragraph 2. 2 does not control by the natural or legal

person to protect civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference,



c) contrary to section 85j para. 4 does not relinquish the found proof of reliability

or fails to return the proof of reliability, whose validity ceased to exist,



(d)) for the safe management of breaches with things after its introduction into the

a security restricted area of the airport or on board an aircraft

set out in the consent by things issued pursuant to section 85p paragraph. 3,



e) contrary to section 85y para. 1 carries out activities in the framework of the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference without valid proof of

completion of vocational training,



f) in violation of § 86 para. 4 does not preserve the confidentiality of any fact

contained in the decision establishing the basic measures have been established, or



g) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the implementation of detection and safety checks ^ 27)



1. Enter unaccompanied to non-public area or to a dedicated

the security area of the airport without a valid permission to enter or

permission to access, access



2. to notify the operator of an airport, without delay, loss or theft

the airport identification card or permission to access, access



3. the operator will not return without delay to the airport an airport identification

licence or authorisation for access, access or



4. unauthorized uses an airport identification card or permit to

the entrance.



(2) a natural person has committed the offence by as



and) the person performing the detection or security check performs this

control in violation of § 85 d or in conflict with a directly applicable regulation

The European Union regulating the implementation of detection and safety

control ^ 27),



(b) passengers in breach of) a directly applicable regulation in the European Union

governing the implementation of detection and safety checks ^ 27)



1. bring on board an aircraft in the case of thing on board an aircraft is

disabled,



2. placed in a security restricted area of the airport thing whose

injecting into this space is prohibited, or



3. passes to transport checked baggage containing the thing, whose introduction in

checked baggage into a security restricted area of the airport is

disabled,



(c)) a person who disposes of the goods, for which the introduction of on board an aircraft

The authority has granted consent, does not ensure that the case was placed in the container provided with a

locking device § 85p para. 5,



(d)) a person to ensure the implementation of screening in violation of § 86a

paragraph. 1 will allow the use of a dog to detect explosives specified without

the person performing the tasks of the permit to exercise a dog handler of this activity,



e) in violation of § 86 para. 2 to notify that it intends to carry on business

the standing of the sender, a well known supplier of catering supplies or acquaintance

supplier inventory slots, or in violation of § 86 para. 3 does not inform

The authority for a change in the facts referred to in the notice, or



f) whipper dog intended for detection of explosives carries out this activity without

authorization, or it executes in a conflict with a directly applicable regulation

The European Union regulating the implementation of detection and safety

control ^ 27).



(3) a fine may be imposed for the offense



and the 100 000 CZK), if it is a misdemeanor pursuant to paragraph 1. (c)), or (g))

paragraph 2 or 3,



(b)) to 500 000 CZK in the case of an offense referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a), b), (d)),

(e)), or (g)) (1), or in accordance with paragraph 2, or



(c)), from $ 50,000 to $ 1 0000 0000 in the case of a misdemeanour provided for in paragraph 1

(a). f) or (g)).



(4) for the offense, you can save a ban for 1 year, in the case of

offence referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (f)).



section 92b



Offences in the field of the use of airspace



(1) a natural person has committed the offence by



and) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the granting of the licence and the conditions of the exercise of the activity of the management

air traffic controllers ^ 28) carries on business



1. air traffic controller, air traffic controller or

though the instructor knows about the disease or health of such changes

the State, which limit or exclude the performance of this activity, or fails to notify

air navigation service providers your health indisposition,



2. air traffic controller, air traffic controller or

the instructor without a valid licence, or



3. the competence of the investigator or evaluator training

eligibility for local and ongoing training without the approval of the authority or without

of a valid licence,



b) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

air traffic flow management ^ 29) does not ensure in the case of suspension

update the flight plan validity or cancellation, or



(c)) provides air service without credentials or consent.



(2) for the offence may be imposed a fine



and the 100 000 CZK), if it is a misdemeanor pursuant to paragraph 1. (b)),



(b)) to 500 000 CZK in the case of an offense referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and point 1)

or 2, the



(c)), from $ 50,000 to $ 1 0000 0000 in the case of a misdemeanour provided for in paragraph 1

(a). and section 3, or)



(d)), from 100 000 to 5 0000 0000 Czk in the case of the offence referred to in paragraph 1

(a). (c)).



(3) for the offense can impose a prohibition on activities



a) within 6 months, if the offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and point 1)



(b)) up to 1 year, if it is a misdemeanor referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and (2), or)



(c)) up to 2 years, if it is a misdemeanor referred to in paragraph 1 (b). a), point 3.



Part 2



Administrative offences of legal entities and natural persons-entrepreneurs



§ 93



the title launched



(1) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort by



and) contrary to section 12a paragraph 1. 4 does not pass at the request of the Office of the required information,



b) contrary to section 16 para. 1 uses in civil aviation products,

part or appliance or aerospace ground equipment without

a valid certificate,



c) contrary to section 40 shall establish the facilities or activities carried out in the protection

zone of the air of the building without the consent of the authority,



(d) building or equipment) places outside the protective zone in violation of § 41

paragraph. 1,



e) contrary to section 78 operates air public appearance without the consent,



f) fails to comply with an order issued by the Ministry of transport § 88 para. 5 or

the rest of the ban issued by the authority pursuant to § 89 paragraph 1. 2 (a). about point 7)

maintain the safety of civil aviation,



g) fails to comply with the airport command, the person providing the aircraft

the services of an air carrier, air navigation service providers

or operator of the aircraft or aeronautical activities work for custom

the need for the issued to fulfil their tasks,



h) uses its aviation activity, the air staff without a valid

licence,



I) performs the development, design, manufacturing, testing, installation, maintenance,

repairs, modifications or design changes, of products, parts

or device or air ground installations by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union on common rules in the field of

Civil Aviation ^ 30) without permission,




j) products placed on the market without a valid certificate, or



k) operates the airport without a valid permit to operate commercial air

and without a licence or without a permit or operating an aerial work or

aviation activity for their own account without permission.



(2) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort as



and the aircraft operator is registered in) register, the owner of the

the aircraft, a lien creditor or person to whom the registration in the register

refers to, contrary to section 6 does not report or submits to the Office of any changes to the data

being written into the register,



(b)), the operator of an aircraft operator of sports flying device

or operator of the equipment to be used on the aircraft of the encoded address in violation

with section 17 c of paragraph 1. 1,



(c) coordinated airport shall exercise) Coordinator in violation of § 32 para. 4

its activities without insurance against liability for damage caused by

its performance,



d) airport operator



1. as referred to in section 42d para. 1 the same with air carriers, airport

price list under section 42, or



2. eligible for the adoption of an instrument flight in violation of § 51a para. 7

do not pass information about the terrain and obstacles or data to interfere with

directly applicable European Union law regulating properties

air data and aeronautical information ^ 31),



e) domestic airport operator, air carrier or service provider

air traffic services contrary to section 98, para. 1 does not pass the specified

data,



(f) the ground-handling services provider does not pass) contrary to section 98, para. 2

the operators of the airport data on the number of passengers handled by him,



g) aircraft operator or sports flying device does not maintain

airworthiness or non-compliant aircraft or sport flying

facilities to regular inspections of airworthiness,



h) aircraft operator or an air carrier operates an aircraft without the

liability insurance for damage caused by its operation,



and sports flying device) the operator operates the sports

flying equipment without liability insurance for damage caused by its

the operation,



j) aircraft operator violates the obligation laid down by decision of the

the introduction of operating restrictions to reduce noise at the airport, or



k) an air carrier or operator of a breach of an approved aerial works

flight safety standard operator.



(3) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort by



and) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the rules for the allocation of slots ^ 25) deliberately and repeatedly

It coordinated in time, which significantly differs from the

the Coordinator of the allotted time, or allocated shall be used

slots in a significantly different manner from the way provided for

Coordinator, and thus disrupt the operation of air transportation or airport

operation,



b) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aeronautical products,

parts and appliances ^ 32)



1. carry out activities related to the management of the continuing airworthiness of

without permission,



2. issues or extends the airworthiness review certificate

the aircraft, or



3. certify the aircraft or component into operation,



(c)) performs flights in the airspace of the United States in violation of

the conditions laid down in this law or directly applicable legislation

The European Union regulating the implementation of flight in the airspace ^ 26),



(d)) violation of aircraft flying security code or directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the implementation of intra-

airspace ^ 26),



e) when operating aircraft or sports flying device will result in

air traffic accident violation of obligations established by this Act

or directly applicable EU regulation governing the implementation of the

flights in airspace ^ 26), or



f) contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

investigation of accidents and incidents in civil aviation ^ 19)



1. makes or uses the records obtained in the investigation of air

accident or serious incident for purposes other than to their investigation or

to improve aviation safety, air



2. the person concerned has not notified immediately as the Institute that the accident occurred

or serious incident,



3. to realize the Institute within the prescribed period the measures that adopted

the basis of its safety recommendations



4. establishes the procedures for the implementation of measures adopted in

following the Institute issued a safety recommendation, 5. as the domestic

establishes procedures to allow the air carrier within the time limit from

notification of accidents to draw up a list of people and list of hazardous

the goods on board the aircraft or not to make these lists to authorized

bodies, or



6. as the domestic air carrier shall notify the third person or unlawfully

It's the contact details specified for the case of an accident or

published in connection with the air accident, the names of the passengers.



(4) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is also committed by the administrative

tort by



and as the air carrier) in violation of § 69 para. 1 does not pass the specified

data,



(b) domestic air carrier) as being in violation of § 68 para. 2 be prepared

a plan to help the victims of air accidents and their relatives, or in accordance with the

It does not flow,



(c)) as the air carrier of the European Union ^ 20) operates commercial air

and without a ticket, the rights granted by



(d)) as the air carrier of the European Union ^ 20), which was granted

transport law, fails to notify the Ministry of transport the facts set out in the

section 70 c of paragraph 1. 6 or fails to comply with the condition laid down for the performance of the transport

rights in the decision under section 70 c of paragraph 1. 4,



e) as carrier of another Member State



1. in violation of § 70f para. 1 notify begin regular trading

air transport or fails to comply with the conditions laid down for this notification, or



2. in violation of § 70f para. 5 notify begin irregular business

air transport or fails to comply with the conditions laid down for this notification, or



(f)) as an air carrier of a third country



1. operates regular commercial air transport without permit or

fail to comply with the obligation laid down in § 71 para. 6,



2. to notify that the launch of direct or mediated service sales

regular commercial air transport or fails to comply with the obligation laid down in

§ 71b of paragraph 1. 3, or



3. it operates non-scheduled commercial air transport without permit or

fail to comply with the obligation laid down in article 71 c para. 7.



(5) an administrative offense shall be fined



and the 100 000 CZK), in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and)

paragraph 2 (a). and) or (f) or paragraph 4 (b)). e) point 1 or 2 or

(a). (f)) (2),



(b)) to 300 000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (g)),

paragraph 2 (a). (e)), paragraph 3 (a). f) of point 2 or 3 or paragraph 4

(a). (d)),



(c)) to 500 000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c)),

paragraph 2 (a). (b)), (d) or paragraph 2 (b)). (j)), paragraph 3 (b). a), (b))

section 2 (f)), item 1, 5, or 6, or paragraphs 4 (b). a), b) or (c)),



(d)), from $ 50,000 to $ 1 0000 0000 in the case of an administrative offence under paragraph

1 (b). (b)), d), (e)), or (h)), paragraph 2 (a). (c)), d) point 1, g) or (i)),

paragraph 3 (b). (b)), (c), section 3), d), or (f)) point 4 or paragraph 4

(a). f) of point 1 or 3,



(e)), from 3 0000 0000 75 000 CZK to Czk, in the case of an administrative offence under paragraph

2 (a). k), or



(f)), from 100 000 to 5 0000 0000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence under the

paragraph 1 (b). (f)), i), (j)) or k), paragraph 2. (h)), or paragraph

3 (b). (b) or (c) of paragraph 1). (e)).



(6) an administrative offense shall deposit the prohibition of activities



and) within six months, in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 2 (a). I),



(b)) up to 1 year, in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (b)),

paragraph 2 (a). (h)), or to paragraph 3 (b). (d)), or



(c)) up to 2 years, in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (f)), (j)) or

k), or to paragraph 3 (b). (e)).



section 93a



Administrative offences of legal entities and natural persons engaged in the field of

ensuring the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference



(1) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort by



and) contrary to section 85x paragraph. 1 carries out training by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the protection of civilian

aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) without permission,



b) contrary to section 85z paragraph. 1 carries out professional training a canine unit and dogs

designed to detect explosives without a permit or to be carried out in violation of the

with a directly applicable EU regulation governing the implementation of the

detection and safety checks ^ 27),



(c)) in violation of § 86 para. 2 to notify that it intends to carry on business

the standing of the sender, a well known supplier of catering supplies or acquaintance

supplier of airport inventory within the prescribed period or in violation of § 86 c

paragraph. 3 does not inform the Bureau about the change in the facts referred to in the notice, or



(d)) in violation of § 86 para. 4 exposes the fact contained in

the decision establishing the basic measures have been established.



(2) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort as



and the airport operator)



1. in violation of § 85 para. 1 operates the airport without an approved


airport security programme,



2. in violation of § 85 para. 3 notify the Office of the other changes to security

the program,



3. contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23) does not guarantee the performance of

the measures and procedures referred to in the safety program, or airport



4. fail to fulfil one of the obligations referred to in paragraph 1(b). paragraph 85n 1 or 2, or

such an obligation contrary to the directly applicable European law

Union governing the implementation of detection and safety checks ^ 27),



(b)) or as the airport operator air carrier



1. in violation of § 85p para. 1 does not ensure the implementation of the screening

passengers, cabin and hold baggage;



2. in violation of § 85q does not ensure the subsequent protection of passengers,

cabin baggage and hold baggage;



3. in violation of § 86 ° f does not take emergency measures, the change of the emergency

measures, fails to notify the adoption, amendment or repeal of the emergency measures,

or fails to comply with the obligations arising from the extraordinary measures ordered

By the Office, or



4. contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the implementation of detection and safety checks ^ 27) issues aerodrome

identification card or pass, or airport identification

pass or a pass if he would,



(c)) the person performing the detection or security check performs this

control in violation of § 85 d, or it does conflict with the directly

the applicable law of the European Union governing the implementation of detection and

^ 27 security checks),



(d)), the air carrier



1. in violation of § 85o does not ensure that the information on security check

the aircraft was kept on board the aircraft, or



2. contrary to section 85p paragraph. 5 does not ensure safe escorting and save

things for which consent was granted, the case in the area of the airport or to the

Board the aircraft,



(e)) the provider of air traffic services in violation of § 85r

has failed or is not complying with security program, or at the request of

Make available to the authority,



(f)) approved by the agent shall entrust natural or legal person carrying out

security controls in respect of cargo and postal items

outside their establishment in violation of § 85s para. 1,



g) person in charge of the regulated agent security control implementation in

connection with the cargo and postal items



1. does this security check in violation of § 85s para. 2 without

consent of the authority or it performs in contravention of a directly applicable regulation

The European Union regulating the implementation of detection and safety

control ^ 27), or



2. in violation of § 85s para. 4 change the facts without delay notify

having a bearing on the granting of consent,



h) the employer of a natural person has to carry out work activities

set by the directly applicable European Union law governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),



1. contrary to section 5A shall impose a job applicant admission procedure

or these admissions made in contrary to the directly applicable

the EU regulation governing the implementation of detection and safety

control ^ 27), or



2. in violation of § 85w does not ensure that these work activities comply with the

the physical persons who have successfully completed vocational training,



I) person to ensure the implementation of screening



1. in violation of § 86a will allow the use of the dog intended to detect explosives,

without the person performing the tasks of a dog handler for the performance of this authorisation

activities, or



2. in violation of § 86 para. 1 ensure the implementation of screening

in a different manner than what provides a directly applicable regulation

Union governing the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),

without permission or contrary to the conditions set out therein,



j) recipient of the basic measures



1. does not adhere to the basic measures set out in accordance with § 86 para. 1,



2. in violation of § 86 para. 3 does not inform about the facts relevant for the

an assessment of the content and scope of the exercise of its activities, or



3. in violation of § 86 para. 5 exercises an activity which is directly related

laid down the basic measures, prior to the date of enforceability of

their determination,



k) a person who is required to apply aviation security standards before

acts of unlawful interference by the directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),

does or does not update the security program does not guarantee the performance of

measures and procedures provided for therein, or security program

don't submit to challenge Authority,



l) regulated agent, a known consignor, authorised supplier of cabin

inventory supervisor or shipper of the cargo or mail

subject to security check carries out this activity in conflict with

directly applicable EU regulation governing the implementation of the

detection and safety checks ^ 27) without the approval of the authority,



m) standing to the consignor, the well-known supplier of catering supplies, a well-known supplier of

Airport stocks contrary to the directly applicable European Union law

governing the implementation of detection and safety checks ^ 27)



1. carries out these activities, although not to implement this activity

appointed, or



2. carries out deliveries of catering and airport supplies or manipulate

mail, or



n) a regulated agent or air carrier, the aerodrome operator in

contrary to the directly applicable European Union law governing the

the implementation of detection and safety checks ^ 27) not withhold appointment

standing by the sender, known or known as victualling supplies

supplier of airport stock.



(3) an administrative offense shall be fined



and the 500 000 CZK), in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). (c))

or paragraph 2 (b). c), (d), point 1, point (b)). j) point 2 or point. n),



(b)), from $ 50,000 to $ 1 0000 0000 in the case of an administrative offence under paragraph

1 (b). d) or paragraph 2. and, (b), point 2). (b) point 4 (a)). (d))

point 2, point (a). (g)), (b), point 2. I), (b). j) of point 1 or 3 (b). k)

or (b). m) section 2



(c)), from 3 0000 0000 75 000 CZK to Czk, in the case of an administrative offence under paragraph

1 (b). and) or (b)) or paragraph 2 (b). and, (b), section 3). e), (f)), (b).

(g) in point 1 (a)). (h)), l) or point (b). m), point 1, or



(d)), from 100 000 to 5 0000 0000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence under the

paragraph 2 (a). and point 1 or 4), or (b). (b)) points 1 to 3.



(4) an administrative offense shall deposit the prohibition of activities within 2 years, if the

administrative offence referred to in paragraph 2 (a). and (c) of section 4 or). (b) point 1)

or 2.



section 93b



Administrative offences of legal entities and natural persons engaged in the field of

the use of airspace



(1) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort, contrary to the directly applicable European Union law

regulating air traffic flow management ^ 29) does not ensure in the case of

the suspension of flight plan update or cancellation.



(2) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort, contrary to the directly applicable European Union law

governing the granting of the licence and the terms and conditions of business

air traffic controller ^ 28)



and) as the air navigation service provider does not guarantee that the operation of

air traffic controller, air traffic controller or

Instructor performed by a person with a valid proof of eligibility,



(b)) as an organization that ensures the training of air traffic controllers,

air traffic controllers in students or instructors,



1. conducting training of air traffic controllers, air traffic controllers

students or instructors without a certificate or in accordance with the conditions

herein,



2. carrying the tests under the training of air traffic controllers,

air traffic controllers in students and instructors of the natural person who

has not been approved by the authority for this activity or that does not hold

of a valid licence, or



3. nepředložíÚřadu for the approval of changes in the curricula of training courses,

input and unit training plans or local systems support

eligibility.



(3) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort by



and) contrary to § 46 para. 1 or § 49 paragraph 1. 1 provides air services

No credentials or consent, or



(b)) in violation of § 49a para. 1 provides the



1. the air navigation service without a certificate issued by directly

of the applicable legislation of the European Union relating to the provision of air

navigation services in the single European sky ^ 18), or



2. air traffic services and meteorological services without specifying the Office

or in violation of § 49 paragraph 1. 4.



(4) an administrative offense shall be fined



and the 100 000 CZK), in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1,



(b)) to 500 000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 2 (a). (b))

point 3,



(c)), from $ 50,000 to $ 1 0000 0000 in the case of an administrative offence under paragraph

2 (a). or (b)). (b)) (2), or



(d)), from 100 000 to 5 0000 0000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence under the

paragraph 2 (a). b) of point 1 or pursuant to paragraph 3 (b). or (b)). (b))

point 1 or 2.



(5) an administrative offense shall deposit the prohibition of activities within 2 years, if the

administrative offence referred to in paragraph 2 (a). b) of point 1 or pursuant to paragraph 3

(a). or (b)). (b)) of point 1 or 2.



§ 93c




Administrative offences of legal entities and natural persons engaged in the field of

the protection of passengers ' rights in the framework of the operation of a commercial air transport



(1) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort, contrary to the directly applicable European Union law

governing the rights of persons with disabilities and persons with reduced

mobility in air transport ^ 33)



and the air carrier) as the operator of a travel agency or travel

Agency



1. make available to the public in the form and languages available to passengers

the safety rules relating to the carriage of persons with disabilities

persons and persons with reduced mobility, including

the rules for limiting the transport of people or transport equipment

for mobility because of the size of the aircraft,



2. does not exert reasonable efforts to ensure that a person with a disability or

a person with reduced mobility, which rightly rejects

reservation, suggested an acceptable alternative transport,



3. does not take on all of its points of sale, including the sale of a

using the means of distance communication, all necessary measures to

receipt of notification of need for assistance by persons with disabilities and

persons with reduced mobility, or does

received notification was transmitted properly and in a timely manner,



4. does not inform us in due time or manner the person to

disabled person or person with reduced mobility

orientation, which justifiably refused a reservation or you refused to accept

on board, about the reasons that led him to it,



5. unjustifiably refuses a person with a disability or a person with

limited mobility make the reservation for years,

or refuses to accept this person on board, although this person has

a valid ticket and reservation, or



6. will not offer the person who has been denied boarding because of

her disability or reduced mobility, and

orientation, or a person accompanying such person, reimbursement

or redirect,



(b)) as the airport operator



1. unless otherwise provided in the quality standards for the assistance of persons with disabilities and

persons with reduced mobility, unless the resources

needed to meet them or their quality standards shall not disclose,



2. unless the point of arrival and departure at the airport, on which they can

disabled persons or persons with reduced mobility

and orientation easily announce its arrival does not provide at these sites

basic information about the airport or the space clearly does not mark, or



3. does not ensure that a person with a disability or a person with

limited mobility granted free of charge assistance

This person was able to take part in the flight to which you want

reservation,



(c)) as an air carrier, or airport operator



1. does not ensure that all persons that use to

providing direct assistance to disabled persons and persons with

limited mobility, knowledge about how to

meet the special needs of those persons, or



2. does not ensure that all of its employees have received training about

the issue of disability, or



3. does not provide training on equality of people with disabilities and

the issue of disability, that airport personnel

comes into direct contact with the public, or



(d)) as the air carrier does not provide the person with a disability or

a person with reduced mobility departing from, arriving at or

transit to the airport, free of charge assistance.



(2) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort, contrary to the directly applicable European Union law

the adaptation of information in air transport ^ 34) as a contractor

carrier



and) when booking does not inform the passenger of the identity

the operating air carrier or carriers, or about their change after the

the reservation,



(b)) does not provide the passenger who has decided to air

carrier subject to an operating ban, reimbursement

expenditure or a redirect, or



(c)), rule the obligation to inform passengers of the identity of the operating

air carrier or carriers in the general terms

relating to the contract of carriage.



(3) a legal entity or individual entrepreneur is committed by the administrative

tort, contrary to the directly applicable European Union law

governing compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding

and of cancellation or long delay of flight ^ 1 g) as an air carrier



and fails to comply with information requirements,) does not provide the flight or redirection

reimbursed expenses, does not provide care or fails to pay for the damage

arising in connection with the denial of boarding, cancellation

or flight delay, or



(b)) as the air carrier requests to pay the difference in the price of the ticket or

It does not return, he placed a passenger to a higher or lower class than

that a ticket has been purchased, in connection with the denial of boarding

board aircraft, flight delay or cancellation.



(4) an administrative offense shall be fined



and the 300 000 $), in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and)

point 1 or 4 or (b). (c) in point 2 or 3), or under paragraph 2 (a).

and) or (c)),



(b)) to 500 000 CZK in the case of an administrative offence referred to in paragraph 1 (b). and)

point 2 or 3 (a). (b) point 1 or 2), or (b). (c)) or by point 1

paragraph 3 (b). (b)), or



(c)), from $ 50,000 to $ 1 0000 0000 in the case of an administrative offence under paragraph

1 (b). and) point 5 or 6 (a). (b)) (a) or section 3. (d)), paragraph 2

(a). (b) or paragraph 3 (b)). and).



Part 3



Provisions common to administrative offences



§ 94



(1) a legal person for an administrative offence is not liable if he proves that

made every effort, that it was possible to require that the infringement of the

a legal obligation is prevented.



(2) in determining the amount of the fine on a legal person shall take account of the seriousness of the

the administrative offense, in particular, to the manner of its perpetration, its consequences, and to

circumstances in which it was committed.



(3) the responsibility for the administrative offence and the offence of physical persons

cannot be discussed, if the administrative authority has commenced within 2 years of management

When he learned of his having committed, but not later than 5 years from the

the day when it was committed.



(4) the ban on the activities of the legal person can be saved only if the administrative

offence committed by the activities or in connection with it. By the time of the ban

the activity includes the period during which the legal person was not allowed on the

the basis of the measures taken in the context of the administrative authority with the

the present administrative tort to exercise this activity.



(5) The liability for the acts, which took place in the business

person ^ 8) or in direct connection with the applicable provisions of the Act

on the liability of legal persons and sanctions.



(6) administrative offences under this law are heard at first instance:



and the Ministry of transport or the authority) according to their jurisdiction referred to in section 88 and

89, in the case of



1. offences, with the exception of the offences referred to in § 92 para. 2 (a). (c)) or §

92 para. 3 (b). (e)), or



2. the administrative offences, with the exception of administrative offences under section 93 para. 3

(a). (f)), section 93 para. 4 (b). and) and administrative offences pursuant to section 93c paragraph. 1

(a). and) or § 93c para. 2 If the perpetrator of the administrative offense

the operator of a travel agent or travel agency,



(b) Department of the police of the Czech Republic), which is under a special legal

^ Regulation 5j) responsible for carrying out the border control, in the case of the administrative

offences under section 93 para. 4 (b). and)



c) municipal Trade Office, in the case of administrative offences pursuant to section 93c paragraph.

1 (b). and) or § 93c para. 2 If the offender to this administrative

tort operator travel agent or travel agency, or



(d)), in the case of offenses under § 92 para. 2 (a). (c)) or section 92

paragraph. 3 (b). (e)), or about administrative offences under section 93 para. 3 (b). (f)).



(7) on an appeal against the decision of the police of the Czech Republic in accordance with paragraph

6 (a). (b) the Ministry of the Interior) decides.



(8) a fine imposed under this Act, the authority which it chooses to take.

Income from fines is the State budget revenue, with the exception of fines imposed

in accordance with paragraph 6 (a). (c) the municipal Trade Office) that are

the budget income of the municipality with extended competence.



section 94a



cancelled



PART TEN



COMMON, TRANSITIONAL AND FINAL PROVISIONS



Common provisions



§ 95



cancelled



§ 96



The provisions of this law shall apply only if an international agreement,

that is part of the legal order provides otherwise.



§ 97



For the definition of the status of the responsible representative of § 11 of the trade

the Act apply mutatis mutandis.



§ 98



(1) the price for the use of the airport and the provision of air traffic services

negotiate airport operators and operators of air traffic

services according to the price laws. ^ 9) when negotiating prices must be

compliance with international agreements that are part of the legal order and which

the price limits. The Department of Transportation oversees compliance by operators of

airports and air traffic service operators, these international


the contract for the negotiation of prices. This provision is without prejudice to the

Title VI of part four.



(2) the extent and the conditions of liability insurance for damage caused by

operation of an aircraft down detailed legal prescription, unless directly

applicable regulation the European Union ^ 10a) otherwise.



section 98a



(1) for the purpose of the statistical survey passes the Ministry of transport



and the airport operator)



1. data on the number of aircraft movements, the number of handled passengers, the amount of

cargo and mail checked-in at the airport for the calendar year, and

by the end of April of the following calendar year,



2. data on the number of aircraft movements, the number of handled passengers, the amount of

cargo and mail checked-in at the airport and about start and end point

carried out commercial flights for the past quarter, in the case of

an international airport that handles at least 90% of the total

transported passengers or cargo in the Czech Republic, or

airport financial at least 1 million or 100 thousand tons

of cargo a year, and always at the latest by the end of February, may, August and

November in the calendar year,



3. the data on revenues, costs and investments, the aerodrome operator and the

the number and the structure of its employees, in the case of the international airport, which

check in at least 90% of the total of transported passengers or cargo

in the Czech Republic, or the airport at least 1 million financial

passengers or 100 thousand tons of cargo a year, and no later than the end of the

April of the following calendar year,



(b) domestic air carrier)



1. data on the number of passengers carried by cargo and mail, and

the used capacity operated by aeroplanes per calendar year, and it always

by the end of April of the following calendar year,



2. data on the number and type of aircraft operated by a State, their offered and

the utilized capacity, on the number and structure of aviation personnel and payroll

related costs, per calendar year, and always at the latest

by the end of March of the following calendar year,



3. the fuel consumption data on flights by aircraft type for the

calendar year, and by the end of February of the following

the calendar year,



c) domestic air carrier operating at least one plane with

the total passenger seating configuration of more than 30 aircraft, or

exclusively for the carriage of cargo and mail, with a maximum take-off weight

more than 10 tonnes



1. data on the number of passengers carried by cargo and mail, and

operated by aircraft capacity used per calendar month,

always at the latest by the end of the second calendar month following the

the month applicable to the transmission of such data,



2. data about start and end the point made by commercial flights

the previous quarter, and by the end of February, may, August,

and November in the calendar year,



3. the balance sheet, profit and loss statement, statement of retained earnings and

categorize revenue according to passengers, cargo and mail, and according to the

whether it comes to operate a regular or irregular business

air transport, for the calendar year, and no later than the end of April

the following calendar year,



d) domestic air carrier operating international scheduled

commercial air transport data on the number of flights, by type

aircraft, organizational and geographic definition of the operation

the aircraft, operated by aircraft capacity offered and the number of

passengers, cargo and mail per calendar year, and

by the end of February following the calendar year,



e) a provider of air traffic services



1. data on revenues, costs and investments, and information on the number and

the structure of its employees for the calendar year, and no later than

the end of may the following calendar year,



2. information on the provided air traffic services for the calendar year,

and it's always at the latest by the end of March of the following calendar year.



(2) the provider of ground-handling services continuously transmits the operator

Airport information on the number of passengers handled by him.



(3) the individual data transmitted for the purpose of the survey

The Ministry of transport, information on the number of passengers handled to be passed to

provider of ground-handling services and airport operators

the structure lays down detailed legislation.



§ 99



The Department of transportation provides the issuing of aeronautical information manual,

in that crucial facts are published, that affect the

the safety of air traffic.



section 99a



(1) If this Act speaks of a natural person resident in

The Czech Republic is a citizen of the United States or a legal person

based in the Czech Republic, this means also a national

another Member State of the European Union or a legal person with a registered office,

the Central Administration or main establishment in another Member State

Of the European Union.



(2) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall also apply to a national of a

of another State or a legal person with a registered office, Central Administration or

the main establishment in another State, if it appears from an international treaty,

the Czech Republic is bound ^ 11a).



(3) the provisions of paragraph 1 shall not apply to section 82.



§ 100



Transitional provisions



(1) unless otherwise specified, this will be subject to the law and legal relations

arising under the legislation in force by the date of entry into force of this

the law.



(2) a fine under this Act can only be imposed for the infringement

occurring after the effectiveness of this Act.



(3) the operator of an airport shall apply one year after the

the effectiveness of this Act, the authority to issue a permit to operate the airport.

Until the decision of the Office shall be deemed the airport operator

the airport, which has been granted an authorisation under this

the law. If the airport operator requests within the time limit for the issue of

authorisation, the authorisation to operate the airport expires.



(4) the legal or natural person, which provides air traffic

the service is obliged to ask the Transportation Department to issue credentials to the

one year of the effectiveness of this Act. Pending the decision of the

Department of transportation to issue credentials shall be deemed legal or

a natural person to be justified to provide these services. Unless

legal or natural person, which provides air traffic services

within the time limit for the issue of credentials, the former to provide

air traffic services shall cease to exist.



(5) a legal or natural person, which provides air

telecommunication, aviation weather, aeronautical information service and

the service at the check-in process at the airport, is obliged to ask the

The Ministry of transport to grant consent to a period of one year from the

the effectiveness of this Act. Until such time as consent is deemed to be legal

or a natural person to be justified to provide these services.

Unless the person or entity within the prescribed period on the granting of

consent, the permission shall cease to provide the services.



(6) the carriers operating commercial air transport on the basis of

granted the concession and want to continue to operate commercial air transportation to the

under the licence, shall be required, within one year of the effectiveness of this

of the Act apply for the grant of a license, the Ministry of transport. By the time of

the decision of the Ministry of transport, these carriers are considered carriers,

which have been granted a licence under this Act. Unless the carrier of

the granting of a licence in the prescribed period, the existing permissions to operate

commercial air transport shall be extinguished. Carriers operating commercial

air transport on the basis of a concession granted and want to continue to operate

transport taxi companies are required to apply within one year of the effectiveness of the

This Act on the issue of the permit Office. Unless the carrier on the issue

authorisation within the period prescribed, the permission to operate a business

air transport shall be extinguished.



(7) the legal or natural person who operates air works on

the basis of the concession, shall within one year of the effectiveness of this law

request the authority to issue a permit. Pending the decision of the Office to the person

be deemed to be entitled to the operation of air work under this

the law. Requests if the legal or natural person within a specified period of

the issue of permits, the existing permissions to operate aerial works

ceases to exist.



(8) the administrative proceedings initiated before the date of entry into force of this Act,

that is not required under this Act to complete, with the effective date of

This law will stop.



Final provisions



§ 101



Administrative authority is hereby repealed the State Aviation inspection established by law No.

305/1993 Coll., the rights and obligations of labor and other relationships

moving from the Administrative Office of State air inspection on Board established by the

This Act.



§ 102



(1) the Department of transportation shall issue a regulation to implement section 4, paragraph 4. 2

(a). (d)), section 4, paragraph 4. 4 § 5 para. 2, section 5a paragraph 2. 2, § 7 (2). 8, § 12

paragraph. 2 (a). (b)), section 12a paragraph 1. 7, § 16 para. 1 and 2, § 17 para. 1 and 3, §

17A. 1, § 17b para. 6, section 17 d of paragraph 1. 4, § 22a para. 1, § 25 para. 3,


§ 32 para. 1 and 3, § 34a para. 4, § 35 para. 1 and 3, § 42 para. 8, § 44

paragraph. 7, § 45 para. 4, § 49 c of paragraph 1. paragraph 2, section 49f. 2, § 49 g para. 2, §

51A para. 11, section 55a paragraph 1. 6, § 55 c of paragraph 1. 5, § 55d para. 5, § 58 para.

2, section 67 para. 4, section 74 para. 3, § 76 para. 3, § 81 para. 8, § 82 para.

6, section 84b of paragraph 1. 3, § 84c para. 8, § 85j para. 6, § 85 para. 4, § 85r

paragraph. 3, § 85x para. 7, § 85y para. 3, § 85z para. 6, § 90 para. 4, §

91a para. 11, § 98 para. 2 and section 98, para. 3 of this Act.



(2) operators of airports and air structures, persons responsible for

the operation of air services, flight operations and operators

other persons involved in the civil aviation are required to comply with

aviation regulations, which are in accordance with the international treaties that

are part of the legal order, issued



and the international civil) Aviation, ^ 1 k)



(b)) Association offices in accordance with European Union legislation, ^ 13) and



(c)) the European Organisation for the safety of air navigation

EUROCONTROL, ^ 14)



and as adopted by the Czech Republic represented by the Ministry of

transport. These regulations shall be published in the aeronautical information publication and

are available on the Ministry of transport and in the Office.



§ 103



Shall be deleted:



1. Act No. 47/1956 Coll. on Civil Aviation (Aviation Act), as amended by

Act No. 40/1964 Coll., Act No. 43/1976 Coll., Act No. 90/1990 Coll.

Act No. 382/1990 Coll. and Act No. 308/1993 Coll.



2. Law No. 203/1964 Coll., on regulation of certain tasks in the management of State

civil aviation.



3. the provisions of subparagraph (c)) in the article. (II) point 2 of the Act No. 382/1990 Coll.

the following Act No. 40/1974 Coll. on the Corps of national security, as amended by

Act No. 73/1990 Coll.



4. Ministerial Decree No. 209/1964 Coll., on the establishment of the State

Air Traffic Management and airport inspection, as amended by Decree No.

104/1977 Coll. and Act No. 308/1993 Coll.



5. the Decree of the Federal Ministry of transport no. 47/1980 Coll., about flying

with gliders.



PART ELEVEN



Amendment and SUPPLEMENT of Act No. 455/1991 Coll., on TRADES

(TRADE ACT), AS AMENDED



§ 104



Act No. 455/1991 Coll., on trades (Trade Act),

as amended by Act No. 234/1992 Coll., Act of the Czech National Council No. 591/1992

Coll., Act No. 600/1992 Coll., Act No. 273/1993 Coll., Act No. 303/1993

Coll., Act No. 38/1994 Coll., Act No. 42/1994 Coll., Act No. 133/1994

Coll., Act No. 200/1994 Coll., Act No. 237/1995 Coll., Act No. 288/1995

Coll., Act No. 94/1996 Coll., Act No. 95/1996 Coll., Act No. 147/1996

Coll. and Act No. 19/1997 Coll., shall be amended and supplemented as follows:



1. In article 3, paragraph 3. 3 (b). x) dot at the end of the sentence is replaced by a comma and

It connects the letter y) including notes no ^ 23f) reads as follows:



"y) the operation of airports, the operation of commercial air transport and the

aerial works and the provision of air services. ^ 23f)



23f) Act No. 49/1997 Coll., on Civil Aviation, and amending and supplementing

Act No. 455/1991 Coll., on trades (Trade Act),

as amended. ".



2. in annex No. 3 FRANCHISED BUSINESS group 314: other

deleted "air transport and aerial work".



PART TWELVE



THE EFFECTIVENESS OF THE LAW



§ 105



This Act shall take effect on 1 January 2000. April 1997.



Zeman in r.



Havel, v. r.



Klaus r.



Selected provisions of the novel



Article II of Act No. 225/2006 Sb.



Transitional provisions



1. an air carrier and operator of aerial works shall be required to

within 6 months from the date of entry into force of this Act

flight safety standard operator civil aviation authority

(hereinafter referred to as "the authority") for approval. Pending the decision of the Office to

air carrier and air operators work obligation under §

22A paragraph 2. 2 and 3 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of acquisition

of this Act, does not apply. If the air carrier does not submit, and

the operator of aerial works within the specified period by the flight safety

standard operator for approval, subject to the obligation under section

22A paragraph 2. 2 and 3 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this law, no more.



2. The operator of a public international airport is obliged to request the

one year from the date of entry into force of this Act, the authority for the issue of

the certificate. Pending the decision of the Office of the international operator

the public considered the operator of a certified Airport Airport.

If the airport operator requests within the time limit for the issue of certificates

the airport, the authority shall initiate procedures to change the type of the airport. Suspensory effect

the appeal against the decision to change the type of the airport under the preceding sentence is

excluded.



3. the person in charge of the Ministry of transport of slot allocation

the times and the supervision of the air carriers on their use according to § 32 para.

2 of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of

of this Act, must be insured for liability for damage

caused by the performance of its activities within 3 months from the date of entry into force of

of this Act.



4. Carriers operating air services on international trade

the basis of the international agreements to which the Czech Republic is bound, before

the effective date of this law, shall be obliged, within 5 years of the effectiveness

This law may request the Department of transportation to award ticket law

for the operation of international commercial air transport operations on the line, which

the operation requires granting of transport rights under law No.

49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.

Unless the carrier ticket rights to grant within a specified period,

the existing permissions to carry out international commercial air transport operations

on the line, for which the operation is required to grant the rights, transport

ceases to exist.



5. the operator of the airport and air carriers are required to submit to 6

months from the date of entry into force of this Act, a safety program

protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference under section 85a of the law

No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this

the law, the Ministry of transport for approval. Pending the decision of the

The Ministry of transport, the civil aviation security programme before

acts of unlawful interference and the air carrier, the aerodrome operator approved by the

before the date of entry into force of this Act, be deemed security

programme approved under this Act.



6. the provider of air traffic services and the provider of services in the

the check-in process at the airport are required to submit, within 6 months from the

the effective date of this Act, the Ministry of security program

transport for approval. Until the decision of the Ministry of transport of the

a provider of air traffic services and service providers in the

the check-in process at the airport the obligation under § 85a of paragraph 1. 3 (b). a) and

(b)) of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of

This Act does not apply. If the provider does not submit flight

traffic services and the service provider at the check-in process at

the airport security program within a specified period, subject to the approval of the

the obligation pursuant to § 85a of paragraph 1. 3 (b). a) and b) of Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this law, without

the next.



7. pending the acquisition of the full effectiveness of the law appoints and removes the

the Director of the Office of the Minister of transport.



8. pending the acquisition of the full effectiveness of the Service Act shall exercise State

supervision in civil aviation personnel authorized by the Ministry of transport and

The Office.



9. The owner of a public airport, which cannot ensure its operation

to the date of entry into force of this law, is obliged to lodge a written

offer pursuant to section 25a paragraph 1. 2 of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from

the effective date of this Act, within 6 months from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this Act.



10. delegation to the provision of air traffic services and airport services

granted in accordance with section 46 of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of

entry into force of this law, shall be construed as mandates, pursuant to section

46 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of

of this Act.



11. Consent to the provision of telecommunications services by air, air

meteorological services, aeronautical information services, services in the pre-flight

the preparation and monitoring of flight awarded pursuant to section 49 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll.,

in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act shall be deemed to

consent given under section 49 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from

the effective date of this Act.



12. the consent to the provision of services at the check-in process to the public

the Airport granted pursuant to § 49 b of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force in

the effective date of this Act, shall be deemed to consent given

under section 49b of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this Act.



13. a Licence to operate a commercial air transportation issued under section 58

Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this

of the Act, is deemed to be a licence issued pursuant to section 56 of Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.




14. a legal person in charge according to § 81 para. 2 of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll.,

in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this law, is obliged to

to submit a request under section 82 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended effective

from the date of entry into force of this Act, within one year from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this law, otherwise the granted mandate shall lapse.



15. A natural person who has been issued with a document of security eligibility

for sensitive activities relating to civil aviation, according to present

regulations, shall be considered as natural persons which have been validated

reliability under this Act.



16. verification of the reliability of the natural persons who on the date of effectiveness of this

the law carrying out activities under section 86a shall be made within 6

calendar months from the date of entry into force of this Act.



17. The effective date of this Act to stop the administrative procedure for issuing

the proof of security relating to civil aviation,

that is performed by the national security agency under the law on the protection of

on the security of classified information and eligibility. National

the Security Office, within 1 month from the date of entry into force of this Act

Returns filed a request for the document to applicants.



Article. (II) Act No. 301/2009 Sb.



Transitional provisions



1. the validity of licences issued pursuant to the operating personnel

section 19 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of

This Act expires within six months from the date of entry into force of this

the law. Licence holders operating personnel are

required within six months from the date of termination of his force to turn over this

licence authority.



2. holders of a licence issued under section aviation personnel

19 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of

This Act who perform activities pursuant to section 22 of Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this law, are

required to apply within 1 year from the date of entry into force of this Act, the Office of

the exchange of the existing licence for a licence pursuant to §

.22e law No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of

otherwise, the entry into force of this Act, the licence expires. By the time of

of a licence issued under section aviation personnel 19

Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this

the Act, considered to be a licence under section .22e Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



3. the licence holders of aviation personnel replaced by

Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this

Act, or issued pursuant to § .22e law No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended by

effective from the date of entry into force of this Act, are required to apply to the

1 year from the date of entry into force of this Act, the authority section 22f or

responsible person of the authentication required levels of knowledge of the English language

under section 22f Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this law, otherwise, the validity of the certificate expires.

If proven level of knowledge of the English language corresponds to a lower level

than grade 4 rating scale according to § 22f Act No. 49/1997 Coll., on

the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act, the Office license

eligibility to be withdrawn.



4. Airports designated under section 24 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force in

the effective date of this Act, such as the international airport with the internal

the boundary shall be considered as the national airport under section 24 of Act No.

49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.

Airports designated under section 24 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force in

the effective date of this Act, such as the international airport with the external

the boundary shall be considered as an international airport, pursuant to section 24 of Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



5. the existing Airport on the date of entry into force of this Act, the authority

in the register pursuant to section 25a of the airports Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended effective

from the date of entry into force of this law, within three months from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this Act.



6. Protective Zone established around the air to the date of application

the effectiveness of this Act shall be construed as the protection established by the measures

of a general nature in accordance with § 37 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended by

effective from the date of entry into force of this Act. Noise protection zone

established pursuant to § 31 para. 2 Act No. 258/2000 Coll., in the version in force in

the effective date of this Act, shall be deemed a trademark noise

bandwidth measures of a general nature, established pursuant to § 31 para. 2 of law No.

258/2000 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



7. the authority shall divide the airspace of the Czech Republic according to § 44 para. 2

Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this

of the Act, within one year from the date of entry into force of this Act.



8. Post for the provision of air traffic services specified by the Office

in the agreement with the Ministry of defence under section 44 para. 3 of Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act,

It considers the civil-military site for the airspace

space according to § 44 para. 4 (b). a) and b) of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., on

the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



9. the Ministry of defence and the airport operator eligible to adopt

flight under instrument are required under § 51a para. 7 of Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act, to pass into the

1 year from the date of entry into force of this Act, information useful for

the database of the Ministry of transport or a person appointed by the leadership of the database.



Article. (II) Act No. 137/2006.



Transitional provision



Price agreed according to § 98 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended by

effective until the date of entry into force of this Act, shall be paid no later than the date of

negotiation of prices for the use of the airport by part four of title VI of the Act.

49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



Article. (II) Act No. 127/2014 Sb.



Transitional provisions



1. the certificate of eligibility issued pursuant to section 34a airport paragraph 2. 2 and 3 of the law

No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act,

shall be considered a decision on the approval of the operational capacity of the airport

issued under section 34a para. 2 and § 34 d Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended by

effective from the date of entry into force of this Act.



2. the provision of air traffic services Credentials or

meteorological services issued under § 49a para. 2 of the Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act,

It considers the decision to determine the provision of air traffic

service or meteorological services issued under § 49a para. 1 of the law

No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this

the law.



3. the Institute for investigating air accidents established under section

55A paragraph 1. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force before the date of application

the effectiveness of this law, is considered to be Discovery Institute

the causes of air accidents according to § 55 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., on

the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



4. Credentials of the collecting and analysing information on the incidents and

accidents in which there has been no killing people, identifying their

the causes and the preparation of the conclusions and the safety recommendations issued by the

section 55b of paragraph 1. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force before the date of application

the effectiveness of this law, is considered to be discovery credentials cause

incidents and accidents in which there has been no killing people, published by the

According to § 55 c of paragraph 1. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of

entry into force of this Act.



5. The transmission rights granted under section 70a para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll.,

in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act, shall remain in

force to the extent and under the conditions under which it was granted.



6. The use of the right granted by the transport under section 70a para. 1 of the law

No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act,

the section 70 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this law shall not apply.



7. Authorization to operate regular commercial air transportation

foreign air carrier issued pursuant to § 71 para. 1 of law No.

49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act,

considered an authorization to operate regular commercial air transportation

the air carrier of a third country issued pursuant to § 71 para. 1 of law No.

49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



8. the authorisation to operate a non-scheduled commercial air transportation

foreign air carrier issued pursuant to § 71 para. 1 of law No.

49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act,

considered a permit to operate a non-scheduled commercial air

transportation by an air carrier of a third country, issued under section 71 c para. 1

Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this

the law.




9. the national programmes issued under § 85 para. 3 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., on

the version in force until the date of entry into force of this law, shall be construed as

national programs delivered in accordance with § 85a of paragraph 1. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., on

the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act.



10. A natural person who enters into a dedicated unaccompanied

security space according to the directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), it is

shall apply within 12 months from the date of entry into force of this Act on the

background checks pursuant to § 85e para. 2 of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., on

the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act; This does not apply,

If it is a person in accordance with § 85e para. 2 of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended by

effective from the date of entry into force of this Act. By the time of issue of the document

about the reliability in accordance with § 85i Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from

the effective date of this Act, the termination of the proceeding concerning a request by

the first sentence, or the acquisition of the decision on the request by the phrase

First, the applicant shall be deemed reliable.



11. The airport operator is obliged to request within 12 months from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this law on the approval of the airport security programme

According to § 85 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of

entry into force of this Act. Until the legal force of the decision on

application referred to in the first sentence, or stop the proceedings on the application by the phrase

the first is a security program to safeguard civil aviation against

acts of unlawful interference such approved by the aerodrome operator in accordance with § 85a

paragraph. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of

This Act shall be deemed approved by the airport security program

§ 85 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this Act.



12. the certificate to carry out training in the field of civil aviation security

from irregular acts issued pursuant to § 85 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997

Coll., in the version in force until the date of entry into force of this Act,

It considers the implementation of the training permit issued under section

85x paragraph 1. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this Act.



13. A natural or legal person who carries out the activities of the Standing

the sender, a well known supplier of catering supplies, or a known vendor

Airport inventory by directly applicable European Union legislation

relating to the protection of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23),

or transporting cargo and/or mail subject

security check is required to notify within 3 months from the date of acquisition

the effectiveness of this law, that fact pursuant to § 86 para. 2 of law No.

49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from the date of entry into force of this Act;

If it fails, it must not continue to engage in such an activity.



14. a natural or legal person who operates an airport or business

air transport, or activity regulated agent, a known

the sender, an approved vendor of catering supplies or trainers

According to the applicable European Union legislation directly governing the protection of

civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference ^ 23), the Office for

Civil Aviation within 60 days from the date of entry into force of this Act

the base measures pursuant to § 86 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended by

effective from the date of entry into force of this Act. By the time of the enforcement

the decision establishing the basic measures have been established, the person referred to in

the first sentence of § 86 para. 5 of the Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force from

the effective date of this Act, shall not apply; This does not apply if

such a person, the civil aviation authority that her basic measures

does not provide due pursuant to § 86 para. 1 of Act No. 49/1997 Coll., as amended by

effective from the date of entry into force of this Act.



15. the administrative proceedings according to Act No. 49/1997 Coll., in the version in force until the date of

entry into force of this Act, initiated before the date of entry into force of

This law, and to this day finally completes the unfinished and the law

and obligations associated therewith shall be assessed in accordance with the existing laws,

regulations.



1) European Parliament and Council Directive 2002/30/EC of 26 July 2000. March

2002 on the rules and procedures for the introduction of operating restrictions to

reduce the noise at Community airports.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2003/42/EC of 13 April 2004. June 2003

on occurrence reporting in civil aviation.



Council Directive 96/67/EC of 15 December 1999. October 1996 on access to the market

groundhandling at Community airports.



Council Directive 2004/82/EC of 29 April 2004. April 2004 on the obligation of carriers

supply data on passengers.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/36/EC of 21 June 1999. April 2004

on the safety of third country aircraft using the airport

The community.



Commission Directive 2008/49/EC of 16 December 2002. April 2008 amending

Annex II to the directive of the European Parliament and Council Directive 2004/36/EC as regards the

on the implementation of ramp inspections on aircraft using

Community airports.



European Parliament and Council directive 2009/12/EC of 11 December 1997. March 2009

on airport charges.



1A) Council Regulation (EEC) No 95/93 of 18 January. January 1993 on common

rules for the allocation of slots at Community airports, in

as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 of 11 March. February

2004 establishing common rules on compensation and assistance to passengers in the

air passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or

long delay of flights, and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 295/91.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of a single

European sky (the framework regulation), as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 on the provision of air navigation services in the single

European sky (the service provision Regulation), as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 551/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 on the organisation and use of airspace in the single

European sky (the airspace Regulation), as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 552/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 on the interoperability of the European air traffic management network

(the interoperability Regulation), as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 785/2004 of 21 April 2004. April

2004 on insurance requirements for air carriers and aircraft operators

aircraft, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 847/2004 of 29 April 2004. April

2004 on the negotiation and implementation of air agreements between Member States and

third countries.



Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 2111/2005 of 14 December 2005.

December 2005 establishing the Community list of air

the carrier, which are subject to an operating ban within the

The community, on the information of air transport passengers on the identity of

the operating air carrier, and repealing article 9 of Directive

2004/36/EC, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1107/2006 of 5 October 2006

July 2006 concerning the rights of persons with disabilities and persons with reduced

mobility in air transport.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 of 20 December. February

2008 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a

The European Aviation Safety Agency, repealing Council directive

91/670 EC, Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 and Directive 2004/36/EC, as

the text of the. European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 300/2008 of the

11 March 2008 on common rules in the field of civil

aviation against acts of unlawful interference, and repealing Regulation (EC) No.

2320/2002, as amended.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1008/2008 of 24 September. September

2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in the

The community.



Commission Regulation (EU) No 72/2010 of 26 July. January 2010, which

laying down procedures for conducting Commission inspections in the field of the protection of

aviation against acts of unlawful interference.



Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 996/2010 of 20 September. October

2010 on the investigation and prevention of accidents and incidents in civil aviation

repeal of Directive 94/56/EC.



Commission Regulation (EU) No 805/2011 from 10 June. August 2011

down detailed rules for the granting of licences and certain

certification of air traffic controllers, according to a regulation of the European

Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 216/2008. ".



1 c) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 as amended

the text of the.



1 d) Act No. 106/1999 Coll., on free access to information, as

amended.



1E) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of a single

European sky (the framework regulation).



1F) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 552/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 on the interoperability of the European air traffic management network

(the interoperability Regulation).




1 g) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 of 11 March.

February 2004 establishing common rules on compensation and assistance

passengers in the air passengers in the event of denied boarding,

of cancellation or long delay of flights, and repealing Regulation

(EEC) No 295/91.



1 h) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1107/2006 of 5 October 2006

December 2006 on the rights of persons with disabilities and persons with reduced

mobility in air transport.



1I) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 of 14 December 2005.

December 2005 establishing the Community list of air

the carrier, which are subject to an operating ban within the

The community, on the information of air transport passengers on the identity of

the operating air carrier, and repealing article 9 of Directive

2004/36/EC.



1J) Convention No 147/1947 Coll. and n., on international civil aviation,

in the wording of later regulations.



1 k) Law No 18/2004 Coll., on the recognition of professional qualifications and other

eligibility of nationals of the Member States of the European Union and the

amendments to certain laws (law on the recognition of professional qualifications), as amended by

amended.



1 l) Convention No 147/1947 Coll. and n., on international civil aviation,

in the wording of later regulations.



1 m) Act No. 266/1994 Coll., on criminal records, as amended

regulations.



1N) Law No 373/2007 Coll., on specific health services.



2) section 1 of the Act No. 13/1993 Coll. Customs law.



2A) of Council Regulation (EEC) No 95/93 of 18 January. January 1993 on common

rules for the allocation of slots at Community airports.



3) Act No. 50/1976 Coll., on zoning and the building code (the building

Act), as amended.



4) section 120 of the Act No 50/1976 Sb.



4A) Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on the protection of public health and amending

some related laws, as amended.



Government Regulation No. 502/2000 Coll., on the protection of health from the adverse

effects of noise and vibration, as amended by Decree-Law No 88/2004 Sb.



4B) Act No. 100/2001 Coll., on the assessment of the effects on the environment and on the

changes to some related laws (Act on environmental impact assessment

the environment), as amended by Act No. 93/2004 Coll.



4 c) section 31 of Act No. 258/2000 Coll., on the protection of public health and amending

some related laws, as amended.



4 d) Article. 2 (a). (d)) directive of the European Parliament and of the Council 2002/30/EC of the

on 26 April. March 2002 on rules and procedures for the introduction of operating

to reduce the noise restrictions at Community airports.



5) Eg. § 16 para. 1 (b). n) Act No. 114/1992 Coll., on the protection of

nature and landscape.



5A) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of a single

European sky (the framework regulation).



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 on the provision of air navigation services in the single

European sky (the service provision Regulation).



5B) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 on the provision of air navigation services in the single

European sky (the service provision Regulation).



5 c) Article. 13 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004 of the

day 10. March 2004 on the provision of air navigation services in

the single European sky (the service provision Regulation).



5 d) Article. 5 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 551/2004 of the

10 March 2004 on the organisation and use of airspace in the single

European sky (the airspace Regulation).



5E) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of a single

European sky (the framework regulation).



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 551/2004 of 10 February 2004.

March 2004 on the organisation and use of airspace in the single

European sky (the airspace Regulation).



5F) § 16a para. 7 Decree No. 108/1997 Coll., implementing Act No.

49/1997 Coll., on Civil Aviation, and amending and supplementing Act No.

455/1991 Coll., on trades (Trade Act), as amended by

amended, as amended by Decree No 101/1999 Coll.



5 g) of section 5 of Act No. 239/2000 Coll., on the integrated rescue system and about the

amendments to certain laws, as amended by Act No. 320/2002 Coll.



5 h) section 19 of Act No. 239/2000 Coll.



5I) Council Regulation (EEC) No 2407/1992 of 23 December 2003. July 1992 on

licensing of air carriers.



5J) Act No. 326/1999 SB. on residence of aliens in the territory of the Czech Republic and

amending certain laws, as amended.



5 k) Act No. 101/2000 Coll., on the protection of personal data and on amendments to certain

laws, as amended.



5 l) Act No. 101/2000 Coll., as amended. Act No.

283/1991 Coll., on the police of the Czech Republic, as amended.



5 m) Council Regulation (EEC) No 2408/1992 of 23 December 2003. July 1992 on

access for Community air carriers to air routes inside

The community.



5N) Article. 5 European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 847/2004 of the

29 April 2004 on the negotiation and implementation of air agreements between Member

States and third countries.



6) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2320/2002 of 16 December 2002.

December 2002 establishing common rules in the field of

civil aviation security as amended.



6a) Act No. 191/1999 Coll., on emergency oil stocks, about health solutions

oil shortage and amending some related laws (Act on emergency

oil stocks).



6B) Act No. 191/1999 Coll., on emergency oil stocks, about health solutions

oil shortage and amending some related laws (Act on emergency

oil stocks), as amended by Act No. 561/2004 Coll.



7) § 2 (b). (d)) and sections 8 to 20 of Act No. 553/1991 Coll., on State

inspection.



7A) Article. 45 and 46 of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 1592/2002

of 15 November 2004. July 2002 on common rules in the field of civil

Aviation and establishing a European Aviation Safety Agency.



8) § 2 (2). 2 of the commercial code.



8A) § 149 paragraph. 1 Act No. 500/2004 Coll., the administrative code.



9) Act No. 526/1990 Coll., on prices, as amended.



9A) Law No 111/2009 Coll., on basic registers.



10) Act No. 368/1992 Coll., on administrative fees, as amended by

amended.



10A) Council Regulation No 785/2004 on insurance requirements for air

carriers and operators.



11) Law No. 89/1995 Coll., on State statistical service.



11A) the agreement of 11 May 1999. November 2003 on the participation of the Czech Republic,

The Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania

Republic, the Republic of Hungary, the Republic of Malta, the Republic of Poland,

The Republic of Slovenia and the Slovak Republic in the European economic

space.



12) Convention No 147/1947 Coll. on international civil aviation, as

amended.



13) Council Regulation (EC) No 3922/91 EEC from 16. December 1991 to the harmonisation of

technical requirements and administrative procedures in the field of civil aviation

amended by Council Regulation (EC) no 2176/96 EEC.



14) the communication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No. 157/1996 Coll., on

International Convention relating to cooperation for the safety of air

operation-the European Organisation for the safety of air navigation

(EUROCONTROL).



15) Act No. 95/2004 Coll., on conditions for the acquisition and recognition of professional

competence and specialized competence to perform the medical

the professions of doctor, dentist and pharmacist, as amended

regulations.



16) Commission Regulation (EC) No 805/2011.



17) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 549/2004, as amended

the text of the.



European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004, as amended

the text of the.



Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 551/2004, as amended

the text of the.



Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No 552/2004, as amended

the text of the.



18) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004, as amended

the text of the.



19) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EU) No 996/2010.



20) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1008/2008 of 24 September.

September 2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in the

The community.



21) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005, as

the text of the.



22 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 859/2008 of 20 December. August 2008

Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 as regards common technical

requirements and administrative procedures applicable to commercial transportation.



23) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 300/2008.



24) Commission Regulation (EU) No 72/2010.



25) Council Regulation (EEC) No 95/93, as amended.



26) for example, European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 in the

as amended.



The Commission implementing Regulation (EU) no 923/2012 of 26 March. September 2012

common rules of flying and operation regulations concerning

services and procedures in the field of air navigation and amending the implementing


Regulation (EC) No 1035/2007 and Regulation (EC) No 1265/2007, (EC) No.

1794/2006, (EC) no 1033/2006 and (EC) no 255/2010.



27) of the Commission Regulation (EU) No 185/2010 of 4. March 2010 laying

down implementing measures for the common basic standards for aviation

safety, as amended.



28) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 as amended

the text of the.



Commission Regulation (EU) No 805/2011.



29) Commission Regulation (EU) no 255/2010 of 25 March. March 2010 laying

lays down common rules on air traffic flow management.



30) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 as amended

the text of the.



31) the Commission Regulation (EU) No 73/2010 of 26 July. January 2010, which

sets out the requirements on air quality data and aeronautical information for

the single European sky.



32) Commission Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003 of 20 November 2003. November 2003 on the

the continuing airworthiness of aircraft and aeronautical products,

parts and equipment and the approval of organisations and personnel involved in the

These tasks, as amended.



33) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1107/2006.



34) European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005, as

the text of the.