Enforcement Rule of the Aviation Safety and Security Act

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1 The English version is translated and uploaded only for the purpose of no other than PR, and thereby, Enforcement Rule of the Aviation Safety and security act in the Korean language will prevail regarding authorization and permission. Enforcement Rule of the Aviation Safety and Security Act [Effective September 23, 2010] [Partially Amended by No, 287 of the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs, September 20, 2010] The Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs (Aviation Security Team of the Aviation Safety Center) Article 1 (Purpose) The purpose of this Rule is to define matters delegated by the Aviation Safety and Security Act and its Enforcement Decree and matters necessary for the enforcement thereof. Article 2 (Persons Obliged to Cooperate) Any other persons as prescribed by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs under Article 5 of the Aviation Safety and Security Act (hereinafter referred to as "Act") means any person falling under each of the following subparagraphs: 1. Any person who installed airfield facilities or navigation safety facilities with the permission of the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs, under the provisions of Article 75 (2) of the Aviation Act. 2. Any person who carries out a city air terminal business under the provisions of Article 139 of the Aviation Act. Article 3 (Drafter of Enforcement Plan) Any other persons as prescribed by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs in Article 10 (1) of the Act and Article 9 of the Enforcement Decree of Aviation Safety and Security Act (hereinafter referred to as Decree ) means a person who carries out a city air terminal business under the provisions of Article 139 of the Aviation Act. Article 3-2 (Content of National Aviation Security Plan, etc.) 1 The national aviation security plan (hereinafter referred to as the national aviation security plan ) under Article 10 (1) of the Act shall include the following items. 1. Duty of aviation safety and security of airport operators, etc. under Article 9 (1) of the Act (hereinafter referred to as the airport operators, etc. ); 2. Management of aviation safety and security devices (hereinafter referred to as the aviation safety and security devices, etc.) under Article 27 (1) of the Act; 3. Education and training under Article 28 (2) of the Act; 4. Contingency plans(hereinafter referred to as the emergency plan ) under Article 31 (1) of the Act; 5. Inspection under Article 33 (1) of the Act;

2 6. International cooperation on aviation safety and security; and 7. Other necessary matters for aviation safety and security. 2 The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall have consultation with the National Civil Security Committee under Article 7 (1) of the Act when establishing the national aviation security plan. Article 3-3 (Approval of Internal Security Plan, etc.) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall review the following items when approving the internal security plan under Article 10 (2) of the Act: 1. Suitability with the national aviation security plan; and 2. Suitability with international agreements regarding aviation security, etc. such as the Convention of International Civil Aviation and Annex 17, etc. Article 3-4 (Internal Security Plan of Airport Operators) 1 Internal security plans established by an airport operator under Article 10 (2) of the Act shall include the following items: 1. Establishment of an aviation safety and security organization, duty and designation of security manager; 2. Education and training on aviation safety and security; 3. Procedure of deliver and report of aviation safety and security information; 4. Airport facility security guard measures; 5. Designation of security restricted areas and restriction of access to airport; 6. Security screening on passengers, their belongings and checked baggage; 7. Security screening on transit and transfer passengers, their belongings and checked baggage; 8. Confirmation process of passengers identification; 9. Operation plan of airport security screening agents; 10. Aviation safety and security management measures for businesses in airport, located outside security restricted areas under Article 12 of the Act; 11. Management and operation of aviation safety and security devices; 12. Measures and report and delivery system of security screening failure, etc. under Article 19 (1) of the Act; 13. Recording and maintenance of security screening under Article 29 of the Act; and 14. Concrete security standards by airport characteristics. 2 An airport operator shall notify to related organizations and air carriers when obtaining approval its internal security plan. Article 3-5 (Internal Security Plan of Air Carriers) 1 The internal security plan established under Article 10 (2) of the Act shall include the following items:

3 1. Establishment of an aviation safety and security organization, duty and designation of security manager; 2. Education and training on aviation safety and security; 3. Procedure of deliver and report of aviation safety and security information; 4. Security measures for aircraft repair facilities, etc. under management and operation of air carriers; 5. The following matters regarding aviation security: a) Aircraft security measure; b) Security inspection on aircraft before and after flight; c) Security and control procedures for boarding steps, boarding bridge, access door of aircraft on the apron and disposition of security agents; d) Security measures for aircraft on flight; e) Procedure on passengers who violate the obligation to cooperate in maintaining safety under Article 23 of the Act; f) Procedure of transportation of prison inmates under Article 24 of the Act; g) Procedure of handover of offenders under Article 25 of the Act; h) Procedure of operation of aircraft security agents and their weapons; i) Security measure for aircrafts of international routes; j) Aviation safety and security measure in the case of increasing threats against aircraft; k) Safety strengthening measure for cockpit access procedure and cockpit entrance door; l) Authority of a pilot and authority delegation procedure; and m) Operation procedure of aircraft security devices. 6. Security measure for catering, stores and supplies; 7. Operation plan of aviation security screening agents; 8. Report of measures against security screening failure under Article 19 (1) of the Act; 9. Security screening method on air cargo; 10. Drawing up and maintenance of security screening record under Article 29 of the Act; 11. Management and operation of aviation safety and security devices; 12. Cargo terminal security measure (only referring to an air carrier that manages and operates cargo terminal) 13. Provision procedure of transportation information under Article 17 (3) of the Act; 14. Loading and transportation procedure of hazardous materials; 15. Protection measures on checked baggage that went through security screening before it is loaded onto the aircraft; 16. Identification procedure on passengers and their checked baggage; 17. Information provision to an airport operator for passenger identification; 18. Procedure for aircraft boarding rejection under Article 23 (7) of the Act; 19. Procedure to help passengers unboard before the aircraft s landing; 20. Measure for safety and security management on flight documents; 21. Measure for management of the access pass to security restricted areas; and 22. Other necessary matters for aviation safety and security.

4 2 The internal security plan established by air carriers of foreign nationality shall be drawn up both in English and Korean. Article 3-6 (Internal Security Plan of an Aircraft Handling Company, etc.) The internal security plan established by an aircraft handling company, aircraft maintenance company, a business in airport (only referring to any business inside security restricted areas), an air passenger cargo terminal operator and a city center airport operator shall include the following items: 1. Establishment of aviation safety and security organization, its concrete duty and designation of a security manager; 2. Education and training on aviation safety and security; 3. Procedure of delivery and report of aviation safety and security information; 4. Measure for management of the access pass to security restricted areas; 5. Measure for guard and security screening of related facilities; 6. Management and operation of aviation safety and security devices; and 7. Other necessary matters regarding aviation safety and security. Article 3-7 (Modification, etc. of the Internal Security Plan) 1 The insignificant matters prescribed by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs under Article 10 (2) of the Act shall refer to any of the following items: 1. Changes in current situation of airports; 2. Changes in the names of organizations and departments; 3. Reflection of changes in laws, publication and guidelines on aviation safety and security. 2 An airport operator, etc. shall notify any modification of the internal security plan under paragraph 1 to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs without delay. Article 4 (Designation of Security Restricted Areas) The security restricted areas under the provisions of Article 12 (1) of the Act shall include each of the following subparagraphs: 1. Any area where security screening is completed 2. Immigration checkpoints 3. Customs checkpoints 4. Control facilities including control towers 5. Runways and aprons 6. Any area where navigational safety facilities are established 7. Air cargo terminals 8. Incidental areas to the areas as prescribed by (4) - (7) inclusive

5 Article 5 (Approval, Change, and Revocation of Designation of Security Restricted Areas, etc.) 1 Any airport operator seeking approval for designating security restricted areas or temporary security restricted areas (hereinafter referred to as security restricted areas, etc. ) under the provisions of Article 12 of the Act shall submit each of the following documents to the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. 1. The purpose of designating security restricted areas, etc. 2. Blueprint of security restricted areas, etc. 3. Access control measures for security restricted areas, etc. 4. Designation period (applied to the designation of temporary security restricted areas only) 2 Any airport operator seeking approval for the change of designated security restricted areas, etc. shall submit each of the following documents to the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. 1. Reason for the change of security restricted areas, etc. 2. Blueprint of the concerned security restricted areas to be changed 3. Access control measures of the concerned security restricted areas to be changed 3 Any airport operator seeking revocation of designation of security restricted areas, etc. shall obtain approval from the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. Article 6 (Permission for Access to Security Restricted Areas, etc.) 1 Any person who is to enter security restricted areas under Article 13 of the Act shall submit a permit application for access which is designated by the airport operator to the airport operator. In this case, any person who is to enter by vehicle shall submit a separate permit application for access of the vehicle. 3 Any airport operator who permitted access to security restricted areas, etc. shall issue an access pass for the applicant or the vehicle as designated by the airport operator. In this case, permission of access to the areas which are not managed by the airport operator shall be consulted with the head of the administrative agency in the jurisdiction in advance. 3 When a person who gained permission as prescribed in 2 enters security restricted areas, etc., the person shall wear the access pass, and shall attach the access pass for vehicle on the windscreen of driver s seat of the vehicle in the case of entering by vehicle.. 4 An airport operator and a cargo terminal operator shall keep a record of the persons or vehicles entered security restricted areas, etc., and retain the record for at least one year after documentation. 5 Detailed matters concerning the permission for the access to security restricted areas and documentation and retention of the record shall be determined by the airport operator and the cargo terminal operator, unless otherwise prescribed by this Rule Article 7 (Safety Measures for Cockpit Doors) 1 All air carriers shall take each of the following safety measures with cockpit doors to enhance the security and security of aircrafts under the provisions of Article 14 (3) of the Act.

6 1. An access control process for cockpit shall be established. 2. A durable safety lock shall be installed that is not opened easily by passengers. 3. The methods for storing cockpit door keys shall be prepared. 4. Cockpit doors shall be locked during the flight 5. Aviation safety and security facilities shall be established according to the safety measures taken by the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affaires under the provisions of Article 32 of the Act. 2 All air carriers shall conduct the following security inspections before flight for passenger safety and aircraft security under Article 14 (4) of the Act: 1. Inspection on exterior of an aircraft; 2. Inspection on cabin, seat, toilet and cockpit, etc.; 3. Supervision on aircraft maintenance and air service; 4. Access control to aircraft; 5. Supervision on shipping of checked baggage, cargo and goods, etc.; 6. Security measure on cabin crew s belongings; 7. Seat confirmation and safety measure for special duty performers and aircraft security agents; 8. Procedure and method of security communication signal; 9. Review and confirmation of flight information; and 10. Access control of cabin crew to a cockpit, order procedure and confirmation. 3 All air carriers shall come up with measures regarding any of the following items to control access to aircraft under paragraph 2, 4: 1. Management of boarding steps; 2. Access control to boarding bridge; 3. Security measure on access door to aircraft; and 4. Disposition of security agents. Article 8 (Criteria for Designating a Security Screening Outsourcing Company) The criteria for designating a security screening outsourcing company under the provisions of Article 15 (3) and (6) of the Act is as follows: 1. Criteria for designating an outsourcing company for security screening of passengers, carry-on baggage, and checked baggage A. For Incheon Airport, (1) The company shall be a corporation authorized to run a security business under the provisions of Article 4 of the Security Industry Act. (2) The company shall be capitalized at KRW 1billion or above (3) The company shall have at least 100 security screening personnel who are regular employees B. For Gimpo, Gimhae, and Jeju Airpot, (1) The company shall be a corporation authorized to run a security business under the provisions of Article 4 of the Security Industry Act. (2) The company shall be capitalized at KRW 1billion or above (3) The company shall have at least 50 security screening personnel who are regular employees

7 C. Other airports than the airports stipulated in A and B. 1. (1) The company shall be a corporation authorized to run a security business under the provisions of Article 4of the Security Industry Act. (2) The company shall be capitalized at KRW 500million or above (3) The company shall have at least 10 security screening personnel who are regular employees 2. The criteria for designating an outsourcing company for security screening of air cargoes. A. The company shall be a corporation authorized to run a security business under the provisions of Article 4 of the Security Industry Act. B. The company shall be capitalized at KRW 500million or above C. The company shall have at least 5 security screening personnel who are regular employees Article 9 (Revocation of the Designation of a Security Screening Outsourcing Company) The Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs may revoke the designation of a security screening outsourcing company upon the occurrence of any of the following events under Article 15 (6) of the Act: 1. when the company has committed deceptive or other injustice practices to be designated; 2. when the company fails to meet the criteria of designation as described by the provisions of Article 8, except when such fails are temporary and the criteria is met within three months thereof; 3. when the permission to run a security business granted according to the Security Industry Act is revoked or the business is suspended; or 4. when damages to persons are caused due to a serious mistake on purpose or by negligence while performing security screening duties Article 9-2 (Designation Criteria of Known Shippers) 1 The criteria prescribed by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs under Article 17-2 (1) of the Act shall refer to any of the following items: 1. A shipper shall be equipped with the following screening devices: a) X-ray to screen security of cargo loaded onto the passenger aircraft; and b) X-ray, explosives detection system or explosives trace detection devices in the cases of cargo being loaded onto the cargo flight. 2. The shipper shall have more than two aviation security screening personnel; 3. The shipper shall be equipped with the following facilities: a) Facility for cargo package and storage, which is located outside general areas and thereby guarantees the security of air cargo; and b) Facility that stores security screened air cargo separately from unscreened air cargo. 4. The shipper shall have the record of air cargo transportation more than 24 times within 6 months from the designation application date; 5. The shipper shall satisfy other criteria prescribed by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime

8 Affairs. 2 Notwithstanding paragraph 1, paragraph 1, 1 and 2, may not apply to the cases where the known shipper outsource security screening of air cargo to a security business under Article 4 (1) of the Security Industry Act. Article 9-3 (Designation Procedure of Known Shippers) 1 The designation procedure of a known shipper under Article 17-2 (4) of the Act shall be as follows: 1. A shipper who desires to be designated as a known shipper shall submit the designated application of the attached form 1 and the following items to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs: a) Air cargo security program including matters regarding security and screening devices and aviation security and screening devices, etc.; b) Certificate of international forwarding business (only referring to international forwarding businesses) under Article 6 (2) of Article 43 (1) of the Framework Act on the Logistics Policy and the Enforcement Rule of the same Act; c) Business license; d) Certified copy of the register; e) Record of cargo transportation; f) List of persons in charge of air cargo security and written request of identification reference; and g) Certificate of education course of security control employees. 2. The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, when receiving the designation application of the known shipper, shall order relevant government officials such as aviation security inspectors(hereinafter referred to as the inspectors under Article 33 (1) of the Act to examine the application under Article 9-2 (1). Provided, That he/she may refer to an expert for examination if necessary. 3. The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall issue a certificate of designation in the attached form 2 when he/she completes the examination and designates the known shipper. 2 The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall notify to air carriers when he/she designates a known shipper. Article 9-4 (Designation Cancellation of Known Shippers) 1 The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall hold a hearing under Article 17-3 (1) of the Act when he/she cancels the designation of the known shipper. 2 The known shipper that receives the notification of cancellation shall return the designation certificate to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs within 10 days from the notification date. Article 10 (Security Control of Catering, etc.) 1 All air carriers shall establish security measures for the

9 persons and vehicles carrying catering supplies or cabin stores and catering supplies manufacturing facilities in order to prevent hazardous items from being carried onto an aircraft under the disguise of catering supplies or cabin stores under the provisions of Article 18 of the Act. 2 All air carriers shall not allow catering supplies or cabin stores to be carried onto an aircraft upon the occurrence of any of the following events: 1. when there is any sign of external intrusions; 2. when inspection and checks are not performed by the person designated by an air carrier; or 3. when it is suspected that catering containers, etc. include dangerous items Article 11 (Reporting of Failures etc. of Security Screening) Any airport operator, air carrier or cargo terminal operator shall report the occurrence of any of the following events to the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs under the provisions of Article 19 (1), 3 of the Act; 1. when an act of unlawful interference falling under (a) through (g) of Article 2, 8 of the Act occurs; 2. when security screening is not performed with the methods stipulated in the provisions of Articles inclusive and Article 16 of the Enforcement Decree of the Aviation Safety and Security Act (hereinafter referred to as the Decree ); 3. when security screening is performed by any personnel who did not complete the training as described in the provisions of Article 28 of the Act; or 4. when there is an increasing threat by weapons and explosive substances. Article 12 (Safe and Secure Management of Flight Documents) 1 All air carriers shall maintain flight documents under the provisions of Article 20 of the Act as each of the followings. 1. All air carriers shall establish a guideline for safety and security management of flight documents such as the procedures for handling the documents. 2. All air carriers shall designate personnel in charge of the security and handling for the safe and secure management of flight documents 3. All air carriers shall designate storage space for flight documents 2 All air carriers shall retain boarding passes, baggage tags, passenger manifest, list cargo manifest, report on dangerous goods, report on transport of weapons, and other flight documents designated by the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs for at least one year from documentation. 3 In accordance with paragraph 2, flight documents may be kept as information data (hereinafter referred to as the electronic information data ) produced and managed by a data processing device such as computer. etc. Article 12-2 (Procedure for approval of weapon carriage on board) 1 Under Article 21 (5) of the Act, a person who wants to carry a weapon into the aircraft shall submit an

10 application with the following matters to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs at least three days before boarding the aircraft. Provided, That in the case of urgent security duty and prisoners escort, he/she shall notify the fact by wire, etc. in advance before boarding the aircraft and shall submit it in written within three days after boarding the aircraft. 1. Name of the weapon carrier; 2. Resident registration number of the weapon carrier; 3. Passport number of the weapon carrier (only referring to foreigners); 4. Flight date and number; 5. Reason of carrying weapons; 6. Type and quantity of weapons; and 7. Other matters necessary for carrying weapons into the aircraft. 2 The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, when receiving an application for approval of weapon carriage, shall give the approval in the cases falling under special duties under Article 18-2 of the Decree and the type of weapons under Article 19 of the Decree. 3 The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall notify related organizations when he/she gives approval of weapon carriage under paragraph 2. 4 The provisions of paragraph 1 through 3 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the cases where an aircraft with foreign nationality carries weapons in to Korea "To perform specific duties or otherwise prescribed by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs" as prescribed in Article 21(1) of the Act means an in-flight security officer performing duties to prevent any act disrupting the order and safety within an aircraft. Article 13 (Persons to Be denied to Board an Aircraft) 1 Any air carrier may deny one of the following persons to board an aircraft according to Article 23 (7) 4 of the Act; 1. any person who refuses to follow the measures necessary taken for the safety of an air carrier s passengers and the safety of the aircraft under Article 14 (1) of the Act; 2. any person who could threaten passengers and crew by being engaged in the behaviors described in Article 23 (1)-3 of the Act; 3. any person who is engaged in the behaviors described in Article 23 (2) of the Act; 4. any person who refuses to comply with legitimate instructions given by the pilot-in-command et al. under Article 23 (4) of the Act; or 5. any person who is engaged in threatening behavior, offensive behavior, verbal abuses or insulting behavior during the check-in process including boarding pass issuance, who could disrupt other passengers safety or safe flight of an aircraft. 2 When denying a person to board an aircraft under 1 above, any air carrier shall notify the person of the reason. Article 14 (Methods for Transportation of Persons in custody, etc.) 1 Any air carrier who is notified under

11 the provisions of Article 24 (1) of the Act shall notify the transportation to the pilot-in-command, and the seat location(s) and security requirements for the transportee to the judicial police officer who escorts the transportee or law enforcement official respectively. 2 All air carrier shall take each of the following necessary measures when a transportee is on board for the safety of passengers under the provisions of Article 24 (4) of the Act; 1. A separate boarding process for a transportee shall be prepared. 2. A transportee s seat shall be allocated not to threaten the safety of other passengers 3. A transportee shall not be given alcoholic beverages 4. A transportee shall not be given metal dishes Article 15 (Designation of a Training Institution for Security Screening, etc.) 1 Any person or institution seeking designation as a training institution for security screening under Article 28 (2) of the Act shall submit the attached form 3 of the application for designation as a training institution for security screening along with a training plan including each of the followings to the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. 1. Training course and contents 2. Description of the qualifications and experience of trainers and capacity, etc. 3. Description of training facilities and equipment 4. Evaluation methods 5. Annual training plan 6. Training policy 2 The criteria for designating the facilities, equipment, personnel, etc. under Article 28 (2) of the Act is shown in the attached table. 3 The Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs shall examine the application form submitted as prescribed in 1 above and designate the concerned company if it satisfies the criteria as prescribed in 2. 4In the case of any change to each of the subparagraphs of 1, the training institution for security screening shall report the change to the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. <Amended May 11, 2009> Article 16 (Documentation of Security Screening Records, etc.) 1 All airport operators, air carriers, or security screening outsourcing companies shall document the records inducing each of the followings and retain the records for at least one year. 1. The name and working hours of any security screening personnel and supervisor who performed security screening. 2. Any matter concerning the check and operation of aviation safety and security equipment 3. Other unusual events occurred while performing security screening duties. 2 Security screening under paragraph 1 shall be kept as electronic information data.

12 Article 17 (Provision of Information) The Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs shall provide information to each of the followings according to the provisions of Article 30 of the Act. 1. Administrative agencies under Article 2 (2)-1 of the Decree 2. Relevant agencies in the country where the relevant aircraft is registered and operated 3. Relevant agencies in foreign passengers home countries 4. International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) Article 18 (Contingency Plan by Airport Operators, etc.) 1 The contingency plan established under Subparagraph 1, Article 31 of the Act by airport operators, etc., shall include each of the followings:. 1. Contingency plan of an airport operator A. The role of the relevant administrative agencies B. Measures against any threat to airport facilities C. Measures against the kidnapping of an aircraft D. Measures against any threat with explosive substances or biochemical weapons 2. Contingency plan of an air carrier A. Measures against any threat to airport facilities B. Preventive measures against aircraft hijacking C. A. Measures against any threat to airport facilities 3. Contingency of an aircraft-handling company, an aircraft maintenance company and a business in airport A. Measures against any threat to airport facilities B. A. Measures against any threat to airport facilities 2 Airport operators, etc. shall include the contingency plan in the internal security plan prescribed by the provisions of Article 10 (2) of the Act to obtain approval from the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. Article 19 (Operation of Aviation Security Inspector, etc.) 1 An aviation security inspector shall inspect the duties concerning the aviation safety and security of airport operators, etc., under the ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. 2 Any aviation security inspector under paragraph 1 shall not disrupt ordinary duties of airport operators, etc. while performing inspections for aviation safety and security. 3 Any aviation security inspector shall report any violations on the Aviation Safety and Security Act found during the course of the inspection to the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs without delay. Provided, That in the case of an emergency, he/she shall take emergency measures and notify it to Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs. 4 Any necessary matters concerning the designation, operation and inspection duties of an inspector shall be set forth by the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs, unless otherwise prescribed by this Rule.

13 Article 20 (Establishment and Operation of Filing Office for Remedy for Damage) 1 An air carrier shall establish a filing office for remedy for damage associated with the use of aircraft under the provisions of Paragraph 2, Article 36 of the Act, at an easily accessible location in an airport and operate the office from the arrival of the first aircraft owned by the concerned air carrier until one hour after the arrival of the last flights to the airport every day. 2 When received a filing for remedy for damage as set forth in Article 36 (1) of the Act, any air carrier shall notify the handling of the application including the transfer of the application form for remedy for damage to Korea Consumer Agency pursuant to the Framework Act on Consumers, etc., within eight days upon receiving the application. Addenda <No 340, November 30, 2002> This Rule shall take effect from the promulgation date. Addenda <No. 4, March 14, 2008>(Amendment of the Standards Rule of Real Estate Appraisal Practice, etc. pursuant to the amendment of the Government Organization Act) This Rule shall take effect from the promulgation date.. Addenda <No 28, June 27, 2008> This Rule shall take effect from June 29, Addenda <No. 125, May 11, 2009>(Enforcement Rules of the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs and Its Organizations) Article 1 (Enforcement Date) This Rule shall take effect form the promulgation date. Article 2 (Amendment of Other Laws) 1 and 2 omitted 3 The Rule of Aviation Safety and Security shall be amended in part as follows: In Article 5 (1) except for each of the subparagraphs, (2) except for each of the subparagraphs, (3), Article 7 (5), Article 9 except for each of the subparagraphs, Article 11 except for each of the subparagraphs, Article 12 (2), Article 15(1) except for each of the subparagraphs, (3) through (5), Article 17 except for each of the subparagraphs, Article 18 (2), Article 19(1),(3), (4), and the signature box on the front page of the annexed form, the words "the Head of Civil Aviation Safety Authority" shall be changed to "the Minister of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs". The word "Civil Safety Aviation Authority" in the responsible institution (department) on the back page of the

14 annexed form shall be changed to the Ministry of Land, Transport, and Maritime Affairs. Addenda <No. 159, August 19, 2009> This Rule shall take effect from September 10, 2009.

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