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North Carolina General Statutes Chapter 63 > Article 3 - Stealing, Tampering with, or Operating Aircraft While Intoxicated

North Carolina General Statutes > Chapter 63 > Article 3 - Stealing, Tampering with, or Operating Aircraft While Intoxicated


Current as of: 2010
§ 63-25Taking of aircraft made crime of larceny
§ 63-26Tampering with aircraft made crime
§ 63-26.1Trespass upon airport property made a crime
§ 63-27Operation of aircraft while impaired
§ 63-28Infliction of serious bodily injury by operation of an aircraft while impaired

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Federal Regulations: Aircraft

CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 63 - Certification: Flight crewmembers other than pilots
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 65 - Certification: Airmen other than flight crewmembers
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 23 - Airworthiness standards: Normal, utility, acrobatic, and commuter category airplanes
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 25 - Airworthiness standards: Transport category airplanes
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 26 - Continued Airworthiness and Safety Improvements for Transport Category Airplanes
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 27 - Airworthiness standards: Normal category rotorcraft
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 101 - Moored balloons, kites, unmanned rockets and unmanned free balloons
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 31 - Airworthiness standards: Manned free balloons
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 103 - Ultralight vehicles
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 33 - Airworthiness standards: Aircraft engines
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 105 - Parachute Operations
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 119 - Certification: Air carriers and commercial operators
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 34 - Fuel venting and exhaust emission requirements for turbine engine powered airplanes
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 121 - Operating requirements: Domestic, flag, and supplemental operations
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 35 - Airworthiness standards: Propellers
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 125 - Certification and operations: Airplanes having a seating capacity of 20 or more passengers or a maximum payload capacity of 6,000 pounds or more; and rules governing persons on board such aircraft
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 36 - Noise standards: Aircraft type and airworthiness certification
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 129 - Operations: Foreign air carriers and foreign operators of U.S.-registered aircraft engaged in common carriage
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 39 - Airworthiness directives
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 43 - Maintenance, preventive maintenance, rebuilding, and alteration
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 133 - Rotorcraft external-load operations
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 45 - Identification and registration marking
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 135 - Operating requirements: Commuter and on demand operations and rules governing persons on board such aircraft
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 47 - Aircraft registration
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 136 - Commericial air tours and National Parks air tour management
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter I > Part 49 - Recording of aircraft titles and security documents
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter II > Part 207 - Charter trips by U.S. scheduled air carriers
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter II > Part 208 - Charter trips by U.S. charter air carriers
CFR > Title 14 > Chapter II > Part 252 - Smoking aboard aircraft
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