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ENFORCEMENT DECREE OF THE AVIATION ACT



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  Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 13710,        Aug. 17, 1992
  Amended by Presidential Decree No. 13870,       Mar. 6, 1993
  Presidential Decree  No. 14322,   Jul. 11, 1994
  Presidential Decree  No. 14438,   Dec. 23, 1994
  Presidential Decree  No. 14447,   Dec. 23, 1994
  Presidential Decree  No. 14450,   Dec. 23, 1994
  Presidential Decree  No. 14721,   Jul. 6, 1995
  Presidential Decree  No. 15598,   Dec. 31, 1997
  Presidential Decree  No. 16511,   Aug. 6, 1999
  Presidential Decree  No. 16891,   Jul. 1, 2000
  Presidential Decree  No. 16892,   Jul. 1, 2000
  Presidential Decree  No. 17173,   Mar. 27, 2001
  Presidential Decree  No. 17269,   Jun. 30, 2001
  Presidential Decree  No. 17406,   Nov. 7, 2001
  Presidential Decree  No. 17706,   Aug. 12, 2002
  Presidential Decree  No. 17790,   Nov. 29, 2002
  Presidential Decree  No. 17816,   Dec. 26, 2002
  Presidential Decree  No. 18117,   Nov. 4, 2003
  Presidential Decree  No. 18468,   Jun. 29, 2004
  Presidential Decree  No. 19195,   Dec. 28, 2005
  Presidential Decree  No. 19281,   Jan. 20, 2006
  Presidential Decree  No. 19503,   Jun. 7, 2006
  Presidential Decree  No. 19513,   Jun. 12, 2006
  Presidential Decree No. 19607,    Jul. 4, 2006
  Presidential Decree No. 20110,    Jun. 26, 2007
  Presidential Decree     No. 20722,     Feb. 29, 2008
  Presidential Decree     No. 20778,     May 6, 2008
  Presidential Decree     No. 21025,     Sep. 22, 2008
  Presidential Decree     No. 21372,     Mar. 25, 2009
  Presidential Decree     No. 21473,     May. 6, 2009
  Presidential Decree     No. 21719,     Sep. 9, 2009



Article 1 (Purpose)
The purpose of this Decree is to provide matters delegated by the Aviation Act (hereinafter
referred to as the "Act") and other matters necessary for the enforcement thereof.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>
Articles 2 through 8 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 16511, Aug. 6, 1999>

Article 9 (Scope of Aircraft)
For the purpose of subparagraph 1 of Article 2 of the Act, the term "other apparatus to be
used for aviation that are prescribed by the Presidential Decree" means the following:
     1. Engine flying devices which exceed the range of self-weight, fuel capacity, etc. as
determined by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs; and
     2. Air spacecraft which has the ability to fly in and out of the atmosphere.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 9-2 (Scope of Public Agencies)
For the purpose of subparagraph 2 of Article 2 of the Act, the term "any such public agency
as determined by the Presidential Decree" means the Korea National Park Service under
Article 44 of the Natural Parks Act.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 9-3 (Classification of Airfields)
For the purpose of subparagraph 4 of Article 2 of the Act, the term "airfields which are
determined by the Presidential Decree" means the following:
     1. Land airfields;
     2. Land heliports;
     3. Water airfields;
     4. Water heliports;
   5. Rooftop heliports (including ship heliports); and
   6. Sea-floating heliports.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 10 (Classification of Airport Facilities)
For the purpose of subparagraph 8 of Article 2 of the Act, the term "facilities prescribed by
the Presidential Decree" means the following basic and support facilities:
     1. Basic facilities as prescribed in the following items:
         (a) Aircraft take-off and landing system, such as runway, taxiway, apron, landing
              zone, etc.;
         (b) Passengers and cargo service facilities, such as passenger terminal, cargo
              terminal, etc.;
         (c) Navigation safety facilities;
         (d) Communication facilities, such as control office, transmitting and receiving
              stations, communication stations, etc.;
         (e) Meteorological observation facilities;
         (f) Airport users parking facilities and guard and security facilities; and
         (g) Airport users publicity and information facilities;
     2. Support facilities as prescribed in the following items:
         (a) Facilities for checking, maintaining, etc. aircraft and ground operation
              equipment;
         (b) Facilities for aviation management, medical care, education, training and fire-
              fighting, and facilities for manufacturing and supplying meals inside the
              aircraft;
         (c) Airport operation and management facilities for operating, maintaining and
              repairing the airport;
         (d) Airport users’ accommodation and airport employees’ welfare facilities;
         (e) Office, lodging, sale, recreation, sports, exhibition, entertainment and
              assembly facilities for airport users;
         (f) Airport traffic facilities and environment protection facilities, such as
              landscape gardening, soundproof walls, pollution discharge preventive
              facilities, etc.;
         (g) Water supply and sewerage systems, and electricity, communication, air
              conditioning, heating facilities;
         (h) Aircraft oil supply, oil storage and management facilities;
        (i) Warehouse facilities for storage of air cargo; and
        (j) Facilities annexed to structures, which are required to operate and administer
            an airport and carry on the air transportation business and other related
            business (hereinafter referred to as the "air transportation business, etc.");
   3. City air terminal;
   4. Passenger and cargo disposal facilities and aviation support facilities in heliport;
   5. Facilities that are to be installed in a free trade zone which is located in an airport
       area and designated pursuant to Article 4 of the Act on the Designation and
       Operation of Free Trade Zones, and are recognized and published by the Minister
       of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs as being necessary to smoothly operate
       the relevant air port; and
   6. Other facilities as deemed necessary by the Minister of Land, Transport and
       Maritime Affairs for the operation and management of the airport.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 10-2 (Classification of Obstacle Limitation Surfaces)
 (1) For the purpose of subparagraph 16 of Article 2 of the Act, the term "surfaces which
     are prescribed by the Presidential Decree" means the following:
       1. Horizontal surface;
       2. Conical surface;
       3. Approach surface and inner approach surface;
       4. Transition surface and inner transition surface; and
       5. Go-around surface.
(2) Necessary matters concerning the standards, etc. for obstacle limitation surfaces
    referred to in paragraph (1) shall be prescribed by the Ordinance of the Ministry of
    Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 11 (Alteration of Important Matters in Master Plan for Aviation Policy)
The “important matter prescribed by the Presidential Decree” under Article 2-5 (4) of the
Act shall be as follows:
 1. objective and strategy plan for national aviation policy;
 2. development of domestic air transportation business;
 3. efficient development of airports;
 4. protection of airport users;
 5. development of aviation safety technology; and
 6. other matters prescribed by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
[This Article Newly Inserted by Presidential Decree No. 20778, May 6, 2008]

Article 11-2 (Establishment of Aviation Policy Committee)
 (1) The aviation policy committee (hereinafter referred to as the “aviation policy
     committee”) under Article 2-6 of the Act shall be composed of less than 20 members
     including one chairman.
 (2) The chairman of the aviation policy committee shall be the Minister of Land,
     Transport and Maritime Affairs and members shall be any of the following persons:
      1. Vice Ministers of the Ministry of Strategy and Finance, the Ministry of Education,
         Science and Technology, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Ministry
         of National Defense, the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism and the Ministry
         of Knowledge Economy.
      2. less that 13 persons with abundant knowledge and experience in aviation
         nominated by the chairman.
 (3) The term of office for members under paragraph (2), 2 shall be two years and may be
     reelected.
 (4) There shall be one manager who handles administrative matters of the aviation policy
     committee, and the manager shall be nominated by the chairman among high ranking
     public officials in general service who belongs to the Ministry of Land, Transport
     Maritime Affairs.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 11-3 (Duty of Chairman of the Committee)
 (1) The chairman shall take overall control of the duties of the Committee and represent
     the Committee.
 (2) A person nominated by the chairman in advance shall assist the chairman and act for
     the chairman if the chairman is unable to perform his duties for unavoidable reasons.
[This Article Newly Inserted by Presidential Decree No. No. 20778, May 6, 2008]

Article 11-4 (Meeting)
 (1) The chairman shall convene the meetings of the Committee and preside over such
     meetings.
 (2) Where the chairman summons a meeting, he shall notify the date and location of the
     meeting and agendas to members before 5 days from the meeting opening date.
     Provided, the same shall not apply to the case where the situation is emergent or
     where there exist unavoidable reasons.
 (3) The meeting of the Committee shall open with the attendance of a majority of the
     total members and resolve with the concurrent vote of a majority of those present.
 (4) The committee may request persons concerned or experts to submit documents or
     attend the meeting or listen to their opinions if he considers necessary for deliberation
     of agendas and other duties.
 (5) The committee shall make and furnish conference records.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 11-5 (Establishment of Working-Level Committee, etc.)
 (1) The working-level committee shall be established under the aviation policy committee
     in order to operate the committee efficiently and handle the delegated matters from the
     committee.
 (2) The working-level committee shall be composed of less than 20 members including
     one chairman.
 (3) The chairman of the working-level committee shall be designated by the Minister of
     Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs among high ranking public officials in general
     service who belong to the Ministry of Land, Transport Maritime Affairs.
 (4) Members of the working-level committee shall be as follows:
      1. One person each nominated by the heads of relevant agencies from among state
         public officials (including high ranking public officials in general service) with the
         ranks of Grade IV at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, the Ministry of
         National Defense, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and Energy, the Civil
         Aviation Safety Authority, among public officials in general service;
      2. one person nominated by the CEO of the Incheon International Airport
         Corporation among executives of the Corporation under the Incheon International
         Airport Corporation Act.
      3. one person nominated by the CEO of the Korea International Airport Corporation
         among executives of the Corporation under the Korea International Airport
         Corporation Act.
      4. one person with profound knowledge and experience in aviation nominated by the
         chairman of the working-level committee.
 (5) The term of office for members under paragraph (4) 4 shall be two years and may be
     reelected.
 (6) There shall be one manager in the working-level committee, and the manager shall be
     nominated by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs among high
     ranking public officials in general service who belong to the Ministry of Land,
     Transport Maritime Affairs.
 (7) Article 11-4 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the meeting of the working-level
     committee.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 11-6 (Allowances, etc.)
Allowances and travel expenses may be paid within the limits of budget to the members for
attending any meeting of the aviation policy committee and the working-level committee
under Article 11-4 (4) and 11-5 (7): Provided, That the same shall not apply to the case
where any public officials attend any meeting of the Committee as members in relation to
matters in which they are in charge.
[This Article Newly Inserted by Presidential Decree No. No. 20778, May 6, 2008]

Article 11-7 (Detailed Rules governing Committee Operation)
The chairman shall determine matters concerning the operation of the Committee other than
those prescribed by this Decree after going through a resolution of the Committee.
[This Article Newly Inserted by Presidential Decree No. No. 20778, May 6, 2008]

Article 12 (Scope of Aircraft not Required to be Registered)
For the purpose of the proviso to Article 3 of the Act, the term "aircraft as prescribed by the
Presidential Decree" means the following ones:
     1. Aircraft used by armed forces or customs house, or for the police services;
     2. Aircraft introduced for the purpose of leasing to a foreign country, which is to
          obtain a foreign nationality;
     3. Aircraft which is manufactured in Korea, but of which owner other than
         manufacturer is not decided; and
     4. Where an aircraft registered in a foreign country is leased and operated under
         Article 2-2 of the Act, the relevant aircraft.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 13 (Inspection of Aircraft, etc.)
      (1) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall, when he certifies or
approves under the provisions of Articles 15, 15-2, 16, 17, 17-2, 17-3, 18 through 20 and
20-2 of the Act, or authorizes under Article 138 of the Act, inspect in advance the aircraft
concerned or equipment, etc. as prescribed by the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs.
      (2) In order to conduct the inspection as referred to in paragraph (1), the Minister of
Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall appoint or commission a person conducting an
inspection of the aircraft (hereinafter referred to as an "inspector") from among those
falling under any one of the following subparagraphs:
       1. A person who holds the qualification for aircraft mechanic or higher as referred
to in subparagraph 9 of Article 26 of the Act;
       2. A person who holds the qualification for aeronautical engineer as referred to in
the National Technical Qualifications Act;
       3. A person who has minimum three-year experience in the design, manufacture,
maintenance or quality assurance service of the aircraft after obtaining a bachelor's degree
or higher related to the aeronautical technology; and
       4. A person who has minimum five-year experience in the design, manufacture,
maintenance or quality assurance service of the aircraft for use by a state agency, etc.
      (3) If an inspector referred to in paragraph (2), who is not a public official of the
Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, conducts an inspection, he may receive
any allowance within the limit of the budget.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 14 (Scope of Ultra Light Flying Devices Not Required for Filing Report)
The term "ultra light flying devices as prescribed by the Presidential Decree" in the proviso
to Article 23 (1) of the Act means the following:
     1. Flying devices not using power;
     2. Captive balloons (excluding those which people go on board) and moored-type
unmanned flying devices;
     3. Parachutes;
     4. Ultra light flying devices used for military purposes;
     5.   Unmanned aircraft or unmanned rotor flying devices which weigh 12㎏ or less,
excluding the weight of fuel and whose total engine displacement does not exceed 50㏄;
     6.   Unmanned airships which weigh 12㎏ or less, excluding the weight of fuel and
whose length does not exceed 7m with the total engine displacement not exceeding 50㏄;
      7. Ultra light flying devices manufactured by research institutes, etc. for the purposes
of test, examination, research or development; and
      8. Ultra light flying devices manufactured by manufacturers, etc. for sale, which are
neither sold nor used for flight.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 14-2 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 19607, Jul. 4, 2006>

Article 15 (Composition of Committee on Airspace)
     (1) The Committee on Airspace (hereinafter referred to as the "Committee")
established under the provisions of Article 38-3 of the Act shall consist of not more than 15
members including one chairman and one vice-chairman.
     (2) The chairman of the committee (referred to as the “chairman” hereinafter to Article
15-3) shall be nominated among high ranking public officials in general or special services
who are in charge of aviation matters and the vice chairman shall be a person nominated by
the chairman from among the members referred to in paragraph (3) 1.
     (3) The members shall be persons falling under each of the following subparagraphs:
       1. One person each nominated by the heads of relevant agencies from among state
public officials (in the case of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade, public officials in
foreign service under Article 3 (2) 2 and 3 of the Decree on the Appointment of Public
Officials in Foreign Service) with the ranks of Grade III at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs
and Trade, the Ministry of National Defense, the Ministry of Commerce, Industry and
Energy, the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, among public officials in
general service who belong to the Senior Civil Service, or among military officers with the
corresponding ranks thereto;
       2. One person nominated by the Commander of the U. S. Armed Forces in Korea
from among military officers with the corresponding ranks referred to in subparagraph 1 of
the military force of the United States of America who are stationed in the Republic of
Korea under the provisions of Article 4 of the Mutual Defense Treaty between the Republic
of Korea and the United States of America; and
       3. Persons commissioned by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs
from among persons of profound learning and experience with respect to aviation.
     (4) The chairman shall take overall control of the duties of the Committee and
represent the Committee.
     (5) The vice chairman shall assist the chairman and act for the chairman if the
chairman is unable to perform his duties for unavoidable reasons.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 15-2 (Function of Committee)
The Committee shall deliberate matters falling under each of the following subparagraphs:
      1. Matters concerning the establishment, coordination, and administration of control
air space, non-control air space, restricted air space and air space requiring attention under
the provisions of Article 38 (2) of the Act;
      2. Matters concerning the making and amending of important procedures and
regulations with respect to the flight of aircraft and aviation traffic control;
      3. Matters concerning the installation, alteration or closure of airport facilities, air
traffic control facilities and navigation safety facilities which may seriously affect the
structure or management of air space; and
      4. Other matters concerning ways for aircraft to utilize safely and efficiently air
space and aviation facilities.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 15-3 (Meeting)
      (1) The chairman shall convene the meetings of the Committee and preside over such
meetings.
      (2) The meeting of the Committee shall open with the attendance of a majority of the
total members and resolve with the concurrent vote of a majority of those present.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 15-4 (Secretary)
     (1) The Committee shall have a secretary assigned to handle administrative affairs.
     (2) The secretary shall be appointed by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs from among public officials of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 15-5 (Allowances, etc.)
Allowances and travel expenses may be paid within the limits of budget to the members for
attending any meeting of the Committee: Provided, That the same shall not apply to the
case where any public officials attend any meeting of the Committee as members in relation
to matters in which they are in charge.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 15-6 (Detailed Rules governing Committee Operation)
The chairman shall determine matters concerning the operation of the Committee other than
those prescribed by this Decree after going through a resolution of the Committee.
     [This Article Newly Inserted by Presidential Decree No. 16511, Aug. 6, 1999]

Article 15-7 (Details of Supporting Plans for Search and Rescue of Aircraft etc.)
     (1) Supporting plans for search and rescue of aircraft under Article 72 of the Act shall
contain the matters falling under each of the following subparagraphs:
       1. Composition and operation of the systems of search and rescue of aircraft;
       2. Roles of the Minister of National Defense, the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs, and the Commanding General of United States military forces in Korea
in their competent airspace; and
       3. Other matters necessary for search of aircraft and lifesaving.
     (2) Detailed matters necessary for establishing and implementing the supporting plans
for search and rescue of aircraft under paragraph (1) shall be determined by the Minister of
Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs in consultation with the heads of related
administrative agencies.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 16 (Standards for Installation of Airfield)
      (1) Any airfield which is installed with the permission of the Minister of Land,
Transport and Maritime Affairs under Article 75 (2) of the Act shall be as described in each
subparagraph of Article 9-3.
      (2) The standards for installation of an airfield as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be
as follows:
       1. There shall be no obstacle impeding the take-off and landing of the aircraft in the
periphery of the airfield: Provided, That this shall not apply in a case where it is deemed
possible to remove the obstacle without failure by the scheduled date of the work of the
airfield;
       2. The staying turning area in the air of the airfield (referring to a prescribed
airspace in the sky over the airfield which is deemed necessary for the staying turning of an
aircraft intending to land on the airfield; hereinafter the same shall apply) shall not overlap
that of an adjacent airfield; and
       3. The length and width of the runway, landing zone and taxiway of the airfield and
the gradient of the surface, airfield beacon, etc. shall conform to the standards as prescribed
by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
      (3) The standards for constructing any land airfield referred to in subparagraph 1 of
Article 9-3 shall be governed by the standards that are set by the Ordinance of the Ministry
of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs according to the combination of the classification
numbers that are set taking into account the minimum take-off distance of aircraft that use
the runway of the relevant land airfield as shown in the attached Table 1 and the
classification letters that are set taking into account the width of main wings and the outside
width of main landing gears of the aircraft that use the runway of the relevant land airfield.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 17 (Examination of Installation of Airfield, etc.)
When an application for permission on installation of an airfield or navigation safety
facilities is made under Article 75 (2) of the Act, the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs shall examine whether or not the application conforms to the following
subparagraphs: <Amended by Presidential Decree No. 14447, Dec. 23, 1994; Presidential
Decree No. 16511, Aug. 6, 1999; Presidential Decree No. 20722, Feb. 29, 2008>
      1. The installation plan of the location, structure, etc. of the airfield or navigation
safety facilities shall conform to the standards for installation as prescribed in Article 16 or
18;
      2. The management plan of the airfield or navigation safety facilities shall conform
to the facilities management standards as prescribed in Article 80 (1) of the Act;
      3. The installer of the airfield or navigation safety facilities shall be capable of
managing it;
      4. The installation of the airfield or navigation safety facilities shall not infringe
remarkably on any interest of other persons; and
      5. In regards to the airfield, the applicant shall have the ownership or other rights to
use the site, or he shall be deemed to acquire such right without failure by the time when
the work is scheduled.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>
[This Article transferred from Article 18 of the previous Act, Article 17 of the previous Act
transferred to Article 18 by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009]
Article 18 (Standards for Installation of Navigation Safety Facilities)
The navigation safety facilities shall, under Article 75 (3) of the Act, be installed according
to the following categories:
        1. The aeronautical lighting aids (referring to the equipment to aid the navigation of
aircraft by lighting; hereinafter the same shall apply) shall be installed in conformity with
the following standards:
            (a) The aeronautical lighting aids shall be installed so as not to blind the pilots
and air traffic controllers, and shall be installed as a light structure so as not to inflict any
damage on the aircraft, but so as to make the light equipment break, when the aircraft
comes in contact with the exposed light equipment (runway edge lights, stopway lights,
taxiway edge lights, etc.), and buried light equipment shall be manufactured and installed
so as not to inflict any damage on the aircraft and light equipment due to any contact with
the wheels of the aircraft;
            (b) The luminous intensity ratio of the aeronautical lighting aids against the
runway edge lights shall meet the criteria under the attached Table 2; and
            (c) Other luminous intensity and color tone, etc. of the aeronautical lighting
aids shall meet the criteria as prescribed by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land,
Transport and Maritime Affairs;
        2. The navigation safety radio facilities (referring to the equipment to aid the
navigation of aircraft by radio waves; hereinafter the same shall apply) shall be installed in
conformity with the following standards:
            (a) In cases of new installation, it shall give no effect on other navigation safety
facilities already installed as far as it could;
            (b) It shall be installed at a location to emit radio wave effectively;
            (c) The monitoring device and standby power system, etc. shall be provided;
            (d) In cases where principal and reserve equipments are installed, the principal
equipment shall be replaced automatically by the re serve one, if the former is abnormal,
and the conditions of such equipment shall be displayed;
            (e) The personnel, test and measuring devices, spare parts, etc. required for
maintenance and repair, etc. shall be provided;
            (f) The navigation safety facilities shall be installed in conformity with the
installation and technical standards that are prescribed and published by the Ordinance of
the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs; and
        3. The aeronautical information and communications facilities shall be installed
according to the following standards:
            (a) They are required to be installed in a location that makes it possible to
communicate smoothly;
            (b) They are required to have control devices and standby power system, etc.;
            (c) They are required to have personnel, test and measuring devices and spare
parts, etc. necessary to maintain and repair the facilities; and
            (d) The aeronautical information and communications facilities shall be installed
in conformity with the installation and technical standards that are set by the Ordinance of
the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>
[This Article transferred from Article 17 of the previous Act, Article 18 of the previous Act
transferred to Article 17 by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009]

Article 19 (Inspection of Management of Airfield and Navigation Safety Facilities)
      (1) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall conduct once a year
the inspection on the airfield or navigation safety facilities under Article 80 (2) of the Act,
but if it is deemed necessary, he may conduct it at any time: Provided, That if the facilities
are not used, no inspection may be made.
      (2) Where the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs conducts an
inspection under paragraph (1) on the airports that have obtained the airport administration
certificate under Article 111-2 (1) of the Act, he may refrain from conducting an inspection
on the airfield or on the facilities of aeronautical lighting aids from among the navigation
safety facilities.
      (3) Necessary Matters concerning the procedures for and methods of inspection and
the items subject to the inspection referred to in par agraph (1) shall be prescribed and
published by the head of Civil Aviation Safety Authority.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 20 (Request for Purchase of Obstacle, etc.)
     Any person who desires to demand any purchase of any obstacle or land on which the
obstacle is installed, under Article 82 (4) of the Act, shall request the installer of the airfield
under Article 77 (1) (hereinafter referred to as the “airfield installer) for a purchase of such
obstacle or land together with an application form that includes the following items,
documents certifying that he has ownership of the obstacle or land and drawings indicating
the obstacle or land:
   1. Name and address of the owner and other interested persons;
   2. The seat, kind, area and quantity of the obstacle or land; and
   3. Particulars of compensation for loss.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 21 (Compensation, etc. for Loss of Obstacle)
If an airfield installer and a person holding the ownership or other rights to the obstacle
apply to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs for a decision on
compensation for any loss caused by a removal of the obstacle under the latter part of
Article 82 (6) of the Act, they shall submit the application specifying the following matters
together with documents certifying that he has the ownership or other rights to the obstacle,
and an explanatory statement on consultation, implementation plan of airfield installer and
drawing indicating the obstacle, etc.:
      1. The name and address of the owner and other interested persons;
      2. The seat, kind, area and quantity of the obstacle and other matters relating to it;
      3. The method and time of alteration, movement and removal of the obstacle; and
      4. Particulars of compensation for loss.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 22 (Installation of Aviation Obstacle Lights and Daytime Obstacle Markings)
Structures on which aviation obstacle lights and daytime obstacle markings are to be
installed under Article 83 (2) of the Act, shall be those in close vicinity to the area
corresponding to the ground projected plane of the obstacle limitation surface, which might
be prejudicial to the safety in the aviation of the aircraft.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 23 (Public Perusal of Draft Mid and Long-Term Master Plan for Airport
Development, etc.)
The Special Metropolitan City Mayor, the Metropolitan City Mayor or Do governor
(hereinafter referred to as the "Mayor/Do governor") who receives a proposal of the draft
midand long-term master plan for airport development or the draft basic plan for airport
development from the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs under Article 89
(3) of the Act, shall offer it for public perusal for not less than one month.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>
Article 24 (Alteration on Master Plan for Airport Development)
The “important matters prescribed by the Presidential Decree” under Article 90 (2) of the
Act shall refer to any of the following matters:
 1. airport zone; and
 2. length and width of runway
[This Article Newly Inserted by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009]
[The previous Article 24 transferred to Article 24-2 by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep.
9, 2009]

Article 24-2 (Insignificant Modification of Master Plan)
For the purpose of the proviso to Article 90 (3) of the Act, the term "insignificant matters as
prescribed by the Presidential Decree" means the following matters:
     1. Modification of the basic plan for airport development (hereinafter referred to as
the "basic plan") made in the limit not exceeding 10/100 of the scale and area of the airport
development projects; and
     2. Shortening or extension of the period of projects made in the limit of 2 years.
 <Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>
[This Article transferred from Article 24 of the previous Act by Presidential Decree No.
21719, Sep. 9, 2009]

 Article 25 (Development and Publication of Master Plan, etc.)
     (1) Under Article 91 of the Act, the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs
shall, when the master plan or the basic plan is developed pursuant to Article 89 (1) of the
Act, publish the matters according to the following items in the Official Gazette. In the
event that the master plan or the basic plan is altered, the altered matters shall also be
published.
    1. in the case of the master plan: the matters falling under each of Article 89 (1) of the
Act; and
    2. Act in the case of the basic plan: the matters falling under each of Article 89 (2) of
the Act..
     (2) The basic plan that is published in accordance with paragraph (1) shall, when a
program for implementing the airport development (hereinafter referred to as the
"implementation program") is not drawn up and published, lose its effect.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>
Article 26 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 19503, Jun. 7, 2006>

Article 27 (Permission on Execution of Airport Development Projects)
     (1) Any person who desires to execute the airport development projects under Article
94 (2) of the Act, shall submit to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs an
application for permission specifying the following matters:
      1. Name and address of the project operator (in the case of a juristic person, the title
and address of the juristic person and the name and address of the representative);
      2. Name of the airport and category of projects;
      3. Object and details of projects;
      4. Period and method of execution of projects; and
      5. Other matters necessary for executing projects.
     (2) The application as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be accompanied with the
following documents and drawings:
      1. An implementation plan, scheduled location, project scale and design drawing
concerning the execution of projects;
      2. The total expenses needed for the projects and details of such calculation;
      3. A procurement program of funds to be used for the projects; and
      4. A topographical map and cadastral plan or similar plan drawn on a scale of 1 to
5,000 including adjacent land.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 28 (Application for Implementation Plan)
Any airport development projects operator other than the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs shall, under Article 94 of the Act, establish an implementation plan
according to the basic plan announced publicly under Article 91 of the Act, and apply for
the approval of the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, within one year after
he obtains the permission on the execution of projects under Article 94 (2) of the Act:
Provided, That in a case where it is deemed inevitable by the Minister of Land, Transport
and Maritime Affairs, the period of application may be extended in the limit of three
months.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 29 (Publication of Implementation Plan)
     (1) The implementation plan for an airport development project shall be worked out
and published within 3 years from the date the basic plan provided for in Article 91 of the
Act is published (where the basic plan concerned is worked out for a phased
implementation, the date on which the phased implementation concerned commences).
     (2) Matters which the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs has to publish
under the provisions of Article 95 (5) of the Act shall be as follows:
       1. Matters referred to in Article 27 (1) 1 through 4; and
       2. Details of land intended for use and expropriation and obstacles and other details
of their ownership or rights established thereon.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 30 (Consultation on Implementation Plan)
The head of the competent administrative agency who received a request for consultation
under Article 96 (3) of the Act, shall present his opinion within thirty days after he receives
it, and if he fails to present his opinion in this period, he shall be considered to have agreed
with the implementation plan.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 31 (Entrustment with Land Purchase Affairs, etc.)
If an airport development projects operator desires to entrust the head of the competent
local government with the affairs of land purchase, compensation for loss and projects for
removal, etc. under Article 100 (1) of the Act, he shall request it in writing specifying the
details of affairs to be entrusted and the conditions of entrustment, and the head of the
competent local government shall, upon receiving the request, comply with it unless there
is any special reason.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 32 (Scope of Appurtenant Work)
For the purpose of Article 101 (2) of the Act, the term "appurtenant work" means the
construction work of facilities necessary for the execution and control of the airport
development project work and other work incidental to the airport development projects.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 33 (Vicarious Execution of Airport Development Projects)
     (1) The airport development projects to be executed vicariously by the Minister of
Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs under Article 102 of the Act, shall be limited to the
case where the land and airport facilities related to the airport development projects are
reverted to the State under Article 94 (4) of the Act.
     (2) If the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs desires to execute
vicariously the airport development projects under paragraph (1), he shall agree with the
project operator on the following matters:
      1. Categories, scale and amount of projects;
      2. Period of projects; and
      3. Matters concerning the payment method and liquidation of investment expenses.
     (3) In a case where the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs undertakes
or completes the work as referred to in paragraph (2), he shall notify it to the project
operator.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 34 (Permission on Investment in Airport Development Projects)
     (1) Any person who desires to invest in the airport development projects executed
directly by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs under Article 105 (1) of
the Act, shall submit to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs an application
for permission specifying the following matters together with the project implementation
plan and design drawings:
       1. The title of the project;
       2. An address, name and trade name of the investor; and
       3. A plan of investment.
     (2) If the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs desires to grant a
permission as prescribed in Article 105 (1) of the Act, he shall consult in advance with the
head of the administrative agency concerned.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 35 (Execution of Investment Projects)
     (1) Any person who has obtained the permission on the investment under Article 105
(1) of the Act (hereinafter referred to as an "investor"), or a constructor executing the work
of the investment projects shall make a report on the commencement of the construction
work to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs together with a
predetermined progress schedule seven days before the work starts.
     (2) The investor and the constructor as provided in paragraph (1) shall be subject to
the control of the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs in executing the work
of the investment projects.
     (3) When an investor has completed the work of the investment projects under
paragraph (1), he shall undergo the inspection of completion by the Minister of Land,
Transport and Maritime Affairs.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 36 (Airport Facilities not Reverted to State)
     The “airport facilities prescribed by the Presidential Decree” under the proviso to
Articles 94 (4) and 105 (2) of the Act shall be ones falling under any one of the following
subparagraphs and limited only to those recognized by the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs:
     1. Airport facilities which are described in subparagraph 2 or 5 of Article 10, located
in the airport zone as prescribed in subparagraph 9 of Article 2 of the Act; and
     2. A city air terminal and other airport facilities outside the airport zone.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 37 (Permission, etc. on Gratuitous Use and Profit Making)
     (1) Any investor and project operator (hereinafter referred to as an "investor, etc.")
who desires to obtain a permission on a gratuitous use of the airport facilities and profit
making under Article 105 (3) of the Act, shall submit to the Minister of Land, Transport
and Maritime Affairs an application specifying the airport facilities which they desire to use,
the object and period of use and profit-making.
     (2) The scope of airport facilities which the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs may have other persons use gratuitously and make profits, shall be limited only to
those as deemed not to impede the management and operation of the airport facilities due to
any gratuitous use by the investor, etc.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 38 (Calculation of Total Cost of Project and Free Use and Profit-making
Period)
     (1) The total cost of projects as prescribed in Article 105 (3) of the Act shall be the
sum of the expenses calculated in conformity with the following standards, and connected
to the airport development projects, on the basis of the completion inspection day of the
airport development projects concerned: Provided, That in the case of airport facilities
reverted to the State under Article 94 (4) of the Act, the amount appraised by an appraisal
corporation under the Public Notice of Values and Appraisal of Real Estate Act on the basis
of the day on which the inspection of completion is made, shall be considered as the total
cost of projects:
       1. Survey expenses mean the survey expenses and other research expenses for
executing the airport development projects, which are not included in the net construction
cost;
       2. Design expenses mean the expenses needed for the design to execute the airport
development projects;
       3. Construction costs mean the sum of material costs, labor costs and other
expenses which are all required to undertake an airport development project. Such cost and
expenses shall be based on standards for determining estimated prices, standard labor cost
and unit prices (referring to government-published prices if such prices exist) under the
provisions of Article 9 of the Enforcement Decree of the Act on Contracts to Which the
State is a Party;
       4. Compensation means the expenses for purchasing land (including those for
purchasing buildings, standing trees, etc.), those for taking any countermeasure to moving,
and compensation for rights, such as business right, fishing right, mining right, etc., which
are disbursed for executing the airport development projects;
       5. Incidental expenses mean general management expenses calculated by the rate of
such general management expenses based on standards for determining estimated prices
under the provisions of Article 9 of Enforcement Decree of the Act on Contracts to Which
the State is a Party, expenses required for assessment of environmental impact, expenses
required for the inspection of construction work, expenses needed for the fulfillment of
requirements imposed when an airport development project is permitted, and charges for
farmland conservation under the provisions of Article 40 of the Farmland Act, etc.; and
       6. Construction interest means any construction interest to the project cost as
referred to in subparagraphs 1 through 5 (the interest rate shall be the interest rate on a loan
which is applied by financial institutions as prescribed by the Banking Act, and which is
designated by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs).
      (2) The period in which the airport facilities are to be used gratuitously and for profit-
making under Article 105 (3) of the Act, shall be the time until the total of the rent in the
case of onerous use of the airport facilities reaches the total cost of projects calculated
under paragraph (1).
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>
Article 39 (Change of Gratuitous Use and Profit)
If it is inevitable for operating the airport, the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs may revoke the permission on gratuitous use of the airport facilities and profit
making by the investor, etc. under Article 105 (3). In this case, if the total rent of the airport
facilities in the case of the commercial use of the airport facilities reverted to the State by
the investor, etc. is short of the total cost of projects, the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs may have the investor, etc. gratuitously use the airport facilities and make
profits until the total rent reaches the total cost of projects.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 39-2 (Notification to Violators of Orders)
An airport facility manager may notify the content of violation to the person who has the
right to impose fines under subparagraph 10 of Article 182 of the Act as prescribed by the
Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs when a violator doesn’t
comply with order of stopping his acts or of leaving the place under Article 105-2 (2).
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 40 (Establishment, etc. of Measures for Noise Control)
      (1) Measures for preventing noise damages resulting from the aircraft under Article
107 (1) of the Act (hereinafter referred to as "measures for noise control") shall be
established and executed with respect to the airports excluding the airports (except the
cases for the airports located in Gangseo-gu, Busan Metropolitan City) which are subject to
items (a) and (b) in the annexed Table to the Enforcement Decree of the Military Air Bases
Act.
      (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall have an airport
development project operator of an airport and a manager of the airport facilities as referred
to in paragraph (1), establish measures for noise control including the following matters
with respect to the area damaged or anticipated to be damaged by the airport noise, which is
designated and announced publicly by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs under Article 107 (2) of the Act, and may have them execute any project for
countermeasure in the limit of the revenue source depending on the degree of noise
influence:
       1. An implementation plan to reduce the noise produced by the aircraft;
       2. A land utilization plan;
       3. A fund raising and investment plan;
      4.   Effect caused by execution of the project; and
      5.   Establishment and operation of a system for noise supervision and measurement
           for supervising aircraft noise. Provided, the same shall not apply to the case
           where aircraft noise impact can be measured by using a measurement network
           established under Article 3 of the Noise and Vibration Regulation Act or to the
           case where it is possible to supervise whether or not the procedures for
           measuring noise impact and low noise aircraft operation.
       6.  Other matters as determined by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs.
     (3) The provisions of Articles 30 and 31 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the
establishment and execution of measures for noise control.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 41 (Designation and Publication of Area, etc. Damaged by Airport Noise)
     (1) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall designate areas which
suffer from airport noise and other areas which are anticipated to suffer from such airport
noise according to the extent of noise impact after consulting with the heads of central
administrative agencies concerned under the provisions of Article 107 (2) of the Act and
then publish matters falling under each of the following subparagraphs in the Official
Gazette. The same shall apply to the case where he alters such designation:
       1. A location and area of the area damaged or anticipated to be damaged by the
airport noise;
       2. A topographic map indicating the area damaged or anticipated to be damaged by
the airport noise; and
       3. Other matters prescribed by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime
Affairs.
     (2) With respect to the area damaged or anticipated to be damaged by the airport noise
designated and publicly announced under paragraph (1), the Minister of Land, Transport
and Maritime Affairs shall examine every five years, whether or not the designation is
proper.
     (3) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall, upon making the
designation and public announcement as referred to in paragraph (1), send to the competent
Mayor/Do governor the drawings, etc. related to it, and have him offer them for public
perusal for one or more months.
     (4) When the competent Mayor/Do governor establishes a basic urban planning as
prescribed in Article 18 of the National Land Planning and Utilization Act, he shall utilize
the matters designated and announced publicly under paragraph (1).
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 42 (Restriction, etc. on Installation of Facilities)
      (1) The Mayor/Do governor may, under Article 107 (3) of the Act, restrict any
installation or purpose of facilities, or relax any restriction under a specified condition, in
the area designated and announced publicly according to the provisions of Article 41 (1),
depending on the degree of noise influence under the conditions as prescribed by the
Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
      (2) The Mayor/Do governor may order a person who fails to fulfill the condition as
referred to in paragraph (1), to do the following matters within a specified period fixed:
      1. Changes in the purpose of facilities; and
      2. Supplement of noise damage prevention facilities.
      (3) Where the Special Metropolitan City Mayor, the Metropolitan City Mayor or Do
governor (hereinafter referred to as the "Mayor/Do governor") grants permission for
installing a facility in designated areas which suffer from airport noise and other areas
which are anticipated to suffer from such airport noise under the Building Act, he shall
notify the content of permission (including the condition of installing a noise preventative
facility if the condition is attached) to an airport development project operator or an airport
facility manager.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 42-2 (Composition and Operation of Committee on Measures to Prevent
Aircraft Noise from Causing Damage)
     (1) The Committee on Measures to Prevent Aircraft Noise from Causing Damage
(hereinafter referred to as the "Committee") provided for in Article 109-2 of the Act shall
be set up in every airport that takes measures to prevent aircraft noise from causing damage.
     (2) The Committee shall consist of not more than 15 members, including one
chairman and one vice chairman.
     (3) The chairman shall be the director of a regional aviation office, the airport
development projects operator or the manager of airport facilities and the vice chairman
shall be nominated by the chairman from among members.
     (4) The members shall be appointed or commissioned by a head of local airport
corporation, a project operator or an airport facility manager from among the persons
falling under each of the following subparagraphs:
       1. Public officials belonging to the regional aviation office;
       2. Employees who are employed by the airport development projects operator or
the manager of airport facilities;
       3. Public officials and local residents recommended by the relevant local
government; and
       4. Other persons of profound learning and experience in aircraft noise.
      (5) Detailed matters concerning the composition and operation of the Committee may
be prescribed and implemented by the chairman.
      (6) Members who are present at the Committee's meetings may be paid allowances
and travel expenses within limits of budget: Provided, That the same shall not apply to a
case where members who are public officials are present at the Committee's meetings in
connection with their official business.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 43 (Establishment of Noise Level)
     (1) The noise level as prescribed in Article 108 (1) of the Act shall be classified into
Classes A to E by the type of aircraft.
     (2) The noise classes by type of aircraft as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be
determined by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 44 (Imposition and Collection of Noise Charges)
     (1) The noise charges as prescribed in Article 109 (1) of the Act shall be imposed
according to the noise class of the aircraft under Article 43 (2) each time it lands in the
airport where the measure for noise control, as prescribed in Article 40 is to be established
and executed.
     (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall impose and collect as
the noise charges the following amount according to the noise class of the aircraft under
Article 43 (2):
      1. Class A, B and C: Amount equivalent to 30/100 of the landing fees (excluding
the value-added tax; hereafter in this Article the same shall apply) of the aircraft concerned;
      2. Class D: Amount equivalent to 25/100 of the landing fees of the aircraft
concerned;
      3. Class E: Amount equivalent to 20/100 of the landing fees of the aircraft
concerned;
       4. Class F: Amount equivalent to 15/100 of the landing fees of the aircraft
concerned; and
       5. Deleted <by Presidential Decree No. 21372, Mar. 25, 2009>
     (3) Notwithstanding the provisions of paragraph (2), an amount obtained by adding up
an amount twice as much as the amount that is each set in each subparagraph of paragraph
(2) shall be imposed and collected as a noise charge on and from the owner, etc. (referring
to any person who holds the right to own or rent an aircraft and use it, hereinafter the same
shall apply) of the aircraft that has flied in violation of the quite operation procedures
provided for in Article 108-2 of the Act.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 44-2 (Airports, etc. Which are to Obtain Airport Administration Certificate)
      (1) The term " airport prescribed by the Presidential Decree, such as the airport etc.
having international air routes" in Article 111-2 (1) of the Act means the airports falling
under each of the following subparagraphs:
       1. Airports managed and administered by the Incheon International Airport
Corporation established under the Incheon International Airport Corporation Act;
       2. Gimpo, Gimhae, Daegu, Gwangju, Jeju, Cheongju, Yangyang and Muan airports
managed and administered by the Korea Airports Corporation established under the Korea
Airports Corporation Act (hereinafter referred to as the "Korea Airports Corporation"); and
       3. Other airports designated and publicized by the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs as he deems that they are necessary for the safe administration of airports.
      (2) Where the Korea Airports Corporation intends to obtain the airport administration
certificate under Article 111-2 (1) of the Act (hereinafter referred to as the "airport
administration certificate") for the airports which use the airfields under the provisions of
the Military Air Bases Act from among the airports under paragraph (1) 2, it shall not cause
any impacts to the military operations, and it shall furnish the man power, equipment and
expenses, etc., necessary for the airport administration certificate and the maintenance of
airport safe administration systems under Article 111-4 (1) of the Act.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 44-3 (Offenses on Which Penalty is to be Imposed, and Amount of Penalty)
     (1) Types of offenses on which the penalty is to be imposed under Article 111-6 of the
Act and the amount of penalty shall be as shown in the attached Table 3.
     (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs may aggravate or mitigate
within the limit of one half of the amount of penalty under the provisions of paragraph (1),
by taking account of peculiarity of airport, and level and frequency of offenses, etc. In such
case, even if the penalty is aggravated, its total sum shall not exceed one billion won.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 44-4 (Imposition and Payment of Penalty)
      (1) When the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs intends to impose the
penalty under Article 111-6 of the Act, he shall notify a payment of the said penalty, by
clarifying in writing the types of such offenses and the amount of relevant penalty.
      (2) Any person in receipt of the notice under paragraph (1) shall pay the penalty to the
receiving agency designated by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs
within 20 days from the date of receiving the notice: Provided, That when he is unable to
pay the penalty within the said time limit due to the natural disaster and other inevitable
causes, he shall pay it within seven days from the date on which the said causes have
disappeared.
      (3) The receiving agency which has received a payment of penalty under paragraph (2)
shall deliver a receipt to the said payer.
      (4) When the receiving agency of penalty has received any penalty under paragraph
(2), it shall promptly notify the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs of such
facts.
      (5) The penalty shall not be paid in installments.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 44-5 (Urge and Collection of Penalty)
     (1) Where any person in receipt of a payment notice of penalty under the provisions of
Article 44-4 (1) has failed to pay it by the time limit for payment, the Minister of Land,
Transport and Maritime Affairs shall issue a notice of urging within seven days from the
expiration date of time limit. In such case, the time limit for payment shall be within ten
days from the date of issuing a notice of urging.
     (2) Where any receiver of the urging under the provisions of paragraph (1) has failed
to pay the penalty by the time limit for payment, the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs may have the public officials under his jurisdiction make a compulsory
collection of penalty by referring to the practices of dispositions on default of national taxes.
In such case, the public officials under his jurisdiction shall carry a certificate indicating
their authority and present it to the interested parties.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

 Article 44-6 (Violation to be imposed Penalty and the Amount of Penalty)
 (1) The type and level of offenses on which the penalty surcharge is imposed under
     Article 115-4 (2) of the Act shall be prescribed in Table 4;
 (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs may increase or decrease the
     penalty referred to in paragraph (1) within the limit of 1/2 of the amount of such
     penalty, taking into account the business volume of operator, peculiarity of business
     area, degree and frequency of the act of violation and other special reasons, etc. In this
     case, the total amount of the penalty, even if increased, shall not exceed five billion
     won.
 (3) Provisions of Articles 44-4 and 44-5 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the imposition,
     payment, urge and collection of the penalty.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 45 (Criteria for Authorization on Fare and Charge)
      (1) When the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs desires to authorize
the fare and charge under Article 117 (1) of the Act, he shall be subject to the following
criteria:
       1. It shall not exceed the range including the proper expenses and profit of the
projects;
       2. It shall take into consideration the nature of the service furnished by the projects;
       3. It shall not be improper or discriminative for a specified passenger or freight
consignor;
       4. It shall not make it considerably difficult for a passenger or freight consignor to
utilize the projects; and
       5. It shall not invoke any unreasonable competition among other air transportation
businessmen.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 46 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 16511, Aug. 6, 1999>

Article 47 (Agreement on Transportation)
The agreement which a regular air transportation businessman may conclude with other air
transportation businessmen with the authorization of the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs under Article 121 of the Act, shall be matters delegated by the aviation
agreement to comply with any agreement between designated air transportation
businessmen, and the following matters:
     1. Matters concerning the operational method, such as joint operation, etc.;
     2. Matters concerning distribution of the supply of transport capacity, income and
expenses; and
     3. Matters concerning business cooperation between air transportation businessmen
in the nations which have not concluded the aviation agreement.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 48 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 15598, Dec. 31, 1997>

Article 49 (Offense on which Penalty is Imposed, and Amount, etc. of Penalty)
      (1) The categories of offenses on which the penalty is imposed under Article 131 of
the Act (including cases where it is applicable mutatis mutandis under Articles 132 (3), 134
(3), 142 (1) and (3), and 150 (2) of the Act), and the amount of the penalty shall be as
shown in the attached Table 5.
      (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs may increase or decrease
the penalty referred to in paragraph (1) within the limit of 1/2 of the amount of such penalty,
taking into account the business volume of operator, peculiarity of business area, degree
and frequency of the act of violation and other special reasons, etc. In this case, the total
amount of the penalty, even if increased, shall not exceed five billion won.
      (3) Provisions of Articles 44-4 and 44-5 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the imposition,
payment, urge and collection of the penalty.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Articles 50 and 51 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 18117, Nov. 4, 2003>

Article 51-2 (Concurrent Operation of Domestic, International and Irregular Air
Transportation Businesses)
If a person who applies for a license of the regular air transportation business under Article
112 (1) of the Act intends to register his irregular air transportation business under the
provisions of Article 132 (1) of the Act, he may apply for the latter together with the former,
by specifying such intention in the application for a license of the regular air transportation
business.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 52 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 16511, Aug. 6, 1999>

Article 53 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 14322, Jul. 11, 1994>

Article 54 (Concurrent Operation of Irregular Air Transportation Business and
Aircraft-Using Business)
     If a person who applies for a registration of the irregular air transportation business
under Article 132 (1) of the Act, desires to operate con currently the aircraft-using business
as prescribed in Article 134 (1) of the Act, he may also apply the registration of the aircraft-
using business by specifying his intention in the application.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 54-2 (Act of Violation Subject to Imposition of Penalty Surcharge and Amount
of Penalty Surcharge, etc.)
     (1) Categories of the act of violation on which the penalty surcharge is levied in
accordance with Article 138-3 of the Act and the amount of the penalty surcharge are as
shown in the attached Table 6.
     (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs may add up or reduce the
penalty surcharge referred to in paragraph (1) within the scope of 1/2 of such penalty
surcharge taking into account the size of the maintenance organization and the extent and
frequency of the act of violation. In this case, if the penalty surcharge is added up, the total
amount of the penalty surcharge shall not exceed 500 million won.
     (3) The provisions of Articles 44-4 and 44-5 shall apply mutatis mutandis to the
imposition, payment, payment pressing and collection of the penalty surcharge.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 55 (Establishment of Association)
If it is intended to establish the Korea Civil Aviation Development Association (hereinafter
referred to the "Association") under the provisions of Article 143 of the Act, not less than
one-tenth of promoters who are eligible to be members of the Association shall prepare the
article of association and obtain a resolution on such articles of association at an inaugural
general meeting with the attendance of a majority of those eligible to be members of the
Association.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 56 (Articles of Association)
     (1) The articles of association shall include the following matters:
      1. The objective;
      2. The title;
      3. The seat of its office;
      4. Matters concerning members and the general meeting;
      5. Matters concerning officers;
      6. Matters concerning its function;
      7. Matters concerning accounts;
      8. Matters concerning the dissolution;
      9. Matters concerning the modification of the articles of association; and
      10. Matters concerning the method of public notice by the Association.
     (2) The articles of association as referred to in paragraph (1) shall be approved by the
Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs. This provision shall also apply in a case
where the articles of association are modified.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 57 (Function)
The Association shall carry out the following affairs:
      1. Affairs for developing the air transportation business, etc.;
      2. Research, study and public information on the air transportation business, etc.;
      3. Matters concerning the improvement of the operation of airport facilities;
      4. Fostering and supporting those who are engaged in air transportation business,
etc.;
      5. Publication of the aviation statistics and materials;
      6. Gathering and management of aviation-related information;
      7. Affairs concerning the operational improvement and guidance of the air
transportation business, etc.;
      8. Research and studies on foreign aviation systems;
      9. A research service project for promoting aviation;
      10. Research and study on aviation safety;
      11. Affairs concerning promotion of the international cooperation with foreign
aviation institutions;
     12. Affairs entrusted by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs; and
     13. Services incidental to the affairs as referred to in subparagraphs 1 through 10.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 58 (Supervision)
The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall supervise the affairs of the
Association, and may issue any order necessary for a sound development of the Association.
<Amended by Presidential Decree No. 14447, Dec. 23, 1994; Presidential Decree No.
20722, Feb. 29, 2008>

Articles 59 through 59-4 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 19607, Jul. 4, 2006>

Article 59-5 (Financial Support)
The Government may provide subsidies or loans to the head of a local government which
undertakes an airport development project pursuant to the provisions of Article 153-2 of the
Act to cover expenses (excluding any expenses for land compensation) which are required
for the installation of basic facilities under the provisions of subparagraph 1 of Article 10.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 60 (Aircraft Inspection Institution)
      (1) The specialized inspection institution as prescribed in Article 154 (2) of the Act
shall be designated and announced publicly by the Minister of Land, Transport and
Maritime Affairs from among nonprofit corporations which carry out services related to
aviation, and have secured the technical personnel, facilities, equipment, etc. as prescribed
by the Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
      (2) Any specialized inspection institution as provided in paragraph (1) shall prepare
the rules necessary for conducting the business of certification or inspection of the aircraft
and equipment (hereinafter referred to as "inspection rules") and obtain the authorization of
the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs. This provision shall also apply in a
case where it desires to modify it.
      (3) The inspection rules as provided in paragraph (2) shall include the following
matters:
       1. Organization and personnel of an organ assigned to carry out the business of
certification or inspection;
       2. The scope of duties and the responsibility of the persons who take charge of the
business of certification or inspection;
       3. Operational system and procedure for certification or inspection;
       4. Issuance of various certificates and management of the ledger;
       5. Education and training of the persons who take charge of the business of
certification or inspection;
       6. Management and maintenance of technical books and materials;
       7. Operation and management of facilities and equipment; and
       8. Other matters relating to reporting the results of certification or inspection.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 61 (Qualification, etc. for Persons Taking Charge of Business of Certification
or Inspection)
     (1) Persons who take charge of the business of a specialized inspection institution
concerning certification or inspection shall be those who fall under any subparagraph of
Article 13 (2).
     (2) Matters concerning the appointment, duties and supervision of those who take
charge of the business of a specialized inspection institution concerning certification or
inspection shall be determined by the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 62 Deleted. <by Presidential Decree No. 19607, Jul. 4, 2006>

Article 63 (Delegation and Entrustment of Authority)
     (1) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall delegate his authority
to install and manage aviation obstacle lights and daytime obstacle beacons (limited to the
area within the radius of 15 kilometers from the airfield gauge mark) provided for in Article
83 of the Act in accordance with Article 154 (1) of the Act to the Mayor/Do governor.
     (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall delegate the authority
of the following subparagraphs to heads of local airport corporations (only referring to the
head of the Seoul airport corporation in the case of subparagraph 31 (g)) under the
provisions of Article 154 (1) of the Act:
     1. Certification of airworthiness under the provisions of Article 15 (1) of the Act;
     2. Permission for the followings under the provisions of the proviso to Article 15 (3)
           of the Act;
      (a) permission for test flight after the maintenance, repair or modification of
          aircraft;
      (b) permission for flight to the place where the aircraft will be maintained,
          repaired or modified,
      (c) permission for flight without carrying passengers or cargo in order for the
          aircraft to be imported or exported.
3.    Check of the compatibility with the technical standards and the designation of
      operational limits under the provisions of Article 15 (5) of the Act;
4.    Suspension of the effect of any certification of airworthiness or shortening of the
      period of validity thereof under the provisions of Article 15 (6) of the Act;
5.    Frequent check of whether the airworthiness of aircraft is kept under the
      provisions of Article 15 (8) of the Act;
6.    Matters concerning the certification of aircraft worthiness for export under Article
      15-2 of the Act;
7.    Matters concerning the certification of conformity with the noise standards under
      the provisions of Article 16 of the Act;
8.    Matters concerning approval for repair and modification under the provisions of
      Article 19 of the Act;
9.    Receipt of any report on ultra light flying devices under the provisions of Article
      23 (1) of the Act and approval for any flight plan under the provisions of
      paragraph (2) of the same Article;
10.   Receipt of any report of change on ultra light flying devices under provisions of
      Article 23-2 (1) of the Act, report of transfer under paragraph (2) of the same
      Article and report of cancellation under paragraph (3) of the same Article.
11.   Matters concerning the approval for flight plan of light aircraft under Article 24
      (1) of the Act;
12.   Receipt of any report of accidents from a light aircraft’s pilot or owner under
      Article 24 (7) of the Act;
13.   Permission for flying aircraft or performing test flight, etc. under the provisions of
      Article 27 (4) of the Act;
14.   Matters concerning the designation of flight simulators under the provisions of
      paragraph (2) of Article 29-2 of the Act;
15.   Order for the physical examination of any flight crew (excluding flight crew
      belonging to international air transportation businesses) and air traffic controller
      under the provisions of Article 32 of the Act;
16. Revocation, or suspension (excluding any revocation or suspension for flight crew
    and air traffic controllers belonging to international air transportation businesses)
    of effect, of the certification of qualification, etc. under the provisions of Article
    33 (1) of the Act, and the revocation, or the suspension of effect, of the
    certification of aviation physical examination under the provisions of paragraph
    (2) of the same Article;
17. Permission for the flying practice of aircraft under the provisions of Article 35 of
    the Act;
18. Permission for flight in the controlled airspace under the provisions of the proviso
    to Article 38-2 (2) of the Act;
19. Matters concerning cooperation with the heads of administrative agencies
    concerned in order to ensure the safety of air traffic under the provisions of
    Article 38-4 of the Act;
20. Measurement (excluding measurement performed to airmen and flight crew
    belonging to international air transportation businesses; hereinafter the same shall
    apply) performed to determine whether alcoholic beverages, etc. are drunk or used
    under Article 47 (3) of the Act and their measurement by means of blood
    collection, urine analysis, etc. under the provisions of paragraph (4) of the same
    Article;
21. Matters concerning approval for aviation safety system (only referring to aviation
    safety system of domestic, international and irregular air transportation businesses
    and aircraft maintenance business) under Article 49 (2) of the Act;
22. Receipt of compulsory report on aviation safety (only referring to aviation safety
    report of domestic, international and irregular air transportation businesses and
    aircraft maintenance business) under Article 49-3 (1);
23. Matters concerning an acceptance of reports of the pilot-in-command and the
    aircraft owner, etc. (excluding reports of international air transportation business
    and its pilot-in-command) under the provisions of Article 50 (5) through (7) of the
    Act;
24. Permission for aircraft to take off or land in a place other than airfield under the
    provisions of the proviso to Article 53 of the Act;
25. Permission for any prohibited act under the provisions of the proviso to Article 55
    of the Act with the exception of subparagraphs thereof;
26. Designation of any emergency aircraft, or revocation of any such designation,
    under the provisions of Article 56 of the Act;
27. Permission for the operation of any two-engine aircraft (excluding two-engine
    aircrafts for international air transport business) under the provisions of Article
    69-2 of the Act;
28. Approval for any aircraft (excluding any aircraft used for international air
    transportation business) to operate in the reduced vertical separation minimum
    airspace or required navigation performance air space under the provisions of
    Article 69-3 of the Act;
29. Instructions for air traffic under the provisions of Article 70 (1) of the Act,
    provision of advice and information useful for the operation of aircraft under the
    provisions of paragraph (2) of the same Article, provision of information on an
    aircraft in distress under the provisions of paragraph (3) of the same Article, and
    instructions in a movement area under the provisions of paragraph (5) of the same
    Article;
30. Provision of aeronautical information under the provisions of Article 73 (1) of the
    Act;
31. Authority of the following items with respect to airfield and navigation safety
    facilities (excluding ARSR/SSR/ARTS, GNSS,SBAS/GRAS and ADS):
    (a) Permission for installing them under the provisions of Article 75 (2) of the
        Act;
    (b) Publication and public notice under the provisions of Articles 76, 77 (2), 78
        (2) and 79 (2) of the Act;
    (c) Inspection of installation completion under the provisions of Article 77 (1) of
        the Act;
    (d) Receipt of any alteration notification under the provisions of Article 78 of the
        Act;
    (e) Receipt of any notification concerning the suspension, discontinuation or
        resumption of use under the provisions of Article 79 (1) of the Act;
    (f) Management inspection under the provisions of Article 80 (2) of the Act;
    (g) Flight inspection under the provisions of Article 80 (3) of the Act;
    (h) Performance of the air communication services under the provisions of Article
        80-3 of the Act;
    (i) Revocation of the installation permission under the provisions of Article 81 of
        the Act;
    (j) Order given to remove flight obstacles and decision made on the amount of
        compensation for loss under the provisions of Article 82 (5) and (6) of the Act;
    (k) Work involved in installing and managing of flight obstacle lights and daytime
        obstacle beacons under the provisions of Article 83 of the Act (limited to the
        area within the radius of 15 kilometers from the airfield gauge mark);
    (l) Order given to take measures against similar lights under the provisions of
        Article 84 (2) of the Act;
    (m) Collection of rents, report on the amount of rents and the receipt of any report
        on changing the amount of rents under the provisions of Article 86 (1) and (3)
        of the Act; and
    (n) Receipt of any notification concerning the succession of status under the
        provisions of Article 87 of the Act
32. The authority of the following items with respect to airport facilities:
    (a) Permission for undertaking any airport development project under the
        provisions of Article 94 (2) of the Act. Provided, in the case where the floor
        area is more than 10 thousand square meters or the total construction cost is
        more than 10 billion won, the project operator shall obtain approval from the
        Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs;
    (b) Development of any implementation plan and the approval therefor (including
        the case of any alteration) under the provisions of Article 95 (1) and (3) of the
        Act;
    (c) Publication of any implementation plan under the provisions of Article 95 (5)
        of the Act and notification to the owner and the right holder of the land, etc.
        under the provisions of paragraph (7) of the same Article;
    (d) Collection of repair and maintenance expenses under the provisions of Article
        103 of the Act;
    (e) Confirmation of work completion and delivery of the confirmation certificate
        of work completion under the provisions of Article 104 (1) and (3) of the Act;
    (f) Permission for use prior to the confirmation of work completion under the
        provisions of Article 104 (5) of the Act;
    (g) Development and implementation of measures to prevent noise from causing
        damage and an order given to take measures to prevent noise from causing
        damage under the provisions of Article 107 (1) of the Act;
    (h) Designation and publication of any area that suffers damage caused by airport
        noise and any area that is expected to suffer damage caused by airport noise
        under the provisions of Article 107 (2) of the Act;
    (i) Publication of procedures for quiet operation under the provisions of Article
          108-2 of the Act;
      (j) Imposition and collection of noise charges under the provisions of Article 109
          of the Act;
      (k) Supervision and disposition under the provisions of Article 110 (1) of the Act;
          and
      (l) Public notice, publication, suspension, discontinuation, the receipt of any
          notification concerning the resumption of use, the check of management and a
          decision made on the amount of compensation for loss under the provisions of
          Articles 76, 77 (2), 79, 80 (2) and 82 (6) of the Act that are applied mutatis
          mutandis by Article 111 of the Act;
33.   Inspection of airport administration and orders for corrective measures (excluding
      inspection and orders for corrective measures on Incheon International Airport,
      Kimpo Airport, Kimhae Airport and Jeju Airport) under the provisions of Article
      111-4 of the Act;
34.   Permission for domestic air transportation businessmen’s operation of
      unscheduled aircraft (only referring to permission for two weeks) and permission
      for alteration under Article 112 (4) and (5) of the Act;
35.   Matters concerning any flight certificate of the air transportation business under
      the provisions of Article 115-2 of the Act (including the case where it is
      applicable mutatis mutandis in Articles 132 (4) and 134 (3) of the Act);
36.   Regular inspection or occasional inspection on the maintenance of aviation safety
      system under Article 115-2 (6) of the Act (only referring to regular or occasional
      inspection on domestic air transportation business, irregular air transportation
      business or aircraft using business, which are applicable mutatis mutandis under
      Article 132 (3) and 134 (3))
37.   Operation suspension order or business suspension order of airmen under Article
      115-2 (7) of the Act (only referring to suspension order on domestic air
      transportation business, irregular air transportation business or aircraft using
      business, which are applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3) and 134
      (3))
38.   Cancellation of certification of operations of the air transportation business or
      operation suspension order under Article 115-3 of the Act (only referring to
      cancellation of certification and suspension order on domestic air transportation
      business, irregular air transportation business or aircraft using business, which are
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3) and 134 (3))
 39. Imposition and collection of fines under Article 115-4 of the Act (only referring to
      imposition and collection on domestic air transportation business, irregular air
      transportation business or aircraft using business, which are applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 132 (3) and 134 (3))
 40. Receipt of any report on the regulations for operation and maintenance and
      authorization for the catalogue of minimum equipment, etc. under the provisions
      of Article 116 of the Act (including a case where it is applicable mutatis mutandis
      in Articles 132 (4) and 134 (3) of the Act);
 41. Authorization of extra flight of airlines under Article 120 (2) of the Act (including
      the case where it is applicable mutatis mutandis in the provisions of Article 152 of
      the Act);
 42. Receipt of a report concerning insignificant modification of the business plan
      under the proviso to Article 120 (2) of the Act (including the case where it is
      applicable mutatis mutandis in the provisions of Articles 132 (4) and 134 of the
      Act): Provided, That this shall not include where the person concerned submits to
      the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs any insignificantly changed
      matters of a business plan subsequent to a change of the business plan subject to
      authorization of the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs at the time
      of applying for authorization of a change in the business plan;
 43. Matters concerning an order given to improve the business under the provisions of
      Article 122 of the Act (limited to the matters related to the duties delegated to the
      director of regional aviation office);
 44. The following items concerning irregular air transportation business under Article
      132 of the Act.
(a) registration for irregular air transportation business under Article 132 (1) of the Act;
(b) order for modification, complement or change of support plan for aircraft accident
    under Article 49-2 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article
    132 (3).
(c) Permission for routes of regular air transportation business under Article 112 (2) of
    the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
(d) Receipt of report on operation of non scheduled air transportation business under
    Article 112 (4) of the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132
    (3).
(e) Registration of alteration under Article 112 (5) of the Act, which is applicable
    mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (f) Approval for flight delay under Article 115 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (g) Report and authorization for flight and maintenance regulations under Article 116 of
      the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (h) Report and authorization for business plan under Article 120 of the Act, which is
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (i) Report and authorization for air transport and alliance agreements under Article 121
      of the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (j) Improvement order Article 122 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis
      under Article 132 (3).
  (k) Report for transfer and acquisition of business under Article 124 of the Act, which
      is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (l) Report for business merger under Article 125 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (m) Report for inheritance under Article 126 (2) of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (n) Permission or report for business discontinuation under Article 127 of the Act,
      which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (o) Approval or report for business closure under Article 128 of the Act, which is
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (p) Registration cancellation or business suspensions under Article 129 of the Act,
      which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
  (q) Imposition and collection of fines under Article 131 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 132 (3).
45. The following items concerning air transportation business under Article 134 of the
    Act;
  (a) Registration for air transportation business under Article 134 (1) of the Act;
  (b) Approval for flight delay under Article 115 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (c) Authorization and report for business plan under Article 120 of the Act, which is
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (d) Order under Article 122 of the Act (excluding paragraph 2 of the same Article),
      which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (e) Report for transfer or acquisition of business under Article 124 of the Act
      (excluding paragraph 2, 1 of the same Article), which is applicable mutatis mutandis
      under Article 134 (3).
  (f) Report for business merger under Article 125 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (g) Report for inheritance under Article 126 (2) of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (h) Report or approval for closure of business under Article 128 of the Act, which is
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (i) Registration cancellation or business suspension under Article 129 of the Act,
      which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (j) Imposition and collection of fines under Article 131 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 134 (3).
  (k) Report for aircraft handling business discontinuation under Article 134 (3) of the
      Act.
46. The following items concerning aircraft handling business under Article 137 of the
    Act.
  (a) Registration for aircraft handling business under Article 137 (1) of the Act.
  (b) Order under Article 122 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under
      Article 142 (1).
  (c) Report for transfer and acquisition of business under Article 124 of the Act, which
      is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (1).
  (d) Report for business merger under Article 125 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 142 (1).
  (e) Report for inheritance under Article 126 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 142 (1).
  (f) Report for business discontinuation under Article 127 of the Act, which is
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (1).
  (g) Report for business closure under Article 128 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (1).
  (h) Registration cancellation or business suspensions under Article 129 of the Act,
      which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (1).
  (i) Imposition and collection of fines under Article 131 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (1).
       47. The following items concerning aircraft maintenance business under Article
           137-2 of the Act.
  (a) Registration for aircraft maintenance business under Article 137-2 (1) of the Act.
  (b) Order under Article 122 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under
      Article 142 (2).
  (c) Report for transfer and acquisition of business under Article 124 of the Act, which
      is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (2).
  (d) Report for business merger under Article 125 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 142 (2).
  (e) Report for inheritance under Article 126 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis
      mutandis under Article 142 (2).
  (f) Report for business discontinuation under Article 127 of the Act, which is
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (2).
  (g) Report for business closure under Article 128 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (2).
  (h) Registration cancellation or business suspensions under Article 129 of the Act,
      which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (2).
  (i) Imposition and collection of fines under Article 131 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (2).
48. Matters concerning maintenance organization certification under Article 138 of the
    Act.
49. The following items concerning commercial documents delivery business, air
    transportation general agent business, city air terminal business under Article 139 of
    the Act.
  (a) Report of commercial documents delivery business, air transportation general agent
      business, city air terminal business under Article 139 (1) and (2) of the Act.
  (b) Order under Article 122 of the Act, which is applicable mutatis mutandis under
      Article 142 (3).
  (c) Report for business discontinuation under Article 127 of the Act, which is
      applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (3).
  (d) Report for business closure under Article 128 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (3).
  (e) Registration cancellation or business suspensions under Article 129 of the Act,
      which is applicable mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (3).
  (f) Imposition and collection of fines under Article 131 of the Act, which is applicable
      mutatis mutandis under Article 142 (3)
  50. Permission for take-off and landing of a foreign aircraft which operates for non
      business purposes (excluding any aircraft of a country which doesn’t have
       diplomatic ties with Korea) under Article 144 of the Act.
   51. Permission for domestic use of foreign aircrafts under Article 145 of the Act.
   52. Authority concerning order of report, inspection and inquiry, and operation and
       temporary suspension of aviation safety facilities (limited to the matters related to
       the duties delegated to the head of Civil Aviation Safety Authority);
   53. Execution of hearing under the provisions of Article 154-2 of the Act (limited to the
       matters related to the duties delegated to the head of Civil Aviation Safety
       Authority).
   54. Imposition and collection of any fine for negligence under the provisions of Article
       184 of the Act (limited to the matters related to the duties delegated to the head of
       Civil Aviation Safety Authority; fines under Article 182, 1-5 and 10, Article 182-2,
       1, 3 and 4, Article 183-2, 2, 5 and 6, and Article 183-2, 2 and 3).

(3) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall delegate the following
    authority to the directors of the regional aviation offices under Article 154 (1) of the
    Act:
    1. Order of aviation physical examination on air traffic controllers under Article 32 of
        the Act;
    2. Matters concerning mutual cooperation with the head of relevant administrative
        agency to secure the air traffic safety under Article 38-4 of the Act;
    3. Measure by using a breath analyzer, etc. whether or not they drink or use the
        alcoholic beverages, etc., (only referring to measurement on air traffic controllers;
        hereinafter the same shall apply) under Article 47 (3) of the Act, or means of blood
        collection, urine analysis, etc. under paragraph (4) of the same Article;
    4. Order of air traffic under Article 70 (1), advice and information useful for the
        operation of aircraft under paragraph (2) of the same Article and information on an
        aircraft for the purpose of searching for and rescuing such an aircraft under
        paragraph (3) of the Act;
    5. Provision of aeronautical information under Article 73 (1) of the Act;
    6. Publication of aeronautical chart under Article 73 (2) of the Act;
    7. Authority falling under any of the items concerning aviation safety facilities (only
        referring to ARSR/SSR/ARTS, GNSS/SBAS/GRAS and ADS)
          (a) Installation permission provided for in Article 75 (2) of the Act;
          (b) Public notice and publication provided for in Articles 76, 77 (2), 78 (2) and 79
              (2) of the Act;
         (c) Inspection of installation completion provided for in Article 77 (1) of the Act;
         (d) Receipt of any alteration notification provided for in Article 78 of the Act;
         (e) Receipt of any notification concerning the suspension, discontinuation or
             resumption of use provided for in Article 79 (1) of the Act;
         (f) Management inspection provided for in Article 80 (2) of the Act;
         (g) Performance of the air communication services provided for in Article 80-3 of
             the Act;
         (h) Revocation of any installation permission provided for in Article 81 of the
             Act;
         (i) Receipt of any notification concerning the succession of status provided for in
             Article 87 of the Act; and
         (j) Public notice, publication, receipt of any notification concerning suspension,
             discontinuation, and resumption of use and the management inspection
             provided for in Articles 76, 77 (2), 79 and 80-2 of the Act that are applied
             mutatis mutandis by Article 111 of the Act;
  8. Permission for operation (under subparagraph 3 of the same paragraph) of foreign
       aircrafts falling under Article 144 (1) of the Act;
  9. matters concerning requirement of report, etc. under Article 153 of the Act (only
       referring to matters related to the duties delegated to the head of the Korea Air
       Traffic Center);
  10. hearing under Article 154-2 of the Act (only referring to matters related to the duties
       delegated to the head of the Korea Air Traffic Center).
(4) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall entrust his authority of
    approval for repair and modification of aircraft for use by a state agency, etc. among
    the powers of approval for repair and modification prescribed in the provisions of
    Article 19 of the Act to the head of a central administrative agency concerned which
    owns or leases and operates such aircraft under the provisions of Article 154 (3) of the
    Act.
(5) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall entrust his duties of the
    following subparagraphs to the Korea Transportation Safety Authority (hereinafter
    referred to as the “Korea Transportation Safety Authority”) under the provisions of
    Article 154 (5) of the Act:
     1. Duties concerning the test for qualifications, the limited examination for
         qualifications and issuance of qualifications under Article 29 of the Act;
     2. Duties concerning the certification of instrument flight, the certification of
          pilotage practice and the issuance of certificates under Article 34 of the Act;
      3. Duties concerning the issuance of certificates of spoken aviation English
          proficiency under Article 34-2 (3) of the Act; and
      4. Duties concerning receipt, analysis, and dissemination of reports on the aviation
          safety under Article 49-4 of the Act.
 (6) The Korea Transportation Safety Authority shall, when it performs the duties entrusted
     under the provisions of paragraph (5), promptly report the performance of such duties
     to the Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
 (7) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall entrust his business falling
     under each of the following subparagraphs to the Korea Aerospace Medical
     Association incorporated with permission from the Minister of Land, Transport and
     Maritime Affairs therefor pursuant to the provisions of Article 32 of the Civil Act,
     under the provisions of Article 154 (6) of the Act:
     1. The following business from among those concerning the certification of aviation
           physical examination under the provisions of Article 31 of the Act:
     (a) Business relating to the examination of whether the certification of aviation
           physical examination is given in a proper way; and
     (b) Business relating to the re-delivery of the certificates of aviation physical
           examination; and
     2. The business concerning the education of specialized aviation doctors under the
         provisions of Article 31-2 (3) of the Act.
 (8) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs shall entrust his business
     concerning the conduct of the examination for certification of spoken aviation English
     proficiency to such a specialized agency or organization designated and published by
     the head of Civil Aviation Safety Authority from among those specialized in the
     appraisal of English proficiency with the setup, manpower, etc. determined by the
     Ordinance of the Ministry of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs, under the
     provisions of Article 154 (7) of the Act.
<Wholly Amended by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009>

Article 64 (Imposition and Collection of Fine for Negligence)
 (1) Standards on imposition of fines under the provisions of Articles 182, 182-2, 183, and
     183-2 through 4 shall be stipulated in the attached Table 7.
 (2) The Minister of Land, Transport and Maritime Affairs may increase or lower the
     amount of fines within the range of 1/2 of the fines stipulated in the attached Table 7
     in consideration of degree of violation and numbers. In the case where the Minister
     increases the fines, the total amount shall not exceed the maximum amount stipulated
     under the provisions of Articles 182, 182-2, 183 and 183-2 through 4.
[This Article Newly Inserted by Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9, 2009]



            ADDENDA
      (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its
promulgation: Provided, That the provisions of Article 44 shall enter into force on July 1,
1993.

      (2) (Transitional Measures concerning Disposition of Fine for Negligence) The
provisions of the attached Table 2 shall apply to the portion which is subject to the
imposition of the penalty against any offense committed after this Decree enters into force.

      (3) (Transitional Measures concerning Standards for Registration of Aircraft-Using
Business) Notwithstanding the provisions of the attached Table 3, any aircraft-using
businessman who is licensed pursuant to the previous provisions at the time when this
Decree enters into force, shall be considered to have conformed to such standards.

      (4) Omitted.



             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 13870, Mar. 6, 1993>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation.



 Articles 2 through 4 Omitted.



            ADDENDUM <Presidential Decree No. 14322, Jul. 11, 1994>
      This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation: Provided, That the
revised provisions of Article 63 (3) shall enter into force on March 1, 1995.
            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 14438, Dec. 23, 1994>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
    This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation.



Articles 2 through 5 Omitted.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 14447, Dec. 23, 1994>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
    This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation. (Proviso Omitted.)



Articles 2 through 5 Omitted.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 14450, Dec. 23, 1994>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
    This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation. (Proviso Omitted.)



Article 2 Omitted.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 14721, Jul. 6, 1995>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
    This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation.



Articles 2 and 3 Omitted.



           ADDENDUM <Presidential Decree No. 15598, Dec. 31, 1997>
     This Decree shall enter into force on January 1, 1998.
             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 16511, Aug. 6, 1999>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its promulgation: Provided, That, the
amended provisions of Articles 51-2, 52, and 54 shall enter into force on January 1, 2001.



 Article 2 (Transitional Measures concerning Levy of Fines)
     Notwithstanding the amended provisions of the attached table 2, levy of fines with
respect to the violations prior to the enforcement of this Decree shall be in accordance with
the old provisions.



 Article 3 Omitted.



             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 16891, Jul. 1, 2000>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on July 1, 2000. (Proviso Omitted.)



 Articles 2 through 13 Omitted.



           ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 16892, Jul. 1, 2000>
     (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its
promulgation.

      (2) (Transitional Measures concerning Imposition of Fines) Notwithstanding the
amended provisions of the attached table 2, imposition of fines on the violations committed
before the enforcement of this Decree shall be governed by the previous provisions.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 17173, Mar. 27, 2001>
     (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its
promulgation.

      (2) Omitted.



             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 17269, Jun. 30, 2001>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on July 1, 2001. (Proviso Omitted.)



 Articles 2 through 8 Omitted.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 17406, Nov. 7, 2001>
      (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its
promulgation: Provided, That the amendments to Articles 59-2 through 59-4 and
subparagraph 10 (ⅱ) through (ⅱ) in the attached Table 2 shall enter into force on
November 13, 2001.

      (2) (Transitional Measures concerning Imposition of Surcharge) Imposition of
surcharge on the offenses committed prior to the enforcement of this Decree shall be
governed by the previous provisions, notwithstanding the amended provisions of the
attached Table 2.



           ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 17706, Aug. 12, 2002>
     (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its
promulgation.

      (2) Omitted.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 17790, Nov. 29, 2002>
      (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its
promulgation.

      (2) and (3) Omitted.



             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 17816, Dec. 26, 2002>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on January 1, 2003.



 Articles 2 through 17 Omitted.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 18117, Nov. 4, 2003>
      (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its
promulgation: Provided, That the amendments to Article 63 (2) 11 through 11-4 and
paragraphs (3) 4 and (5) of the same Article shall enter into force on January 26, 2004, and
the amendments to the attached Table 2 shall enter into force on July 1, 2004.

     (2) (Transitional Measures for Imposition of Penalty) The previous pro visions shall
govern any imposition of penalty on the offenses committed prior to the enforcement of this
Decree, notwithstanding the amendments to the attached Table 2.



            ADDENDUM <Presidential Decree No. 18468, Jun. 29, 2004>
      This Decree shall enter into force on July 1, 2004.



             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 19195, Dec. 28, 2005>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on January 1, 2006.



 Articles 2 through 4 Omitted.
             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 19281, Jan. 20, 2006>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on January 22, 2006.



 Articles 2 through 9 Omitted.



             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 19503, Jun. 7, 2006>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on June 8, 2006. (Proviso Omitted)



 Articles 2 through 8 Omitted.



             ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 19513, Jun. 12, 2006>
 Article 1 (Enforcement Date)
     This Decree shall enter into force on July 1, 2006.



 Articles 2 through 4 Omitted.



            ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 19607, Jul. 4, 2006>
      (1) (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall enter into force on July 9, 2006: Provided,
That the amendments to Article 9-2, 13 (2) 4 and 63 (5) shall take effect on January 1, 2008.

     (2) (Transitional Measures for Imposition of Penalty) The previous provisions shall
govern any imposition of penalty on the offenses committed prior to the enforcement of this
Decree, notwithstanding the amendments to the attached Table 2.



ADDENDUM <Presidential Decree No. 20110, Jun. 26, 2007>
This Decree shall take effect from June 29, 2007.

ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 20722, Feb. 29, 2008>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall take effect from the promulgation date.
Provided, That the provisions of this Decree, revised under Article 6 of the ADDENDA,
which were promulgated but haven’t reached the enforcement date, shall take effect from
the enforcement date of each relevant Presidential Decree.
Article 2 through 6 Omitted

ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 20778, May. 6, 2008>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall take effect from the promulgation date.
Provided, That the revised provisions of Article 11, Article 11-2 through 7, Article 44-6,
Article 63 (2) 6-4, 23-3, 23-4, 28-5, 32-4, 33, 36, 36-2, Article 63 (3) 28-7, Article 63 (8) 5-
2, 13, 16-2, 29-4, 29-5, Article 63 (9) 2 and Article 2 of the ADDENDA shall take effect
from Jun. 22, 2008.
Article 2 (Interim Measures on Penalty Imposement) Dispositions on violations caused
before the enforcement of this Decree shall be taken under the previous provisions of this
Decree.
Article 3 (Revision of other Acts) Part of the Presidential Decree of the Act on Aviation
Safety and Security shall be revised as follows:
“aircraft handling companies” in Article 9 shall be considered as the “aircraft handling
companies and aircraft maintenance companies”.

ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 21025, Sep. 22, 2008>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall take effect from the promulgation date.
Article 2 through 4 Omitted
ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 21372, Mar. 25, 2009>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall take effect from Apr. 1, 2009.
Article 2 (Applicable Special Cases on Imposition and Collection of Noise Charges)
Notwithstanding the revised provisions of Article 44 (2) 3 and 4, the aircrafts falling under
the 5th and 6th grade in respect of aircraft noise shall be imposed and collected the following
charges under Oct. 31, 2011.
      1. the 5th grade: 15/100 of landing fee of the relevant aircraft; and
      2. the 6th grade: 10/100 of landing fee of the relevant aircraft.
Article 3 (Interim Measures on Imposition and Collection of Noise Charge on the owners,
etc. of aircraft violating quiet operation) Notwithstanding the revised provisions of 44 (2),
the previous provisions shall apply to the owners, etc. of aircraft violating Article 108-2 (1)
for quiet operation.

ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 21473, May 6, 2009>
Article (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall take effect from the promulgation date.
Article 2 (Revisions of Other Acts) Omitted

ADDENDA <Presidential Decree No. 21719, Sep. 9. 2009>
Article 1 (Enforcement Date) This Decree shall take effect from Sep. 10, 2009.
Article 2 (Interim Measures) Penalty and fines on violations caused before the enforcement
of this Decree shall be imposed under the previous provisions.
Article 3 (Revisions of Other Acts) Omitted