CHAPTER 473 -- INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT FACILITIES                  
      Sec.                                                                     
      47301.  Definitions.                                                     
      47302.  Providing airport and airway property in foreign                 
              territories.                                                     
      47303.  Training foreign citizens.                                       
      47304.  Transfer of airport and airway property.                         
      47305.  Administrative.                                                  
      47306.  Criminal penalty.                                                
                                                                               
      Sec. 47301. Definitions In this chapter --                               
                (1) "airport property" means an interest in property           
            used or useful in operating and maintaining an airport.            
                (2) "airway property" means an interest in property            
            used or useful in operating and maintaining a ground               
            installation, facility, or equipment desirable for the             
            orderly and safe operation of air traffic, including               
            air navigation, air traffic control, airway communication,         
            and meteorological facilities.                                     
                (3) "foreign territory" means an area --                       
                    (A) over which no government or a government of a          
                foreign country has sovereignty;                               
                    (B) temporarily under military occupation by the           
                United States Government; or                                   
                    (C) occupied or administered by the Government or a        
                government of a foreign country under an international         
                agreement.                                                     
                (4) "territory outside the continental United States"          
            means territory outside the 48 contiguous States and the           
            District of Columbia.                                              
                                                                               
      Sec. 47302. Providing airport and airway property in foreign             
      territories                                                              
            (a) General Authority. -- Subject to the concurrence of the        
      Secretary of State and the consideration of objectives of the            
      International Civil Aviation Organization --                             
                (1) the Secretary of Transportation may acquire,               
            establish, and construct airport property and airway               
            property (except meteorological facilities) in foreign             
            territory; and                                                     
                (2) the Secretary of Commerce may acquire, establish,          
            and construct meteorological facilities in foreign                 
            territory.                                                         
            (b) Specific Appropriations Required. -- Except for airport        
      property transferred under section 47304(b) of this title, an            
      airport (as defined in section 40102(a) of this title) may be            
      acquired, established, or constructed under subsection (a) of            
      this section only if amounts have been appropriated specifically         
      for the airport.                                                         
            (c) Accepting Foreign Payments. -- The Secretary of                
      Transportation or Commerce, as appropriate, may accept payment           
      from a government of a foreign country or international                  
      organization for facilities or services sold or provided the             
      government or organization under this chapter.  The amount               
      received may be credited to the appropriation current when the           
      expenditures are or were paid, the appropriation current when the        
      amount is received, or both.                                             
                                                                               
      Sec. 47303. Training foreign citizens                                    
            Subject to the concurrence of the Secretary of State, the          
      Secretary of Transportation or Commerce, as appropriate, may             
      train a foreign citizen in a subject related to aeronautics and          
      essential to the orderly and safe operation of civil aircraft.           
      The training may be provided --                                          
                (1) directly by the appropriate Secretary or jointly           
            with another department, agency, or instrumentality of the         
            United States Government;                                          
                (2) through a public or private agency of the United           
            States (including a State or municipal educational                 
            institution); or                                                   
                (3) through an international organization.                     
                                                                               
      Sec. 47304. Transfer of airport and airway property                      
            (a) General Authority. -- When requested by the government         
      of a foreign country or an international organization, the               
      Secretary of Transportation or Commerce, as appropriate, may             
      transfer to the government or organization airport property and          
      airway property operated and maintained under this chapter by the        
      appropriate Secretary in foreign territory.  The transfer shall          
      be on terms the appropriate Secretary considers proper, including        
      consideration agreed on through negotiations with the government         
      or organization.                                                         
            (b) Property Installed or Controlled by Military. --               
      Subject to terms to which the parties agree, the Secretary of a          
      military department may transfer without charge to the Secretary         
      of Transportation airport property and airway property (except           
      meteorological facilities), and to the Secretary of Commerce             
      meteorological facilities, that the Secretary of the military            
      department installed or controls in territory outside the                
      continental United States.  The transfer may be made if                  
      consistent with the needs of national defense and --                     
                (1) the Secretary of the military department finds that        
            the property or facility is no longer required exclusively         
            for military purposes; and                                         
                (2) the Secretary of Transportation or Commerce, as            
            appropriate, decides that the transfer is or may be                
            necessary to carry out this chapter.                               
            (c) Republic of Panama. -- (1) The Secretary of                    
      Transportation may provide, operate, and maintain facilities and         
      services for air navigation, airway communications, and air              
      traffic control in the Republic of Panama subject                        
      to --                                                                    
                (A) the approval of the Secretary of Defense; and              
                (B) each obligation assumed by the United States               
            Government under an agreement between the Government and           
            the Republic of Panama.                                            
            (2) The Secretary of a military department may transfer            
      without charge to the Secretary of Transportation property               
      located in the Republic of Panama when the Secretary of                  
      Transportation decides that the transfer may be useful in                
      carrying out this chapter.                                               
            (3) Subsection (b) of this section (related to the                 
      Secretary of Transportation) and section 47302(a) and (b) of this        
      title do not apply in carrying out this subsection.                      
            (d) Retaking Property for Military Requirement. -- (1) When        
      necessary for a military requirement, the Secretary of a military        
      department immediately may retake property (with any improvements        
      to it) transferred by the Secretary under subsection (b) or (c)          
      of this section.  The Secretary shall pay reasonable compensation        
      to each person (or its successor in interest) that made an               
      improvement to the property that was not made at the expense of          
      the  Government.  The Secretary or a delegate of the Secretary           
      shall decide on the  amount of compensation.                             
            (2) On the recommendation of the Secretary of                      
      Transportation or Commerce, as appropriate, the Secretary of a           
      military department may decide not to act under paragraph (1) of         
      this subsection.                                                         
      Sec. 47305. Administrative                                               
            (a) General Authority. -- The Secretary of Transportation          
      shall consolidate, operate, protect, maintain, and improve               
      airport property and airway property (except meteorological              
      facilities), and the Secretary of Commerce may consolidate,              
      operate, protect, maintain, and improve meteorological                   
      facilities, that the appropriate Secretary has acquired and              
      that are located in territory outside the continental United             
      States. In carrying out this section, the appropriate Secretary          
      may --                                                                   
                (1) adapt the property or facility to the needs                
            of civil aeronautics;                                              
                (2) lease the property or facility for not more than 20        
            years;                                                             
                (3) make a contract, or provide directly, for                  
            facilities and services;                                           
                (4) make reasonable charges for aeronautical services;         
            and                                                                
                (5) acquire an interest in property.                           
            (b) Crediting Appropriations. -- Money received from the           
      direct sale or charge that the Secretary of Transportation or            
      Commerce, as appropriate, decides is equivalent to the cost of           
      facilities and services sold or provided under subsection (a)(3)         
      and (4) of this section is credited to the appropriation from            
      which the cost was paid.  The balance shall be deposited in              
      the Treasury as miscellaneous receipts.                                  
            (c) Using Other Government Facilities and Services. -- To          
      carry out this chapter and to use personnel and facilities of the        
      United States Government most advantageously and without                 
      unnecessary duplication, the Secretary of Transportation or              
      Commerce, as appropriate, shall request, when practicable,               
      to use a facility or service of an appropriate department,               
      agency, or instrumentality of the Government on a reimbursable           
      basis.  A department, agency, or instrumentality receiving a             
      request under this section may provide the facility or service.          
            (d) Advertising Not Required. -- Section 3709 of the               
      Revised Statutes (41 U.S.C. 5) does not apply to a lease or              
      contract made by the Secretary of Transportation or Commerce             
      under this chapter.                                                      
                                                                               
      Sec. 47306. Criminal penalty                                             
            A person that knowingly and willfully violates a regulation        
      prescribed by the Secretary of Transportation to carry out this          
      chapter shall be fined under title 18, imprisoned for not more           
      than 6 months, or both.