Where an airport is either designated for the purpose or is managed by the Secretary of State1, the airport operator2, whether he is the Secretary of State or some other person, may make byelaws for regulating the use and operation of the aerodrome and the conduct of all persons while within the airport3.
Before making byelaws, the Secretary of State must give public notice of the proposed byelaws to allow representations to be made and to be considered prior to the publication of the statutory instrument embodying them4. In the case of any other airport operator, the latter must ensure
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