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MEM Rules and Regulations

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The Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority Rules and Regulations (Rules and Regulations) are designed for the safety and benefit of all Airport tenants and users and for the efficient operation of Memphis International Airport, General DeWitt Spain Airport, and Charles Baker Airport (Airport).

The Rules and Regulations set forth herein shall apply to all airports owned by the Memphis-Shelby County Airport Authority (MSCAA) unless specifically identified as applicable only at a specified airport or airports. The adoption of these Rules and Regulations is not intended, nor should it be construed, to grant any property right or expectation to any person or company whatsoever.

MSCAA expressly reserves the right to amend these Rules and Regulations at any time and in any respect, as well as reserving the right to amend any agreements entered into pursuant to the terms thereof by mutual concurrence of MSCAA and the holder of any such agreement. Additionally, MSCAA reserves the right to limit or restrict access to any area of the Airport, without the issuance of prior notice, for reasons including, but not limited to, safety and security of the general public, construction or renovation work at the Airport, or acts of God.

All users and any persons on MSCAA property shall be governed by these Rules and Regulations and by any emergency amendments or directives issued by MSCAA. It shall be the responsibility of all persons, firms, and other business entities on the Airport, to acquaint themselves with and adhere to the Rules and Regulations at all times.

These Rules and Regulations supersede all those previously published and are subject to change at any time. These Rules and Regulations are not intended to amend, modify or supersede any provision of federal, state, or local law or ordinance. Nor are they intended to conflict with any specific contractual agreement of MSCAA and shall, insofar as possible, be interpreted so that no such conflict shall exist.