(a) Each cargo and baggage compartment must be designed for its
placarded maximum weight of contents and for the critical load
distributions at the appropriate maximum load factors corresponding to the
specified flight and ground load conditions, except the emergency landing
conditions of §29.561.
(b) There must be means to prevent the contents of any compartment from
becoming a hazard by shifting under the loads specified in paragraph (a)
of this section.
(c) Under the emergency landing conditions of §29.561, cargo and
baggage compartments must --
(1) Be positioned so that if the contents break loose they are unlikely
to cause injury to the occupants or restrict any of the escape facilities
provided for use after an emergency landing; or
(2) Have sufficient strength to withstand the conditions specified in
§29.561, including the means of restraint and their attachments required
by paragraph (b) of this section. Sufficient strength must be provided for
the maximum authorized weight of cargo and baggage at the critical loading
(d) If cargo compartment lamps are installed, each lamp must be
installed so as to prevent contact between lamp bulb and cargo.