Canadian Transportation Agency Decisions & Orders

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Week of August 4, 2015

ISSUE

603

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Decision # and Date

Applicant Principal Legislation

Involved Issue Result

Decision No. 241-A-2015 July 31, 2015

Air Transat A.T. Inc. on behalf of itself and I.M.P. Group Limited c.o.b. as CanJet Airlines, a Division of I.M.P. Group Limited

Section 60 of theCanada Transportation Actand section 8.2 of theAir Transportation Regulations

Air Transat holds an international scheduled licence, large aircraft, for services between Canada and each of the following countries: Dominican Republic, Cuba and Jamaica. Application for an approval to permit Air Transat to provide its scheduled international services between Toronto, Ontario, and each of the following countries: Dominican

Republic, Cuba and Jamaica, using aircraft with flight crew provided by CanJet, beginning August 1 to August 31, 2015.

Approval granted beginning on August 1 to August 31, 2015, subject to the conditions prescribed in this Decision.

Decision No. 242-A-2015 July 31, 2015

Air Canada also c.o.b. as Air Canada rouge, on behalf of itself and Asiana Airlines, Inc. c.o.b. as Asiana Airlines

Section 60 of theCanada Transportation Actand section 8.2 of theAir Transportation Regulations

Air Canada holds an international scheduled licence, large aircraft, for service between Canada and Japan.

Application for an approval to permit Air Canada to provide its scheduled

international service between Canada and Japan by selling transportation in its own name on flights operated by Asiana between Korea and Japan, for an indefinite period.

Approval granted for an indefinite period beginning on September 1, 2015, subject to the conditions prescribed in this Decision.

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Decision No. 243-A-2015 July 31, 2015

Air Canada also c.o.b. as Air Canada rouge, on behalf of itself and Asiana Airlines, Inc. c.o.b. as Asiana Airlines

Section 60 of theCanada Transportation Actand section 8.2 of theAir Transportation Regulations

Air Canada holds an international scheduled licence, large aircraft, for service between Canada and the Socialist Republic of Vietnam.

Application for an approval to permit Air Canada to provide its scheduled

international service between Canada and Vietnam by selling transportation in its own name on flights operated by Asiana between Korea and Vietnam, for an indefinite period.

Approval granted for three years beginning September 1, 2015 to August 31, 2018, subject to the conditions of this Decision.

Decision No. 244-A-2015 July 31, 2015

Air Canada also c.o.b. as Air Canada rouge, on behalf of itself and Asiana Airlines, Inc. c.o.b. as Asiana Airlines

Section 60 of theCanada Transportation Actand section 8.2 of theAir Transportation Regulations

Air Canada holds an international scheduled licence, large aircraft, for service between Canada and the Kingdom of Thailand. Application for an approval to permit Air Canada to provide its scheduled

international service between Canada and Thailand by selling transportation in its own name on flights operated by Asiana between Korea and Thailand, for an indefinite period.

Approval granted for three years beginning on September 1, 2015 to August 31, 2018, subject to the conditions prescribed in this Decision.

Decision No. 245-A-2015

August 4, 2015

Jet Aviation Business Jets AG

Subsection 73(2) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Application for an international charter licence to transport traffic between Switzerland and Canada.

Licence to be issued subject to the conditions prescribed by the ATR and this Decision.

Decision No. 246-A-2015

August 4, 2015

Comlux Aruba N.V. Subsection 73(2) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Application for an international charter licence to transport traffic between Aruba and Canada.

Licence to be issued subject to the conditions prescribed by the ATR and this Decision.

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Decision No. 247-A-2015

August 5, 2015

Bradley Air Services Limited also c.o.b. as First Air and/or Ptarmigan Airways and/or Northwest Territorial Airways and/or NWT Air

Paragraphs 61(a), 69(1)(a) and 73(1)(a) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds domestic, transborder and international charter licences, all small, medium, large and all-cargo aircraft. The international charter licence is for services between Canada and any other country. Licences in respect of small aircraft have been suspended upon application on August 29, 2014.

Licensee applied for further suspension of licences in respect of small aircraft only.

Licences suspended in respect of small aircraft only.

Decision No. 248-A-2015

August 5, 2015

Integra Air International Inc.

Paragraph 63(2)(b) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee held a domestic licence, small aircraft.

Application for cancellation of the licence.

Licence cancelled.

Decision No. 250-A-2015

August 6, 2015

AirMédic inc. Subsection 73(1) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Application for an international charter licence, small aircraft, to transport traffic between Canada and any other country.

Licence issued subject to the conditions prescribed by the ATR and this Decision.

Order No. 2015-A-134

August 4, 2015

Comlux Aruba N.V. Subsection 84(2) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds an international charter licence to transport traffic between Aruba and Canada.

Application for an exemption from the requirement to have a place of business or an agent with a place of business in Canada.

Exemption granted as compliance with requirement is considered unnecessary.

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Order No. 2015-A-135

August 4, 2015

Comlux Aruba N.V. Paragraphs 33.1(b) and 73(2)(c) and section 33.2 of theAir Transportation Regulationsand

paragraph 80(1)(c) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds an international charter licence to transport traffic between Aruba and Canada.

Application for exemptions to permit the Licensee to operate its executive type aircraft without the permit and notification requirements.

The Licensee shall comply with the monthly statistics filing requirements.

Exemption granted for a period of one year.

Licensee is to provide the Agency, upon request, with the origin and destination, date(s) of operation, number of

passengers carried, aircraft utilized. Compliance by the Licensee with those sections of the ATR in respect of the use of executive type aircraft for international flights is impractical.

Order No. 2015-A-136

August 4, 2015

Comlux Aruba N.V. Certain provisions of the

Air Transportation Regulationsand

paragraph 80(1)(c) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds an international charter licence to transport traffic between Aruba and Canada.

Application for exemptions from compliance with certain provisions of the ATR which conflict with the Government of Canada’s Policy for International Passenger Charter Air Services.

The Agency exempts the Licensee from those provisions of the ATR with respect to each charter type operated pursuant to its licence, from the date of this Order until such time as the amendments to the ATR are promulgated, subject to the terms and conditions contained in any charter program permit issued to the Licensee by the Agency in relation to this Order.

Compliance by the licensee with certain provisions of the ATR in respect of the Passenger Policy is unnecessary. Order No.

2015-A-137 August 4,

2015

ProJet Aviation LLC Section 103.3 of theAir Transportation

Regulationsand

paragraph 80(1)(c) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds a transborder charter licence. Application for an exemption to permit the Licensee to operate its executive type aircraft without notifying the Agency prior to the departure of each USA originating transborder charter flight or series of flights. The Licensee to comply with the monthly statistics filing requirements.

Exemptions granted for a period of one year.

Licensee is to provide the Agency, upon request, with the origin and destination, date(s) of operation, number of

passengers carried and aircraft utilized. Compliance by the Licensee with those sections of the ATR in respect of the use of executive type aircraft for transborder flights is impractical.

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Order No. 2015-A-138

August 4, 2015

Gain Jet Aviation S.A. Paragraphs 33.1(b) and 73(2)(c) and section 33.2 of theAir Transportation Regulationsand

paragraph 80(1)(c) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds an international charter licence to transport traffic between Greece and Canada.

Application for exemptions to permit the Licensee to operate its executive type aircraft without the permit and notification requirements.

The Agency notes that the Licensee has complied in the past with the monthly statistics filing requirements.

Exemption granted for a period of one year.

Licensee is to provide the Agency, upon request, with the origin and destination, date(s) of operation, number of

passengers carried, aircraft utilized. Compliance by the Licensee with those sections of the ATR in respect of the use of executive type aircraft for international flights is impractical.

Order No. 2015-A-139

August 4, 2015

Air China Cargo Company Limited

Subparagraph 73(1)(a)(ii) of theCanada

Transportation Act

Licensee holds an international charter licence for service between China and Canada.

Licensee does not hold a valid Canadian aviation document. Licence suspended. Order No. 2015-A-141 August 5, 2015 Lifeguard Air Ambulance, Inc. Subparagraph 73(1)(a)(iii) of theCanada Transportation Act

Licensee holds a transborder charter licence. The Licensee does not have the prescribed liability insurance coverage.

Licence suspended.

Order No. 2015-A-142

August 6, 2015

Prime Jet LLC Certain provisions of the

Air Transportation Regulationsand

paragraph 80(1)(c) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds a transborder charter licence. Application for exemptions from compliance with certain provisions of the ATR which conflict with the Government of Canada’s Policy for International Passenger Charter Air Services.

The Agency exempts the Licensee from those provisions of the ATR with respect to each charter type operated pursuant to its licence, from the date of this Order until such time as the amendments to the ATR are promulgated, subject to the terms and conditions contained in any charter program permit issued to the Licensee by the Agency in relation to this Order.

Compliance by the licensee with certain provisions of the ATR in respect of the Passenger Policy is unnecessary.

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Order No. 2015-A-143

August 6, 2015

Triair (Bermuda) Limited c.o.b. as Triair

Paragraphs 33.1(b) and 73(2)(c) and section 33.2 of theAir Transportation Regulationsand

paragraph 80(1)(c) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds an international charter licence to transport traffic between the United Kingdom and Canada.

Application for exemptions to permit the Licensee to operate its executive type aircraft without the permit and notification requirements.

The Agency notes that the Licensee has complied in the past with the monthly statistics filing requirements.

Exemption granted for a period of one year.

Licensee is to provide the Agency, upon request, with the origin and destination, date(s) of operation, number of

passengers carried, aircraft utilized. Compliance by the Licensee with those sections of the ATR in respect of the use of executive type aircraft for international flights is impractical.

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Order No. 2015-A-144

August 6, 2015

Reva, Inc. Paragraph 33.1(b) of the

Air Transportation Regulationsand

paragraph 80(1)(c) of the

Canada Transportation Act

Licensee holds a transborder charter licence. Application for authority to operate urgent last minute air ambulance charter flights between Canada and countries other than the USA without prior approval of the Agency.

This application was made in response to the Agency’s notice of the elimination of its after-hours service for air charters.

Exemption granted.

In light of the foregoing and the

elimination of the after-hours service for air charters, the Agency finds that compliance by the Licensee with those sections of the ATR in respect of last minute time-sensitive air ambulance charter flights between Canada and countries other than the USA operated by the Licensee is impractical.

The Licensee shall notify the Agency by e-mail or facsimile prior to such flights. The notification shall include:

the date, the time, the name of the charterer, the points of origin and destination and routing of the flight, the type and configuration of the aircraft, and the number of seats contracted for; the date on which the Licensee was first approached by its client to operate the flight, including an explanation as to why a program permit issued by the Agency could not have been obtained during regular business hours.

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