Canadian Transportation Agency Symbol of the Government of Canada

Australia

1. Date of Agreement

Legal Title:
Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Australia relating to Air Services
July 5, 1988
In Force

2. Other Instruments

May 5, 1988
Agreed Minute
March 1, 1991
Exchange of Notes (Canada names Melbourne as the one other point in Australia).
March 8, 1991
Exchange of Notes (Australia names Toronto as the one other point in Canada).
January 30, 1995
Diplomatic Note (Revised provisions of (MOU), May 1988 and Diplomatic Notes dated March 5, 1991 and November 6, 1992)
June 1, 2000
Exchange of Notes (Designation of Air Canada)
July 13, 2000
Agreed Minute (Revisions to Capacity, Code-sharing, Route Rights, and Aircraft Leasing provisions)
November 9, 2010
Diplomatic Note (Designation of V Australia)

3. Characterization of Bilateral Agreement

A. Grant of Rights:
All except as otherwise specified in the Annex.
B. Designation:
Multiple, Air Canada, Qantas and V Australia.
C. Tariffs:
Single disapproval.
D. Capacity:
Pre-determination 3000 seats/wk without restrictions as to frequency or aircraft type. No capacity limits on code-share services.

4. Routes and Associated Rights

The following routes and associated rights reflect the Air Transport Agreement signed on May 5, 1988. Subsequent changes to the routes and associated rights were agreed ad referendum on July 13, 2000 and are confidential until definitively entered into force.

AUSTRALIA

Points of Origin

Intermediate Points

Points in Canada

Points Beyond

Australia

Fiji, Tahiti, Honolulu, San Francisco

Vancouver, one other point in Canada to be named by Australia.

Any point or points specified above may be omitted on any or all services, but all services shall originate or terminate in Australia.

Notes:

  1. The additional point in Australia to be named by Canada and the additional point in Canada to be named by Australia shall be any point with an airport designated for international operations.
  2. Points to be named by either Contracting Party may be changed on 6 months notice given to the other Contracting Party.
CANADA

Points of Origin

Intermediate Points

Points in Australia

Points Beyond

Canada

San Francisco, Honolulu, Tahiti, Fiji

Sydney. One other point in Australia to be named by Canada.

Any point or points specified above may be omitted on any or all services, but all services shall originate or terminate in Canada.

Notes:

  1. The additional point in Australia to be named by Canada and the additional point in Canada to be named by Australia shall be any point with an airport designated for international operations.
  2. Points to be named by either Contracting Party may be changed on 6 months notice given to the other Contracting Party.