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This database contains all public Decisions, Determinations, Orders and certain interim Decisions made by the Canadian Transportation Agency since 1988. Some decisions are confidential and are not published.
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BACKGROUND The applicant has applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) for an exemption to permit it to sell, cause to be sold or publicly offer for sale a domestic service, large aircraft; a non-scheduled international service, large aircraft, between Canada and any other country; and...
2018-A-20 | Order | 2018-01-31
The Licensee is licensed to operate a non scheduled international service on a charter basis between Greece and Canada.à The Licensee has ceased to meet the requirement to have the prescribed liability insurance coverage under subparagraph 73(1)(a)(iii) of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996...
2018-A-19 | Order | 2018-01-31
Lynne Faught against Air Canada carrying on business as Air Canada Rouge and as Air Canada Cargo - consumer complaint
SUMMARY  Lynne Faught filed an application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) against Air Canada with respect to her lost baggage. Ms. Faught filed with Air Canada a completed Interim Expense Claim Form, Airline Baggage Identification Chart, and Itemized List and Description of...
7-C-A-2018 | Decision | 2018-01-30
Mark Rosner against Hudson Bay Railway Company (HBR) - Requests by HBR under sections 31, 34 and 38 of the Dispute Adjudication Rules and request by Mark Rosner under sections 32 and 33 of the Dispute Adjudication Rules.
SUMMARY  On October 27, 2017, the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) opened pleadings on Mr. Rosner’s application pursuant to sections 116 and 146 of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996 c. 10, as amended (CTA) with respect to the railway line between Gillam and Churchill,...
LET-R-6-2018 | Letter Decision | 2018-01-29
The Licensee is licensed to operate a domestic service, small aircraft and a non scheduled international service, small aircraft. The Licensee has requested the suspension of its licences. As the Licensee does not hold a valid Canadian aviation document, the licences are suspended pursuant to...
A-2018-10 | Determination | 2018-01-25
Galaxy Airways Inc. - exemptions from paragraphs 33.1(b) and 73(2)(c) and sections 33.2 and 103.3 of the ATR
The Licensee has applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) for exemptions to permit it to operate its executive type aircraft without being issued a program permit by the Agency or without giving notification prior to the departure of each Canadian originating international entity...
2018-A-18 | Order | 2018-01-24
The applicant has applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) for a licence to operate a domestic service, small aircraft. The Agency is satisfied that the applicant meets all the applicable requirements of section 61 of the CTA. Accordingly, the Agency issues the licence.
A-2018-9 | Determination | 2018-01-24
Rohit Dubey against China Eastern Airlines Corporation Limited also carrying on business as China Eastern Airlines and as China Eastern - consumer complaint
SUMMARY  Rohit Dubey filed an application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) against China Eastern concerning the loss of his checked baggage while travelling from Toronto, Ontario, Canada on December 9, 2016 to Delhi, India, arriving on December 11, 2016.  Mr. Dubey is seeking...
6-C-A-2018 | Decision | 2018-01-24
Global Jet Luxembourg S.A. carrying on business as Global Jet Luxembourg - exemptions from paragraph 33.1(b), subparagraph 73(2)(c)(i) and section 33.2 of the ATR
The Licensee has applied to the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) for exemptions to permit it to: operate Canadian originating entity charter flights using its executive type aircraft without being issued a program permit by the Agency; or operate each charter flight or series of charter...
2018-A-17 | Order | 2018-01-22
NARL Refining Limited Partnership applied, through its representative, for a licence to use one unknown petroleum/chemical tanker, to perform a single voyage loading up to 200,000 barrels of heavy fuel in Come by Chance, Newfoundland and Labrador for discharge at Port-Cartier, Quebec. The activity...
W-2018-8 | Determination | 2018-01-18