Fifth/Seventh Freedom Charter Flights Approved by the Agency
Where a foreign carrier's licence does not authorize the operation of the proposed charter flights, the Agency can amend a licence, pursuant to subsection 74(1) of the Canada Transportation Act to allow the carrier to operate the flight(s).
The Agency seeks comments from certain Canadian carriers with respect to many of these applications, which are considered based on the merits of each case, and/or reciprocity of opportunity for Canadian charter carriers, depending on the applicant's country of origin.
In the interest of transparency, the Agency publishes information on fifth/seventh freedom charter flight approvals and invites Canadian licensees to bring forward to the Agency any specific issues of concern they may have with respect to reciprocityFootnote 1of treatment and comityFootnote 2 as it relates to fifth/seventh freedom charter flight approvals they have sought from foreign countries.
Go to the fifth/seventh freedom charter flights approved by the Agency page to view flights approved, by year.
Any written comments you may have can be submitted to the Manager of Air Licensing and Charters.