Guyana

Guyana

1. Date of Agreement

Legal Title:
Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Co-operative Republic of Guyana on Air Transport
May 30, 2005
In force

2. Other Instruments

January 18, 2005
Provisional application
May 3, 2005
Designation of Air Canada
May 25, 2006
Designation of TravelSpan GY Inc. and E-Jet Inc.
January 23, 2007
Diplomatic Note (Correction of carrier name TravelSpan GT Inc. (inadvertently stated as TravelSpan GY Inc.))
October 27, 2010
Letter from the Minister (Designation of Enerjet)

3. Characterization of Bilateral Agreement

A. Grant of Rights:
As specified in the Agreement.
B. Designation:
Multiple, Air Canada, TravelSpan GT Inc., E-Jet Inc. and Enerjet
C. Tariffs:
Double disapproval.
D. Capacity:
Pre-determination.

4. Routes and Associated Rights

CANADA
Points in CanadaIntermediate PointsPoints in GuyanaPoints Beyond

Any point or points

Any point or points

Georgetown

Any point or points

Notes:

  1. Each designated airline may, on any or all flights and at its option, omit stops at any point or points provided that services originate or terminate in Canada.

  2. Transit and own stopover rights shall be available at Intermediate Points and at Georgetown.

  3. For the purposes of Article X (Capacity), Canada shall be entitled to allocate the following capacity between its designated airlines:

    1. up to a total of four (4) flights per week in each direction for passenger or passenger/combination services; and

    2. up to a total of three (3) flights per week in each direction for all-cargo services.

  4. For passenger or passenger/combination services, fifth freedom rights shall be available at one (1) point in the AmericasNote 1, which may be used as an Intermediate Point or Point Beyond, or both. Fifth freedom traffic shall be limited to no more than 50 percent of the seat capacity of the aircraft on each flight.

  5. For all-cargo services, fifth freedom rights shall be available at two (2) points in the AmericasNote 2, which may be used as Intermediate Points or Points Beyond, or both. No more than one (1) of these points may be in the United States of America.

  6. The aeronautical authorities of Canada shall be notified of points to be served with fifth freedom rights at least ninety (90) days in advance or such lesser period as may be authorized by the aeronautical authorities of Guyana. Each of the points may be changed on ninety (90) days' notice to the aeronautical authorities of Guyana or such lesser period as may be authorized by the aeronautical authorities of Guyana.

  7. The designated airline(s) of Canada may, at any points on the specified route and at its option, transfer traffic between its own aircraft, provided all such operations are conducted in conformity with the capacity provisions of this Agreement.

GUYANA
Points in GuyanaIntermediate PointsPoints in CanadaPoints Beyond

Any point or points

Any point or points

Hamilton

Any point or points

Notes:

  1. Each designated airline may, on any or all flights and at its option, omit stops at any point or points provided that services originate or terminate in Guyana.

  2. Transit and own stopover rights shall be available at Intermediate Points and at Hamilton.

  3. For the purposes of Article X (Capacity), Guyana shall be entitled to allocate the following capacity between its designated airlines:

    1. up to a total of four (4) flights per week in each direction for passenger or passenger/combination services; and

    2. up to a total of three (3) flights per week in each direction for all-cargo services.

  4. For passenger or passenger/combination services, fifth freedom rights shall be available at one (1) point in the AmericasNote 3, which may be used as an Intermediate Point or Point Beyond, or both. Fifth freedom traffic shall be limited to no more than 50 percent of the seat capacity of the aircraft on each flight.

  5. For all-cargo services, fifth freedom rights shall be available at two (2) points in the AmericasNote 4, which may be used as Intermediate Points or Points Beyond, or both. No more than one (1) of these points may be in the United States of America.

  6. The aeronautical authorities of Canada shall be notified of points to be served with fifth freedom rights at least ninety (90) days in advance or such lesser period as may be authorized by the aeronautical authorities of Canada. Each of the points may be changed on ninety (90) days' notice to the aeronautical authorities of Canada or such lesser period as may be authorized by the aeronautical authorities of Canada.

  7. The designated airline(s) of Guyana may, at any points on the specified route and at its option, transfer traffic between its own aircraft, provided all such operations are conducted in conformity with the capacity provisions of this Agreement.

Notes

Note 1

It is understood that the Americas include North, Central, and South America, as well as the Caribbean.

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Note 2

It is understood that the Americas include North, Central, and South America, as well as the Caribbean.

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Note 3

It is understood that the Americas include North, Central, and South America, as well as the Caribbean.

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Note 4

It is understood that the Americas include North, Central, and South America, as well as the Caribbean.

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