Lebanon

Lebanon

1. Date of Agreement

Legal Title:
Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Republic of Lebanon on Air Transport
April 10, 1999
Signed
August 26, 2002
Entered into force

2. Other Instruments

September 5, 1995
Diplomatic Note (National Laws and Regulations)
November 5, 1998
Agreed Minute (Security matters and National Laws)

3. Characterization of Bilateral Agreement

A. Grant of Rights:
As specified in the Annex.
B. Designation:
Multiple, Air Canada and Middle East Airlines.
C. Tariffs:
Double disapproval.
D. Capacity:
Pre-determination (see section 4 for capacity entitlements).

4. Routes and Associated Rights

LEBANON
Points in LebanonIntermediate PointsPoints in CanadaPoints Beyond

Any point or points

Any point or points

Montreal

Any point or points

  1. Transit rights may be obtained at Intermediate Points and Points in Canada. Fifth freedom rights are not available between Intermediate Points and Montreal or between Montreal and Points Beyond. At the option of the designated Lebanese air carrier (or carriers), interline connections may be made at any Intermediate Point, and any or all of the Intermediate Points and Points Beyond may be omitted on any or all services, provided that all services originate or terminate in Lebanon. Intermediate Points and Points Beyond may be modified on ten (10) days' notice, unless Canadian aeronautical authorities authorize a shorter notification deadline.

  2. For the purposes of Article XI (Capacity), the Government of the Republic of Lebanon is entitled to allocate among the designated Lebanese air carriers a total of three (3) flights per week to and from Canada for the operation of own aircraft services.

CANADA
Points in CanadaIntermediate PointsPoints in LebanonPoints Beyond

Any point or points

Any point or points

Beirut

Any point or points

  1. Transit rights may be obtained at Intermediate Points and Points in Lebanon. Fifth freedom rights are not available between Intermediate Points and Beirut or between Beirut and Points Beyond. At the option of the designated Canadian air carrier (or carriers), interline connections may be made at any Intermediate Point, and any or all of the Intermediate Points and Points Beyond may be omitted on any or all services, provided that all services originate or terminate in Canada. Intermediate Points and Points Beyond may be modified on ten (10) days' notice, unless Lebanese aeronautical authorities authorize a shorter notification deadline.

  2. For the purposes of Article XI (Capacity), the Government of Canada is entitled to allocate among the designated Canadian air carriers a total of three (3) flights per week to and from Lebanon for the operation of own aircraft services.

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