Peru

Peru

1. Date of Agreement

Legal Title:
Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Peru for Air Services between and Beyond Their Respective Territories
February 18, 1954
Provisionally in force
February 18, 1955
In force

2. Other Instruments

June 4 and August 22, 1955
Exchange of Notes (Canada names Buenos Aires as point beyond on Route 1).
April 25 and June 5, 1957
Exchange of Notes (Canada names Santiago, Chile as point beyond on Route 1).
April 14, 2005
Letter designating Lan Peru to operate scheduled air services
September 17, 2009
Letter designating Taca Peru to operate scheduled air services

3. Characterization of Bilateral Agreement

A. Grant of Rights:
As specified in the Annex.
B. Designation:
Single by route, Air Canada, Lan Peru
C. Tariffs:
Single disapproval.
D. Capacity:
Free determination.

4. Routes and Associated Rights

PERU

Points of Origin

Intermediate Points

Points in Canada

Points Beyond

Lima

Points in Ecuador, Panama, Cuba, Mexico

Vancouver

Points to be agreed

Lima, other point or points in PeruNote 1

Points to be agreed

Montreal

CANADA

Points of Origin

Intermediate Points

Points in Peru

Points Beyond

Vancouver

Points in Mexico, Cuba, Panama

Lima, Talara

Rio de Janeiro, Sao Paulo, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Chile and other points as may be agreed.

Montreal, other point or points in Eastern CanadaNote 2

Points to be agreed

Lima, Talara

Notes

Note 1

Additional traffic stops within Peru may be designated by the Government of Peru, provided that such stops be between the specified terminals and in reasonable proximity to the direct route connecting them.

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Note 2

Additional traffic stops within Canada may be designated by the Government of Canada, provided that such stops be between the specified terminals and in reasonable proximity to the direct route connecting them.

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