Decision No. 424-A-2011
APPLICATION by Parachutisme Adrénaline Inc. carrying on business as Transport Planet’air for suspension of Licence Nos. 100079 and 100080.
Parachutisme Adrénaline Inc. carrying on business as Transport Planet’air (Licensee) is licensed to operate domestic services, small and all-cargo aircraft.
The Licensee is also licensed to operate non‑scheduled international services, small and all-cargo aircraft, to transport traffic on a charter basis between Canada and any other country.
Pursuant to paragraphs 63(2)(b) and 75(2)(b) of the Canada Transportation Act, S.C., 1996, c. 10, as amended (CTA), the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) may suspend the licences in accordance with a request from the Licensee.
Accordingly, the Agency, pursuant to paragraphs 63(2)(b) and 75(2)(b) of the CTA, suspends the licences.
To reinstate the licences, the Licensee is provided with one year to file an application. If, at that time, the Agency concludes that the Licensee meets all the applicable requirements of the CTA, the Agency will reinstate the licences.
If within one year the application for reinstatement is not filed or the Licensee does not meet any of the applicable requirements of the CTA, the Licensee is provided with an additional 30 days following the expiration of one year to show cause why the licences should not be cancelled.