Decision No. 842-A-1994
December 22, 1994
APPLICATION by Aeroleasing Charter, Inc. of Morristown, New Jersey, U.S.A. for a licence to operate a Class 9-4R Restricted Charter non-scheduled international service to transport passengers and goods between Canada and any other country using fixed wing aircraft in Groups D and E.
File No. M4895/A620-5-1
Docket No. 940876
Aeroleasing Charter, Inc. (hereinafter the applicant) has applied to the National Transportation Agency pursuant to subsection 94(1) of the National Transportation Act, 1987, R.S.C., 1985, c. 28 (3rd Supp.) (hereinafter the NTA, 1987), for a licence to operate a Restricted Charter non-scheduled international service for the transportation of passengers and goods into and out of Canada using fixed wing aircraft in Groups D and E.
The Agency has reviewed the application and the material in support thereof.
Following its consideration of the application and in light of the willingness of the American Aeronautical Authority to give favourable consideration to Canadian air carriers applying to the United States of America for similar authority, the Agency finds it in the public interest to issue to Aeroleasing Charter, Inc. a non-scheduled international licence.
The Agency, being satisfied that the requirements of section 94 of the NTA, 1987 have been complied with, will issue to Aeroleasing Charter, Inc. a licence to operate a Class 9-4R Restricted Charter non-scheduled international service.
In accordance with the applicant's indicated intentions and as the applicant has demonstrated that it holds a Canadian Operating Certificate from Transport Canada valid for the operation of aircraft in Groups D and E only, the Agency deems it in the public interest to authorize the Licensee to use aircraft in Groups D and E. Moreover, as the applicant has established that it has satisfied the insurance requirements pursuant to paragraph 94(1)(c) of the NTA, 1987 for the carriage of passengers and goods, the Agency deems it in the public interest to authorize the Licensee to carry this type of traffic.
The licence to be issued pursuant to this Decision shall, in addition to the conditions prescribed by the Air Transportation Regulations, SOR/88-58, be subject to the following conditions:
The Licensee is authorized to use fixed wing aircraft in Groups D and E.
The Licensee is authorized to transport:
- passengers on Common Purpose Charters from a point in Canada to a point in a foreign country;
- passengers and goods on Entity Charters from a point or points in Canada to a point or points in foreign countries; and
- passengers and goods, separately or in combination, on charter flights originating in a foreign country operated in accordance with the rules and regulations of the country of origin.