Service Standards for Charter Permits for Canadian Originating Non-Scheduled International Air Services
Service standards publicly state the level of performance that citizens can reasonably expect to encounter from the Canadian Transportation Agency under normal circumstances.
An international charter air service is a non-scheduled international service operated under a contractual arrangement between an air carrier and a charterer. Carriers holding a licence for a non-scheduled international service must get an Agency program permit or an authorization to operate Canadian-originating charter flights to any foreign country. The permit and authorization processes ensure that air carriers operating international charter flights comply with the Air Transportation Regulations.
The following is a list of our service standards for high-volume regulatory authorizations in Charter Permits for Canadian Originating Non-Scheduled International Air Services:
- Service Standards for Charter Permits for Canadian Originating Non-Scheduled International Air Services
For more information
- Government-Wide Forward Regulatory Plans
- The Cabinet Directive on Regulatory Management
- The Red Tape Reduction Action Plan
- The Canada–United States Regulatory Cooperation Council
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