St. Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis

St. Christopher (St. Kitts) and Nevis

1. Date of Agreement

Legal Title:
Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Federation of St. Christopher and Nevis on Air Services
October 18, 1985.

2. Other Instruments

October 13, 1985
Exchange of Notes (designation of B.W.I.A.).
October 18, 1985
Exchange of Notes (tariffs).

3. Characterization of Bilateral Agreement

A. Grant of Rights:
All except as otherwise specified in the Annex.
B. Designation:
Multiple, Air Canada and BWIA (carrier ceased operation on January 1, 2007)
C. Tariffs:
Single disapproval.
D. Capacity:
No unilateral action.

4. Routes and Associated Rights

ST. CHRISTOPHER AND NEVIS

Points of Origin

Intermediate Points

Points in Canada

Points Beyond

St. Christopher and Nevis

Points in the Caribbean to be named by St. Christopher and Nevis

Toronto, MontrealNote 3

CANADA

Points of Origin

Intermediate PointsNote 1,Note 2

Points in St. Christopher and Nevis

Points Beyond

Canada

Two points in the Caribbean to be named by Canada

St. Christopher and Nevis

Two points to be named by Canada

This schedule to remain in force while B.W.I.A. remains the sole designated airline of St. Christopher and Nevis or unless otherwise agreed by the Contracting Parties to the Agreement.

Notes

Note 1

Fifth freedom traffic rights between intermediate points and points in Canada shall become available at points to be agreed only at such time as the Government of St. Christopher and Nevis designates an airline acceptable to Canada other than Trinidad and Tobago (B.W.I.A. International) Airways Corporation (B.W.I.A.). At such time fifth freedom traffic rights of equivalent economic value to those operated by the designated airline of the Government of Canada shall be negotiated by the two Governments.

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Note 2

B.W.I.A. may exercise traffic rights pursuant to Air Agreements between Canada and other Governments while at the same time exercising traffic rights pursuant to the Canada/St. Christopher and Nevis Air Agreement and such traffic may be commingled on any and all flights provided that Canada has accepted the designation of B.W.I.A. to exercise the traffic rights granted to such other governments by the Government of Canada.

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Note 3

No same plane service shall be operated between Montreal and Barbados via St. Christopher and Nevis until a designated airline of Barbados exercises traffic rights at Montreal under an air services agreement between Canada and Barbados. Similarly, no same plane service shall be operated between Montreal and Trinidad and Tobago via St. Christopher and Nevis until a designated airline of Trinidad and Tobago exercises traffic rights at Montreal under an air services agreement between Canada and Trinidad and Tobago. Toronto and Montreal may be operated as co-terminals following initiation of service to St. Christopher and Nevis by a Canadian designated airline.

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