Venezuela

Venezuela

1. Date of Agreement

Legal Title:
Air Transport Agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Venezuela
June 26, 1990
Agreement signed (Provisional application)

2. Other Instruments

September 2, 1988
Diplomatic Note (designation of Viasa Airways).
September 22, 1989
Agreed Minute (modifications to text of initialled Agreement).
July 21, 1991
Canada designates Porlamar as a second point in Venezuela.
January 17, 1992
Diplomatic Note (designation of Venezuelan Airlines Aerovias Venezolanas S.A. (Avensa) to operate passenger, cargo and courier scheduled services on route Porlamar-Montreal-Porlamar)
November 23, 1998
Diplomatic Note (designation of Venezuelan Airline Company, AEROPOSTAL to operate from Caracas to Toronto).

3. Characterization of Bilateral Agreement

A. Grant of Rights:
All except as otherwise specified in the Annex.
B. Designation:
Multiple, Air Canada, VIASA, Aeropostal, Avensa
C. Tariffs:
Single disapproval.
D. Capacity:
Pre-determination.

4. Routes and Associated Rights

The Agreement also includes confidential route schedules.

VENEZUELA
Points of OriginPoints in CanadaPoints Beyond

Venezuela

Montreal, Toronto

Notes:

  1. Each designated airline may, on any or all flights and at its option, operate air services in either direction or in both directions, serve points on the route in any combination, and omit stops at any point or points provided that services originate or terminate in Venezuela.

  2. The designated airlines of one Contracting Party shall not operate to or from points beyond their respective national territories to or from points in the national territory of the other Contracting Party without changing the flight number.

  3. The designated airlines shall abstain from using terms such as "same plane" or "service without change in flight number" in operations beyond their respective national territories.

  4. Services at Toronto shall be operated at times of the day and terminal building acceptable to airport management consistent with requirements of the Government of Canada.

CANADA
Points of OriginPoints in VenezuelaPoints Beyond

Canada

Caracas and one other point to be named by Canada (to be selected from Barcelona, Porlamar, Maracaibo, Las Piedras).

Notes:

  1. Each designated airline may, on any or all flights and at its option, operate air services in either direction or in both directions, serve points on the route in any combination, and omit stops at any point or points provided that services originate or terminate in Canada.

  2. The designated airlines of one Contracting Party shall not operate to or from points beyond their respective national territories to or from points in the national territory of the other Contracting Party without changing the flight number.

  3. The designated airlines shall abstain from using terms such as "same plane" or "service without change in flight number" in operations beyond their respective national territories.

  4. The other point in Venezuela to be named by Canada may be changed at intervals of no less than sixty (60) days upon notification to the Aeronautical Authorities of the other Contracting Party.

  5. Services at Caracas shall be operated at times of the day and terminal building acceptable to airport management consistent with requirements of the Government of Venezuela.

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