Transport Canada Bilateral Agreements

Transport Canada Bilateral Agreements

In recognizing the respective obligations of the Contracting Parties under bilateral, regional and multilateral agreements relating to civil aviation safety and environment, the Agency publishes certain public information on Canada`s aviation agreements and arrangements, such as. B traffic rights which may be exercised by airlines designated under air agreements or other instruments. The full text of the current air agreements is available on Canada`s Processing Processing Information website at www.treaty-accord.gc.ca. To request documents classified as confidential or restricted (e.g. .B. not yet definitively in force), please contact: in 2006, Canada introduced a new international air transport policy, blue Sky, to modernize its approach to international air travel. For more information on this policy, please visit Transport Canada`s website: Canada`s Blue Sky Policy. The program allows the Canadian Transportation Agency to authorize any foreign carrier to use these airports for international air transport, even if these airlines are not authorized to serve points in Canada or abroad and the fees are not provided for in Canada`s air agreements. In addition, air carriers may combine these transhipments with other services for which they can obtain a licence. Due to the dynamism of the aviation industry and the different requirements of governments and airlines, the agreements and agreements governing air relations are constantly evolving and developing. Technical Agreement for the Recognition of Airworthiness and Environmental Authorization of Civil Aviation Products under the Bilateral Agreement on the Promotion of Aviation Safety between Transport Canada Civil Aviation and the Civil Aviation Administration of Israel Agreements and agreements between Canada and other countries, regions or governing bodies. The agreement is revolutionary in the world of aviation, as it provides for an unprecedented level of liberalization with regard to traffic rights and foreign investment in airlines.

It was negotiated by the Commission under a mandate obtained by the Council in October 2007 and replaced the bilateral air services agreements between EU Member States and Canada. The agreement has significantly improved both the links between the respective markets and people-to-people relationships and aims to create new investment opportunities by gradually liberalising the rules on foreign ownership with regard to airlines. . . .


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