11. to 13. [Repealed, SOR/96-335, s. 7]
Reduction or Discontinuance of Domestic Services
14. (1) For the purposes of subsection 64(1) of the Act, a licensee proposing to discontinue or to reduce the frequency of a domestic service to a point to less than one flight per week, where, as a result of the proposed discontinuance or reduction, there will be only one licensee or no licensee offering at least one flight per week to that point, shall give notice of the proposal
(a) to the Agency, to the Minister and to the minister responsible for transportation in the province or territory where the area to be affected is located, by sending them a notice in the form set out in Schedule III; and
(b) to holders of domestic licences operating in the area to be affected by the proposal and to persons resident therein, by publishing notice in the form set out in Schedule III in newspapers with the largest circulation in that area in each official language, the names of which newspapers shall be obtainable from the Agency on request by the licensee.
(1.1) For the purposes of subsection 64(1.1) of the Act, a licensee proposing to discontinue a year-round non-stop scheduled air service between two points in Canada, where the proposed discontinuance would result in a reduction, as compared to the week before the proposal is to take effect, of at least 50% of the weekly passenger-carrying capacity of all licensees operating year-round non-stop scheduled air services between those two points, shall give notice of the proposal to the persons, and in the manner, referred to in paragraphs (1)(a) and (b).
(2) The date of the notice referred to in paragraph (1)(b) shall be the same as the date on which the notice appears in the newspaper.
- SOR/96-335, s. 8;
- SOR/2001-71, s. 2.
15. (1) An applicant for a scheduled international licence, or for an amendment to or a renewal of such a licence, shall submit to the Agency documentary evidence to establish that the applicant
(a) is eligible to hold a scheduled international licence;
(b) holds a Canadian aviation document that is valid in respect of the air service to be provided under the licence;
(c) has the liability insurance coverage required by section 7 in respect of the air service to be provided under the licence and has complied with section 8; and
(d) where the applicant is required to meet the financial requirements set out in section 8.1, meets those requirements.
(2) An applicant for a non-scheduled international licence, or for an amendment to or a renewal of such a licence, shall submit to the Agency documentary evidence that
(a) meets the requirements of paragraphs (1)(b) to (d); and
(b) establishes that
(i) the applicant is a Canadian, or
(ii) where the applicant is a non-Canadian, the applicant holds a document issued by the government of the applicant’s state or an agent thereof, in respect of the air service to be provided, that is equivalent to the non-scheduled international licence for which the application is being made.
(3) Every holder of a scheduled international or a non-scheduled international licence shall, within 30 days after each anniversary date of the licence, file with the Agency a declaration in the form set out in Schedule II.
- SOR/96-335, s. 9.
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