Regulatory guidance: Provision of Entire Aircraft With Crew to a U.S. Certificated Air Carrier by a Foreign Air Carrier

February 29, 2008 at 10:09 am | Posted in Aviation Law | Leave a comment

FAAby P.J. Blount with the blog faculty
The FAA has published, in today’s Federal Register, regulatory guidance on the Provision of Entire Aircraft With Crew to a U.S. Certificated Air Carrier by a Foreign Air Carrier (73 F.R. 10986-10987):

SUMMARY: This Notice sets forth the conditions under which a foreign air carrier may make an arrangement with a U.S. air carrier for a flight or series of flights, to be conducted with the foreign air carrier’s aircraft and crew, for that U.S. certificated air carrier’s-authorized services in foreign air transportation. This Notice also describes the regulatory steps involved for seeking Department approval for such an operation.

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