EU Parliment: Code of Conduct for Computerized Reservations Systems

September 5, 2008 at 9:17 am | Posted in Aviation Law | Leave a comment

by P.J. Blount with the blog faculty

The European Union Parliment has passed a Code of Conduct for computerized reservation systems for air carriers.

European Parliament legislative resolution of 4 September 2008 on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on a Code of Conduct for computerised reservation systems (COM(2007)0709 – C6-0418/2007 – 2007/0243(COD)):

European Parliament legislative resolution of 4 September 2008 on the proposal for a regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council on a Code of Conduct for computerised reservation systems (COM(2007)0709 – C6-0418/2007 – 2007/0243(COD))

(Codecision procedure: first reading)

The European Parliament ,

– having regard to the Commission proposal to the European Parliament and the Council (COM(2007)0709),

– having regard to Articles 251(2), 71 and 80(2) of the EC Treaty, pursuant to which the Commission submitted the proposal to Parliament (C6-0418/2007),

– having regard to Rule 51 of its Rules of Procedure,

– having regard to the report of the Committee on Transport and Tourism and the opinions of the Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice and Home Affairs and the Committee on Internal Market and Consumer Protection (A6-0248/2008),

1. Approves the Commission proposal as amended;

2. Calls on the Commission to refer the matter to Parliament again if it intends to amend the proposal substantially or replace it with another text;

3. Instructs its President to forward its position to the Council and the Commission.


Position of the European Parliament adopted at first reading on 4 September 2008 with a view to the adoption of Regulation (EC) No …/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council on a Code of Conduct for computerised reservation systems and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 2299/89
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Position of the European Parliament adopted at first reading on 4 September 2008 with a view to the adoption of Regulation (EC) No …/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council on a Code of Conduct for computerised reservation systems and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) No 2299/89

P6_TC1-COD(2007)0243

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND THE COUNCIL OF THE EUROPEAN UNION,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community, and in particular Articles 71 and 80(2) thereof,

Having regard to the proposal from the Commission,

Having regard to the opinion of the European Economic and Social Committee(1) ,

Having regard to the opinion of the Committee of the Regions(2) ,

Having regard to the opinion of the European Data Protection Supervisor,

Acting in accordance with the procedure laid down in Article 251 of the Treaty(3) ,

Whereas:

(1) Council Regulation (EEC) No 2299/89 of 24 July 1989 on a code of conduct for computerised reservation systems(4) has made a major contribution to ensuring fair and unbiased conditions for air carriers in computerised reservation systems (hereinafter “CRS”), thereby protecting the interests of consumers.

(2) An important part of airline reservations are still made through computerised reservation systems.

(3) Technological and market developments allow for a substantial simplification of the legislative framework by giving more flexibility to CRS vendors and air carriers to negotiate booking fees and fare content. This will allow them to adapt in a flexible way to the needs and requests of travel agents and consumers and to distribute more efficiently their transport products.

(4) In the present market context it remains necessary nonetheless to maintain certain provisions on CRS systems, insofar as they contain transport products, in order to prevent competitive abuses and to ensure the supply of neutral information to consumers.

(5) The refusal by parent carriers to provide the same information on schedules, fares and availability to systems other than their own and to accept bookings made by those systems can seriously distort competition between CRS.

(6) Whereas it is necessary to maintain effective competition between participating carriers and parent carriers and ensure respect for the principle of non-discrimination among air carriers irrespective of their participation in the CRS.

(7) In order to ensure transparent and comparable terms of competition in the market, parent carriers should be subject to specific rules.

(8 ) System vendors should clearly separate the CRS systems from any airline’s internal or any other kind of reservation system and should refrain from reserving distribution facilities to their parent carriers, in order to avoid that a parent carrier could have privileged access to the CRS system.

(9 ) In order to protect consumers’ interests, it is necessary to present an unbiased initial display to users of a CRS and to ensure that information on all participating carriers is equally accessible in order not to favour one participating carrier over another.

(10) The use of an unbiased display increases the transparency of transport products and services offered by participating carriers and enhances consumer confidence.

(11 ) System vendors should ensure that CRS marketing data is available to all participating carriers without discrimination, and transport providers should not be able to use such data in order to unduly influence the choice of the travel agent nor the choice of the consumer .

(12) Agreement(s) between subscribers and the system vendor on the Marketing Information Data Tapes (MIDT) could include a compensation scheme in favour of the subscribers.

(13 ) The provision of information on rail and rail-air services on the CRS displays should be facilitated.

(14) According to Regulation (EC) No …/2008 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 3 September 2008 on common rules for the operation of air services in the Community (recast) (5) (6) , air carriers publish their fares inclusive of all applicable taxes, and charges, surcharges and fees which are unavoidable and foreseeable. CRS displays should provide information on fares inclusive of the same price categories to ensure that travel agents can communicate this information to their clients.

(15) Information on bus services for air-transport products or rail-transport products incorporated alongside air transport products should be featured in future in the principal display of CRS.

(16) CRS should be encouraged to provide in the future easily understandable information about CO 2 emissions and fuel consumption of the flight. This could be shown via average fuel consumption data per person in litre/100km and average CO 2 emissions per person in g/km, and could be compared with data of the best alternative train/bus connection for journeys of less than five hours.

(17 ) Air carriers from the Community and from third countries should be given equivalent treatment with regard to CRS services.

(18 ) In order to ensure the correct application of this Regulation, the Commission should have appropriate enforcement powers, including the possibility to investigate infringements, whether on its own initiative or on the basis of a complaint, to order the undertakings concerned to bring such infringements to an end and to impose fines.

(19) The Commission should regularly monitor the application of this Regulation and in particular its effectiveness in preventing anti-competitive and discriminatory practices in the market for distribution of travel services via CRS, notably given the presence of carriers with close links to system vendors.

(20 ) This Regulation is without prejudice to the application of Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty. This Regulation is complementary to general competition rules which remain fully applicable to competitive abuses such as antitrust violations or abuses of a dominant position.

(21 ) The protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data is governed by Directive 95/46/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 24 October 1995 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data(7) . The provisions of this Regulation particularise and complement Directive 95/46/EC with regard to the activities of a CRS.

(22 ) Regulation (EEC) No 2299/89 should be repealed,

HAVE ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Introductory provisions

Article 1

Subject matter and scope

This Regulation shall apply to any computerised reservation system (hereinafter ‘CRS’), insofar as it contains air-transport products, when offered for use or used in the ▌Community. This Regulation shall also apply to rail-transport products, which are incorporated alongside air-transport products into the principal display of a CRS when offered for use or used in the Community .

Article 2

Definitions

For the purposes of this Regulation, the following definitions shall apply:
a) “transport product’ means the carriage of a passenger between two airports or rail stations;
b) “scheduled air service’ means a series of flights possessing all the following characteristics:
i) on each flight seats and/or capacity to transport cargo and/or mail are available for individual purchase by the public (either directly from the air carrier or from its authorised agents);
ii) it is operated so as to serve traffic between the same two or more airports, either:
– according to a published timetable; or
– with flights so regular or frequent that they constitute a recognisably systematic series.
c) “fares’ means the prices to be paid by passengers to air carriers, rail-transport operators, their agents or other ticket sellers for the carriage of those passengers on transport services and any conditions under which those prices apply, including remuneration and conditions offered to agency and other auxiliary services;
d) “computerised reservation system’ means a computerised system containing information about, inter alia, schedules, availability and fares, ▌of more than one air carrier, with or without facilities to make reservations or issue tickets , to the extent that some or all of these services are made available to subscribers;
e) “distribution facilities’ means facilities provided by a system vendor for the provision of information about air carriers’ and rail-transport operators’ schedules, availability, fares and related services and for making reservations and/or issuing tickets, and for any other related services;
f) “system vendor’ means any entity and its affiliates which is or are responsible for the operation or marketing of a CRS;
g) “parent carrier’ means any air carrier or rail-transport operator which directly or indirectly, alone or jointly with others, ▌controls or participates in the capital with rights or representation on the board of directors, supervisory board or any other governing body of a system vendor, as well as any air carrier or rail-transport operator which it ▌controls;
h) “participation in the capital with rights or representation on the board of directors, supervisory board or any other governing body of a system vendor’ means an investment to which are attached rights or representation on the board of directors, supervisory board or any other governing body of a system vendor, and conferring the possibility of exercising, alone or jointly with others, decisive influence on the running of the business of the system vendor;
(i) ▌’control’ means a relationship constituted by rights, contracts or any other means which, either separately or in combination and having regard to the considerations of fact or law involved, confer the possibility of ▌exercising ▌decisive influence on an undertaking, in particular by:
i) ownership or the right to use all or part of the assets of an undertaking;
ii) rights or contracts which confer a decisive influence on the composition, voting or decisions of the organs of an undertaking ▌;
( j ) “participating carrier’ means an air carrier or rail-transport operator which has an agreement with a system vendor for the distribution of transport products through a CRS;
( k ) “subscriber’ means a person ▌or an undertaking, other than a participating carrier, using a CRS under contract ▌ with a system vendor with the purpose of making reservations of air and related products on behalf of a client ;
( l ) “principal display’ means a comprehensive neutral display of data concerning transport services between city-pairs, within a specified time period;
( m ) “ticket’ means a valid document giving entitlement to transport, or an equivalent in paperless form, issued or authorised by the air carrier, rail-transport operator or an authorised agent;
n) “bundled product’ means a prearranged combination of transport with other services not ancillary to transport and offered at an inclusive price;
o) “booking fee’ means the price to be paid by air carriers to system vendors for the services provided by the CRS .

Rules of conduct for system vendors

Article 3

Relations with transport providers

1. A system vendor shall not:
a) attach unfair and/or unjustified conditions to any contract with a participating carrier or require the acceptance of supplementary conditions which, by their nature or according to commercial usage, have no connection with participation in its CRS;
b) make it a condition of participation in its CRS that a participating carrier may not at the same time be a participant in another system or that a participating carrier may not freely use alternative reservation systems such as its own Internet booking system and call centres .

2. A system vendor shall load and process data provided by participating carriers with equal care and timeliness, subject only to the constraints of the loading method selected by individual participating carriers.

3. A system vendor shall publicly disclose, unless this is otherwise made public, the existence and extent of a direct or indirect capital holding of an air carrier or rail-transport operator in a system vendor, or of a system vendor in an air carrier or rail-transport operator.

Article 4

Distribution facilities

1. A system vendor shall not reserve any specific loading and/or processing procedure, any other distribution facility, or any changes to these, for one or more participating carriers, including its parent carrier(s). The system vendor shall provide information about changes to its distribution systems and loading/processing procedures to all participating carriers.

2 A system vendor shall ensure that its distribution facilities are separated, at least by means of software and in a clear and verifiable manner, from any carrier’s private inventory and management and marketing facilities.

Article 5

Displays

1. A system vendor shall provide a principal display or displays for each individual transaction through its CRS and shall include therein the data provided by participating carriers in a neutral and comprehensive manner and without discrimination or bias. Criteria to be used for ranking shall not be based on any factor directly or indirectly relating to carrier identity and shall be applied on a non-discriminatory basis to all participating carriers. The principal display(s) shall not mislead the user, shall be easily accessible and shall respect the rules set out in Annex I.

2. In the case of information provided by a CRS to the consumer , a subscriber shall use a neutral display in accordance with paragraph 1 unless another display is required to meet a preference indicated by a consumer.

3. Flights operated by air carriers subject to an operating ban pursuant to Regulation (EC) No°2111/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 December 2005 on the establishment of a Community list of air carriers subject to an operating ban within the Community and on informing air transport passengers of the identity of the operating air carrier (8) must be clearly and specifically identified in the display.

4. The system vendor shall introduce a specific symbol in the CRS display which shall be identifiable by the users for the information on the identity of the operating air carrier provided for under Article 11 of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005.

5 . This Article shall not apply to a CRS used by an air carrier, or rail-transport operator, or a group of air carriers, or of rail-transport operators, in its or their own office or offices and sales counters or on their own websites clearly identified as such.

Article 6

Relations with subscribers

1. A system vendor shall not attach unfair and/or unjustified conditions to a contract with a subscriber, such as preventing a subscriber from subscribing to or using any other system or systems, requiring the acceptance of supplementary conditions which have no connection with subscription in its CRS, or imposing an obligation to accept an offer of technical equipment or software.

2. Where a subscriber is an autonomous enterprise that employs fewer than 50 persons and whose annual turnover and/or annual balance sheet total does not exceed EUR 10 million, it may terminate its contract with a system vendor by giving notice, which need not exceed three months, to expire not before the end of the first year. In such a case, a system vendor shall not be entitled to recover more than the costs directly related to the termination of the contract.

Article 7

Marketing Information Data Tapes (MIDT)

1. Any marketing, booking and sales data may be made available by system vendors provided that ▌such data are offered with equal timeliness and on a non-discriminatory basis to all participating carriers, including parent carriers. Data may and, on request, shall cover all participating carriers and/or subscribers.

2. Participating carriers shall not use such data in order to influence the choice of the subscriber.

3. When such data result from the use of the distribution facilities of a CRS by a subscriber established in the Community , they shall include no identification either directly nor indirectly of that subscriber unless the subscriber and the system vendor agree the conditions for the appropriate use of such data . This applies equally to the supply of such data by the system vendors to any other party for use by this party other than for billing settlement.

4. Any agreement(s) between subscriber(s) and system vendor(s) on the MIDT shall be made available to the public.

Article 8

Equivalent treatment in third countries

1. Without prejudice to international agreements to which the Community or the Member States are parties, where the treatment given to Community air carriers by a system vendor operating in a third country is not equivalent to the treatment given to the third country participating carriers with regard to any matter contained in this Regulation, the Commission may require all system vendors operating in the Community to treat air carriers of that third country in a manner that is equivalent to the treatment given to Community air carriers in that third country.

2. The Commission shall monitor the application of the discriminatory or non-equivalent treatment of Community air carriers by system vendors in third countries. At the request of a Member State or on its own initiative, the Commission shall investigate potential cases of discrimination against Community carriers in CRSs of third countries. Where such discrimination is found, before taking a decision, the Commission shall inform the Member States and interested parties and seek their comments, including by holding a meeting of relevant experts from the Member States.

Rules of conduct for transport providers

Article 9

Data provided by participating carriers

Participating carriers, and intermediaries handling the data, shall ensure that the data which they submit to a CRS are accurate and that they allow the system vendor to respect the provisions of Annex I.

Article 10

Specific rules for parent carriers

1. A parent carrier may not, subject to reciprocity as referred to in paragraph 2, discriminate against a competing CRS by refusing to provide the latter, on request and with equal timeliness, with the same data on schedules, fares and availability relating to its own transport products as those which it provides to its own CRS or to distribute its transport products through another CRS, or by refusing to accept or to confirm with equal timeliness a reservation made through a competing CRS for any of its transport products which are distributed through its own CRS. The parent carrier shall be obliged to accept and to confirm only those bookings which are in conformity with its fares and conditions.

2. On the other hand, a competing CRS may not refuse to store data concerning timetables, fares and available seats in respect of transport services offered by a parent carrier and shall load and process data with equal care and timeliness as that accorded to its other customers and subscribers on any of the markets, subject only to the constraints of the loading method selected by individual carriers.

3 . The parent carrier shall not be obliged to accept any costs in this connection except for reproduction of the data to be provided and for accepted bookings. The booking fee payable to a CRS for an accepted booking made in accordance with paragraph 1 of this Article shall be in line with the fee charged by the same CRS ▌to other participating carriers for ▌equivalent transactions .

4 . A parent carrier shall neither directly nor indirectly discriminate in favour of its own CRS by linking the use of any specific CRS by a subscriber with the receipt of any commission or other incentive or disincentive for the sale of its transport products.

5 . A parent carrier shall neither directly nor indirectly discriminate in favour of its own CRS by requiring the use of any specific CRS by a subscriber for sale or issue of tickets for any transport products provided either directly or indirectly by itself.

Protection of personal data

Article 11

1. Personal data collected in the course of the activities of a CRS ▌ for the purpose of making reservations or issuing tickets for transport products shall only be processed in a way compatible with these purposes . With regard to the processing of such data, a system vendor shall be considered as a data controller in accordance with Article 2(d) of Directive 95/46/EC.

2. Personal data shall only be processed insofar as processing is necessary for the performance of a contract to which the data subject is party or in order to take steps at the request of the data subject prior to entering into a contract.

3. Where special categories of data referred to under Article 8 of Directive 95/46/EC are involved, such data shall only be processed where the data subject has given his or her explicit consent to the processing of those data on an informed basis .

4. Information under the control of the system vendor concerning identifiable individual bookings shall be stored offline within seventy-two hours of the completion of the last element in the individual booking and destroyed within three years. Access to such data shall be allowed only for billing-dispute reasons.

5. Marketing, booking and sales data made available by a system vendor shall include no identification, either directly or indirectly, of natural persons or, where applicable, of the organisations or companies on whose behalf they are acting.

6. Upon request, a subscriber shall inform the consumer of the name and address of the system vendor, the purposes of the processing, the duration of the retention of personal data and the means available to the data subject of exercising his or her access rights.

7. A data subject shall be entitled to have access free of charge to data relating to him or her regardless of whether the data are stored by the system vendor or by the subscriber.

8. The rights recognised in this Article are complementary to and shall exist in addition to the data subject rights laid down by Directive 95/46/EC and by the national provisions adopted pursuant thereto and by the provisions of international agreements to which the Community is party .

9. The provisions of this Regulation particularise and complement Directive 95/46/EC for the purposes mentioned in Article 1. Save as otherwise provided the definitions in that Directive shall apply. Where the specific provisions with regard to the processing of personal data in the context of the activities of a CRS laid down in this Article do not apply, this Regulation shall be without prejudice to the provisions of that Directive, the national provisions adopted by the Member States pursuant thereto and the international agreements to which the Community is party .

10. Where a system vendor operates databases in different capacities such as a CRS or as a host for airlines, technical and organisational measures must be taken to prevent the circumvention of data protection rules through the interconnection between the databases, and to ensure that personal data are only accessible for the specific purpose for which they were collected.

Article 12

1. Every system vendor shall, every four years and, in addition, upon request from the Commission, submit an independently audited report detailing the ownership structure and governance model. Costs related to the audited report shall be borne by the system vendor.

2. The system vendor shall inform the Commission of the identity of the auditor before confirmation of the appointment. The Commission may object and, within two months and after consultation with the auditor, the system vendor and any other party claiming a legitimate interest, shall decide whether or not the auditor is to be replaced.

Infringements and penalties

Article 13

Infringements

Where the Commission, acting on a complaint or on its own initiative, finds that there is an infringement of this Regulation it may by decision require the undertakings or associations of undertakings concerned to bring such an infringement to an end. Investigations regarding possible infringements of this Regulation shall fully take into account the results of any inquiry under Articles 81 and 82 of the Treaty.

Article 14

Powers of investigation

In order to carry out the duties assigned to it by this Regulation the Commission may, by simple request or decision, require undertakings or associations of undertakings to provide all necessary information, including the provision of specific audits notably on issues covered by Articles 4, 7, 10 and 11 of this Regulation .

Article 15

Fines

1. The Commission may by decision impose on undertakings and associations of undertakings fines not exceeding 10 % of the total turnover in the preceding business year where, intentionally or negligently, they infringe this Regulation.

2. The Commission may by decision impose on undertakings and associations of undertakings fines not exceeding 1 % of the total turnover in the preceding business year where, intentionally or negligently, they supply incorrect or incomplete information or do not supply information within the required time limit in response to a request made by a decision adopted pursuant to Article 14 .

3. In fixing the amount of the fines regard shall be had both to the gravity and to the duration of the infringement.

4. Fines shall not be of a criminal nature.

5. The Court of Justice shall have unlimited jurisdiction to review decisions whereby the Commission has imposed a fine. It may cancel, reduce or increase the fine.

Article 16

Procedures

1. Before taking decisions pursuant to Articles 13 and 15 , the Commission shall issue to the undertakings or associations of undertakings concerned a statement of objections and give them an opportunity to submit their views in writing and, if they so request, at an oral hearing.

2. The Commission shall not disclose information of the kind covered by the obligation of professional secrecy which it has obtained pursuant to this Regulation.

Any person who submits information to the Commission under this Regulation shall clearly identify any material which it considers to be confidential, giving reasons, and provide a separate non-confidential version by the date set by the Commission.

3. Where the Commission considers that on the basis of the information in its possession there are insufficient grounds for acting on a complaint, it shall inform the complainants of its reasons and set a time limit within which the complainant may make known its views in writing.

If the complainant makes known its views within the time limit set by the Commission and the written submissions made by the complainant do not lead to a different assessment of the complaint, the Commission shall reject the complaint by decision. If the complainant fails to make known its views within the time limit set by the Commission, the complaint shall be deemed to have been withdrawn.

Where the Commission issues a statement of objections, it shall provide the complainant with a copy of the non-confidential version and set a time limit within which the complainant may make known its views in writing.

4. If so requested, the Commission shall grant access to the file to the parties to whom it has addressed a statement of objections and to the complainant. Access shall be granted after the notification of the statement of objection. The right of access to the file shall not extend to business secrets, other confidential information and internal documents of the Commission.

5. If the Commission considers it necessary it may hear other natural or legal persons.

Final provisions

Article 17

Repeal

1. Regulation (EEC) No 2299/89 is repealed.

2. References to the repealed Regulation shall be construed as references to this Regulation and shall be read in accordance with the correlation table in Annex II.

Article 18

Review

1. The Commission shall on a regular basis monitor the application of this Regulation, if necessary with the assistance of specific audits as provided for in Article 14. It shall in particular examine the effectiveness of this Regulation in ensuring non-discrimination and fair competition in the market for CRS services.

2. The Commission shall, when appropriate, report to the Parliament and to the Council on the application of Article 8 with regards to equivalent treatment in third countries and shall propose any appropriate measure in order to alleviate discriminatory conditions, including the conclusion or modification of bilateral air transport agreements between the Community and third countries.

3 . By … (9) , the Commission shall draw up a report on the application of this Regulation which shall assess the need to maintain, amend or abolish this Regulation.

Article 19

Entry into force

This Regulation shall enter into force on the [date of the forthcoming aeronautical season (10) *] .

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at ║,

For the European Parliament For the Council

The President The President

(1) Opinion delivered on 29 May 2008.
(2) OJ C …
(3) Position of the European Parliament of 4 September 2008.
(4) OJ L 220, 29.7.1989, p. 1. ║
(5) OJ L …
(6) + OJ: please insert number.
(7) OJ L 281, 23.11.1995, p. 31
(8) OJ L 344, 27.12.2005, p. 15.
(9) * Four years after the entry into force of this Regulation .
(10) ** Depending on the date of publication, the Regulation will enter into force either on 26 October 2008 or on 29 March 2009.

Annex I:

ANNEX I

Rules applicable to principal displays

1. Where prices are shown in the principal display, and/or where a ranking based on prices is chosen, prices shall be inclusive of the fares and of all applicable ▌taxes, charges, surcharges and fees to be paid to the air carrier or rail-transport operator, and which are unavoidable and foreseeable at the time when shown on the display .

2. No discrimination on the basis of airports or rail stations serving the same city shall be exercised in constructing and selecting transport products for a given city-pair for inclusion in a principal display.

3. Flights other than scheduled air services must be clearly identified. A consumer shall be entitled to have, on request, a principal display limited to scheduled or non-scheduled services only.

4. Flights involving stops en route must be clearly identified.

5. Where flights are operated by an air carrier which is not the air carrier identified by the carrier designator code, the actual operator of the flight must be clearly identified. That requirement will apply in all cases, except for short-term ad hoc arrangements.

6. Information on bundled products ▌ shall not be featured in the principal display.

7. At the choice of the subscriber, travel options in the principal display shall be ranked either by fares or in the following order:
i) non-stop travel options ranked by departure time;
ii) all other travel options ranked by elapsed journey time.

8. Except as provided in paragraph 10, no travel option may be featured more than once in any principal display.

9. Where travel options are ranked in accordance with paragraph 7(i) and (ii), and where train services for the same city-pair are offered on the CRS, at least the best ranked train service or air-rail service shall be featured on the first screen of the principle display.

10. Where air carriers operate under code-share arrangements each of the air carriers concerned – not more than two – shall be allowed to have a separate display using its individual carrier-designator code. Where more than two air carriers are involved, the designation of the two carriers shall be a matter for the carrier actually operating the flight.

Annex II. Annex II is a correlation table that doesn’t copy well, click link to view.

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