§5.1-98. Factors to be considered by the Commission in granting certificates


Published: 2015

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§ 5.1-98. Factors to be considered by the Commission in granting certificates.

In granting certificates of public convenience and necessity pursuant to § 5.1-94, the Commission shall take into consideration, among other things, the business experience of the particular passenger air carrier in the field of air operations, the financial stability of the carrier, the insurance coverage of the carrier, the type of aircraft which the carrier would employ, proposed routes and minimum schedules to be established, whether the carrier could economically give adequate service to the communities involved, the need for the service, and any other factors which may affect the public interest.
Code 1950, § 56-152; 1970, c. 708.