Minister of Foreign Affairs
of 21 June 1999. June 1962
air transport agreement between the Czechoslovak Socialist
Republic and the Republic of Austria
On 1 May 2004. March 1962 in Prague signed the agreement on air transport between the
The Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Republic of Austria.
The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic approved on 11 July.
May 1962. Approval of the agreement by the competent authorities of the Republic of Austria
from the verbale was transmitted on 22 November. May 1962 and its approval by the Government
Notes of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic on 7 December. June 1962.
According to article 20 of the Agreement entered into force on 7 February 2004. June 1962.
The Czech version of the agreement shall be published at the same time.
David v. r.
relating to air transport between the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the
The Republic of Austria
The Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic and the Austrian Federal Government
Republic, desiring to conclude an agreement for the development of mutual
air transport and the establishment of air services between the territories of both States and
through this territory have agreed as follows:
The definition of the
1. for the implementation of this agreement and its annexes:
and) the term "aviation authorities" means: as regards the Czechoslovak party
-the Ministry of transport and communications-the air Department "as regards Austrian
side of the "Federal Ministry of transport and the economy in electricity as a
the highest civil aviation authority ", or, in both cases, any
other authority empowered to carry out the tasks currently belonging to the
the scope of competence of these offices.
(b)), the expression "specified by air" means the air an undertaking designated by one of the
of the parties, by written notice to the other Contracting Parties in accordance with article
3 this agreement as an aerospace firm that will operate the international
air services on the routes specified in the annex to this agreement.
(c)) the terms "territory", "air service", "international air service", and
"non-commercial" for the implementation of this agreement have the meaning specified by them
articles 2 and 96 of the Convention on international civil aviation.
Air traffic rights
1. Each Party shall provide the other Contracting Party the rights referred to in
This agreement with a view to the establishment of a regular international air
services on the lines laid down in the annex to this agreement. Furthermore, they will be
the air service and aircraft tracks called "the agreed services" and "provided for
the track ". Aviation businesses specified by each Contracting Party shall enjoy in the
the operation of the agreed services on the specified route these rights:
and) fly without landing across the territory of the other Contracting Party;
(b)) to land in that territory for non-commercial purposes;
(c) the land with all means) rights for the purpose of unloading or
the treatment of persons, goods and mail in international traffic of trade on
that territory to locations defined for this track in the annex to this
2. the provisions of paragraph 1, a) and (b)) must be interpreted as meaning that it
do not limit the rights and obligations arising from the agreement on transit
international air transport services only on the agreed services
referred to in the annex to this agreement.
The granting of authorisations
1. each Contracting Party shall have the right to designate in writing to the other party
the aerospace company to operate the agreed services on the specified routes.
2. When it receives a second party of this determination, it shall issue without delay with the
subject to the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4 of this article to the designated air
undertaking the appropriate permission.
3. each Contracting Party shall have the right, by written notice to the other Contracting
Parties to cancel the designation of an air company and specify a different air.
4. The aviation authorities of one Contracting Party may require that an air
an undertaking designated by the other party has demonstrated that it is capable of fulfilling the
under the requirements of laws and regulations that these aviation authorities will be
apply in the usual manner in accordance with the provisions of this agreement for
the operation of international air services.
5. each Contracting Party shall have the right to refuse to issue the permission referred to in
paragraph 2 of this article or order the air company for the exercise of the rights
identified in article 2, such conditions as it considers necessary,
If it has been demonstrated that substantial ownership and effective control of
This air company belongs to the party that has designated the air
undertaking, or its members.
6. Air specified and approved may at any time initiate operation
the agreed services, provided that the rates laid down for the following services
in accordance with the provisions of article 11 of this agreement came into force.
The adjustment of the capacity of
Transport capacity offered by each designated airline company for
the pursuit of agreed air services will be adapted to the transport
demand and will be fixed in respect of the common parts by direct agreement
between designated airlines; This agreement will be subject to the approval of the
the aeronautical authorities of both Contracting Parties.
Flight schedules will be reported to the designated undertaking each of the air
of the Contracting Parties for approval by the aviation authority of the other Contracting Party,
no later than 30 days prior to their introduction.
Appeal permission and prohibition on the exercise of the rights
1. each Contracting Party has the right to revoke the permission granted to the air
the company designated by the other party or to disable air
an undertaking to exercise the rights referred to in article 2 of this agreement, or impose
the conditions that it considers necessary for the exercise of these rights:
and if not her) demonstrated that substantial ownership and effective
the management of this air company belongs to the party that has designated
the aerospace firm, or its members,
(b)) if the air does not comply with the laws and regulations of a Contracting
the party that this law provides,
c) if air will not otherwise comply with the terms
service under this agreement.
2. If you will not need the immediate revocation of permission instantaneous
the ban on the exercise of rights or the immediate cancellation or imposition of the conditions referred to
in paragraph 1 of this article in order to prevent further violations of the
laws or regulations, this law will be applied only after negotiations with the
the other Contracting Party.
Customs duties and other charges
1. Aircraft used by the designated airlines of both Contracting Parties enterprises
for international air services, as well as their usual equipment,
spare parts, supplies, fuel and lubricating oils and supplies
Board (including food, beverages and tobacco) are entering the territory of
the other Contracting Party shall be exempt from all customs duties, inspection fees and
other benefits, provided that the equipment and supplies remain on board
the aircraft until the removal of the.
2. Treatment no less favourable than in the case of State rejected the highest
benefits will be provided in the case of customs duties and other duties and charges when it comes
on the following subjects:
and) stocks taken on board in the territory of one Contracting Party, within the limits of
laid down by the authorities of that Contracting Party and intended for use on board
the aircraft of the other Contracting Parties to a given track;
(b)) to the normal spare parts and equipment imported into the territory of a Contracting
the parties for the purpose of maintenance or repair of aircraft used on a specified
the track designated by airline companies of the other party;
c) fuels and lubricating oils, intended as a store for aircraft
used by the undertaking to the designated airline of the other party for
international air services, even when these stores will be consumed for
flight over the territory of the Contracting Party in whose territory they were taken on
deck. You can require that the objects referred to in paragraphs), b), c)
remain under customs supervision.
3. Fuel, lubricating oils, spare parts, the usual amenities
aircraft and in-flight supplies intended for the use of the agreed services may
be stored at airports, on which flies a specified air.
4. Common facilities, as well as objects and supplies, which remain on the
Board of one Contracting Party may be in the territory of the other Contracting
the party landed only with the consent of its offices. In such a
If you can put surveillance provided for in the customs legislation of these offices to
the time when will once again be exported or will be otherwise loaded with them.
Airport and similar charges
Each Contracting Party may impose or authorize the imposition of reasonable
charges for the use of airports and other facilities, provided that these
fees will not be higher than the fees paid by an air company
running a similar international air services.
Exemption from taxes
Air companies of one party will be exempt on the territory of the other
the Contracting Parties and in accordance with national law, from income tax,
of the proceeds, property and taxes levied by summary paid wages, as well as
from similar taxes, which will be in the future on the territory of that Contracting
the parties put in place; However, this exemption will apply only to activities
directly related to the operation of air transport and transport
to the airport.
Direct transit traffic
Passengers flying all around the territory of one Contracting Party, subject to
only very simplified customs control. Luggage and goods are in direct
transit transport shall be exempt from customs duties and other similar benefits.
1. the rate that will be air companies of one party to charge for
transportation on the territory of the other Contracting Party, or from its territory, must be
laid down in the appropriate amount, and taking into account all relevant
factors, including operating costs, reasonable profit and other
Aviation businesses on the same lines.
2. the rate referred to in paragraph 1 of this article shall be agreed upon, if it
It will be possible, the participating airlines designated by the two contracting companies
the parties, after consultation with other air companies that operate on this
track or part thereof; This agreement will be performed if it will
possible, in the manner prescribed for the determination of rates, an International Association
3. Following the agreed rate shall be submitted no later than 30 days before the
the proposed date of their introduction of aviation authorities for approval
the Contracting Parties; in special cases, this period may be considered
the consent of the said authorities.
4. subject to the provisions of paragraph 3 of this article may not be that
has not been approved by the aviation authority of either Contracting Party, to enter in the
5. the rate determined in accordance with the provisions of this article shall remain in force,
until they are established according to the provisions of this article of the new rates.
6. If the designated airline companies cannot agree on one of the
These rates, or if it is not for any other reason the rate determined according to the
the provisions of paragraph 2 of this article, or if the aeronautical authority of one
the Contracting Parties shall communicate to the aviation authority of the other party, during the first
15 days of the 30-day period referred to in paragraph 3 of this article, your
disagreement with any rate agreed in accordance with the provisions of paragraph 2
This article attempts to the aviation authorities of the Contracting Parties to determine the rate
by mutual agreement.
7. If the aviation authorities cannot agree on the determination of the rates referred to in
in paragraph 6, the dispute shall be resolved in accordance with the provisions of article 17 of this agreement.
Representation of air companies
Specified by the air of one Contracting Party shall be entitled to maintain the
the territory of the other Contracting Party, the technical and commercial personnel needed for
operation of its air services, as well as establish and operate in the main
the city's own Office in the framework of the laws and regulations of the other Contracting
The aviation authorities of each Party shall provide to the aviation authorities of the other
the Contracting Parties shall, on request, all the statistical evidence is
reasonably require for the purpose of verifying the capacity offered by the designated
air company of the first party on the lines laid down in the annex
to this agreement. These documents will contain all the data needed for
determination of the extent of the transport, as well as the default location and space transport
of determining, in relation to the places in the agreed list of tracks.
The aviation authorities of the Contracting Parties will, in the spirit of close cooperation from time to
time to consult in order to ensure the proper implementation of the provisions of this
The agreement and its annexes. Such consultations shall be commenced within 60 days after the
the date on which it was requested.
1. If either Contracting Party considers that it is necessary to change the
some of the provisions of this agreement, it may request consultation with the other
Contracting Party; such a consultation, you can perform the aviation authorities
orally or in writing, will be launched within 60 days after the date on which it was
applied for. The following agreed amendments shall enter into force as soon as
confirmed by Exchange of diplomatic notes.
2. amendments to the annexes to this Agreement shall be carried out by direct agreement between the
relevant aeronautical authorities of the Contracting Parties. These changes require the
confirmation of exchange of diplomatic notes.
The ratio to the multilateral conventions
Will be concluded multilateral Convention in order to bind both parties,
This agreement and its annex to be amended in accordance with the
the provisions of that Convention.
Resolution of conflicts
There is a contradiction between the Contracting Parties regarding the implementation or
interpretation of this agreement and its annexes, it tries to Contracting Parties
resolved by negotiation between the aeronautical authorities; If these negotiations
successful, it will be a contradiction is resolved through diplomatic channels.
Notice Of Termination Of The Agreement
Each Contracting Party may at any time notify the other party
of its intention to terminate this agreement; This notification will be communicated at the same time
The International Civil Aviation Organization. In this case, the end
agreement w months after the date when the other party notice of termination
If it is not received before the expiry of the agreement on mutual
withdrawn. In the event that the other party has not acknowledged the
notice will be deemed to have that testimony came 14 days after its adoption
The International Civil Aviation Organization.
This agreement and any amendment shall be notified to the International registration
Civil Aviation Organization.
Entry into force of
This agreement shall enter into force upon an exchange of notes on its approval by the
national legislation of both Contracting Parties.
In witness whereof the agents, who were duly authorized
their respective Governments, have signed this agreement and seals.
Done in Prague on 1 May 2004. March 1962 in duplicate in the Czech, and
German, both texts being equally authentic.
For the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic:
Dr. f. Vlasak in r.
For the Federal Government of the Republic of Austria:
Dr. h. Calice in r.
An undertaking designated by the Federal Government of the Republic is hereby authorised to
to operate air services in both directions on these established lines:
1. places in Austria-Prague.
2. places in Austria-Prague and beyond.
An undertaking designated by the Government of the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic is hereby authorised to
to operate air services in both directions on these established lines:
1. Place in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic-Vienna.
2. Place in the Czechoslovak Socialist Republic-Vienna and beyond.
Space further be determined later by agreement of the aviation authorities of the two
of the Contracting Parties.