The Euro-Mediterranean Aviation Agreement Between The European Union And Its Member States, Of The One Part, And The Hashemite Kingdom Of Jordan, Of The Other Part

Original Language Title: Par Eiropas un Vidusjūras reģiona valstu aviācijas nolīgumu starp Eiropas Savienību un tās dalībvalstīm, no vienas puses, un Jordānijas Hāšimītu Karalisti, no otras puses

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: the Euro-Mediterranean aviation agreement between the European Union and its Member States, of the one part, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, of the other part 1, article. Euro-Mediterranean aviation agreement between the European Union and its Member States, of the one part, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, of the other part (hereinafter referred to as the agreement) with this law is adopted and approved.
2. article. Fulfilment of the obligations provided for in the agreement are coordinated by the Ministry of transportation.
3. article. The agreement shall enter into force on the 29th for the period specified in article and in order, and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall notify the newspaper "journal".
4. article. The law shall enter into force on the day following its promulgation. To put the agreement by law Latvian language.
The Parliament adopted the law of 14 July 2011.
The President a. Smith in Riga on 28 July 2011 in the Euro-Mediterranean aviation agreement between the European Union and its Member States, of the one part, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, of the other part, the Kingdom of Belgium, Republic of Bulgaria, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Republic of Estonia, Ireland, the Hellenic Republic, the Kingdom of Spain, the French Republic, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Cyprus, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg , the Republic of Hungary, Malta, the Netherlands, the Republic of Austria, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, Romania, the Republic of Slovenia, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Finland, the Kingdom of Sweden, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, of the Treaty on European Union and the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, hereinafter referred to as "the Contracting Parties", the Member States and the European Union, of the one part, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, hereinafter referred to as "Jordan", of the other part, desiring to facilitate the international aviation system based on fair competition between air carriers on the market with minimal government intervention and regulation;
Desiring to facilitate the international expansion of air transport, including the development of air traffic networks to meet passenger and freight shipping needs for convenient air transport services;
Recognizing the importance of air transport trade, tourism and investment promotion;
Desiring to enable air carriers to offer travellers and shippers and recipients of competitive prices and services in open markets;
Recognizing the potential benefits of regulatory convergence, and, to the extent necessary, in practice with the provisions of the air transport related harmonisation;
Wishing all the air transport industry, including employees of air carriers benefit from a liberalised environment;
Desiring to achieve the highest level of safety and security in international air transport and reaffirming their grave concern about the action or threats against the safety and threatening the safety of persons or property, adversely affect the operation of air transport and undermine public confidence in the safety of civil aviation;
Having regard to the Convention on international civil aviation, opened for signature at Chicago on 7 December 1944;
Recognizing that this Euro-Mediterranean aviation agreement is in accordance with the areas covered by the Euro-Mediterranean partnership, scheduled for 28 November 1995 the Barcelona Declaration;
Selecting the parties ' common will to contribute to the Euro-Mediterranean aviation space, based on the principles of regulatory convergence, cooperation in the field of regulatory and market access liberalization;
Having regard to the Joint Declaration, which in 2008 in Sharm el Sheikh on November 16 signed the Arab civil aviation Commission and the Arab air carriers organization, on the one hand, and the Directorate-General for energy and transport, on the other hand;
Desiring to ensure air carriers equivalent conditions of competition, giving them fair and equal opportunities to provide the agreed services;
Recognizing how important it is to regulate the allocation of slots, based on the aircraft carrier fair and equal opportunities to guarantee neutral and non-discriminatory treatment for all air carriers;
Recognizing that subsidies may adversely affect competition between air carriers and compromise the objectives of this agreement;
Demonstrating the greenhouse gas emission reduction and the importance of environmental protection in international aviation policy development and implementation;
Noting the importance of consumer protection, including the protection provided by 28 May 1999 in Montreal signed Convention on international air transport regulations, in so far as the unification of the two Contracting Parties are parties to this Convention;
Wishing to rely on the existing air transport agreement to open access to markets and maximize consumers, carriers, workers, and public benefits in both Contracting Parties;
Noting that the purpose of this agreement is subject to a progressive, but in an integrated way, and that a suitable mechanism can ensure ever closer compliance with the law, have agreed on the following.
Article 1 definitions for the purposes of this agreement, unless otherwise specified, the term: (1)) "the agreed services" and "specific routes" are the international air transportation pursuant to article 2 of this agreement (the "traffic rights") and annex I;
2) "agreement" means this agreement, its annexes, and any amendments to it;
3) "air transport" means passengers, baggage, freight and mail transport by aircraft, either separately or in combination, which are offered to the public for remuneration or hire and which, for the avoidance of doubt, includes regular and non-regular (Charter) air transport and a full spectrum of services of cargo;
4) "Association Agreement" is the Euro-Mediterranean agreement establishing an association between the European communities and their Member States, of the one part, and the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, of the other part, signed in Brussels on 24 November 1997;
5) "nationality" means whether the air carrier complies with the requirements for such aspects as ownership, the actual control and principal place of business;
6) "competent authorities" means the Government agencies or legal persons responsible for carrying out administrative functions in accordance with this agreement;

7) "Contracting Parties" shall mean, on the one hand, the European Union or its Member States or the European Union and its Member States, in accordance with their respective powers, and, on the other hand, Jordan;
8) "Convention" means the Convention on international civil aviation, opened for signature at Chicago on 7 December 1944, and includes: (a)) any amendment which enters into force in accordance with article 94 (a) of the Convention) and which is ratified by both Jordan and a Member State of the European Union or the Member States, and (b)) any annex or any amendment thereto adopted under article 90 of the Convention, insofar as such annex or amendment is at any time in force both in Jordan and a Member State of the European Union or the Member States, as it applies in relation to a particular issue;
9) "preparedness" means whether the air carrier has prepared international air carriage, namely whether it is a satisfactory financial options and appropriate management experience and that it is ready to execute the laws, rules and requirements governing such services;
10) "ECAA State" means all the countries participating in the multilateral agreement on a European common aviation area (Member States of the European Union, Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, the Republic of Croatia, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, the Republic of Iceland, the Republic of Montenegro, the Kingdom of Norway, the Republic of Serbia and Kosovo in accordance with United Nations Security Council resolution No 1244);
11) "Mediterranean countries" means any of the Mediterranean countries involved in the European neighbourhood policy (these countries are Morocco, Algeria, Tunisia, Libya, Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan, Israel, Palestinian territories, Syria, and Turkey);
12) "fifth-freedom rights ' means the rights or privileges that one country (" country of granting ") grants the other State (" the receiving State ") air carriers international air carriage between the territory of the granting State and the territory of a third country, provided that such transport starts or ends in the territory of the requested State;
13) "international air transportation" means air transportation that passes through the air space over the territory of several countries;
14) "national" means any natural or legal person who has Jordanian nationality for Jordanian party or any Member State of the European side, in so far as, in the case of a legal person, permanent and effective, directly or by majority participation in the control of natural or legal persons with Jordanian nationality in relation to the Jordanian side or natural or legal persons of a Member State or a third country laid down in annex IV in respect of the European nationality;
15) ' operating licence ' and its Member States of the European Union's action in the case of licenses and other relevant documents or certificates, issued in accordance with European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1008/2008 of 24 September 2008 on common rules for the provision of air services in the community and relevant for the right of acquiring the right tools, and in the case of Jordan, according to Jordanian law issued licenses, certificates permit or exemption, according to JCAR On 119;
16) "price" is:-"air fares" to be paid to air carriers or their agents or other ticket sellers for the carriage of passengers and baggage by air, and all the conditions under which those prices apply, including remuneration and conditions offered to Agency and other auxiliary services representative as well-"air fares" to pay for the goods and the conditions under which those prices apply , including remuneration and conditions offered to Agency and other auxiliary services representative.
This definition also includes appropriate surface transport services in connection with international air transportation and the conditions attached to their application;
17) "principal place of business" means the Head Office of the air carrier or the registered office where the air carrier's main financial and operational control, including continued airworthiness monitoring;
18) ' public service obligation ' means any obligation imposed by air carriers, to a specific route, ensure regular air minimum amount corresponding to a certain continuity, regularity, pricing and minimum power standards air carriers did not comply with the, if you take into account only their own commercial interests. The Contracting Party concerned, the latter may provide compensation for public service obligations;
19) "SESAR" means the single European sky, the technical implementation that provides a coherent and synchronized the new generation air traffic control system for the research, development and deployment;
20) "subsidies" means any financial contribution granted by the public authorities or any regional or other public body, that is, if a) Government or regional body or other public organisation's practice includes direct funding such as grants, loans or equity investment, direct funding allocation to company, company obligation, such as loan guarantees, capital injections, ownership, bankruptcy protection or insurance;
(b)) Government or regional body or other public organisation shall waive revenue which is normally due, or not collected;
(c)) Government or regional body or other public organisation provides goods or services that do not relate to the General infrastructure, or purchases goods and services, or (d)) Government or regional body or other public organisation makes payments to a funding mechanism or entrusts a private body or designate private organizations to perform one or more of (a), (b) and (c)))) referred to the functions that would normally be within the competence of the Government, and in practice are not significantly different from the functions What Governments usually do;
and if this provides advantages;

21) "territory" means, in respect of the Jordanian land areas (Mainland and Islands), internal waters and territorial sea under its sovereignty or jurisdiction, and in relation to the European Union, the land areas (Mainland and Islands), internal waters and territorial sea, which is applied to the Treaty on European Union and Treaty on the functioning of the European Union under this agreement and any document of acquiring the legal conditions. The application of this agreement to Gibraltar airport is understood to be without prejudice to the Kingdom of Spain and the United Kingdom to the respective legal positions of the parties to the dispute on how sovereignty is the territory in which the airport is located, and the permanent exclusion of Gibraltar Airport Aviation EU measures in force in the 2006 September 18 between Member States under the ministerial statement on Gibraltar airport, agreed in 2006 on September 18, Córdoba; and 22) "user charge" means a charge imposed by air carriers on the airport, airport environmental, air navigation, or aviation security facilities or services including related services and facilities, and where appropriate, reflect the noise emissions-related environmental costs.
I SAdaļaEKONOMISK rules article 2 traffic rights 1. each contracting party grants to the other Contracting Party in accordance with annexes I and II to this agreement, such rights of international air services by the other Contracting Party's air carriers: a) the right to fly across its territory without landing;
(b)) right down to its territory other than for the carriage of passengers, baggage, cargo and/or mail in air transport or admission/discharge of it getting out (for purposes that are unrelated to traffic);
(c) the agreed services) a particular route, the right to land in its territory, passenger, baggage, cargo and/or mail in air transport or admission to the mooring/unloading its international traffic, either separately or together; and (d)) of this agreement other rights.
2. None of the provisions of this agreement does not grant: a) the Jordan air carriers, the right of any Member State to pick up the passengers, baggage, cargo and/or mail that is destined for another point in the territory of the Member State concerned to carry them for remuneration;
(b)) the European Union air carriers: rights in the territory of Jordan to pick up the passengers, baggage, cargo and/or mail, which the destination is another point in the territory of Jordan to carry them for remuneration.
3. Article 1 of the granting of authorisation From one Contracting Party to receive an air carrier operating licence applications, the competent authorities of the other party shall grant appropriate permissions to the smallest possible procedural delays if a) for air carriers in Jordan:-the carrier's principal place of business is located in Jordan, and it received its operating licence in accordance with the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan on the applicable law;
-air carrier effective regulatory control is exercised and maintained by the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan, and Jordan-air carriers and/or the property of its nationals, shall, directly or with the rights of the majority, and the actual control;
(b)) in respect of the air carriers of the European Union:-the principal place of business located in the territory of a Member State, which is applied to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, and it received its operating licence and air carrier effective-regulatory control is exercised and maintained by the Member State responsible for its issuing its air operators certificate and is precisely the aeronautical authority in question;
-air carrier and/or the Member States nationals of the Member States referred to in annex IV, or in other countries and/or the property of other country nationals, directly or by majority participation;
(c)) the air carrier complies with the conditions laid down in the laws and regulations normally applied to the operation of international air transport, the competent authority responsible, and d) are complied with and implemented the provisions laid down in article 13 of this agreement (the "aviation safety") and article 14 ("aviation security").
Article 4 Permit refusal, revocation, suspension or limitation of 1. Any competent authority of the Contracting Party may refuse, revoke, suspend or limit the operating authorisations or otherwise suspend or limit the use of the other Contracting Party, the carrier's action in cases where: (a)) in relation to the air carriers in Jordan:-the carrier's principal place of business is not in Jordan, and it has not received its operating licence in accordance with the applicable legislation in Jordan;
-air carrier effective regulatory control is not exercised or not maintained Jordan;
or the air carrier is not Jordan and/or the property of its nationals, directly or by majority participation, and effective control;
(b)) in respect of the air carriers of the European Union:-the carrier's principal place of business and registered office, if any, is not in the territory of a Member State, which is applied to the Treaty on the functioning of the European Union, and it has not received its operating licence in accordance with European Union legislation;
-air carrier effective regulatory control is not exercised or not maintained by the Member State responsible for its air operator's certificate, or the issue is not explicitly specified in the relevant competent aeronautical authority; or – the air carrier is not the Member States and/or nationals of Member States referred to in annex IV, or in other countries and/or this country or the actual controls, directly or by majority participation;
c) the air carrier is not done in article 6 of this agreement ("compliance with the requirements of the laws") for the requirements of the law, or (d)) are not complied with or implemented the provisions laid down in article 13 of this agreement (the "aviation safety") and article 14 ("aviation security").

2. unless immediate action is essential to prevent non-compliance with paragraph 1 of this article, (c) or (d))), the rights laid down in this article, refuse, revoke, suspend or limit any of the Contracting Parties permits, the air carrier is exercised only in accordance with article 23 of this agreement ("protective") procedure. In any case, this right is to use adequate, proportionate and limited in scope and time, which is not necessarily needed. They are geared only to the air carrier or air carriers and does not prejudice any of the Contracting Parties the right to take measures in accordance with article 22 ("dispute resolution and settlement").
3. No party shall use the rights laid down in this article is to refuse, revoke, suspend or limit the authorisation of the Contracting Party of any air carrier, based on the fact that the air carrier is the other State or its nationals, Euromed and the actual controls on the basis of majority ownership, if this country participate in the Euromed similar Euro-Mediterranean aviation agreement and applies the principle of reciprocity.
Article 4 (a) of the findings of the laws relating to the mutual recognition of the training and the nationality of the airline 1. From one Contracting Party to the air carrier when they receive an application for authorisation, the other Contracting Party, the competent authorities shall recognise all fitness and/or findings that the nationality of the air carrier, the first by the competent authority of the Contracting Party, as if these findings would be prepared by the second half of the same competent authorities, and without this additional investigation of issues except in the following cases listed in point 2.
2. If, after the receipt of the application for authorisation from the air carrier or by the following authorisation of the requested Contracting Party, the competent authorities on the basis of a reasoned doubt, is a particular cause for concern that, in spite of the other Contracting Party, the competent authorities of the findings, not fulfilled Article 3 of this agreement (the "authorisation") sets out the conditions for granting the authorisation, the requested party's competent authorities shall immediately inform the other Contracting Party, the competent authorities , duly stating their reasons for doubt. In this case, any Contracting Party may request consultations, including those from both parties, the representatives of the competent authorities, and/or additional information related to this issue, and to respond to such requests as soon as possible. If the issue does not resolve, any Contracting Party may submit the matter to the Joint Committee established under article 21 of this agreement ("Joint Committee").
3. This article shall not apply to the recognition of findings in relation to:-safety certificates or licences-security measures or-insurance coverage.
5. Article 1 of the Jordan Investment may take measures to allow that the Jordan air carriers of Member States or their nationals with majority ownership of the property and/or the actual control.
2. After the Joint Committee in accordance with article 21 ("Joint Committee") paragraph 10 is verified that there are conditions according to the principle of reciprocity, Contracting Parties, in order to permit air carriers in Jordan would be the property of the Member States or their nationals with majority ownership and/or actual control and, accordingly, the European Union air carriers would be Jordan or its national property and/or the actual control.
3. for the purposes of this article, specific investment projects authorized in accordance with previous decisions, which shall be adopted by the agreement of the Joint Committee. These decisions may specify the conditions relating to harmonised services under this agreement and to the services between third countries and the Contracting Parties. This type of decisions article 21 of this agreement ("Joint Committee") paragraph 9 shall not apply.
Article 6 compliance with regulatory requirements. Sof 1 or in the territory of one of the Contracting Parties, or of the other Contracting Parties in respect of the air carriers that territory applicable laws and regulations of the international air transport aircraft involved in the reception of its departure from the territory, or air operations and navigation.
2. Into or stays in the territory of one of the Contracting Parties, or of, in respect of the other Contracting Party, passengers, air carrier crew or cargo area that comply with applicable laws and regulations for air passengers, the crew or its cargo or departure from its territory (including provisions for entry, formalities, immigration, passports, customs and quarantine or, in the case of mail, postal regulations).
7. Article 1 of the competitive environment. the parties confirm that this agreement apply to the Association of chapter II of title IV of the agreement of principles.
2. The Contracting Parties recognize that the one common goal — both air carriers parties to guarantee fair and equal opportunities coordinated operation of the services. To achieve this, it is necessary to ensure fair competition environment air transport. The Contracting Parties recognize that fair competition of air carriers, most likely, is possible, if the air carrier providing air services in full accordance with the principles of business and does not receive subsidies.
3. If either Contracting Party considers that the legitimate objective it is important to assign a public subsidy to an air carrier that operates in accordance with this agreement, it shall ensure that such subsidies would be proportional to the objective in question, to be transparent and organized so that to reduce the negative impact on the other party's air carriers. A Contracting Party which intends to grant any such subsidy, informed of its intention to the other Contracting Party and shall ensure that it meets the criteria laid down in this agreement.

4. If either Contracting Party considers that the other Contracting Party, specifying the circumstances, especially the subsidies, which do not meet the criteria laid down in paragraph 3 and which could negatively affect its air carriers the ability to compete fairly and equally, it may submit its observations to the other Contracting Party. In addition, pursuant to article 21 of this agreement ("Joint Committee") it may require convening joint meetings of the Committee. Consultations shall begin within 30 days after receipt of the request. If the Joint Committee is unable to settle the dispute, the parties can still apply their respective anti-subsidy measures.
5. in paragraph 4 of this article these steps are appropriate, proportionate and limited to the amount and time which is strictly necessary. They are geared only to the air carrier or air carriers benefiting from subsidies referred to in this article or conditions, and without prejudice to the right of one of the Contracting Parties to take measures in accordance with article 23 of this agreement ("safeguard measures").
6. Each Contracting Party shall, upon notice to the other Contracting Party, may apply to the competent governmental authorities in the territory of the other Contracting Party, including the national, regional or local authorities to discuss this article.
7. the provisions of this article shall apply without prejudice to the Contracting Parties ' laws and regulations concerning public service obligations in the territory of the Contracting Parties.
Article 8 of the commercial opportunities for the air carrier representatives 1. Each Contracting Party's air carriers have the right to establish offices in the territory of the other Contracting Party, to advertise and sell air services and related activities.
2. each Contracting Party shall be entitled to the air carrier in accordance with the other Contracting Party's laws on the entry, stay and work to source and maintain in the territory of the other contracting party management, sales, technical, operational, and other specialist staff required to support the provision of air services.
3. (a) the aerodrome services) without prejudice to points (b)), each air carrier shall, in relation with the aerodrome services in the territory of the other Contracting Party are: (i)) to provide their own groundhandling services ("self-handling"); or optionally ii) the right to choose between competing suppliers that provide groundhandling services, in whole or in part, if such suppliers are permitted market access on the basis of each Contracting Party's laws and regulations, and where such suppliers are represented in the market.
(b)) for the following categories of groundhandling services i.e. baggage handling, ramp handling, fuel and oil handling, freight and mail service for cargo and mail physical movement between the Terminal and the aircraft, to (a) (i))) and (ii)) the rights apply only to physical or operational limitations in accordance with in the territory of the other Contracting Party the applicable laws and regulations. In cases where such restrictions prohibit self-handling and when there is no real competition between suppliers that provide groundhandling services, all these services on an equal and non-discriminatory basis should be available to all air carriers; the price of services shall not exceed the total costs, which included undue profits on assets, after depreciation deductions.
Sales, domestic expenditure and transfers of funds 4. each of the Contracting Parties, the air carrier may be involved in the sale of air services in the territory of the other Contracting Party directly and/or, at the choice of the carrier, with its sales agents or other intermediaries appointed by the air carrier or the internet. Each carrier has the right to sell such transportation, and any person may freely buy such services in these areas in currency or in freely convertible currencies.
5. every carrier has the right to convert and transfer the local revenue of the territory of the other Contracting Party, on their national territory and, except when it does not correspond to the generally applicable regulations, to any country or countries upon request. Revenue to convert and transfer is allowed immediately, without restrictions and without imposing these taxes, at the rates of Exchange which current transactions and remittance on the date on which the air carrier shall submit a transfer application.
6. Each Contracting Party's air carriers are allowed to cover local expenses, including purchases of fuel, in the territory of the other Contracting Party in local currency. After they check each Contracting Party's air carriers may be to cover the following expenditure in the territory of the other Contracting Party in freely convertible currencies according to local currency framework.
Agreement on the co-operation 7. Making or offering services in accordance with this agreement, any Contracting Party, each air carrier may enter into an agreement for cooperation, such as the agreement on the place of reservation for resale or shared flights with a) any of the Contracting Parties, the carrier or carriers; and (b)) any third-country air carrier or carriers; and (c)) any surface, land or sea carrier;
If i) all such agreements are the members permission to carry the prescribed route and ii) agreement to comply with the requirements regarding safety and competition, which is usually applied to such measures. As regards the sale of carriage of passengers, which include joint flights, the place of sale or in any case before boarding the buyer shall inform, which haulage service providers will operate in every service sector.

8. a) in connection with the carriage of passengers on surface transportation providers are not subject to the laws governing air transport services on the sole ground that this surface transport offers an air carrier, using its own name. Surface transport service providers may decide to conclude an agreement on cooperation. In deciding on any particular arrangement, surface transport service providers may inter alia consider the interests of consumers and in the technical, economic, space and capacity constraints.
(b)) in addition, without prejudice to any other provisions of this agreement, the Contracting Parties ' air carriers and indirect cargo transport service providers without the restrictions permitted in connection with international air transportation any surface transportation for cargo to any point in Jordan and in the territory of the European Union or in third countries, including transport to and from the to and from all airports with customs authorities and, where appropriate, the right to transport goods under customs control, in accordance with the applicable laws and regulations. Such goods carried on surface transport or by air, the airport is available to customs procedures and facilities. Air carriers may choose to take their own surface transportation or to ensure, through arrangements with other surface carriers, including the use of surface transportation by other air carriers and indirect air freight service provider. Such intermodal cargo services may be offered for one single price for the air and surface transportation, if the consignors are not misled about facts related to such carriage.
9. (a) the lease) of each Contracting Party, the latter shall have the right to provide the agreed services using aircraft and crew leased from anywhere, including third-country air carriers, if all the members of such an agreement meets the conditions laid down in the legislation of the Contracting Party, which normally apply to such measures.
b) neither Contracting Party does not require air carriers that lease their equipment, had traffic rights under this agreement.
(c) leasing with crew) (wet-leasing), by air carriers of the Contracting Parties with regard to third-country air carrier aircraft, which is not one of the countries listed in annex IV, for the implementation of the rights provided for in this agreement, there are exceptional or temporary solution needs. Such hiring with the crew may require prior approval of the authority that issued the licence to the carrier operating their aircraft leased, and on the other by the competent authority of the Contracting Party where the leased aircraft (with crew) is expected to operate.
Franchise and label 10. Each Contracting Party's air carriers have the right to enter into franchise agreements with or marking of any Contracting Party or third country companies, including air carriers, air carriers are authorised and they comply with the conditions laid down in the regulations, the Contracting Parties shall apply the following measures, in particular those that request to disclose service requesting the identity of the air carrier.
Slot allocation at airports 11. Allocation of slots at airports situated in the territory of the Contracting Parties, to be independent, transparent and non-discriminatory manner. Treatment to all air carriers is fair and equal. In accordance with article 21 ("Joint Committee") in paragraph 5, a Contracting Party may request the convening joint meetings of the Committee to deal with the application of this article.
Article 9 customs duties and levies 1. On arrival in the territory of one of the Contracting Parties, the aircraft engaged in international air transport operations carried out in the latter's air carriers, so the usual equipment, fuel, lubricants, technical support materials, ground equipment for consumption, spare parts (including engines), aircraft items (including, but not limited to such items as food, drinks and alcoholic beverages, tobacco products and other products that flight time in limited quantities is intended for sale to passengers or passengers for consumption) and other articles intended for use or used only in connection with international air transport aircraft involved in the operation or service, on the basis of reciprocity to be exempted from all import restrictions, property and capital taxes, customs duties, excise taxes and similar charges and fees imposed by a) State or local authorities or by the European Union and (b)) which is not based on the cost of the services provided, if this equipment and supplies remain on board an aircraft.
2. On the basis of reciprocity exemption from taxes, fees and charges referred to in paragraph 1 of this article, except for the payments, based on the cost of the service provided, apply in the following cases: (a) aircraft) for items that are imported or supplied in the territory of the Contracting Party and in reasonable numbers loaded into the aircraft, to be used by the other Contracting Party departing on air carrier aircraft engaged in international air transport even if these items are intended to be used in the flight phase, which will take place over the said territory;
b) groundhandling equipment and spare parts (including engines) introduced into the territory of a Contracting Party, to serve, to perform maintenance or repair of any of the other Contracting Party, the carrier's aircraft, which is used in international air traffic;
(c) fuel and lubricants) technical consumables consumption that is imported or supplied in the territory of the Contracting Party for use of the other Contracting Party, the carrier aircraft engaged in international air transportation, even when these items are intended to be used in the flight phase, which will take place over the said territory;

d) printed matter — as specified in each of the Contracting Parties, the customs legislation that is introduced into or supplied in the territory of one of the Contracting Parties and loaded onto the aircraft for use by the other Contracting Party, the carrier's departing aircraft engaged in international air transportation, even when these items are intended to be used in the flight phase, which will take place over the said territory, and e) safety and security equipment for use at airports or cargo terminals.
3. Without prejudice to any other provisions to the contrary, nothing in this Agreement shall prevent a Contracting Party from imposing taxes, levies or charges for fuel, its territory non-discriminatory use of delivered air carrier aircraft flying between two points in its territory.
4. you can ask to have this 1. and equipment referred to in paragraph 2 and the items stored in the supervision and control.
5. the exemption provided for in this article shall also apply in cases where one Contracting Party air carriers have contracted with another air carrier with the other Contracting Party has granted the same similar exemptions for 1 and 2 above rentals or transfer in the territory of the other Contracting Party.
6. Nothing in this Agreement shall prevent a Contracting Party from imposing taxes, levies, or duties goods sold other than for consumption by the passengers on the aircraft an air service between two points within its territory that are permitted are picked up or set down.
7. The provisions of this Agreement shall not affect the scope of VAT, excluding turnover tax on imports. This agreement shall not affect the agreements concluded between a Member State and the agreements in force the rules on income and capital tax elimination of double taxation.
Article 10 airport, aviation and services fees 1. Each Contracting Party shall ensure that the user charges paid by the collector of the competent authorities or bodies may be imposed by the other contracting party air carriers for air navigation and air traffic control services are equitable, proportionate, related to costs and are not unjustly discriminatory. In any case, this type of usage fees of the other party, the air carrier shall be calculated, subject to conditions which are no less favourable than the most favourable terms available to any other air carrier.
2. Each Contracting Party shall ensure that the user charges paid by the collector of the competent authorities or bodies may be imposed by the other Contracting Party, the latter on the airport, the aviation security service and related facilities and services is fair, reasonable, not unjustly discriminatory, and equitably distributed among categories of users. These charges can represent, but may not exceed the full cost to the competent charging authorities or bodies of the collector on the airport and aviation security and services at the airport or within the airport system. These charges may include a reasonable return on assets, after deduction of the depreciation amount. Items and services, which determines the user charge, provides efficient and economical. In any case, the fees of the other party, the air carrier shall be calculated, subject to conditions which are no less favourable than the most favourable terms available to any other air carrier at the time of the calculation of the fee.
3. Each Contracting Party shall ensure consultations between the competent charging authorities or bodies for purposes, which are situated within its territory and to air carriers or their agencies that use objects and services and ensure the competent charging authorities or bodies of the collector and the air carriers or the representation of the mutual exchange of information that may be necessary to ensure the accurate review of the reasonableness of the charges in accordance with article 1 and 2 of the principles set out in. Each Contracting Party shall ensure that the competent authority of the collector of the fee provides users with reasonable notice of any proposals to change the user charges, to allow users to express their views before making such changes.
4. the dispute settlement procedures in accordance with article 22 of this agreement ("dispute resolution and resolutions") it cannot be considered that one of the Contracting Parties in breach of the provisions of this article, unless (a)) it is not a sufficient period of time reviewed the user charge or practice that is the other Contracting Party, or (b) the subject matter of the complaint) after such review does not take all the possible measures to remedy any charge or use practices that is not in accordance with this article.
Article 11 price 1. the Contracting Parties shall allow air carriers to freely determine prices based on free and fair competition.
2. the Contracting Parties shall not be required to register.
3. the competent authorities may discuss issues of unfair, disproportionate and discriminatory pricing, as well as other issues.
12. Article statistics 1. Each Contracting Party shall provide the other Contracting Party in the statutory demand statistics and — of other available statistical information, that may be necessary to examine the air performance.
2. The Contracting Parties shall, in accordance with article 21 of this agreement ("Joint Committee") shall cooperate in the Joint Committee, in order to improve the exchange of the statistical information needed for monitoring the development of air transport in accordance with this agreement.
Title II regulatory co-operation in article 13 aviation safety 1. Contracting Parties shall ensure that their national legislation to implement at least the standards referred to in annex III, part A, subject to the conditions set out below.
2. The Contracting Parties shall ensure that, in one of the contracting parties registered aircraft, for which there is a suspicion that it does not meet international aviation safety standards, established under the Convention for the settlement of international air traffic, the airport opened in the territory of the other Contracting Party shall take the ramp inspection of an aircraft and the outside of the aircraft to check both the aircraft and the crew's papers, and the aircraft and its equipment in the actual situation.

3. any Contracting Party may at any time request consultations on safety standards, respected by the other Contracting Party.
4. The competent authority of the Contracting Party shall take appropriate and immediate steps if they find that the aircraft, a product or activity may, (a)) does not meet the minimum standards established pursuant to the Convention, the legislation referred to in part A of annex III, or the relevant Jordanian legislation, in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article, whichever is applicable;
(b)) gave rise to serious concern, based on paragraph 2 of this article in that test — that the aircraft or the operation of the aircraft does not comply with the minimum standards established pursuant to the Convention, the legislation referred to in part A of annex III, or the relevant Jordanian legislation, in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article, whichever is applicable, or (c)) gave rise to serious concern that is not complied with and effectively implement minimum standards established pursuant to the Convention, the legislation referred to in annex III to this agreement, or in accordance with the relevant Jordanian legislation, in accordance with paragraph 1 of this article, whichever is applicable.
5. Where the competent authority of the contracting party to act in accordance with paragraph 4, they shall inform the other Contracting Party, the competent authorities of the action taken, giving the reasons for such action.
6. where the measures taken in application of paragraph 4, is not interrupted even if the justification for initiating it no longer exists, either Contracting Party may refer the matter to the Joint Committee.
Article 14 aviation security 1. Contracting Parties shall ensure that their national legislation to implement at least the standards referred to in annex III, part B, subject to the conditions set out below.
2. the guaranteeing of safety civil aircraft, their passengers and crew is an important prerequisite for international air transport services, the Contracting Parties, therefore, reaffirms their mutual obligations to take care of the security of civil aviation against acts of unlawful intervention and in particular their obligations under the Chicago Convention, the Convention on offences and certain other acts committed on board aircraft, signed at Tokyo on 14 September 1963 in The Convention on the fight against unlawful seizure of aircraft, signed at the Hague on 16 December 1970, the Convention on the fight against illegal activities that jeopardise the security of civil aviation, signed in Montreal on 23 September 1971, a Protocol on the fight against illegal activities at airports serving international civil aviation, signed in Montreal on 24 February 1988, and the Convention on the marking of plastic explosives for the purpose of detection signed in Montreal on 1 March 1991, in so far as the two parties have this Convention, as well as other conventions and protocols related to civil aviation security.
3. the Contracting Parties shall upon request provide each other with all necessary assistance to prevent civilian aircraft illegal seizure and other illegal activities which are directed against the aircraft, their passengers and crew, airports and air navigation facilities, and any other threat to aviation security.
4. the Contracting Parties in their mutual relations, act in accordance with the aviation security standards and, as far as it is applicable, in accordance with international civil aviation Organization (ICAO) adopted the recommended practices contained in the annexes to the Chicago Convention, to the extent that such security provisions are applicable to the Contracting Parties. The two Contracting Parties require in aircraft registered operators, entrepreneurs, whose principal place of business or permanent headquarters in their territory, and the operators of airports in their territory Act in conformity with such aviation security provisions.
5. Each Contracting Party shall ensure that its territory is taken effective measures to protect the aircraft, check passengers and their hand luggage and the implementation of crew, cargo (including hold baggage) and aircraft inventory of suitable checks before boarding and loading, as well as the time, and that these measures are adapted to the growing threat. Each Contracting Party agrees that its air carriers may be required to observe the aviation security provisions referred to in paragraph 4 and which is requested by the other Contracting Party, on arrival in or from the territory of the other Contracting Party or leaving that territory.
6. Each Contracting Party shall respond positively to any request of the other Contracting Party for reasonable special security measures to prevent specific risks. Except in emergency situations, each contracting party informs the other party of any specific security measures to be introduced, and which could lead to significant financial or operational impact on the air transport services provided pursuant to this agreement. Each Contracting Party pursuant to article 21 of this agreement ("Joint Committee") may request a meeting of the Joint Committee convened to discuss such security measures.
7. Civil aircraft illegal seizure incident or threat of an incident of such case, or against such aircraft, their passengers and crew, airports and air navigation safety equipment, facing illegal act in case the Contracting Parties shall assist each other by facilitating communications and other appropriate measures intended to terminate rapidly and safely such incident or threat thereof.
8. Each Contracting Party shall take all the measures it deems appropriate to ensure that the aircraft who seize illegal or against that of other illegal activities, and who sits on land in its territory, are detained on the ground, unless the aircraft departure need not create the primary responsibility to protect human life. If it is appropriate, the following measures shall be taken on the basis of mutual consultation.
9. If a Contracting Party has reasonable grounds for believing that the other Contracting Party referred to in this article in the aviation safety rules, that Contracting Party may request immediate consultations with the other Contracting Party.

10. Without prejudice to article 4 of this agreement ("the Licence refusal, revocation, suspension or limitation of the"), where the fifteen (15) days after such requirements have not been expressing satisfactory agreement, it is the basis to hold, recall or restrict other Contracting Party one or more air carriers licence or specific conditions the following permissions.
11. If it requires immediate and extraordinary threat, a party may take interim measures before the fifteen (15) day deadline.
12. Any action under paragraph 10 of this article are interrupted when the other party has complied with the provisions of this article.
Article 15 air traffic management 1. Contracting Parties shall ensure that their national legislation to implement the standards referred to in annex III, part C under the conditions set out below.
2. the Contracting Parties shall do everything in their power to cooperate in the field of air traffic management with a view to extending the single European sky, including Jordan, to improve currently existing safety standards and improve Europe's overall air traffic standards overall efficiency to optimise capacity and reduce delays. In the end, Jordan is due to participate in the single sky Committee. The Joint Committee shall be responsible for monitoring and facilitating cooperation in the field of air traffic management.
3. to facilitate the single European sky legislation in their territories) Jordan, (a) take the necessary measures to adjust its traffic management institutional structures to the single European sky, in particular by establishing appropriate national organisation of monitoring, which should be at least functionally independent of air navigation service providers; and (b)) the European Union involve Jordan related action initiative in the provision of air navigation services, airspace and interoperability that stem from the areas of the single European sky, in particular, the early involvement of Jordan's efforts to establish functional airspace blocks or according to agreement with the SESAR.
16. Article 1 of the environmental protection, the contracting parties recognise the importance of international aviation policy development and implementation is the protection of the environment.
2. The Contracting Parties recognize the importance of cooperation in multilateral negotiations, discussing the impact of aviation on the environment and the economy and to ensure that all adverse effects mitigation measures are fully compatible with the objectives of this agreement.
3. No provision of this agreement will be interpreted in such a way as to restrict any of the Contracting Parties, the powers of the competent authorities to take all appropriate measures for its sovereign jurisdiction, to prevent, or otherwise address the impact of air transport on the environment, provided that these measures are fully in line with international legislation, the rights and obligations and are applied irrespective of nationality.
4. the Contracting Parties shall ensure that their national legislation to implement the standards referred to in annex III to this agreement, D.
consumer protection article 17 the Contracting Parties shall ensure that their national legislation to implement those standards in relation to air transport, referred to in annex III to the agreement.
Article 18 Computerized reservations system, the Contracting Parties shall ensure that their national legislation to implement the standards referred to in annex II to this agreement in part F.
Article 19 social aspects the Contracting Parties shall ensure that their national legislation to implement those standards in relation to air transport, referred to in annex II to this agreement, G.
Title III institutional provisions article 20 interpretation and execution 1. the Contracting Parties shall take all appropriate measures, General or particular, to ensure that the obligations deriving from the agreement and shall refrain from any measure which could jeopardise the attainment of the objectives of the agreement.
2. Each Contracting Party shall in its territory is responsible for the proper implementation of this agreement and in particular on the proper application of the legislation implementing the standards mentioned in annex III to this agreement.
3. each Contracting Party shall provide the other Contracting Party with all the necessary information and assistance in the event that the other Contracting Party, the limits of their powers provided for in this agreement subject to investigation of possible infringements.
4. when one of the Contracting Parties shall act in accordance with this agreement, the mandate in matters in which the other party has an interest and which apply to the other Contracting Parties, institutions or companies of the other Contracting Party, the competent authorities should be informed and should have the opportunity to state their views before a final decision is taken.
21. Article 1 of the Joint Committee is hereby established, consisting of representatives of the Contracting Parties (hereinafter referred to as the Joint Committee), which is responsible for the administration of this agreement and shall ensure its proper implementation. For this purpose it shall make recommendations and take decisions in the cases provided for in the agreement.
2. the Joint Committee decisions are taken unanimously and are binding on both Contracting Parties. The Contracting Parties shall implement them in accordance with their own rules.
3. the Joint Committee shall adopt its rules of procedure, approved by the decision.
4. The Joint Committee shall meet as needed, when needed. Either Contracting Party may request the convening of the meeting.
5. a Contracting Party may also request a meeting of the Joint Committee is convened to try to resolve any issue concerning the interpretation or application of this agreement. This meeting should take place without delay and not later than two months after receipt of the request for the convening of the meeting, unless otherwise agreed by the Contracting Parties.
6. The purpose of the proper implementation of this agreement the Contracting Parties shall exchange information and, at the request of either Contracting Party, shall hold consultations within the Joint Committee.
7. If a Contracting Party considers the other party properly does not comply with a decision of the Joint Committee, it may require that the issue be discussed in the Joint Committee. If the Joint Committee is unable to resolve the matter within two months of its submission, the applicant's contracting party may enforce the relevant safety measures in accordance with article 23 of this agreement ("safeguard measures").

8. decisions of the Joint Committee should mention the date when it will be implemented by the Contracting Parties, and any other information that may apply to entrepreneurs.
9. Without prejudice to paragraph 2, if the Joint Committee has not taken a decision on a matter submitted to it within six months after the date of issue, the Contracting Parties may take appropriate temporary safeguard measures under article 23 of this agreement ("safeguard measures").
10. the Joint Committee shall examine questions related to bilateral investment or ownership change of the majority of the Contracting Parties, the carrier of the actual control.
11. the Joint Committee also expanded cooperation, a) promoting the exchange of information at the level of experts on new legislation or legislative initiatives and developments, including protection, security, environment, aviation infrastructure (including in relation to slots), competition, as well as in the field of consumer protection;
b) regularly check the social effects of the agreement in the course of its implementation, in particular in the field of employment, and developing ways to be responsive to problems recognized as reasonable;
(c) to consider possible areas) agreement for future deployments, including recommendations for amendments to the agreement, and (d)) unanimously agreed proposals, strategies or the procedural nature of the documents directly related to the operation of this agreement.
12. Contracting Parties have a common goal: to maximize the benefits for consumers, airlines, labour and society, within the scope of application of this agreement, including third countries. To this end, the Joint Committee shall draw up a proposal on the conditions and procedures, including any amendments to be made to this agreement to third countries could join.
Article 22 settlement of disputes and resolutions 1. any Contracting Party may require under the Association Agreement, the Association Council to examine any dispute relating to the application or interpretation of this agreement which is not settled in accordance with article 21 of this agreement ("Joint Committee").
2. in accordance with the Association Agreement, the Association Council may settle the dispute by adopting a decision.
3. the Contracting Parties shall take the necessary measures to implement the decision referred to in paragraph 2.
4. If the Contracting Parties are unable to resolve the dispute or the Joint Committee in accordance with paragraph 2, the dispute of either contracting party be submitted to an arbitration claim, which consists of three arbitrators in accordance with the procedure set out below: a) each Contracting Party shall appoint an arbitrator within sixty (60) days of the date on which it received the notification of the claim to resolve the dispute from arbitration to which diplomatically contacted the other Contracting Party; the third arbitrator within sixty (60) additional days shall be appointed by the other two arbitrators. If one of the Contracting Parties has not appointed an arbitrator within the period specified, or if the third arbitrator is not appointed within the prescribed period, either Contracting Party may request the International civil aviation Organization (ICAO) President of the Council to appoint the arbitrator or arbitrators as the case may be;
(b)) the third arbitrator shall appointed in accordance with the provisions of subparagraph (a)), to be the third-country national and must comply with the President of the Tribunal;
(c)) the Arbitration Board shall adopt its rules of procedure, and (d)), in accordance with the final decision of the arbitral tribunal for dispute settlement initial costs are distributed equally among the Contracting Parties.
5. At the request of a Contracting Party, up to the final acceptance of the arbitration award, the Tribunal may order the other party to implement temporary corrective measures.
6. Any provisional decision or arbitration, the final decision is binding on the Contracting Parties.
7. If one of the Contracting Parties fails to act in accordance with the arbitration decision, adopted in accordance with the provisions of this article, within thirty (30) days from the date of notification of the decision referred to above, the other Contracting Party may, as long as this decision is still not observed, limit, suspend or revoke the rights or privileges which it in accordance with the provisions of this agreement granted the guilty party.
Article 23 safeguard measures 1. the Contracting Parties shall take any general or specific measures required for the enforcement of obligations under this agreement. They shall ensure that the objectives set out in the agreement are attained.
2. If either Contracting Party considers that the other Contracting Party has failed to fulfil an obligation under this agreement, it may take appropriate measures. Protective measures are limited with respect to their scope and duration as it is strictly necessary to remedy the situation or to maintain the balance of this agreement. Priority shall be given to measures which least disturb the functioning of this agreement.
3. a Contracting Party which is considering to take preventive measures, the Joint Committee shall inform the other Contracting Parties, and shall provide all relevant information.
4. the Contracting Parties shall immediately begin consultations in the Joint Committee with a view to finding a commonly acceptable solution.
5. Without prejudice to article 3 of this agreement (the "authorisation") (d)), article 4 ("permit refusal, revocation, suspension or limitation of") (d)), as well as article 13 ("aviation safety") and article 14 ("aviation security"), the Contracting Party concerned may not take safeguard measures until one month after the notification in accordance with point 3, unless the consultation procedure under paragraph 4 has not been completed before the time limit expires.
6. The Contracting Party concerned shall, without delay, inform the Joint Committee of the measures taken and shall provide all relevant information.
7. Any action taken in accordance with the provisions of this article, is cancelled as soon as the guilty party to ensure the implementation of the provisions of this agreement.
Article 24 of the agreement the geographic scope

The Contracting Parties undertake to address the ongoing dialogue, in order to ensure compliance with this agreement, the Barcelona process and try to achieve the final objective of the Euro-Mediterranean common aviation area. Therefore, in accordance with article 21 ("Joint Committee") in paragraph 11 of the Joint Committee will be considered mutually agree on amendments to take into account similar Euro-Mediterranean aviation agreements.
Article 25 relationship to other agreements 1. the provisions of this Agreement shall prevail in relation to the relevant provisions hitherto in force bilateral agreements between Jordan and Member States. However, current traffic rights arising from these bilateral agreements and not covered by this agreement, continue to implement, unless there is no discrimination between Community air carriers on the grounds of nationality.
2. Without prejudice to paragraph 1 of this article, and subject to the application of article 27 ("termination Agreement"), if this agreement ends or if the ends to apply it on a provisional basis, the Contracting Parties before the termination of the agreement can agree on arrangements they apply in air transport in the respective territories of the Contracting Parties.
3. If the contracting parties become another multilateral agreement the parties or approved by the ICAO or other international organisations make a decision that touches on the questions contained in this agreement, they shall hold consultations within the Joint Committee to determine whether there is a need to review this agreement, the following conditions are taken into account.
4. this agreement is without prejudice to any decision of the two Contracting Parties shall implement the following recommendations, which can be done in the international civil aviation organisation (ICAO). The contracting parties do not refer to this agreement, nor any part of it, to justify opposition to alternative policy of ICAO for consideration any matter covered by this agreement.
Article 26 amendments 1. If one of the Contracting Parties wishes to amend the provisions of this agreement, it shall inform the Joint Committee. Amendments to this Agreement shall enter into force after the Contracting Parties completed the respective internal procedures.
2. the Joint Committee, on proposal of one of the Contracting Parties and in accordance with this article shall amend the annexes to this agreement.
3. this Agreement shall not affect the right of Contracting Parties, in accordance with the principle of non-discrimination to unilaterally adopt new legislation or amend existing legislation in the field of air transport or an associated area mentioned in annex III to this agreement.
4. as soon as a Contracting Party has prepared new legislation in the field of air transport or any of the associated areas covered by Annex III, it shall inform the other Contracting Party and shall consult with it as intensely as possible. If one of the Parties requests it, the Joint Committee takes the previous exchange of views.
5. as soon as a Contracting Party has adopted new legislation or amended its legislation in the field of air transport or an associated area mentioned in annex III, which could affect the proper functioning of this agreement, it shall inform the other Contracting Party not later than thirty days following its adoption. At the request of either Contracting Party, the Joint Committee after sixty days hold exchanges of views on the new legislation or amendment for the impact on the proper functioning of this agreement.
6. After the preceding 5. Exchange of views referred to in (a)), the Joint Committee shall adopt a decision revising annex III to this agreement so that, if necessary, on the basis of the reciprocity principle, incorporated into the new legislation or amendment, b), adopt a decision to the new legislation or amendment should be considered under this agreement, and (c)) propose any other measures that can be implemented within a reasonable time to protect the proper functioning of this agreement.
27. Article 1 of the termination of the agreement. This agreement is concluded for an indefinite period.
2. any Contracting Party may, at any time, by diplomatic means may communicate in writing to the other Contracting Party of the decision to terminate the operation of this agreement. The notice together with the ICAO. This agreement shall terminate at midnight Greenwich mean time by the international air transport Association (IATA) traffic season at the end of one year after the date of the written notice of its termination, unless a) this notice is not withdrawn before the end of this period, the Contracting Parties of the agreement, or (b)), a Contracting Party which is not a termination notice by the applicant party, does not require a longer period of time, but not more than 18 months for discussions on the future of the regime to apply to air transportation services between their respective territories, to achieve satisfactory results.
Article 28 registration organizācijāun the International Civil Aviation Organization of the United Nations Secretariat in this agreement and all amendments thereto shall be registered with ICAO and the United Nations Secretariat.
Article 29 entry into force 1 this Agreement shall enter into force one month after the date of the last diplomatic note has completed an exchange of the Contracting Parties, affirming that the completion of all the procedures necessary for its entry into force. The purpose of this exchange of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan submitted to the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union and in its diplomatic note sent by the European Union and its Member States, but by the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union submitted to the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan to the European Union and its Member States diplomatic note. The European Union and its Member States the diplomatic notes includes all the notifications of the Member States, confirming the completion of their procedures necessary for the entry into force of this agreement.

2. Without prejudice to paragraph 1 of this article, the Contracting Parties agree to apply this Agreement provisionally from the first day of the month following the earlier of the following two dates, namely: (i) the date of the last notification) sent to inform you that the parties have notified each other of the completion of the procedures necessary for the application of this agreement on a provisional basis, or (ii)) date corresponding to 12 months after the date of signature of this agreement, provided that this is in line with internal procedures and/or national law in the case.
In witness whereof, the Plenipotentiaries have signed this agreement.
This agreement is drawn up in Brussels, two thousand ten fifteenth day of December, in two originals in the English, Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, French, Greek, Dutch, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish and Arabic languages, each text being equally authentic.
On behalf of the Republic of Latvia, Dana Reizniec, the traffic Ministry Parliamentary Secretary, the representatives of the Contracting Parties to the agreement of signatures certify the depositary representative k. Grečman, Director-General (Director-General k., Gretschmann) Annex I CONSISTENT services and CERTAIN routes 1. this annex applies To the transitional provisions referred to in annex II to this agreement.
2. each contracting party grants to the other Contracting Party the rights to air carriers to provide air transport services the following routes.
(a)) the European Union air carriers: the point in the European Union — one or more connection points, the Euromed countries ecaa countries or countries referred to in annex IV, — one or more points in Jordan;
b) air carriers in Jordan: point in Jordan, one or more connection points, the Euromed countries ecaa countries or countries referred to in annex IV, — one or more points in the European Union.
3. the air carrier of Jordan, in the case of services operated in accordance with paragraph 2 of this point, begin and end within the territory of Jordan, but the air carriers of the European Union in the case of the European Union.
4. the airlines of each Contracting Party on any or all flights a flight, in its sole discretion, may: (a)) take flight in one or both directions;
b) combine different flight numbers within one aircraft in flight;
(c) to service connection points), as specified in paragraph 2 of this annex, as well as points in the territories of the Contracting Parties in any combination and order.
(d)) to skip a stop point or points;
e) to transfer traffic from any of its aircraft to another of its aircraft at any point;
f) make stops en route at any point in the territory of each Contracting Party or outside it;
g) to carry out transit traffic through the territory of the other Contracting Party and h) combine in one transport aircraft, irrespective of the origin of the shipment.
5. Each Contracting Party shall allow each carrier to establish its proposed international air frequency and capacity on the basis of commercial considerations in the market. Under the law, no party should not unilaterally limit the volume of traffic, frequency or regularity or of the other Contracting Party, the carrier operating the aircraft type or types, except when it is related to customs, technical, operational, environmental and health considerations.
6. any Contracting Party's air carriers, including but not exclusively the application of cooperation ("code share") of the flight conditions, capable of serving any point located in a third country and which are not part of a specific route, unless they use the fifth freedom rights.
 
 
Annex II transitional provisions 1. How is implemented and applied in all provisions of this agreement and in particular the standards specified in annex III, with the exception of part B of this annex, the checks, making an assessment of the responsibility of the European Union, and confirmed by a decision of the Joint Committee. Such assessment shall be made earlier of the following two dates: (i)) the day when Jordan Announces Joint Committee that it has completed the process of harmonisation on the basis of annex III of this agreement, or (ii)) one year after the entry into force of this agreement.
2. Notwithstanding the provisions of annex I, annex II, pending the adoption of the decision referred to in paragraph 1, harmonised services and routes established by this agreement, do not include all air carriers of the Contracting Parties of the fifth freedom rights, inter alia, air carriers of Jordan — the right to operate an air service between two points in the territory of the European Union. However, all traffic rights which are granted in accordance with any of the bilateral agreements between Jordan and the European Union Member States, may continue to be used, unless there is no discrimination between Community air carriers on the grounds of nationality.
3. Without prejudice to paragraph 1 of this annex, the implementation and enforcement in part B of annex III to these safety standards, inspection, making an assessment of the responsibility of the European Union, and confirmed by a decision of the Joint Committee. This agreement set out in annex III, part B of the security right to confidential parts of the legislation are available in Jordan only when such a decision is taken.
4. no later than from 1 January 2016 for all of the two Contracting Parties, the latter is article 8, paragraph 3 (a) (i))) rights (the right to provide its own services, i.e. "self-handling") Queen Alia International Airport. Until then, all suppliers of groundhandling services, equal and non-discriminatory — are open to all air carriers. Prices of such services shall not exceed the total costs, which included undue profits on assets, after depreciation deductions.
 
 
ANNEX III CIVIL aviation law list a. aviation safety No 3922/91 Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 of 16 December 1991 on the harmonisation of technical requirements and administrative procedures in the field of civil aviation as amended by:-Commission Regulation (EC) no 2176/96 (13 November 1996), with the scientific and technical progress Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91;
-Commission Regulation (EC) no 1069/1999 of 25 May 1999 amending to scientific and technical progress Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91;

-Commission Regulation (EC) no 2871/2000 of 28 December 2000, by which the scientific and technical progress Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91;
-European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 of 15 July 2002 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European aviation safety agency applicable provisions: articles 1 to 10, 12 and 13, with the exception of article 4 paragraph 1 and article 8 paragraph 2 sentence 2, annexes I, II and III. In application of article 12, the term ' Member States ' shall be replaced by "Member States of the European Union".
-Council Regulation (EEC) no 1899/2006 of 12 December 2006 on the harmonisation of technical requirements and administrative procedures in the field of civil aviation;
-European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 1900/2006 of 20 December 2006 amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 on the harmonisation of technical requirements and administrative procedures in the field of civil aviation;
-Commission Regulation (EC) No 8/2008 of 11 December 2007 amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 as regards common technical requirements and administrative procedures applicable to commercial transportation by ships;
-Commission Regulation (EC) No 859/2008 (20 august 2008), amending Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 as regards common technical requirements and administrative procedures applicable to commercial transportation by ships;
Applicable provisions: articles 1 to 10, 12 and 13, with the exception of article 4 paragraph 1 and article 8, paragraph 2, second sentence, of annex I to III. In application of article 12, the term ' Member States ' shall be replaced by "Member States of the European Union".
No 216/2008 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 216/2008 of 20 February 2008 on common rules in the field of civil aviation and establishing a European Aviation Safety Agency, and repealing Council Directive 91/670/EEC, Regulation (EC) No 1592/2002 and Directive 2004/36/EC applicable provisions: articles 1 to 68, with the exception of article 65, paragraph 1 of article 69, paragraph 2 69., paragraph 4 and annex I to VI No 94/56 Council Directive 94/56/EC of 21 November 1994 establishing the investigation of civil aviation accidents and incidents applicable provisions of basic principles: 1. to 12 no 2003/42 Directive 2003/42/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 June 2003 on occurrence reporting in civil aviation applicable provisions : 1 to 11, annexes I and II No. 1702/2003 Commission Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 of 24 September 2003 laying down implementing rules for the certification of aircraft and related products, parts and appliances, airworthiness and environmental requirements, as well as of design and production organisations, as amended by:-Commission Regulation (EC) No 381/2005 of 7 March 2005 amending Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 Commission Regulation (EC) No 706/2006 of 8 May 2006 amending Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 as regards how long period of time, Member States may issue approvals for a certain period of time-Commission Regulation (EC) No 335/2007 of 28 March 2007 amending Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 as regards the implementing rules for the certification of aircraft and related products , parts and compliance with environmental protection requirements-Commission Regulation (EC) No 375/2007 of 30 March 2007 amending Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 laying down implementing rules for the certification of aircraft and related products, parts and appliances, airworthiness and environmental requirements, as well as of design and production organisations — Commission Regulation (EC) no 287/2008 of 28 March 2008 repealing Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 article 2 c, paragraph 3 of the validity -the extension of the Commission Regulation (EC) no 1057/2008 of 27 October 2008 amending Regulation (EC) No 1702/2003 Appendix II of annex a for the airworthiness review certificate (EASA Form 15A) applicable provisions: articles 1 to 4 and annex. Referred to in this regulation transitional period shall be determined by the Joint Committee.
No 2042/2003 Commission Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003 of 20 November 2003 on the aircraft and aeronautical products, parts and appliances, the maintenance and airworthiness approval of organisations and personnel involved in these tasks applicable provisions: articles 1 to 5, annexes I to IV as amended by:-Commission Regulation (EC) no 707/2006 of 8 May 2006 amending Regulation (EC) No 2042/2003 as regards approvals of a limited duration and annexes I and III-Commission Regulation (EC) No 376/2007 of 30 March 2007 on the aircraft and aeronautical products, parts and appliances, the maintenance and airworthiness approval of organisations and personnel involved in these tasks – Commission Regulation (EC) No 1056/2008 of 27 October 2008 for aircraft and aeronautical products, parts and appliances, the maintenance and airworthiness approval of organisations and personnel involved in these tasks applicable provisions: articles 1 to 6. Annexes I to IV, B. aviation security no 300/2008 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) no 300/2008 of 11 March 2008 on common rules in the field of civil aviation security and repealing Regulation (EC) No 2320/2002 applicable provisions: articles 1 to 18, article 21, article 24, paragraphs 2 and 3 and annex No 820/2008 Commission Regulation (EC) No 820/2008 (8 august 2008) laying down measures for the implementation of the common basic standards on aviation security applicable provisions: articles 1 to 6, the annex and the Appendix 1 No 1217/2003 Commission Regulation (EC) No 1217/2003 of 4 July 2003 laying down common specifications for national civil aviation security quality control programmes applicable provisions: articles 1 to 11, annexes I and II No. 1486/2003 Commission Regulation (EC) No 1486/2003 of 22 august 2003 laying down procedures for conducting Commission inspections in the field of civil aviation security applicable provisions: articles 1 to 16 no 1138/2004 Commission Regulation (EC) no 1138/2004 of 21 June 2004 establishing a common definition of critical parts of security restricted areas at airports applicable provisions: articles 1 to 8 (C). air traffic management no. 549/2004

European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 549/2004 of 10 March 2004 laying down the framework for the creation of the single European sky (the framework regulation) applicable provisions: articles 1 to 4, article 6 and 9 to 14 No. 550/2004 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 550/2004 of 10 March 2004 on the provision of air navigation services in the single European sky (the service provision Regulation) applicable provisions : 1. by article 19 No 551/2004 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 551/2004 of 10 March 2004 on the organisation and use of the airspace in the single European sky (the airspace Regulation) applicable provisions: articles 1 to 11 no 552/2004 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 552/2004 of 10 March 2004 on the interoperability of the European air traffic management network (the interoperability Regulation) applicable provisions : 1 to 12 No. 2096/2005 Commission Regulation (EC) no 2096/2005 of 20 December 2005 laying down common requirements for the provision of air navigation services, as amended by:-Commission Regulation (EC) no 1315/2007 of 8 November 2007 on safety oversight in air traffic management, amending Regulation (EC) no 2096/2005-applicable provisions: articles 1 to 9 and annexes I to V-Commission Regulation (EC) No 482/2008 of 30 May 2008 establishing a software safety assurance system to be implemented by air navigation service providers and amending Annex II to Regulation (EC) no 2096/2005 applicable provisions: articles 1 to 5, annexes I and II No. 2150/2005 Commission Regulation (EC) No 2150/2005 (23 December 2005), laying down common rules for the flexible use of airspace rules: 1. Article 9 and Annex no 1794/2006 Commission Regulation (EC) no 1794/2006 of 6 December 2006 laying down a common charging scheme for air navigation services-rules: 1. Article 17, article 18 and 19 and annex I to VI d. Environment No. 2006/93 of the European Parliament and of the Council Directive 2006/93/EC of 12 December 2006 on the limitation of the operation of aircraft covered by the Convention on international civil aviation Annex 16 of the second edition of volume 1 Chapter 3 of part II of the applicable rules : 1. by article 6 and annexes I and II No. 2002/30 Directive 2002/30/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 26 March 2002 on the establishment of rules and procedures with regard to the related operating restrictions at Community airports with noise applicable provisions: articles 1 to 15, annexes I and II No. 2002/49 Directive 2002/49/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 25 June 2002 relating to the assessment and management of environmental noise applicable provisions : 1. by article 16, annexes I to IV E. consumer protection no. 90/314 of Council Directive 90/314/EEC of 13 June 1990 on package travel, package holidays and package tours regulations Apply: 1. to article 10 No 93/13 Council Directive 93/13/EEC of 5 April 1993 on unfair terms in consumer contracts applicable provisions: articles 1 to 10 and annex No 95/46 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: 1. Rules applicable to article 34 No 2027/97 of Council Regulation (EC) No 2027/97 of 9 October 1997 on air carrier liability in the event of accidents as amended with:-the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 889/2002 of 13 May 2002 amending Council Regulation (EC) No 2027/97 applicable provisions : 1. by article 8 No 261/2004 of the European Parliament and of the Council Regulation (EC) No 261/2004 of 11 February 2004 establishing common rules on compensation and assistance to passengers in the event of denied boarding and of cancellation or long delay of flights, and repealing Regulation (EEC) No 295/91 applicable provisions: articles 1 to 17 No 1107/2006 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 1107/2006 of 5 July 2006 concerning the rights of disabled persons and persons with reduced mobility When travelling by air: 1. Rules applicable to article 17, annex I and II f. computerised reservation systems no 80/2009 of the European Parliament and Council Regulation (EC) No 80/2009 (14 January 2009) on a code of conduct for computerised reservation systems and repealing Council Regulation (EEC) no 2299/89 cancellation G. Social aspects no. 1989/391 Council Directive 89/391/EEC of 12 June 1989 on the introduction of measures to encourage improvements in the safety and health of workers at work applicable provisions: articles 1 to 16 and 18 and article 19 No. 2003/88 Directive 2003/88/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 4 November 2003 concerning certain aspects of the organisation of working time applicable provisions: articles 1 to 19, 21 to 24 and 26 to article article 29 No. 2000/79 Council Directive 2000/79/EC of 27 November 2000 concerning the European Agreement on civil aviation mobile workers ' work the organisation concluded between the Association of European airlines (AEA), the European Transport workers ' Federation (ETF), the European Cockpit Association (ECA), the European regional airlines Association (era) and the international air carrier Association (IACA) of ANNEX IV to this agreement under article 3 and 4, and annex I list 1 other countries. the Republic of Iceland (under the agreement on the European economic area);
2. The Principality of Liechtenstein (under the agreement on the European economic area);
3. the Kingdom of Norway (under the agreement on the European economic area);
4. the Swiss Confederation (under the agreement between the European Community and the Swiss Confederation).