Of The Air Transport Agreement Between Canada And The European Community And Its Member States

Original Language Title: Par Gaisa transporta nolīgumu starp Kanādu un Eiropas Kopienu un tās dalībvalstīm

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The Saeima has adopted and the President promulgated the following laws: The air transport agreement between Canada and the European Community and its Member States article 1. 17 December 2009 in Brussels signed an air transport agreement between Canada and the European Community and its Member States (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 it in article 23 on time 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 7 April 2011.
President Valdis Zatlers in Riga V 2011 April 27 air TRANSPORT agreement between Canada and the European Community and its Member States table of contents article title 1 Title and definition, 3 2 award designation, authorisation and revocation 4 investment 5 enforcement of safety in Civil Aviation 6 7 8 Civil Aviation Security, customs duties, other taxes and payments 9 statistics 10 consumer interests 11 airport , aviation and services payments for 12 airports, aviation and services 13 commercial guidelines 14 15 competition environment air traffic management and authorisation Assignment 16 going on 17 of 18 environment, the Joint Committee employment 19 20 21 international dispute resolution 22 amended 23 entry into force and provisional application of the agreement, the termination of the registration of 24 25 26 relationship with other agreements air TRANSPORT agreement Canada , of the one part, and the Republic of Austria, the Kingdom of Belgium, Republic of Bulgaria, the Republic of Cyprus, the Czech Republic, the Kingdom of Denmark, the Republic of Estonia, the Republic of Finland, the French Republic, the Federal Republic of Germany, the Hellenic Republic, the Republic of Hungary, Ireland, the Italian Republic, the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Lithuania, the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, the Republic of Poland, the Portuguese Republic, Romania, the Slovak Republic, the Republic of Slovenia, the Kingdom of Spain, the Kingdom of Sweden, the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland-the Treaty establishing the European Community and the Member States of the European Union (hereinafter referred to as "Member States") and the European Community, of the other part;
Whereas Canada and the Member States are parties to the Convention on international civil aviation (open for signature at Chicago on 7 December 1944), together with the European Community;
Desiring to promote the development of aviation system based on airline competition in the market with the least possible state interference and regulation;
Desiring to promote their interests in the field of air transport;
Recognizing the importance of efficient air transport trade, tourism and investment promotion;
Desiring to improve air service;
Desiring to air transport to ensure the highest level of safety and security;
Pledging to use the possible benefits of regulatory cooperation, and, as far as the practical need to harmonise rules and approaches;
Recognizing the significant benefits that likely can provide a competitive air service and viable air transportation industry;
Desiring to promote competitive air transport environment, realizing that the potential benefits may not be able to provide, if airlines there is no level playing field;
Desiring to ensure airlines fair and equal opportunity to make the air services under this agreement;
Desiring to ensure the greatest possible benefits to passengers, shippers, airlines, airports and their staff, as well as others who derive indirect benefits;
Affirming the importance of environmental protection in international aviation policy development and implementation;
Pointing to the importance of protecting consumers and encouraging to provide appropriate level of consumer protection in the field of air transport;
Pointing to the importance of equity in the air transport sector for further development of air transport;
Desiring to conclude an air transport agreement in addition to the Convention, have agreed as follows.
1. Article titles and definitions used in this agreement the headings are for ease of reference only.
2. If not specified otherwise, in this agreement: a) "aeronautical authority" means any authority or person authorised by the parties to carry out the functions set out in this agreement;
(b) "air transport") is a regular air service passenger and cargo, including mail, separate or joint transportation routes specified in the agreement;
c) "agreement" means this agreement, its annex and each everyone of this agreement or its annexes amendment;
(d) ' air carrier ' shall mean an air carrier), which is designated and authorized in accordance with article 3 of this agreement;
e) "party" means Canada or the European Community and the Member States together or separately;
f) "Convention" means the Convention on international civil aviation, which was opened for signature at Chicago on 7 December 1944, and also includes any attachments, adopted under article 90 of that Convention and any amendment to the Convention or an annex adopted under article 90 of the Convention, and article 94, in so far as those annexes and amendments is approved by Canada and the Member States; and g) "territory" means, in the case of Canada, the land areas (Mainland and Islands), internal waters and territorial waters under national legislation, and it also includes the air space above the mentioned areas; The Member States of the European Community, this means the land areas (Mainland and Islands), internal waters and territorial waters covered by the Treaty establishing the European Community pursuant to the said agreement and any further conditions of the instrument, and it includes the air space above the mentioned areas; the application of this agreement to Gibraltar airport is understood to be without prejudice to the respective positions of the Kingdom of Spain and the United Kingdom the legal position with regard to the dispute over sovereignty over the territory in which the airport is situated, and the European Community aviation measures applied to the Gibraltar airport, which is in force between the Member States of 18 September 2006 in accordance with the ministerial statement on Gibraltar airport, on which agreement is reached in 2006 Córdoba on September 18.
2. Article award

1. each Party shall grant the other party the following rights for the airlines of the other party to perform air services: a) the right to fly across its territory without landing;
(b)) the right to settle on its territory non-commercial purposes;
(c) in so far as permitted by this Agreement), the right to land on its territory, the agreement contains the routes to take and released the passengers and loaded and unloaded the cargo, including mail, separately or in combination; and (d)) of this agreement other rights.
2. Each Party shall grant the other party well this article 1, point a (a)) and (b)) the rights referred to in those the airlines of the other party, other than those referred to in article 3 of this agreement (Assignment, authorization and cancellation).
Article 3 designation, authorisation and revocation 1. About this agreement comply with the orders, the parties recognise the authority of a licence or another form, issued by the other party to carry out air services under this agreement. The aeronautical authorities of either party request the other aeronautical authorities which have issued the license or other form of authorization, check the relevant licence or mandates.
2. on receipt of the prescribed form and procedure for the submission of the corresponding application of the designated airline of one party, the other party in accordance with its laws and regulations and with the least possible procedural delays in the authorisation granted to the airline and permission to make air service if the following conditions are met: (a) the air carrier complies with) the laws and regulations normally applied by aeronautical authorities of the Party granting the authorisation and permission;
(b) the air carrier complies with) to the appropriate power and authority of the laws of the granting party;
(c) Annex 2) respecting conditions, Canadian Airlines, the airline's actual control belongs to one or the other side of the citizens, the airline is licensed as a Canadian airline, and the airline's principal place of business in Canada; the Member State shall in the case of an airline carrier's actual control holds one or other of the parties, or in Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland, the airline is licensed as a community airline, and the airline's principal place of business is in a Member State; and (d)) the operation otherwise comply with the terms of this agreement.
3. a party may delay this article referred to in paragraph 2, the authority and permission, cancel and suspend existing powers or permissions, set permissions for those powers and operational conditions or restrictions or otherwise suspend or limit the airlines of the other party or the operations of air carriers if the air carrier does not comply with the provisions of paragraph 2, or where a party has observed that in the territory of the other party existing conditions do not satisfy the conditions for fair competition and in accordance with article 14 (competitive environment) point 5 of its airline or airlines put in a disadvantageous position or become It (they) substantial damage.
4. in paragraph 3 of this article the said rights are used only after negotiations in the Joint Committee, unless immediate action is needed to prevent the referred to in paragraph 2, the laws or unless handled according to article 6 (Civil Aviation Safety) and article 7 (aviation security) to ensure safety and security.
Article 4 Each Party shall permit investment that full ownership of its airlines owns Canadian or nationals of the Member State or Member States pursuant to annex 2 to this agreement.
Article 5 application of laws each Party shall require: (a)) to airlines arrivals, departures or staying in the territory of the other party, comply with the laws, regulations and procedures for the international aircraft involved in the air intake, the stay in its territory and from its departure, or in case such aircraft and navigation; and (b)) to airlines, passengers, crew members and cargo, including mail, shippers or passengers, crew and cargo, including mail, the sender name, flying over the territory of a party, or a stay at the arrivals and departures from it, comply with the laws and regulations of that party in respect of the carriage of passengers, crew and cargo, including mail, reception, residence in the territory of the party and exit from it (such as entry, inspection, transit, civil aviation security , immigration, passports, customs and quarantine rules). The application of these regulations, in similar circumstances, each Party shall apply to airlines that are no less favourable, as it relates to their airlines or any other airline, which carried out similar international air services.
6. Article 1 of Civil aviation safety. the parties reaffirm the importance of the close cooperation between the civil aviation safety. To this end, the Parties shall engage in further cooperation, including in the field of air transport, in particular to ensure the exchange of information which may affect the safety of international air navigation, to participate in the monitoring activities of the other party or the implementation of common measures of supervision of civil aviation safety and to develop joint projects and initiatives, including with third countries. This cooperation developed, Canada and the European Community civil aviation safety agreement, concluded in Prague on 6 May 2009, in relation to that agreement included questions.
2. certificates of airworthiness, certificates of competency and licenses issued or recognised as valid by one party, namely, the aeronautical authorities in accordance with Civil aviation safety agreement between Canada and the European Community provisions applicable to the other party and its aeronautical authorities shall accept as valid air traffic, if such certificates or licenses were issued or recognised as valid in accordance at least with the standards set out in the Convention.

3. If the privileges or conditions granted in paragraph 2 above, such licences or certificates, which on the one hand the aeronautical authorities shall issue to a person, or for the airline air service using aircraft, a difference that is below the minimum standards of the Convention, and if these differences are established in the international civil aviation organisation, or if these institutions apply standard or standards that are higher than the standards of the Convention, or different from those then the other party may request the parties within the Joint Committee to investigate the practice. Until consensus is reached in the negotiations, and under the licence and the mutual recognition of licences for the screen, the Parties shall continue to recognize the certificates and licenses that are accepted as valid by the aeronautical authority of the other party. If Canada and the European Community civil aviation safety agreement concluded in Prague on 6 May 2009, contains provisions on the licence and the mutual recognition of licences, both parties shall apply these rules.
4. under the applicable laws of Canada and the European Community civil aviation safety agreement, concluded in Prague on 6 May 2009, in relation to the matters covered by the agreement the parties undertake to ensure the licence and the mutual recognition of licences.
5. the party or its aviation authorities may at any time ask to negotiate with the other party or its air navigation authorities maintained and managed on the safety standards and requirements. If, after such consultation, the party or its aviation authorities which requested the conversation, conclude that the other party or its respective aeronautical authorities in these areas does not effectively maintain and administer safety standards and a requirement that, unless provided otherwise, meet at least the minimum standards laid down in the Convention for that party, or the aviation authorities shall be informed of the findings and the measures necessary to ensure compliance with those minimum standards. If the party concerned or the aviation authorities shall take the necessary corrective actions within fifteen (15) days or such other period specified in, the party or its aviation authorities requested that the talks shall be entitled to cancel, suspend or limit the authorisations or technical permissions or otherwise suspend or limit the airline services that monitor the safety of the other party or its aviation authorities.
6. Each party acknowledges that any aircraft that is operated by an airline of one party or which is operated on behalf of the air carrier and located in the territory of the other party, the other aeronautical authority is authorised to carry out ramp checks to verify that the aircraft and its crew, the validity of the relevant documents, as well as the aircraft and its equipment, unless the external condition of the test does not cause unreasonable delay of the aircraft.
7. If the platform test one side air navigation authority finds that the aircraft or the operation of the aircraft does not meet during the period applicable in accordance with the Convention and the minimum standards or that the relevant time period in force and in accordance with the safety standards laid down in the Convention are not sufficiently effective to maintain and manage, the aeronautical authorities of the party informs the other aeronautical authorities responsible for monitoring airline safety who operates the aircraft, on the conclusions and the measures necessary to ensure compliance with those minimum standards. If the necessary improvements will not take fifteen (15) day period, you can cancel, suspend or limit the authorisations or technical permissions or otherwise suspend or limit the aircraft in the airline's operations. exploitative Such a decision may be made, even if you are denied access to the ramp inspection.
8. Each Party shall, through its aviation authorities have the right to immediate action, including the right to cancel, suspend or limit the authorisations or technical permissions or otherwise suspend or limit the airlines of the other party, if the transport they concluded that such a decision is necessary in order to prevent the direct threat to civil aviation safety. If it is practical, the Party decides to take such measures before then consult with the other party.
9. the party or its aviation authority stopped all measures taken under this article 5, 7 and 8, if lost the justification of measures.
Article 7 aviation security 1. rights and obligations of the parties set out in international law, the parties reaffirm that the mutual obligation to protect the security of civil aviation against illegal activities is an integral part of this agreement.
2. Without prejudice to international law the rights and obligations of general applicability, especially the Parties Act in accordance with the following documents: Convention on offences and certain other acts committed on board aircraft, Tokyo, 14 September 1963, the Convention for the unlawful seizure of aircraft, the Hague, 16 December 1970, the Convention for the fight against illegal activities that jeopardise the security of civil aviation Montreal, 23 September 1971, Protocol for the Suppression of unlawful acts of violence at airports serving international aviation, signed in Montreal on 24 February 1988, the Convention on the marking of plastic explosives for the purpose of detection, Montreal March 1, 1991, and any other multilateral agreement on civil aviation security, which defines the obligations of the parties.
3. a party upon request, furnish the other party with all the assistance necessary to prevent illegal civil seizure of aircraft or other unlawful acts that endanger aircraft, passengers and crew members, airport and air navigation safety of objects, as well as any other threat to the security of civil aviation.

4. the Parties shall act in accordance with the civil aviation security provisions established by the International Civil Aviation Organization and contained in the Convention on international civil aviation as far as those annexes security provisions are applicable to the parties. Parties requesting their records include aircraft operators, aircraft operators, whose principal place of business or permanent headquarters in its territory and in the territory of the airport operators to operate in accordance with the aforementioned civil aviation safety rules. Accordingly, at the request of a party, the other party shall communicate to it any differences between its rules and practices and the annexes referred to in this paragraph included in civil aviation security standards, if such differences exceed or complement these standards and are relevant to other operators. Each party may at any time ask for negotiations to be carried out without undue delay, to discuss any of these differences with the other party.
5. taking into account the full and mutual respect for the sovereignty of States, each party agrees that to this article mentioned in paragraph 4 of the aircraft operator could enter, or stay in the territory, they should observe the above mentioned other civil aviation safety rules. Each Party shall, within its territory and ensure effective measures to protect aircraft and perform passenger, crew, luggage, hand luggage, cargo, mail and aircraft inventory security checks before embarkation or loading aircraft.
6. the parties agree to bring the parties ' mutual recognition of safety standards and the close cooperation of mutual quality control measures. The parties also agree to develop, where appropriate, provision for "one stop" security control for flights between the parties, each party acting on them; the measure means transit, transit baggage and/or transit cargo release from repeated security checks. To this end, the Parties shall establish administrative arrangements to discuss the existing and planned civil aviation security measures and on cooperation and information exchange in connection with the implementation of quality control measures. In accordance with that party's administrative policy discusses the planned security measures in respect of the operators located in the territory of the other party.
7. Each Party shall, as far as practicable, shall make all other requests to take reasonable security measures to prevent the threat to an individual or for separate flights flight series.
8. the parties agree to cooperate in the field of security checks, which they carried out in the territory of either party, implementing mechanisms, including administrative procedures, mutual exchange of information on the results of security checks. The parties undertake to examine requests for sympathetic observer to participate in the other security checks carried out.
9. If the civil aviation aircraft is illegal or if there is a hostage incident, threat, or other illegal activities, which endanger an aircraft, its passengers and crew members, airport and air navigation safety of objects, the Parties shall provide mutual assistance in facilitating communications and other appropriate measures to quickly and safely end such incidents or threats.
10. If a party has reason to believe that the other party has not adhered to the provisions of this article, it shall, through their competent authorities, may require negotiations. Such negotiations must start within fifteen (15) days after receipt of the request. If fifteen (15) days after the beginning of the negotiations has not been agreed, acceptable conversation requesting party may suspend, cancel or suspend an airline of the other party to identify the said powers or powers under operational conditions. In case of emergency or to prevent the further provisions of this article, a party considers that the other party has not adhered to the provisions of this article may at any time take appropriate provisional measures.
11. Without prejudice to cases where immediate action is required to protect the safety of transport, the parties confirm that, when considering the introduction of security measures, the party has to assess the possible adverse economic and functional effects on the operation of air services under this agreement and, to the extent permitted by law, the following factors shall be taken into account in determining the necessary and appropriate measures to address the security issue.
Article 8 customs duties, other taxes and levies 1. as far as possible in accordance with the national laws and regulations, each Party shall, in accordance with the principle of reciprocity, exempt the airlines of the other party from all import restrictions, property and capital taxes, customs duties, excise taxes and similar fees and charges imposed by these parties and not related to the cost of services for aircraft used by the air carrier's international air services This aircraft, enabling equipment, fuel, lubricants, maintenance of aerodrome equipment, consumables, spare parts (including engines), aircraft items (including, but not limited to, food, drinks and alcoholic beverages, tobacco and other products during the flight in limited quantities is intended for sale to passengers or passengers use) and other products intended for use or used only in connection with international air transport aircraft involved in the operation or maintenance.
2. as far as possible in accordance with national law and in accordance with the reciprocity principle in paragraph 1 of this article, these taxes, duties, levies and charges, excluding payments related to the cost of the service provided, the Parties shall not extend to: (a) aircraft) for items that are imported or delivered to a party and a reasonable quantity loaded for use in the other departing airline aircraft used in international air transport even if these items are intended to be used in the flight phase, which will take place over the territory of that party;
b) aerodrome equipment and spare parts (including engines) introduced into the territory of that party, to service, maintenance or repair of other Airlines aircraft used for international air services, as well as computer equipment and passenger or freight service or security checks for the required components;

(c) fuel, lubricants) and maintenance consumables, imported or supplied in the territory of the other party for the use of the airline's aircraft to be used in international air transportation, even when these materials will be used in the flight phase, which takes place over the said territory; and;
(d)), printed materials, including airline tickets, ticket covers international air waybills and other related promotional materials that the airline distributed free of charge.
3. the dimensions of the aircraft, as well as materials and supplies, which are typically stored in the aircraft used by an air carrier of one party may be unloaded in the territory of the other party only with the permission of the Customs authorities. In that case, you can request a transfer of these materials under their supervision for a period up to their repeated removal or other disposal in accordance with the customs rules.
4. the exemption referred to in this article, even if the airlines of one party have contracted with another airline the contract to which the other party has granted the same exemptions to the territory of the other party or this article passed a rented 1. and 2. the products referred to in point.
5. This agreement does not alter the conclusion between the Member States and Canada, current provisions of agreements on the income and capital tax elimination of double taxation.
Article 9 statistics 1. Each Party shall provide the other party in the statutory statistics and, upon request, other available statistical information that may be necessary to examine the air performance.
2. the Parties shall cooperate in the Joint Committee, in order to improve the exchange of the statistical information needed for monitoring development of air traffic.
Article 10 consumer interests 1. Both parties recognize the importance of protection of consumers ' interests and respecting the principle of non-discrimination, can make themselves or ask the airlines to take reasonable and proportionate measures with respect to the following matters (but not only): a) the requirements for airlines avansēt funds;
b) initiative to compensate in the event of boarding being denied;
c) refunds to passengers;
d) aircraft actually based air carrier's identity public notification;
e) your airline financial adequacy;
(f) civil liability insurance) passenger injury; and (g)) the provision of access measures.
2. the parties undertake, within the Joint Committee to consult each other on issues of consumers ' interests, including the planned measures in order to achieve a harmonised approach.
Article 11 Airports, aviation and services availability of objects 1. each of the parties in developing modalities of use, ensure that the airlines of the other party, without discrimination, to use the airport, air routes, air traffic control and air navigation services, the civil aviation security services, ground handling and other related items and services provided in the territory of the party concerned.
2. To the extent possible, the Parties shall take all measures necessary to ensure effective access to the facilities and services, subject to the legal, operational and physical restrictions and based on fair and equal opportunities, as well as access authorisation procedure.
3. each Party shall ensure that the procedures, guidelines and regulations relating to the management of its slots at airports in the territory of a non-discriminatory, applied in an efficient and transparent manner.
4. If a party considers that the other party violates this article, it may notify its opinion and ask the other party to hold consultations in accordance with article 17 (Joint Committee) of paragraph 4.
12. Article charges for airports, aviation services and 1. Each Party shall ensure that, for the use by the competent authorities or bodies may be determined by the airlines of the other party on the provision of air navigation and air traffic control services, be fair, proportionate, related to the cost and without undue discrimination. In any case, any such user charges for air carriers of the other party shall be calculated in accordance with the conditions which are no less favourable than the most favourable terms available to any other airline.
2. each Party shall ensure that for the use by the competent authorities in charge of payments or structure can be imposed on the airlines of the other party, the airport, the civil aviation security service and related facilities and services is fair, reasonable, and without undue discrimination is objectively divided between categories of users. Such payments can be reflected, but may not exceed the full cost of that payment to the competent control authorities or bodies on the airport and civil aviation security and the provision of services at the airport or within the airport system. Such payments may include a reasonable return on assets, after deduction of the depreciation amount. Equipment and services, as determined by the amount of the user charge, provides efficient and economical. In any case, these payments to the airlines of the other party, subject to the conditions for the calculation, which is no less favourable than the most favourable conditions, which at the time of the calculation of the payment is available to any other airline.
3. Each Party shall encourage consultations between the competent authorities in charge of payments or structures which are situated within its territory and the airlines or their agencies that use objects and services as well as encourage the competent authorities in charge of the payments or the structure and representation of the airlines or their mutual exchange of information that would be needed to ensure the accurate review of the reasonableness of the payments in accordance with article 1 and 2 of the principles set out in. Each Party shall encourage the competent authorities in charge of payments or structure to provide users with reasonable notice of any proposals to change the usage fee before making changes to enable these institutions to take into account the views expressed by the users.
4. the dispute settlement procedures, implemented under article 21 (settlement of disputes), no party is not considered guilty of infringements of the provisions of this article, except when it: a) a reasonable period of time does not review or practice which is the subject of other complaints received; or

(b) after such review does not) take any measures it may take to offset the payment practice that is contrary to the provisions of this article.
Article 13 the business guidelines 1. Each Party shall ensure fair and equal opportunity for the airlines of the other party to perform air services under this agreement.
Capacity 2. Each Party shall allow each airline to the other depending on its commercial considerations in the market determine their frequency and air traffic capacity, which it offers in accordance with this agreement. Not one party unilaterally restrict the volume of traffic, frequency or periodicity of shipments, or down the aircraft type or types, used by the airlines of the other party, and does not require the other airline's flight schedule, registered corporate travel programs or action plans, unless this is necessary for technical, operational, or environmental (local air quality and noise) reasons under uniform conditions, in accordance with article 15 of the Convention.
3. (a) the code share) subject to the regulations, which each party will normally apply such measures, any airline of the other party may agree to: (i)) offer air services on fixed routes, selling services with your own code on the flights provided by Canada or by a Member State or a third country and/or airline and/or a national carrier that provides transportation by land and sea;
(ii) carriage with another) airline code if the aeronautical authority of the party by the other airline to sell services with your own code on the flights by the airlines of the parties.
b) party may require that all airlines involved in code-sharing, the appropriate permission to perform air services on the route concerned.
(c)) that the aircraft-based airline is not entitled to carry with a different airline codes, cannot justify the parties denied permission to make this article 3, point a (a)) (i)) part specified in code share services.
(d)) the parties require that all airlines involved in code sharing operations, ensure that passengers be informed about the identity of the carrier and of the mode of transport that will be used in each stage of the flight.
Room service on Earth 4. each party to the other airline, which operates a service in its territory: (a) the authorisation) in accordance with the principle of reciprocity to make their service on the ground in the territory of that party, or on its own initiative fully or partially receive service on the ground of a member of the party in question is authorised by the competent authority to provide such services; and (b)) to provide service to the ground other airlines that use the same airport, unless they are authorized to provide such services and shall comply with the relevant laws and regulations.
5. paragraph 4 of this article, (a)) and (b)), set out in subparagraphs rights may apply only to physical or operational limitations, relating mainly to the airport safety and security considerations. All limits are applied uniformly and in accordance with conditions that are no less favourable than the most favourable conditions are granted in a national airline that restrictions are involved in similar international air services.
Airline representatives 6. each Party shall allow: (a)) other airlines in accordance with the principle of reciprocity, to import and to employ its representatives in its territory and the commercial management, sales, technical, operational and other employees necessary for the provision of services;
(b)) other airline at its discretion to provide employees from its own staff or use services provided by any other organization, company or airline operating in the territory of the party, and is authorised to provide such services to other airlines; and (c)) the other airlines to establish offices in the territory of the air transport and related services, advertising, and sales.
7. Each Party shall require an airline of the other party representatives and employees to comply with its laws and regulations. According to the regulations: (a) each party possible) short period of time granted to this article 6, paragraph representatives and employees work permits, entry visas or other similar documents; and (b)) each party facilitates and speeds up the work permit procedure for employees who take certain temporary duties for a period not exceeding ninety (90) days.
Sales, domestic expenditure and transfers of funds 8. each Party shall permit airlines of the other party: (a)) at its discretion, directly or with the agents involved in the sale of air transportation in its territory and to sell services in the area use currency or, at the discretion of the airlines, freely convertible currencies in other countries, and any person is entitled to purchase such air services airline specific currencies;
(b)) its territory pay for local expenses, including for fuel in local currency or, at the discretion of the air carrier, in a freely convertible currency; and (c)) on demand to convert and transfer the normal progress of work the money to foreign countries. Cash conversion and transfer is permitted without restrictions or delays and under foreign exchange market rates, which exists at the time when the transfer request is submitted, and these transactions apply only to regular payments for the following banking services.
Mixed transport 9. each Party shall permit airlines that carry out: (a)) combined carriage of passengers – with air transport services use by land or water. The services that air carriers can provide with surface transport services provider, or choose to do the same;

b) freight transport – with air unrestricted use of freight transport by land or water to any party or in the territories of third countries existing points or from them, including transportation to all airports, which provides customs services, and from them, and, where appropriate, in accordance with the existing laws and regulations to exercise the right to transport goods for which duty has not been paid; cargo transported by surface transport or air transport, offers you the opportunity to use the airport customs procedures and facilities; the surface transport manual pursuant to the regulatory State transport legislation, or provide them with other surface transportation providers, including using surface transportation by the airline of any other State; and (c)) mixed shipments-offering air services together with surface transport for a single price, provided that passengers and cargo consignors not mislead about the nature of the transport operation.
Price fixing 10. Parties allow airlines free to set prices based on free and fair competition. Not one of the parties does not apply unilateral measures against any price fixing or maintenance of international transport to or from its territory.
11. the Parties shall not be required to record prices for air navigation authorities.
12. the parties permits the aeronautical authorities to discuss issues of unfair, disproportionate and discriminatory pricing, as well as other issues.
Computerised reservation systems 13. Parties in their territories fair and non-discriminatory the legislation relating to computerised booking system.
Franchise and label 14. each party's airlines can perform air services under this agreement, subject to the franchise and the labelling agreements with companies, including airlines, if the air carrier providing air services, has received the permission to carry the route concerned, have met the national legislative provisions and has received the approval by aeronautical authorities.
Rental of aircraft with crew 15. air operations in accordance with this agreement, the airlines of the parties can use other airlines (including other airlines, if aviation authorities are authorized by it), the aircraft and its crew if the air operator of the airline and the aircraft operator has the necessary authority to operate. The case laid down in this paragraph, the airline operating the aircraft does not need permission to carry the prescribed route.
Corporate travel/non-regular flights to 16. provisions laid down in article 4 of this agreement, the (investment), article 5 (application of laws), article 6 (Civil Aviation Safety), article 7 (aviation security), article 8 (customs duties, other taxes and charges), article 9 (statistics), article 10 (consumer), article 11 (airport, aviation and the availability of services), article 12 (payments for airports, aviation and services), article 13 (business guidelines) , article 14 (competitive environment), article 15 (air traffic management), article 17 (Joint Committee) and article 18 (environment), applies to both Charter and scheduled flights, not by the air carrier of one party shall be carried out on the territory of the other party and from it.
17. the authorisations and Permissions Granted by the carrier's receipt of the application of the Charter and not the regular flight operations the Parties Act possible without unnecessary delays.
14. Article 1 of the competitive environment. the parties confirm that their common goal is to ensure fair competition environment air transport. The parties recognize that fair competition is possible airline, if the airline operates in accordance with the principles of business and does not receive government subsidies. The parties recognise that a fair competitive environment there are a number of critical factors, such as, but not limited to, the conditions of the privatisation of airlines distorts competition, the abolition of subsidies, equal and non-discriminatory access to airport facilities, services and computerized reservation systems.
2. If a party finds that the other party's territory there are circumstances that may adversely affect the fair competition environment and the performance of the airline air services under this agreement, the other party may submit his observations. In addition, it may be asked to convene a meeting of the Joint Committee. The parties agree that the extent to which respect the conditions of the agreement on competition, environment, subsidies or other measures implementing the intervention is a legitimate question that should be discussed in the Joint Committee.
3. issues that can be discussed in connection with article 14, is a public body, the cross-subsidization of equity investments, grants, guarantees, ownership, tax relief or exemption from taxes, bankruptcy protection or insurance, by the competent national authorities. Pursuant to paragraph 4 of article 14, the party receiving the notice, the other party may apply to the competent national bodies in the territory of the other party, including the national, regional or local authorities to discuss this article.
4. The parties acknowledge the competition supervisory cooperation, as demonstrated by the agreement between the Government of Canada and the European communities regarding the application of their competition laws, concluded in Bonn June 17, 1999.
5. If, after consultation within the Joint Committee the party considers that article 14, paragraph 2, conditions still exist and can cause considerable harm or damage its airline or airlines, it can act accordingly. A party may proceed in accordance with this paragraph, if the Joint Committee decision is determined by the procedures and criteria for such action or if one year has elapsed since the parties of this Agreement shall apply provisionally if it enters into force. To any activity carried out on the basis of this paragraph must be appropriate, proportionate and limited in scope and time, to the extent absolutely necessary. It must be aimed only against the structure, benefiting from the conditions referred to in paragraph 2, and without prejudice to either party's right to take in article 21 (settlement of disputes).
Article 15 air traffic management

The Parties shall cooperate in the monitoring of safety and air traffic management-related policy issues in order to improve the overall efficiency, reduce the cost and increase the reliability of existing systems and power. The Parties shall encourage their national air navigation service providers to continue cooperation in the field of interoperability, to more closely integrate the two parties ' systems, reduce the environmental impact of aviation and share information when it is needed.
Article 16 assignment and the continuation of the activities of the mandate 1. any Member State or the airline of Canada, which is a valid assignment, which the State has granted pursuant to the air transport agreement with Canada, that this Agreement replaces, is considered an air service designated airline.
2. any Member State or the airline of Canada, which has been issued by aeronautical authorities of a party to the licence or mandates that the entry into force of this agreement the date is valid for carriage in accordance with this agreement to the new or amended license or authorisation for issue of stores its rights and is considered to be authorized to carry out air services under this agreement.
3. The provisions of this article shall not preclude a party which is not a carrier of this article 1 and referred to in paragraph 2, be seconded to the airline and get a mandate to carry out air services.
17. Article 1 of the Joint Committee of this agreement, the Parties shall establish a Committee consisting of representatives of the parties (hereinafter referred to as "the Joint Committee").
2. the Joint Committee shall determine the aviation authorities and other competent authorities, which are responsible for the matters set out in this agreement, and facilitating communication between them.
3. the Joint Committee meets as required and at least once a year. Any party may request a meeting.
4. a party may also ask to convene a meeting of the Joint Committee to discuss any matter relating to the interpretation or application of the agreement and to try to resolve the other concerns. Such a meeting should take place as soon as possible, but not later than two months after receipt of the request for the convening of the hearing, unless the parties decide otherwise.
5. the Joint Committee shall take decisions in the cases when the agreement expressly provides.
6. the Joint Committee shall promote cooperation between the parties and may consider any matter related to this agreement or its implementation, including: a) to review market conditions affecting the provision of air services in accordance with this agreement;
(b)), to exchange information, including advising on changes in national legislation and policies affecting the functioning of the agreement;
(c)) to consider potential areas where agreement is possible, including further development of evaluation recommendations for amendments to the agreement;
(d)) to provide recommendations on the conditions, procedures, and amendments required to the new Member States to become parties to this agreement; and e) discuss with investment, ownership and control issues and approve the conditions for progressive allocation of traffic rights in accordance with Annex 2 to this agreement.
7. the Joint Committee shall develop cooperation and facilitate the exchange of views of experts about new legislative or regulatory initiatives.
8. the Joint Committee shall by decision adopt its rules of procedure.
9. All decisions of the Joint Committee adopted a consensus way.
Article 18 environment 1. the parties recognise the importance of environmental protection, international aviation policy development and implementation.
2. Without prejudice to the rights and obligations of the parties under international law and Convention, each party its sovereign jurisdiction have the right to make and enforce adequate measures for air transport environmental impact mitigation, provided that such measures apply irrespective of nationality.
3. the parties recognise that international aviation policy development should carefully consider the environmental cost of the measures and their resulting benefits. If the party is considering a specific environmental protection measures, it is necessary to assess the measure the possible negative effect on the rights set out in this agreement, and if such measures apply, must also take the necessary measures to mitigate the negative impacts.
4. the parties recognise 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.
5. developing environmental protection measures must comply with the environmental standards of aviation by the International Civil Aviation Organization has identified in the annexes to the Convention, unless it is registered.
6. the parties undertake to consult each other on environmental issues, including on planned measures that can significantly affect international air services under this agreement to help ensure a coherent approach. Negotiations shall commence within 30 days of receipt of the request or call another time, if the parties have agreed.
19. Article 1 of the employment issues. the parties recognise that it is essential to discuss the impact of this agreement on labour force, employment and working conditions.
2. Any party may request a meeting of the Joint Committee shall be convened in accordance with article 17, to discuss the paragraph 1 of this article, the employment referred to in the question.
Article 20 international cooperation between the parties in the Joint Committee, in accordance with article 17 can submit questions related to: a) air transport and international organisations;
(b) any change in the party) and other countries in the field of air transport; and c) bilateral and multilateral agreements, development trends, including, if possible, proposals for developing a coordinated position in these areas.
Article 21 settlement of disputes 1. If the parties to a dispute about the interpretation or application of this agreement, they must first try to find a solution to the Joint Committee of the official negotiations. Unless the parties decide otherwise, the formal negotiations begin as soon as possible and, apart from article 17, paragraph 4, shall, not later than 30 days after receipt of the written request, submitted by one party to the other party, referring to this article.
2. If the dispute is not resolved within 60 days after receiving the request, the official negotiations, they can be sent for decision to some person or organization, the parties by mutual agreement. If the parties agree, the dispute at the request of either party, be submitted to arbitration with three arbitrators, in accordance with the following procedures.

3. at the request of ADR for each party to the dispute within 30 days by an independent arbitrator. Arbitrators nominated by the parties in the next 45 days to agree on the appointment of the third arbitrator. If either party fails to nominate an arbitrator within the time limit or if the third arbitrator is not appointed within the prescribed period, either party may ask the International Civil Aviation Organization, the President of the Council to appoint an arbitrator or arbitrators, if necessary. If the President is a national of one of the parties to the dispute, the arbitrator shall be appointed in the highest Vice-Chairman who are not nationals of the parties to the dispute referred. The third arbitrator shall always be a third country national, must assume the duties of the President of the arbitral tribunal and the arbitration venue.
4. the Arbitration Tribunal shall determine its own rules of proceedings and procedural terms.
5. at the request of a party, the Tribunal may order the other party to the dispute to exercise temporary corrective measures until a final arbitration award.
6. The Tribunal shall endeavour to provide a written ruling of 180 days after the resolution of the dispute in the receipt of the request. Ruling of the arbitral tribunal shall decide by a majority of the.
7. If the arbitral tribunal decides that the agreement has been violated and the responsible party is not prevented or infringement is not reached agreement with the other party on a mutually agreed solution within 30 days after the notification of the arbitration award, the other party to the dispute resolution time may suspend the provision of equivalent benefits under this agreement.
8. the costs of the arbitration in equal shares shall be borne by the parties to the dispute.
9. for the purposes set out in this article, the European Community and the Member States cooperate.
Article 22 amendments, the parties can mutually agree on amendments to this agreement after the talks, which take place in accordance with article 17 of this agreement (Joint Committee). Amendments shall enter into force in accordance with the provisions of article 23 (entry into force and provisional application).
Article 23 entry into force and provisional application 1. this Agreement shall enter into force one month after the last diplomatic notes, in which the parties confirm that the completion of all necessary procedures for the agreement to enter into force. The communications in the European Community and its Member States shall designate the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union. Canada shall provide the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union diplomatic note (s) (s) addressed to the European Community and its Member States and the General Secretariat of the Council of the European Union shall submit to Canada by the European Community and its Member States a diplomatic note. The European Community and its Member States diplomatic note or notes are included in all Member States, confirming the completion of the procedures necessary for the entry into force of this agreement.
2. Without prejudice to paragraph 1 of this article, the parties agree to provisionally apply this agreement in accordance with their national legislation from the first day of the month following the date when the last note is sent, by which the Parties notify each other of the provisional application of the agreement of the relevant national procedures have been completed.
Article 24 termination the parties may at any time in writing to the diplomatic channels to the other party notice of its decision to terminate this agreement. The message is to be forwarded simultaneously to the International Civil Aviation Organization and the United Nations Secretariat. Agreement shall terminate one (1) year after the other party has received the above-mentioned notification, unless by mutual agreement notice of termination has not been revoked before that date. If you have not received notification of the other party, notification may be considered to be received fourteen (14) days after the date of this notification is received by the International Civil Aviation Organization and the United Nations Secretariat.
Article 25 of this agreement, the registration agreement and any amendments thereto after its entry into force shall register the International Civil Aviation Organization and the United Nations Secretariat in accordance with the United Nations Charter, article 102. The second party shall inform about registration as soon as approved by the International Civil Aviation Organization and the United Nations Secretariat.
Article 26 relationship to other agreements 1. If the parties become another multilateral agreement the parties or approved by the International Civil Aviation Organization or other international intergovernmental organisations make a decision that touches on the questions contained in this agreement, they shall hold consultations within the Joint Committee to determine, as far as multilateral agreement or decision shall affect this agreement and that this agreement should be revised to take account of these circumstances.
2. Article 23 of the agreement (entry into force and provisional application) referred to in paragraph 2, the provisional application of the agreement to be suspended during the bilateral agreements listed in the annex, other than Annex 2 to this agreement, as provided in. The entry into force of the agreement in accordance with paragraph 1 of article 23, it replaces the agreement of all relevant listed in annex 3 of the bilateral agreements, while respecting this agreement set out in annex 2.
In witness whereof, the Plenipotentiaries have signed this agreement.
PREPARED in duplicate at Brussels this seventeenth day of December 2009, the Bulgarian, Czech, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Maltese, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Slovak, Slovenian, Spanish and Swedish languages, all versions being equally authentic.
Annex 1: list of routes 1. This agreement article 2 1 point c) needs of each party will permit other airlines to carry the following routes: (a)) Canadian Airlines: points beyond Canada's border points in Canada intermediate points — — Member States and within Member States-points behind the borders of the Member States;
(b)): the European Community air carriers of Member States borders beyond the point — the point in the Member States: — intermediate points in Canada and points in the Canadian Interior, beyond the borders of Canada.
2. Each party's airlines in any or all flights a flight of your choice, you can: (a)) take flight in one or both directions;
(b)) combined different flight numbers within one aircraft in flight;

c) serve points before the parties and beyond, intermediate points and points in the territories of the parties in any combination and order.
(d)) to skip a stop point or points;
(e)) at any point in the transfer flight from one of its aircraft to another of its aircraft without restriction on aircraft type or number;
f) serve points behind any point in the territory of the party, changing or altering the aircraft or flight number, as well as offer and advertise these services to the public as direct shipping;
g) make any tranzītnolaišano point, located in the territory of each party or outside it;
(h)) to make a transit through intermediate points and within the territory of the other party;
I) combine in one transport aircraft, irrespective of the origin of shipments; and (j)) to provide services using a code share agreement under article 13 (business guidelines) (3);
without directional or geographic limitation and without loss of the right to carry out transport operations that are otherwise permitted under this agreement.
2. measures to ensure access of rights section 1 ownership and control of airlines of both parties 1. Without prejudice to article 4 (investment), all the other parties, national ownership of the airlines is allowed, the parties, in accordance with the principle of reciprocity to the extent permitted by Canadian national laws on foreign investment in airlines.
2. Without prejudice to article 3 of this agreement (Assignment, authorization and cancellation) of paragraph 2 (c)) and article 4 (investment) to the ownership and control of airlines subject to the provisions set out below, which replaces article 3 (designation, authorisation and revocation) paragraph 2 (c)) until section 2 of this annex, paragraph 2 c) and (d)) that is determined by the legislation of the other order: "Canadian Airlines, the airline's major part of ownership and control is in fact Canadian nationals , the airline is licensed as a Canadian airline, and the airline's principal place of business is located in Canada; the Member State shall in the case of an airline carrier's essential part of ownership and control in fact belongs to the Member States, Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway or Switzerland nationals, airline is licensed as a community airline, and the airline's principal place of business in a Member State ".
section 2 the progressive availability of traffic rights 1 2 of this section above the parties ' airline traffic rights shall be exercised in accordance with operational flexibility, assigned to them by paragraph 2 of annex 1.
2. Without prejudice to the agreement listed in annex 1 of the traffic rights: a) if both parties ' national legislation allows that the parties by airlines of the other party's nationals owned and controlled by up to 25 percent of the voting shares, the following rights: (i)) Canadian Airlines combined passenger-cargo rights to provide international services between any points in Canada and any points in the Member States; Community air carriers, the right to provide air services between any points in the Member States and any point in Canada. In addition, as regards the combined passenger and cargo airlines to the parties have the right to provide international services to and from points in third countries via any points in this territory, changing or altering the aircraft or flight number, as well as offer and advertise these services as direct shipping;
(ii) the airlines of both parties) as regards carriage of goods — the right to provide international services between points in the territory of the other party and points in third countries, together with the transport between points in its territory and the points in the territory of the other party;
III) both of our airlines combined passenger and cargo-operating rights under bilateral air transport agreements between Canada and the Member States listed in section 1 of annex 3, and operation of the rights laid down in the previously applicable between Canada and the Member States, as set out in section 2 of annex 3. In connection with this part in fifth-freedom rights are cancelled all restrictions except the geographic constraints, as well as restrictions on the number of points and the frequency of transport; and iv) greater certainty, i) and (ii) of this paragraph) the rights referred to in this agreement, granted a provisional application or entry into force is not effective in a bilateral agreement or arrangement, or if the agreement, which was in force immediately before the provisional application of this agreement or the entry into force, are not as extensive as i) and (ii) of this paragraph) the rights referred to in part.
(b)) if both parties national legislation allows that the parties by airlines of the other party's nationals owned and controlled up to 49 percent of voting shares, then in addition to paragraph 2 (a)) those rights the following rights: (i)) for the combined passenger and cargo airlines of both parties is available on the fifth freedom rights at any intermediate, and Canadian airlines — between any points in the Member States and any points in the other Member States , provided that in the case of carriage of Canadian Airlines also includes a point in Canada, but in the case of Community air carriers any point in any Member State;
II) combined passenger and cargo airlines of Canada fifth-freedom rights are available between any points any points in the Member States and Morocco, Switzerland, in the European economic area and other European common aviation area; and (iii)) in respect of the carriage of goods by air to which the parties are not required to serve any point in the territory of that party, have the right to provide international services between points in the territory of the other party and points in third countries.
c) if both parties State laws permit nationals of the other party to establish their territory in local and international airlines air service, then, in accordance with article 17 of this agreement (Joint Committee) of paragraph 5, paragraph 6) and e of point 9 in addition to paragraph 2 (a)) and (b)) those rights the following rights:

I) combined passenger and cargo airlines of both parties without a frequency constraint is available on fifth-freedom rights for flights to points outside the territory of the parties;
d) if both parties ' national legislation allows that the parties fully owned by airlines of the other party in the nationals and is fully controlled, and if both parties permit the full application of annex 1, in accordance with article 17 of this agreement (Joint Committee) of paragraph 5, paragraph 6 e) and paragraph 9 and after approval of the parties, they shall be in accordance with its procedural order, the above provisions of annex 2 shall lapse and should apply the provisions of annex 1.
3. the annex to the bilateral agreements BETWEEN Canada and the European Community Member States section 1 as provided for in article 26 of this agreement, this Agreement shall be suspended or replaced such bilateral Canada and concluded agreements of the Member States: a) the Republic of Austria: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Austrian Federal Government on air transport, signed on June 22, 1993;
(b)) the Kingdom of Belgium: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Belgium on air transport, signed on 13 May 1986;
c) Czech Republic: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Czech Republic on air transport, signed on March 13, 1996; Exchange of notes amending the agreement, signed in 2004, 28 April and 28 June 2004;
(d)), the Kingdom of Denmark: agreement between Canada and Denmark on air transport between the two countries, signed on 13 December 1949; Exchange of notes between Canada and Denmark on air transport agreement between the two countries, signed in 1949 in Ottawa on 13 December 1949, signed on 13 December; Exchange of notes between Canada and Denmark amending the 1949 agreement on air transport, signed on 16 May 1958.
e) the Republic of Finland: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Finland for air services between their territory and behind the border, signed on 28 May 1990. Agreement in the form of an exchange of notes amending the agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Finland for air services between their territories and beyond their boundaries, signed in Helsinki on 28 May 1990, signed the 1999 September 1;
f) the French Republic: air transport agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the French Republic signed on June 15, 1976; The Government of Canada and the Government of the French Republic exchange of notes amending the air transport agreement, signed in Paris on 15 June 1976, signed 21 December 1982;
(g)), the Federal Republic of Germany: air transport agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany, signed on 26 March 1973; The Government of Canada and the Government of the Federal Republic of Germany exchange of notes amending the air transport agreement, signed at Ottawa on March 26, 1973, signed December 16, 1982 and in 1983 on 20 January;
h) the Hellenic Republic: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Hellenic Republic on air transport, signed on august 20, 1984; Agreement in the form of an exchange of notes between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Hellenic Republic amending the Agreement on air transport, signed in Toronto on august 20, 1984, signed on 23 June 1995 and 19 July 1995;
I) Republic of Hungary: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Republic of Hungary on air transport, signed on 7 December 1998;
j) Ireland: agreement between Canada and Ireland for air services between the two countries, signed on 8 august 1947; Canada and Ireland exchange of notes (1948 19 April and 31 May), amending the agreement on air transport between the two countries, signed on 31 May 1948; Canada and Ireland agreement in the form of an exchange of notes amending 8 august 1947 the air annex of the agreement, signed on 9 July 1951; Canada and Ireland exchange of notes amending 8 august 1947 in the air transport agreement between the two countries, signed on 23 December 1957;
k) the Italian Republic: agreement between Canada and Italy on air transport, signed on 2 February 1960; The Government of Canada and the Government of the Republic of Italy, in the form of an exchange of notes amending the agreement on air transport, as indicated in the 28 April 1972 the agreed minutes, signed on 28 august 1972;
l) the Kingdom of the Netherlands: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Kingdom of the Netherlands on air transport, signed on June 2, 1989; The Government of Canada and the Kingdom of the Netherlands to the agreement in the form of an exchange of notes on non-scheduled flights (Charter), signed on June 2, 1989;
m) the Republic of Poland: air transport agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of the people's Republic of Poland, signed on 14 May 1976; The Government of Canada and the Government of the people's Republic of Poland by the agreement in the form of an exchange of notes on 14 May 1976 signed an air transport agreement, IX, XI, XIII and XV article, signed on the same date;
n) the Portuguese Republic: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Portugal on air transport between Canada and Portugal, signed on 25 April 1947. The Government of Canada and the Government of Portugal exchange of notes amending paragraphs 3 and 4 of the annex to the agreement on air transport between the two countries, signed on 25 April 1947, signed in 1957, 24 April and 30 April. The Government of Canada and the Government of Portugal exchange of notes amending paragraph 7 of the annex to the agreement on air transport between the two countries, signed in 1958 and 31 March 5;
o) Romania: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Socialist Republic of Romania on civil air transport, signed on 27 October 1983;
p) the Kingdom of Spain: agreement between the Government of Canada and the Government of Spain on air transport, signed on 15 September 1988;
q) the Kingdom of Sweden: agreement between Canada and Sweden for air services between Canada and Sweden, signed on 27 June 1947; Canada and Sweden exchange of notes supplementing the air transport agreement between Canada and Sweden, signed on 27 June 1947 and 28 June. Exchange of notes between Canada and Sweden amending the 1947 Agreement on air transport, signed on 16 May 1958; and

r) United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland: agreement between the Government of Canada and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland on air services signed on June 22, 1988.
section 2, in accordance with article 2 (a))) (ii) share the following rights are available in annex 2, part 2.
Part 1 – Canadian Airlines combined passenger transport between Canada and the individual Member States and in respect of freight on Canadian airlines have such rights.
Traffic rights Bulgaria Member State fifth-freedom rights are available on two points that are to be reported, and which may serve as intermediate points at Sophie and/or behind the border.
The Czech Republic fifth freedom rights available to no more than four points after the Canadian choice as intermediate to or beyond the boundaries of Prague and one additional point in the Czech Republic.
 
 
Denmark fifth-freedom rights are available between Copenhagen and Amsterdam and Helsinki (a)), or (b)), Amsterdam and Moscow.
Amsterdam can serve as an intermediate or beyond point. The Helsinki and Moscow serving as points beyond the limits.
Germany fifth-freedom traffic rights between intermediate can be used in Europe and in the Federal Republic of Germany and between points in the Federal Republic of Germany and points beyond.
 
 
Greece is the fifth freedom rights available to intermediate to Athens or across the border, and two additional points in Greece, excluding points in Turkey and Israel. Under fifth-freedom rights service intermediate and beyond the limits the total number of points at the same time not exceeding five years, of which not more than four may be intermediate.
 
 
Ireland is the fifth freedom rights available between points in Ireland and intermediate, and between points in Ireland and points beyond Ireland's borders. In respect of carriage of goods has the right to carry out international transport operations between points in Ireland and points in third countries without the requirement to serve a point in Canada.
 
 
Italy fifth-freedom traffic rights available between two intermediate in Europe and Rome and/or Milan. Intermediate points with fifth freedom rights can also be served as points beyond the limits.
 
 
Poland fifth freedom rights available between Warsaw and the two intermediate in Europe, Canada selects from the following: Brussels, Copenhagen, Prague, Shannon, Stockholm, Vienna, Zurich.
Portugal fifth-freedom traffic rights are available between points in Portugal and intermediate, and between points in Portugal and points behind the Portuguese border.
 
 
Spain fifth freedom rights available for intermediate and points beyond the limits: a) between Madrid and three additional points in Spain and points in Europe (except in Munich, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Italy and the Republic of the former USSR), and (b)) between Madrid and other points in Spain and points in Africa and the Middle East, as defined in ICAO document 9060-AT/723. While you can use no more than four fifth-freedom rights.
 
 
Sweden is the fifth freedom rights available between Stockholm and Amsterdam and Helsinki (a)), or (b)), Amsterdam and Moscow.
Amsterdam can serve as an intermediate or beyond point. The Helsinki and Moscow serving as points beyond the limits.
 
 
The United Kingdom is the fifth freedom rights available between points in the United Kingdom and intermediate, and between points in the United Kingdom and points beyond the United Kingdom. In respect of carriage of goods has the right to carry out international transport operations between points in the United Kingdom and points in third countries without the requirement to serve a point in Canada.
Part 2 – the European Community air carriers in relation to the combined passenger transport between individual Member States and Canada and with respect to cargo Community airlines have such rights.
Traffic rights Member State Belgium fifth-freedom traffic rights available between Montreal and two points behind the borders of the United States, located east of and including Chicago and North of and including Washington.
 
 
Bulgaria the fifth freedom rights can be used at one point behind the borders of the United States, located east of and including Chicago and North of and including Washington. Fifth freedom rights are not available if Montreal and Ottawa is the flight connected endpoint. Fifth freedom rights are not available starppunkto.
 
 
The Czech Republic fifth-freedom rights are available between Montreal and two points behind the borders of the United States, located north of and including Washington and East of and including Chicago.
 
 
Denmark fifth-freedom rights are available between Montreal and Chicago and between Montreal and Seattle. Chicago can serve as an intermediate or beyond point. Seattle can serve only as a point beyond the limits.
 
 
State traffic law Germany fifth-freedom traffic rights available only between Montreal and one point beyond the limits in Florida. Alternative fifth-freedom traffic rights available between Montreal and two points behind the borders of the United States mainland, except in California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Oregon, Texas and Washington State.
Greece fifth-freedom traffic rights available between Montreal and Boston or Chicago or between Montreal and behind the border from Toronto to one point in the United States, which gave the Republic of Greece, except for points in California, Texas and Florida.
 
 
Ireland is the fifth freedom rights available between points in Canada and points in the intermediate, and between Canada and points beyond Canada's borders. In respect of carriage of goods has the right to carry out international transport operations between points in Canada and points in third countries without the requirement to serve points in Ireland.
 
 
Italy fifth-freedom traffic rights available between two intermediate in the northeast of the United States (to the North of and including Washington, East of and including Chicago) and the Montreal and/or Toronto. Intermediate points with fifth freedom rights can also be served as points beyond the limits.
 
 
State traffic rights Poland fifth freedom rights available between Montreal and New York as an intermediate point or behind the border.
 
 
Portugal

Fifth freedom rights are available between points in Canada and points in the intermediate, and between Canada and points beyond.
 
 
Spain fifth freedom rights available for intermediate and points beyond the limits: a) between Montreal and three additional points in Canada and Chicago, Boston, Philadelphia, Baltimore, Atlanta, Dallas/Houston, and Fortvort and (b)) between Montreal and Mexico City.
You can use no more than four fifth-freedom rights.
 
 
Sweden is the fifth freedom rights available between Montreal and Chicago and between Montreal and Seattle. Chicago can serve as an intermediate or beyond point. Seattle can serve only as a point beyond the limits.
The United Kingdom is the fifth freedom rights available between points in Canada and points in the intermediate, and between Canada and points beyond Canada's borders. In respect of carriage of goods has the right to carry out international transport operations between points in Canada and points in third countries without the requirement to serve points in the United Kingdom.
 
 
section 3 without prejudice to section 1 of this annex, the areas which are not covered by article 1 of this agreement, the definition of "territory" shall continue to apply to the agreements referred to in points (d) of this section) the Kingdom of Denmark, the French Republic, f) l) the Kingdom of the Netherlands and r) United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, under the conditions laid down therein.
European Community and its Member States in the Declaration on EU-Canada air transport agreement at the time of its signature "with respect to article 26 (2) of the European Community and its Member States confirm that the wording" must stop 3. bilateral agreements listed in the annex, while respecting the established in annex 2 "means that the corresponding provisions of the agreement prevails over 3. bilateral agreements listed in the annex of the relevant rules."
European Community and its Member States in the Declaration on EU-Canada air transport agreement at the time of its signature, "the European Community and its Member States clarified that in the air transport agreement between the European Community and its Member States, of the one part, and Canada, of the other part, and in particular article 8 does not provide exemption from value added tax (VAT) excluding turnover tax on imports, and the Member States are not prevented from imposing a tax on aviation fuel for domestic flights or flights within the community in accordance with Council Directive 2003/96/EC".