The Order In Which International Public Law For The Grant Of Permission To Use The Latvian Air Space Flights By Foreign Aircraft Military

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā starptautisko publisko tiesību subjektiem piešķir atļauju izmantot Latvijas gaisa telpu lidojumiem ar ārvalstu gaisa kuģiem militārajām vajadzībām

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 456 in 2004 (April 27. No 25, 47) order in which international public law for the grant of permission to use the Latvian air space flights by foreign aircraft military Issued in accordance with the law "on the air" in article 40 of the fourth part 1. determines the order in which the subjects of public international law for granting permission to use the Latvian air space flights by foreign aircraft military.
2. the rules shall not apply to Member States of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization aircraft military, carrying out Latvian airspace control and protection. These aircraft are used for Latvian air space in the order in which it is used in the Latvian national armed forces aircraft.
3. foreign aircraft military (hereinafter foreign aircraft), which carry out flights to protect Latvian air space, you get priority in the use of airspace against civil aircraft.
4. not later than three days before the foreign aircraft for the planned arrival of the Latvian air space in the international public law arrival clearance request for a diplomatic path forward for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
5. Arrival clearance request shall state: 5.1 country which registered foreign aircraft;
5.2. the number of foreign aircraft and each vessel registration number;
5.3. foreign aircraft series or a distinguishing number;
5.4. foreign aircraft call sign;
5.5. the foreign aircraft captain's name and military rank;
5.6. foreign air crew persons and military service;
5.7. number of passengers, each passenger's name and military rank;
5.8 foreign aircraft flight purposes;
5.9. foreign aircraft departure aerodrome and time (UTC/Greenwich mean time);
5.10. the foreign aircraft and aerodrome of arrival time (UTC);
5.11. border crossings (entry point) and time (UTC);
5.12. foreign aircraft landing airfield in Latvia (if the scheduled landing);
5.13 foreign aircraft flight route in the territory of Latvia;
5.14. foreign departure time of the aircraft from the airfield in Latvia (if the scheduled landing);
5.15. the crossing of the time (the starting point of the territory of Latvia);
5.16. information about aircraft, approval for dangerous goods (e.g. chemical, biological, toxic) being on board and intelligence equipment required to be carried on Board (if such equipment is on board, confirmation that the flight time of the Latvian air space, they will not be used);
5.17. complementary information (fuel replenishment, aircraft parking, passport control request).
6. arrival of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs the request for authorisation sent to the Civil Aviation Administration.
7. After the arrival of the permit request was received by the Civil Aviation Administration of these rules, the information referred to in paragraph 5 shall send the Latvian air force information center.
8. The Latvian air force information centre checks the Civil Aviation Administration of the information submitted and, if no conditions that could endanger the safety of the air space, the flight number assigned.
9. Latvian air force information centre shall notify the Civil Aviation Administration for flight number assignment. The Civil Aviation Administration shall coordinate the use of air space to air traffic control services, granted permission to fly and send it to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, as well as inform the State border guard of the foreign aircraft crossing the border of Latvia (arrival and departure) the place, date and time, as well as about landing airfield in Latvia.
10. arrival of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs diplomatic permission path forward international public bodies that have requested it.
Prime Minister i. Emsis Defense Minister a. Slakter the Editorial Note: regulations shall enter into force with 12 May 2004.