The Order In Which International Public Law For The Grant Of Permission To Use The Airspace Of The Republic Of Latvia Public Functions For The Foreign Aircraft Flights Of 7 December 1944 Convention On International Civil Aviation Article 3 A

Original Language Title: Kārtība, kādā starptautisko publisko tiesību subjektiem piešķir atļauju izmantot Latvijas Republikas gaisa telpu publisko funkciju veikšanai paredzēto ārvalstu gaisa kuģu lidojumiem 1944.gada 7.decembra Konvencijas par starptautisko civilo aviāciju 3.pant

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Cabinet of Ministers Regulations No. 877 in Riga 2010. on 21 September (pr. No 48-1) order in which international public law for the grant of permission to use the airspace of the Republic of Latvia public functions for the foreign aircraft flights of 7 December 1944 Convention on international civil aviation within the meaning of article 3 were issued in accordance with the law "on the air" in article 40 of the fourth part i. General questions 1. determines the order in which international public law for the grant of authorisation (hereinafter referred to as the flight permit) to use the airspace of the Republic of Latvia public (national or international) functions for foreign aircraft (hereinafter air ship) flight (or flights with a stop overflights) 7 December 1944 Convention on international civil aviation within the meaning of article 3.
2. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs issued a flight permit is required for each public functions for aircraft and State aircraft in air space of the Republic of Latvia.
3. The Ministry of Defence issued a flight permit for the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's military aircraft for the flights, which carry out combat tasks, protecting the air space of the Republic of Latvia, and the military training of the involved aircraft flights.
4. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization and the European Union Member States public functions for the aircraft (except aircraft, carrying dangerous goods) issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs flights a year, multiple flight permit the airspace of the Republic of Latvia to use this provision in paragraph 13 for the intended purpose.
5. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization military designed aircraft, carrying out combat tasks, protecting the air space of the Republic of Latvia provides the priority use of airspace in respect to civil aircraft, except for aircraft that are in distress or in danger.
6. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs maintains a database of flight permission requests and the decisions taken.
7. The Ministry of defence, the Civil Aviation Agency, Ministry of the Interior, the national armed forces, the National Guard, State fire and rescue service and the State revenue service customs administration each year to 1 January and 1 July sent to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs information flight authorization. If you changed the contact and contact information, the information is sent immediately.
II. the application for the permit of a flight of international public law of aircraft 8. International public law of the diplomatic channels to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs sent a flight permit request not later than seven days before the scheduled arrival of the aircraft in the airspace of the Republic of Latvia.
9. flight permission request: 9.1. aircraft nationality, type and maximum take-off weight (MTOW);
9.2. the operator and its address;
9.3. the flight number;
9.4. registration number and radio call sign;
9.5. departure aerodrome, date and time (expressed as coordinated universal time) (hereinafter referred to as the time (UTC));
9.6. The Republic of Latvia State border crossings (entry point), the date and time (UTC);
9.7. the flight route in the territory of the Republic of Latvia;
9.8. the landing aerodrome, date and time (UTC);
9.9. flight number if the planned flight continued from the Republic of Latvia, the Republic of Latvia for the aerodrome or passage through the territory of the return flight (hereinafter referred to as continuing or return flights);
9.10. radio call sign, continuing the flight or return;
9.11. departure aerodrome, date and time (UTC), continuing the flight or return;
9.12. Republic of Latvia State border crossings (entry point), the date and time (UTC), continuing the flight or return;
9.13. the flight route in the territory of the Republic of Latvia, the continuing or return flights;
9.14. the landing aerodrome, date and time (UTC), continuing the flight or return;
9. flight of the mission;
9.16. aircraft communications, navigation and access facilities;
9.17. payment of air navigation services;
9.18. appropriate this referred to additional information about the aircraft: 9.18.1. evidence that the flight aircraft are not dangerous goods, the illicit manufacture of narcotic drugs, psychotropic substances or precursors and intelligence equipment;
9.18.2. acknowledgement of dangerous goods being in the aircraft and its documentation;
9.18.3. National Environment services of the radiation safety Center issued transit permits of radioactive material (class 7 dangerous goods);
9.18.4. acknowledgement of strategic goods being in the aircraft and their documentation (the competent authorities of the exporting country issuing an export licence or the export licence or equivalent document and them importing the import licence or import certificate or end-use certificate);
9.18.5. confirmation that the aircraft is equipped with surveillance equipment or surveillance equipment on board an aircraft, and confirmation that the flight of air space of the Republic of Latvia in the intelligence apparatus will be used.
10. in addition to the information referred to in paragraph 9 of the military aircraft for flight permission request: 10.1 the aircraft captain's name and military rank;
10.2. the crew of the aircraft and the number of military service;
10.3. the number of passengers, each passenger's name and military rank.
11. the subjects of public international law, which provides the North Atlantic Treaty Organization's military aircraft provided for the assignment of combat duties to protect Latvian air space, not later than seven days before the war started, submit information on the Ministry of defence: 11.1. military aviation unit and staff numbers;
11.2. military aviation the number of aircraft, type, registration number and radio call sign;
11.3. the arms, ammunition and equipment or specific equipment;
11.4. the flight permission.
12. the decision by the Ministry of defence on the flight permit or refusal to issue the permit and no later than the day before the flight to forward it to the international public law. Decision, as well as the provision of the information referred to in paragraph 11 (other than information about specific equipment or equipment) sent to the National Agency for Civil Aviation Agency "(hereinafter referred to as the Civil Aviation Agency) and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
III. Annual multiple-flight permission for international public law of the aircraft 13. multiple-year flight permission to use the airspace of Latvia shall be issued for the following purposes: 13.1. National superior (first) officer and official delegations of transport;
13.2. military goods (excluding dangerous goods) and the transport of personnel;
13.3. search and rescue;
13.4. diplomatic cargo (except dangerous goods) transportation;
13.5. medical evacuation and transportation of victims;
13.6. the provision of humanitarian assistance;
8.5. military aviation aircraft overflying and landing flight with aerodromes of the Republic of Latvia.
14. The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, the Member State or Member States of the European Union embassies no later than seven days before the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation aircraft fly-in of the first scheduled air space of the Republic of Latvia shall be submitted to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, multiple-year flight permission request stating: 14.1. the number of the aircraft type and registration number;
14.2. aircraft radio call sign;
14.3. the arms, ammunition and equipment or equipment-specific, if any;
14.4. this rule 13, paragraph (s) permission to use the flight (s).
IV. consideration of the request for authorisation of the flight 15. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall immediately send to the Ministry of defence in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions received flight permissions, multiple-year flight permission requests.
16. The Ministry of defence operational check flight applied for compliance with national security interests and gives its opinion to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs. The decision by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on the future direction of the request or rejection. If a decision is taken on the flight clearance request further upstream, the Foreign Ministry's permission request and these rules 9 and 10 point this information is sent to the Civil Aviation Agency.
17. Civil Aviation Agency verify the information provided, compliance with the requirements established for the use of airspace, be informed of the use of the air space of the State joint stock company "Latvian air traffic" and no later than two days prior to the intended flight shall deliver an opinion to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
18. the Ministry of Foreign Affairs Civil Aviation Agency after receiving the opinion of the decision on the flight permit or refusal to issue a permit for the flight, a diplomatic way no later than the day before the flight to forward it to the international public law and informed about the decision of the Ministry of defence, the national armed forces and the Civil Aviation Agency.
V. flight permission request disaster

19. If the aircraft taking part in disaster prevention, management or the effects of the winding-up, international public bodies shall submit an application for authorisation of a flight, sending diplomatic channels to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, 9 and 10 of these regulations the information referred to in paragraph, or do what the Republic of Latvia concluded international treaties.
20. The provisions referred to in point 19 of the aircraft flight permission requests to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in accordance with the procedure laid down in these provisions into line immediately.
21. If the rules referred to in point 19 aircraft planning to settle outside the border crossing points, the Foreign Ministry's decision on the flight permit shall immediately inform the National Guard and the State revenue service, the Customs authorities to ensure the necessary border crossing and customs control for aircraft landing site, as well as the State fire and rescue service.
Vi. The flight permission request state aircraft carrying dangerous goods 22. subjects of public international law, requiring State permission to fly the aircraft, carrying dangerous goods, shall submit a request for the authorisation of flight rules 8, 9 and 10 in paragraph.
23. If the planned flight can threaten the internal security of the country, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs in addition to this provision, 15, 16, 17 and 18 in order to request permission of the flight line with the security police.
24. on the issue of flight international public law of the aircraft transporting dangerous goods, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs shall immediately inform the State fire and rescue service.
VII. The flight permission request military exercises and training in the airspace of the Republic of Latvia 25. If the Latvian air space in military aircraft are planned military exercises or training, international public law, not later than 60 days before the scheduled arrival of the Latvian air space flight licence application submitted by the Latvian national armed forces joint staff. The request indicates the following: 25.1. military aviation unit and the number of staff;
25.2. military aviation the number of aircraft, type, registration number and radio call sign;
25.3. armaments, munitions and equipment or the specific equipment;
25.4. the flight duration of authorisation;
25.5. the military air traffic control body name;
6. military exercises or training in the required air space;
25.7. contact person;
25.8. military exercises or training.
26. The Latvian national armed forces joint staff compiled this rule 25. requests referred to in paragraph 1 and sent to the Defence Ministry.
27. The Defence Ministry will check compliance with the flight applied for national security interests and adopt a decision on the flight permit or refusal to issue the permit, and no later than the day before the flight to forward it to the international public law.
28. Where a decision has been taken on the flight permit, the Ministry of Defense for this rule referred to in paragraph 26 of the aggregated requests notify subjects of public international law and simultaneously sends that information to the Civil Aviation Agency and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
VIII. Closing question 29. Be declared unenforceable in the Cabinet of Ministers of 6 September 2005, the provisions of no. 667 "order in which international public law for the grant of permission to use the airspace of Latvia public functions for the foreign aircraft flights of 7 December 1944 Convention on international civil aviation within the meaning of article 3" (Latvian journal, 2005, nr. 144, no. 36; 2008).
Prime Minister v. dombrovsky instead – the Minister of Foreign Affairs Minister for culture i. Thaler

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