On November 27, 2006, we formally adopted the Blue Policy to conduct negotiations on air transport agreements (ATA) with countries around the world. The objective of the policy is to promote long-term and sustainable competition. It also encourages the development of new and expanded international air services for passengers, shippers and the tourism and economy sectors. The full text of the current air transport agreements is available on the Canada Treaty Information website at: www.treaty-accord.gc.ca. To request documents classified (confidential) or whose dissemination has been limited (z.B. is not yet definitively in force), please contact: “Price” refers to each fare, for the transport of passengers (and their luggage) and/or freight (without mail) or by airlines, including their representatives, chartering and the conditions of availability of such a fare, fare or charge, with the exception of the general conditions of transport that apply in general to all air transport and which are not directly related to the price, fare or charge, the price or cost of transport (including price and price) are charged, including the prices of stolen baggage and means of transport. “international air traffic,” which crosses airspace over the territory of more than one state; Recognising the importance of international air transport for promoting trade, of tourism and investment, Canada`s designated air carriers and designated U.S. carriers are permitted, in accordance with the terms of their designation, to carry out scheduled international air travel between points on the following routes: on all or part of the aforementioned routes, any designated airline may conduct unrestricted international air traffic, with a view to altering any point of the route, cash or number of aircraft used; provided that, with the exception of all-cargo services, in the outbound direction, the transport beyond that point is a continuation of the transport of the territory of the party that designated the airline and, in the incoming direction, the transport to the territory of the party that designated the airline is a continuation of the transport beyond that point. The OBJECTIVE is to ensure maximum safety in international air transport and to maintain public confidence in the safety of civil aviation; The Agency publishes some public information on Canadian air services agreements and agreements, such as traffic rights. B, which may be exercised by designated airlines under air agreements or other instruments.
The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development Canada and Transport Canada are jointly responsible for advancing the agenda for air negotiations abroad. Advanced speeches or educators that are not open skies agreements do not necessarily limit airline plans. In most cases, they have sufficient rights to allow airlines to launch new services without having to renegotiate or amend the agreement. The agreement is a turning point in the aviation world, as it provides for an unprecedented level of liberalization in terms of traffic rights and foreign investment in airlines. It was negotiated by the Commission under a mandate obtained by the Council in October 2007 and replaced bilateral air services agreements between EU Member States and Canada. The agreement has significantly improved the links between the respective markets and the intermediate links and aims to create new investment opportunities by gradually liberalising foreign ownership rules vis-à-vis airlines. It includes the gradual introduction of trafficking rights, mutual investment opportunities and broad cooperation on a number of issues such as security, social affairs, consumer protection, the environment, air traffic management, competition law and state aid.