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NOTE: Although Amendment No. 2 to this part is effective on March 30, 1959, carriers may submit their reports in the usual form for the entire month of March 1959 and the quarter ending March 31, 1959. (Sec. 204 (a), 72 Stat. 743; 49 U.S.C. 1324. Interpret or apply sec. 407, 72 Stat. 766; 49 U.S.C. 1377) [Note added, ER-254, 24 F.R. 1585, Mar. 4, 1959] § 242.3 Filing of copies of agreements,
manifests, other flight data and publicity material.
PART 243-FILING OF REPORTS BY
ALASKAN AIR CARRIERS Sec. 243.1 Statistical report required. (Amend
ed] 243.2 Place of filing. (Revised ] 243.3 Reports of Alaskan air taxi operators.
(Revised ] § 243.1 Statistical report required.
CODIFICATION: In § 243.1 the phrase "and each Alaskan pilot-owner (as defined in § 292.8 of this chapter)” was changed to "except Alaskan Air Taxi Operators (as defined in § 293.2 of this chapter)" by ER-245, 24 F.R. 96, Jan. 6, 1954. $ 243.2 Place of filing.
The reports required by $ 243.1 shall be filed with the Authorized Representative of the Board in the Alaska Liaison Office, at Anchorage, Alaska, at such times as may be specified by the Author.. ized Representative and shall be made in accordance with the instructions of the Authorized Representative relating thereto. (ER-245, 24 F.R. 96, Jan. 6, 1959) § 243.3 Reports of Alaskan air taxi
operators. An Alaskan air taxi operator (as defined in Part 293 of this subchapter) shall file with the Office of Carrier ACcounts and Statistics, Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington 25, D. C., on April 30 and October 31 of each year a verified statement in duplicate setting forth:
(a) A current (as of March 31 and September 30) report of the information required under $293.5 of this subchapter;
(b) A report covering the preceding six months period ending March 31, and September 30, showing
(1) The revenues received and the number of passengers and pounds of freight carried in charter and in individually ticketed operations further separated as between certificated points and non-certificated points, and
(2) The number of hours the aircraft utilized by such Alaskan air taxi operator were operated in air transportation.
This verified statement shall be made available by the Board for public inspection. (ER-245, 24 F.R. 96, Jan. 6, 1959]
(a) All supplemental air carriers and large irregular air carriers shall file with the Board coincidentally with the filing of the Flight Reports under Schedule F of CAB Form 242 as required by § 242.2, one copy of Attachment No. 1 to Schedule F, and if applicable, one copy of each of the following supplements to Schedule F:
(1) Agreements and manifests.
(iii) Each flight which is reported as a charter service other than those flights conducted for the Defense Department.
(2) Other flight data. A tabulation of the following data for each flight of the categories designated under subparagraph (1) (i), (ii), and (iii) of this paragraph (unless the information is available from instruments filed pursuant to said subparagraph):
CODIFICATION: In § 242.3 paragraph (a) amended in the following respects:
1. Introductory paragraph amended by ER-271, 24 F.R. 4609, June 6, 1959.
2. In subparagraph (1) subdivision (iii) added by ER-222, 22 F.R. 4319, June 19, 1957.
3. Introductory text of subparagraph (2) amended by ER-222, 22 F.R. 4319, June 19, 1957.
PART 244_FILING OF REPORTS BY
AIR FREIGHT FORWARDERS, INTER-
VISED) Sec. 244.1 Definitions. 244.2 Financial and operating reports by air
freight forwarders and international
air freight forwarders. 244.3 Insurance reports by air freight for
warders and international air
freight forwarders. 244.4 Financial and operating reports by co
operative shippers associations. AUTHORITY: $ $ 244.1 to 244.4 issued under sec. 204(a), 72 Stat. 743; 49 U.S.C. 1324. Interpret or apply sec. 407, 72 Stat. 766; 49 U.S.C. 1377.
SOURCE: $ $ 244.1 to 244.4 contained in ER253, 24 F.R. 1409, Feb. 26, 1959; 24 F.R. 2274, Mar. 24, 1959. § 244.1
(a) “Freight Forwarder” means any air carrier classified and defined as an “Air Freight Forwarder" in Part 296 of this chapter (Economic Regulations) or as an “International Air Freight Forwarder" in Part 297 of this chapter (Economic Regulations).
(b) “Cooperative Shippers Association" means any air carrier classified and defined as such in Pirt 296 or Part 297 of this chapter (Ecnomic Regulations). § 244.2 Financial and operating reports
by air freight forwarders and inter
national air freight forwarders. All persons holding authority as an air freight forwarder or international air freight forwarder shall periodically prepare and file certain financial and operating reports, as hereinafter specified, whether or not such persons are actively engaged in air freight forwarding operations.
(a) Each freight forwarder shall prepare CAB Form 2441 entitled “Financial and Operating Report for Air Freight Forwarders and International Air Freight Forwarders,” in accordance with the requirements of this part and the instructions set forth in such form.
Schedule B Balance Sheet shall be prspared as of June 30 and December 31 of each year and shall first be prepared as of June 30, 1959. Schedules G-1 General Officers and Directors; List of Stockholders, and G-2 Corporate and Securities Data; Investments in Other Companies, shall first be prepared for the year ended December 31, 1959, and for each successive year ending December 31, thereafter.
(b) (1) Each freight forwarder shall also prepare as an attachment to and as a part of its report on CAB Form 244:
(i) A report of profit and loss (with a separation of expense items so as to indicate payments to direct air carriers) to be marked for identity by the reporting freight forwarder as Schedule P Statement of Profit and Loss;
(ii) A report of statistical data to be marked by the reporting forwarder as Schedule T-1 Statistical Data, setting forth (a) the number of shipments received from shippers for carriage by air, (b) the number of consignments to car. riers by air, and (c) the number of tons consigned for shipment by: Certificated air carriers, supplemental air carriers or irregular transport carriers, and surface carriers (rail, motor other than pick-up and delivery, or water); and
(iii) A report of station data, to be marked by the reporting freight forwarder as Schedule T-2 Station Dats (listing by individual stations the total number of tons received from shippers for carriage by air).
(2) The reports designated in this paragraph shall be prepared for each semi-annual period ending June 30 and December 31.
(c) Each schedule specified in paragraphs (a) and (b) of this section shall be filed so as to be received by the Board within 45 days after its applicable terminal date. § 244.3 Insurance reports by air freight
forwarders and international air
freight forwarders. Each air freight forwarder and international air freight forwarder shall keep the Board currently informed as hereinafter set forth regarding the insurance. self-insurance or surety bond maintained by it pursuant to Part 296 or Part 297 of this chapter (Economic Regulations).
(a) Within 45 days after June 30, and December 31, of each year, every for.
1 Filed as part of original document, copies of which may be obtained from the Publications Section, Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington 25, D.C.
Part 245— Reports of Ownership
of Stock and Other Interests Sec. 245.3 Schedule of data. (Amended]
§ 245.3 Schedule of data. CODIFICATION: In the “Schedule" following § 245.3 the first sentence of Item E in Part II was amended to read as follows by Regulation ER-226, 22 F. R. 10076, Dec. 17, 1957: "Indicate by (yes) or (no) whether reporting individual controlled and/or exercised all the voting rights of the items reported under (B) that were held by him, for him, or held jointly with other persons during the period covered by the report."
urder shall complete and file Schedule Insurance Report, of CAB Form 244 ienever, on such specified dates, the rwarder's insurance, self-insurance or rety. bond remains unchanged from at last reported. Schedule I shall be mpleted pursuant to the appropriate structions contained therein and shall ost be due in accordance with the prosions of this paragraph within 45 days ter June 30, 1959.
(b) Within 30 days of any change in : from the insurance, self-insurance, or irety bond previously reported to the oard, or within 30 days of the effective ate of this part, whichever time is later, he forwarder shall report such change i the following manner. In the case of
change regarding insurance which is videnced by a certificate on file with he Board pursuant to an express reuirement in Part 296 or Part 297 of this hapter, or regarding a bond evidenced y a copy thereof likewise on file, anther such certificate or copy of a bond ncorporating such change shall be filed vith the Board. In any other case inolving a change in a forwarder's insurince, self-insurance or surety bond, such hange shall be reported on Schedule I nsurance Report of CAB Form 244 in lccordance with the instructions set orth therein. 244.4 Financial and operating reports
by cooperative shippers associations. For the annual period terminating on December 31, 1959 and thereafter for each consecutive annual period, each co. pperative shippers association shall file CAB Form 244A1 entitled “Annual Report of Cooperative Shippers Association" in accordance with the requirements of this section and the instructions set forth in said form. All cooperative shippers associations shall file such reports irrespective of whether they are inactive during the report period and where items are not applicable, the word "none" should be inserted. Such reports shall be filed so as to be received by the Board within 45 days after the termination of each prescribed reporting period.
NOTE: The reporting requirements contained herein have been approved by the Bureau of the Budget in accordance with the Federal Reports Act of 1942.
However, maintenance and overhaul records (Categories 350 through 352) and transportation records (Categories 400 through 404) shall be retained in accordance with the periods indicated for their retention in the "Schedule of Records” set forth in § 249.11(f).
CODIFICATION: In $ 249.8 the words “All certificated supplemental air carriers", were inserted at the beginning of the first sentence by ER-264, 24 F.R. 2389, Mar. 27, 1959 and the sentence set forth was added at the end of the section by ER-237, 23 F.R. 7724, Oct. 7, 1958. § 249.10 Time for preservation of rec
ords by air freight forwarders and international air freight forwarders.
(c) All air freight forwarders and international air freight forwarders engaged in any form of joint loading shall maintain and preserve for a period of two years subsequent to the expiration of each calendar quarter during which one or more joint loaded shipments were made, records showing for each shipment:
(1) The identity of all other participating air freight forwarders or inter
Filed as part of the original document, copies of which may be obtained from the Publications
Section, Civil Aeronautics Board, Washington 25, D.C.
and subparagraph (1) was amended by R289, 24 F.R. 9977, Dec. 10, 1959. § 249.11 Time for preservation of rec
ords by certificated air carriers.
national air freight forwarders, as the case may be, contributing freight to the shipment.
(2) The total poundage of the shipments.
(3) The poundage which it contributed to the total poundage of the shipment.
(4) The direct air carrier to whom the shipment was consigned for transportation.
(5) The total amount of the charges made by the direct air carrier on the shipment for transportation and other services rendered.
(6) The total amount of such charges which it paid.
(7) The point of origin and the point of destination of the shipment.
CODIFICATION: $ 249.10 was amended as follows:
1. The section heading amended by ER289, 24 F.R. 9977, Dec. 10, 1959.
2. Paragraph (c) was added by ER-232, 23 F.R. 917, Mar. 22, 1958. Subsequently the words "and international air freight forwarders" were inserted in the first sentence between the words “forwarders” and “engaged”
Microfilm copies may be kept in lieu of original records pursuant to the provisions of § 249.7.
CODIFICATION: In paragraph (a) the seeond and third sentences, beginning with the words "Provided, however,” and “Upon Elpiration of the indicated microfilm period", respectively, were deleted and the senten set forth above was substituted therefor by ER-266, 24 F.R. 3531, May 2, 1959.
Prior Amendments 1958: 23 F.R. 10326, Dec. 25.
30 days after settlement.
1 year Current.
(d) Copies of Post Office Department Forms: Airmail
Dispatch Record (No. 2729), Interline Airmail Rec-
MAINTENANCE AND OVERHAUL
350. Records (excluding job expense distribution detail):
(a) All maintenance performed
components when approved continuous maintenance
system is used.
(d) Critical aircraft components..
Until equipment is sold or, when re
tired, 1 year from cancellation of
registration. Until component is sold or, when re
tired, 1 year from date of retirement or date of cancellation of registration,
if registered Current
351. Time in service records of all aircraft, engines, propellers, and
appliances. 352, Maintenance release.
do 30 days. 3 months.
400. Individual trip reports: 1
(1) Dispatch release or clearance forms.
gators' trip logs.
fests). (b) Operations data-irregular and supplemental air car
riers: All records set forth in paragraph (a) of this
section, excluding item (5). 401. List of all aircraft being operated in air transportation.. 402. Records and reports internal and memoranda) incident to
aircraft accidents. 403. Shippers' certifications of explosives and other dangerous
articles, when labels used do not provide for certification
thereon. 404. Crew member and dispatcher qualification and flight time
1 Refer to $ 249.11 (e).
CODIFICATION: The “Schedule of Records" following paragraph (f) of $ 249.11 was amended in the following respects:
1. By ER-266, 24 F.R. 3531, May 2, 1959:
a. Under Category "Corporate and General” the letter “M” was inserted in the column entitled “Microfilm indicator” opposite No. 13(a) entitled "Voucher indexes”.
b. No. 14(d) was added.
2. Category 151 under "Revenues" was amended as follows:
a. A footnote 2 was appended to paragraph (a) by ER-225, 22 F.R. 9690, Dec. 4, 1957. Subsequently, paragraph (a) was amended as set forth below and new paragraph (b) was added by ER-292, 24 F.R. 10947, Dec. 30, 1959:
(a) Flight coupons: 2 years; M-3 months. (b) Auditors coupons: 2 years. b. Paragraphs (b) through (f) under Category 151 were redesignated “(c) through (8)”, respectively, by ER-292, 24 F.R. 10948, Dec. 30, 1959.
3. Category “302(c)” was deleted by ER229, 23 F.R. 1592, Mar. 6, 1958.
4. Category "303" was amended by ER229, 23 F.R. 1592, Mar. 6, 1958, and further amended to read as follows by ER-265, 24 F.R. 2645, Apr. 7, 1959:
"303 Records and reports relating to errors, oversales, irregularities, delays:
(a) In handling passengers—3 months unless a longer period is directed by the Board or an authorized office of the Board.
(b) In handling air express and air freight-1 year.”
5. Asterisks were deleted from Category "400(a) (1), (4), and (7)" by ER-229, 23 F.R. 1592, Mar. 6, 1958. Subsequently, Categories "350 and 351" under "maintenance and overhaul" and Categories “400 through 402" under "transportation” were amended to read as set forth above by ER-237, 23 F.R. 7724, Oct. 7, 1958, respectively.
6. By ER-241, 23 F.R. 10326, Dec. 25, 1958, the asterisk (*) was deleted wherever it appeared in the Schedule of Records.
Part 261-Filing of Agreements Sec. 261.8 Contracts or agreements between affil
iated carriers. (Added] § 261.8 Contracts or agreements between affiliated carriers. (a) Copies of contracts or agreements between a certificated air carrier and another air carrier, foreign air carrier or other carrier, affiliated therewith shall be accompanied by a detailed statement supporting the reasonableness of the financial provisions of the agreement. This statement shall set forth information covering the following matters:
(1) Why the contract or agreement was entered into between the affiliated carriers in lieu of the provision of the service by the receiving carrier for itself or the receipt of the service from a non-affiliated source.
(2) Whether the service could be obtained from a non-affiliated source, and, if so, at what price. (Provide appropriate data to support the answer, including any invitation or bid proposals.)
(3) The anticipated dollar volume during any fiscal year period.
(4) The basis for the particular charges contained in the contract or agreement.
(5) Supporting data showing the reasonableness of such charges, including data showing charges by other carriers for like services or by this carrier to unaffiliated carriers for like services.
(6) A description of the negotiations leading up to the contract or agreement