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with respect to interstate or overseas Termination of Service Notice-Foreign air transportation shall be served upon: Air Transportation shall be served upon:
(1) The Postmaster General, marked (1) Each scheduled air carrier which for the attention of the Director, Logis- regularly renders service to or from the tics Department;
point intended to be served through the (2) Each scheduled air carrier which proposed airport; regularly renders service to or from the (2) The Postmaster General, marked point intended to be served through for the attention of the Director, Logiseither the currently used or proposed tics Department, if the holder's certifiairport;
cate authorizes the transportation of (3) The chief executive of each point mail; with respect to which the notice or ap- (3) The Secretary of State, marked for plication has been filed;
the attention of the Director, Ofice of (4) The governor of each State in Aviation; which are located the currently used air- (4) The chief executive of any point port, the proposed airport, and the point located in the United States, with respect to be served: Provided, however, That if to which the notice or application is filed; in any such state there is a commission (5) The governor of each State, or or agency having jurisdiction over trans- chief executive of any territory or posportation by air, the notice or applica- session of the United States, in which is tion shall be served upon the latter, located any point with respect to which rather than upon the governor of such the notice or application is filed: ProState;
vided, however, That if in any State, ter(5) The board, commission, manager, ritory or possession there is a commission or other body or individual having direct or agency having jurisdiction over transsupervision over and responsibility for portation by air, the notice or applicathe management of the currently used tion shall be served upon such commisand proposed airports; and
sion or agency rather than upon the gov(6) The Federal Aviation Administra- ernor or chief executive; tion, marked for attention of the Direc- (6) The board, commission, manager, tor of Airport Services.
or other body or individual having direct (c) A copy of each Application for supervision over and responsibility for Change in Service Pattern shall be the management of the airport being served upon:
used to serve each such point; and (1) The Postmaster General, marked (7) The Federal Aviation Administrafor the attention of the Director, Logis- tion, marked for the attention of the Ditics Department;
rector of Airport Services. (2) Each scheduled air carrier which (e) An Application for Change in Apregularly renders service to or from any proved Service Plan-Foreign Air Transpoint named on the route segment, the portation (and any additional informaservice pattern of which the holder pro- tion in support of such application) shall poses to change;
be served upon: (3) The chief executive of each point (1) The persons specified in paragraph on such route segment;
(d) (2) through (6) of this section; (4) The governor of each State in
(2) Each scheduled air carrier which which are located the points on such
is authorized to serve the same general route segment: Provided, however, That
area in which is located the point to if in any such State there is a commis
which the holder, as part of its approved sion or agency having jurisdiction over transportation by air, the application
service plan, desires to engage, or cease shall be served upon the latter, rather
to engage, in foreign air transportation; than upon the governor of such State;
(3) Each scheduled air carrier which (5) The board, commission, manager,
is authorized to serve a general area conor other body or individual having direct tiguous to the general area wherein such supervision over and responsibility for point is situated. the management of the airport being (f) Each Notice of Additional Stop used to serve each such point.
Required by Foreign country or Notice (d) A copy of each Airport Notice- of Terminal Change Required by ForForeign Air Transportation, Application eign Country shall be served upon: for Permission to Use an Airport with re- (1) The person specified in paragraphs spect to foreign air transportation, and (d) (2) through (6) of this section; and
(2) Each scheduled air carrier which regularly renders service to or from such additional stop or new terminal point, as the case may be. APPENDIX A-RECOMMENDED AIRPORT NOTICE
Date.. To: Director, Bureau of Operating Rights
Civil Aeronautics Board
Washington, D.C. 20428 Re: Alrport Notice filled pursuant to Part
202 of Economic Regulations Dear Sir: Transmitted herewith aro an original and three copies of this notice to advise that
(air carrier) in. tends to Inaugurate service to the following points through the following airports: Point Alrport Service to bo inaugurated on or after.--
APPENDIX B-RECOMMENDED TERMINATION OF
Dato.... TO: Director, Bureau of Operating Rights
Civil Aeronautics Board
Washington, D.C. 20428 RE: Termination of Service Notico filed pur
suant to Part 202 o Economic Regula
tions Dear Sir: Transmitted herowith aro an original and threo copies of this notico to advise that
(air carrier) will cease to provide regular service on
(date) to the following points through the following airports: Point Airport
Give exact longitude and latitude of tho
airport to be served (applicable only I tho airport is not already being used by an air
carrier pursuant to this part) Indicate whether walver of 30-day provision
NOTICE: The regulations of the Civil Aeronautics Board provide that memoranda in support of or in opposition to this airport notice may be aled with the Board within 15 days of the dato of Aling hereof. Such memoranda shall be served on the applicant carrier and the persons on whom this notice has been served.
(Titlo) CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE (Foreign Air
Transportation) I hereby certity that I havo this day sorvod (stato manner of service) copies of this air. port notice on tho Postmaster General, marked for the attontion of tho Director, Logistics Departmont (L tho holder's certit. Icato authorizes the transportation of mall): tho Secretary of Stato, marked for the ato tention of Director, Omico of Aviation; tho Mayor or Chief Executivo of the cities
(address), and tho Governor of the State of
(address). (or tho Stato Commission or agoncy having Jurisdiction of transportation by air within tho Stato
(address)); the airport man. agers of tho following airports (airport namo and address), tho Federal Aviation Administration, for tho attention of the Director, Alrport Services; and tho following scheduled air carriers:
(namo and addrose).
(Title) CERTIFICATE OF SERVICE (Interstate and
Overseas Air Transportation) I hereby certify that I have this day served (stato manner of service) copies of this airport notico on the Postmaster General, marked for the attention of the Director, Logistics Dopartment; the Federal Aviation Administration, for tho attention of the Director, Airport Services; the Mayor or Chief Executive of the cities of
(address), and the Governor of the State of
(address). (or the state commission or agency having jurisdiction of transportation by air within the State of
(address)); the following scheduled alr carriers
(name and address); and the airport managers of the following airports:
(airport name and address).
Sec. 205.6 Service 206.6 Disposition 206.7 Petition for reconsideration. 206.8 Automatic suspension authority for
involuntary postponemont of inauguration or involuntary inter
ruption of service. 206.9 Ro-examination of suspension au
thority. 203.10 Wiect of failure to provide servico. 206.11 Lastitution of servico after suspon
sion or postponement of Inaugurato
tion: notice to the Board. 205.12 Strikes; report to be allod.
AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 206 Issued under soc. 204, sec. 401, 72 Stat. 748, 754; 49 U.B.C. 1924, 1871.
SOURCE: The provisions of this part 206 contained in ER-348, 27 FR 733, Jan. 26, 1962, unless otherwise noted. & 205.1 Applicability.
(a) This part shall apply to all air carriers holding currently effective certificates of public convenience and necessity authorizing scheduled route servico between designated points (hereinafter referred to as certificates) issued by the Board pursuant to section 401 of the Act with respect to:
(1) Inauguration of new service pursuant to certificate awards;
(2) Applications to the Board for authority to temporarily suspend service to or from any point named in a certificate or included in an approved service plan designating points which may be served in & general area named in such certincate;
(3) Notice to the Board when all service to or from a point, pursuant to a certificate, shall have been interrupted or inauguration delayed because of circumstances or events beyond the carrler's control as provided in $ 205.8(a); and
(4) Termination of suspension of service.
(b) Sections 205.2(a) and 205.10 shall not apply to the operations of certificated air carriers to or from points authorized for service in their certificates pursuant to section 401(e) of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, 49 U.S.C. 481, but never regularly served. This part does not relieve any carriers from the obligation to file schedules pursuant to the requirements of Part 231 of this chapter,
8 205.2 Board authorization required
for delayed inauguration or tempo
rary suspensions of service. (a) Inauguration of service. Any service authorized by a certificate shall be inaugurated within 90 days after the effective date of the new or amended certificate unless the Board has fixed a longer period. It the recipient of a certificate award authorizing scheduled route service between designated points desires to postpone inauguration of serv. ice to any such point or points beyond the 90-day period of such other period as the Board may have fixed, he shall, not later than 45 days prior to expiration of such period, file an application for postponement of the date of required inauguration of service.
(b) Temporary suspension of service. Service to or from any point, authorized in & certificate or included in an approved service plan, shall not be suspended by an air carrier except in accordance with the provisions of this part. $ 205.3. Applications pursuant
8 205.2. (a) The application shall contain specific statement of the relief requested and of the facts relied upon to establish that there is good cause for the postponement of inauguration of service or that the temporary suspension of service is in the public interest, with a statement of economic data or other matters which It is desrled that the Board oficially notice.
(b) when temporary suspension of service in interstate or overseas transportation is sought on economic grounds, the application shall contain at least the following specific economic data:
(1) History of service, particularly schedules and equipment offered by the applicant for the past two years to and from the point;
(2) Applicant's most recent yearly trafic data for the point: total number of passengers originating and deplaning: and on-line or, if the applicant does not compile on-line data, on-flight origin and destination of such passengers for four representative months;
(3) Anticipated financial benefit to the applicant, with an explanation of the factors considered in reaching such conclusion;
(4) Services offered by other sched- Board may designate in a particular uled carriers to the point;
case, and shall be served upon the fol(5) When the applicant is the only lowing persons in all cases: carrier regularly serving the point, the (1) Each certificated route air carnearest alternative air service, and avail- rier which serves any point for which able surface transportation, schedules postponement of inauguration or susand fares to alternative airports;
pension of service is sought, or its des(6) Surface transportation to major ignated agent. markets from the point; and
(2) The chief executive of the city, (7) A factual statement of applicant's town or other unit or local government efforts to stimulate traffic through at any such point located in the United schedule experimentation, promotion States or any possession thereof; and advertising, new equipment, or other (3) The State commission or agency means during past two years.
having jurisdiction of transportation by (c) The application shall also con- air in the State wherein any such point tain a list of the persons upon whom is located, or if there is no such comcopies were served in accordance with mission or agency, the chief executive of $ 205.5, and a statement that any in- such State; terested person may file an answer in (4) The Secretary of State (marked opposition to or in support of the appli- for the attention of Chief, Aviation Divication within twenty (20) days after sion) if such point is not located in the the filing of the application. An ex- United States or any possession thereof; ecuted original and 19 copies of such (5) The Postmaster General, Marked application shall be filed with the Docket for the attention of the Assistant GenSection of the Civil Aeronautics Board, eral Counsel, Transportation, if the apWashington, D.C. 20428. Applications plicant's certificate authorizes the transwhich are incomplete or which fail to portation of United States mail to or comply with the requirements of this from such point; part will be dismissed.
(6) In cases involving an application (ER 894, 28 F.R. 10195, Sept. 18, 1963)
for suspension of service at a point lo$ 205.4 Answers by interested persons
cated in the United States or any posand replies thereto.
session thereof, the manager or other in
dividual having direct supervision over (a) Any interested person may fille
and responsibility for the management with the Board and serve upon the appli
of the airport being used to serve such cant & written answer in opposition to or
point at the time the application is filed. in support of an application made pur
(b) Local service carriers shall serve suant to $ 205.3 within twenty (20) days
such applications also on each certifiof the filing thereof. Such answer shall
cated route air carrier which provides set forth in detall the reasons why the
or is authorized to provide nonstop servpostponement of inauguration of service
ice between points between which the apor temporary suspension of service
plicant could provide nonstop service i should be denied or authorized, with a
the application were granted. statement of economic data and other
(ER-348, 27 F.R. 788, Jan. 25, 1962, as matters which it is desired that the
Amended by ER-613, 85 F.R. 7110, May 6, Board shall officially notice. An executed
1970) original and 19 copies of such answer shall be filed with the Docket Section.
§ 205.6 Disposition. (b) Within seven (7) days from the An order may be issued authorizing date of service of an answer, the appli- such postponement or temporary suscant may file a reply thereto and shall pension for such term and upon such serve it upon any person who has filed conditions as the Board may find to be an answer. An executed original and 19 in the public interest. Where the public copies of such reply shall be filed with interest so requires, the Board may act the Docket Section.
on applications without waiting for an(ER-645, 35 F.R. 14542, Sept. 17, 1970)
swers thereto. $ 205.5 Service.
8 205.7 Petition for reconsideration. (a) A copy of each application made A petition for reconsideration of the and each answer addressed thereto pur- Board's determination under $ 205.6 may suant to $8 205.3 and 205.4 shall be be filed by any interested person within served personally or by registered or cer- twenty (20) days after the date of serytified mail upon such persons as the ice thereof. Except for the time of Aling, such petitions shall conform to the pro- NOTz: See also the reporting requirements visions of 302.37 of this chapter. Any of $ 241.24 of this chapter, Schedulo P-2(d) interested person may file an answer in
of Part 241 of the Board's regulations. opposition to, or in support of, the peti- 8 205.9 Re-examination of suspension tion within ten (10) days after it is filed. authority, An executed original and 19 copies of
Authority to postpone inauguration or such petition for reconsideration or an
to suspend service, granted pursuant to swer shall be filed with the Docket Sec
$ 205.6 or $ 205.8, may be modified, contion, and copies thereof shall be served
ditioned or terminated by the Board at upon the persons described in $ 205.5, the
any time upon notice but without hearapplicant and any person who fled an
ing where the public interest so requires. answer in opposition to the original application.
8 205.10 Effect of failuro to provide
service. $ 205.8 Automatic suspension authority for involuntary postponement of
In the absence of circumstances exinauguration or involuntary inter- cusing involuntary postponement or susruption of service.
pension of service ($ 205.8), it for a pe(a) The holder of a certificate shall
riod of ninety (90) days (or such longer not be required to file an application
specific period as may have been desig
nated by the Board) any service authorunder $ 205.2 if the postponement of in
ized by a certificate has not been inauauguration of new service or interruption of service to or from a point named
gurated, or if for a period of 90 days such
a service has not been operated, the in a certificate, or included in the hold
Board may direct the carrier to inauguer's approved service plan is caused by conditions or events which the holder
rate or resume service or may, as authorcannot reasonably be expected to foresee
ized by section 401(f) of the Act, by
order entered after notice and hearing, or control, such as rules, standards or
direct that the holder's certificate shall other action or inaction of the Admin
cease to be effective to the extent of such istrator of the Federal Aviation Agency
service. or of a foreign government, emergency measures, strikes, weather conditions, 8 205.11 Institution of service after susconstruction work on airports, or dis- pension or postponement of inau. asters: Provided, That the provisions of guration: notice to the Board. this paragraph shall apply to interrup- When service is inaugurated following tions due to airport inadequacies only
postponement of inauguration, of reif the holder is unable to serve the cer
sumed following suspension under either tificated point through any airport convenient thereto with the type of equip
express or automatic authority, immediment last regularly used to serve such
ate notice thereof shall be given to the point.
Board (marked for attention of the (b) In the case of delayed inaugura
Director, Bureau of Operating Rights), tion or an interruption of service caused stating the time when service was by a strike, the holder shall give immedi- inaugurated or resumed. ate notice of such interruption to the (ER-855, 39 FR 18429, May 28, 1974) Board (marked for the attention of the Director, Bureau of Operating Rights).
8 205.12 Strikes; report to be filed. (c) If service at a point is interrupted Within fifteen (15) days following reor inauguration delayed for more than sumption of service after a strike an air three (3) consecutive days for reasons carrier shall file a report with the Board beyond the certificate holder's control (marked for the attention of the Direcother than a strike, the holder shall give tor, Bureau of Operating Rights) connotice to the Board marked for the taining a list of all flights that were attention of Director, Bureau of Operat- canceled, the date they were canceled, ing Rights) within three (3) days fol- and the date service was restored. lowing the date of required inauguration (Sec. 204(a) of the Federal Aviation Act of of service or suspension, setting forth 1958, as amended. Reorg. Plan No. 3 of 1961.) the date of suspension and a full and (ER-855, 39 FR 18429, May 28, 1974) complete statement of the reasons
NOTE: The reporting requirements contherefor.
tained herein have been approved by the (ER-348, 27 FR 783, Jan. 25, 1962, as amended Office of Management and Budget in accordby ER-865, 89 FR 18429, May 28, 1974) ance with the Federal Reports Act of 1942.