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OST Docket Filings for April 30, 2009

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Updated: 4/30/09 | 9:37 AM

Applications and Renewals:

None

Answers and Replies:

Aerolineas Argentinas - 276th Escrow Deposit Report

Notices of Action Taken:

American - New York JFK-Buenos Aires Temporary Dormancy Waiver

Volga-Dnepr - Hunter Army Air Field, GA-Biggs Army Air Field, TX

Notices and Orders:

None




Aerolineas Argentinas, S.A.

OST-2003-15092

April , 2009

Re: TWO-HUNDRED-SEVENTY-SIXTH Escrow Deposit Report for the week ended April 26, 2009 - PDF Not Yet Available

Counsel: Rosen Greenberg, John Romans, 212-530-4827

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American Airlines, Inc.

OST-2008-0186 - Allocation of Five Weekly Combination Frequencies - New York-Buenos Aires

Filed April 6, 2009 | Approved April 29, 2009

Approval of Temporary Dormancy Waiver

We will grant the carrier's request for a dormancy waiver for three of its five weekly U.S.-Argentina combination frequencies. We will require the carrier to resume service no later than November 19, 2009.

We note that American did not request a dormancy waiver for the remaining two frequencies; therefore
these frequencies will automatically revert to the Department.

By: Thuy Cooper

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Volga-Dnepr J.S. Cargo Airline

OST-2009-0097 - Emergency Exemption - Hunter AAF-Biggs AAF

April 24, 2009

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 USC § 40109(g) to permit the applicant to operate one, one-way, all-cargo charter flight, using its AN-124-100 aircraft, carrying outsized cargo on behalf of the U.S. Department of Defense (DOD), between Hunter Army Air Field, Georgia, and Biggs Army Air Field, Texas, during the period April 27-29, 2009. The applicant states that the flight would carry OH-58D helicopters and support equipment. The applicant asserts that DOD needs the subject lift to ensure the smooth rotation of equipment without disruption to operational missions; that the DOD organic lift scheduled to transport the cargo was diverted to other areas; that the cargo is too large for transportation on any commercially available U.S. aircraft; and that surface transportation is not feasible because of the nature of the cargo and the urgency of the shipment

By: Christa Fornarotto

http://www.volga-dnepr.com/

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