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OST Docket Filings for July 2, 2009

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Updated: 7/6/09 | 8:48 AM

Applications and Renewals:

None

Answers and Replies:

Report on Significant Rulemakings - July 2009

Notices of Action Taken:

FedEx - Dormancy Waiver (Hong Kong-Subic Bay/Paris Frequencies)

Package Delivery Xpress - Bahamas-US All-Cargo Charters

SATA - Portugal-US Codesharing with TAP

Notices and Orders:

ATA Airlines - Revoking Foreign Certificate (Interstate Scheduled)

Skybus Airlines - Revoking Foreign Certificate (US-Canada)

TSA - Security Programs for Foreign Air Carriers - Reinstatement of Public Collection of Information




ATA Airlines, Inc.

Order 2009-7-1
OST-2009-0089
42404

Issued May 1, 2009 | Served July 1, 2009

Order Revoking Foreign Certificate

By Order 2009-5-2, issued May 1, 2009, we revoked the section 41102 certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing ATA Airlines, Inc. to engage in interstate scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail.

By this order, we are revoking the company’s companion foreign scheduled certificate. Instead of repeating our findings and conclusion in Order 2009-5-2, we incorporate them here by reference. We revoke the certificate of public convenience and necessity issued to ATA Airlines, Inc., by Order 2003-3-6, authorizing it to engage in foreign scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail.

By: Todd Homan

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ATA_Airlines

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Federal Express Corporation

OST-2002-14049 - 2002/2003 Hong Kong Fifth-Freedom All-Cargo Frequencies
OST-1995-764 - Hong Kong Fifth-Freedom All-Cargo Proceeding

Filed June 23, 2009 | Approved July 2, 2009

Department Approval of Application

We will grant the carrier's request for a waiver of the 90-day dormancy condition applicable to its twelve Hong Kong-Subic Bay all-cargo frequencies and to five of its six Hong Kong-Paris all-cargo frequencies. We will require the carrier to resume service on March 28, 2010.

We acted on this application without awaiting expiration of the answer period with the consent of all parties served with the application.

By: Thuy Cooper

http://www.fedex.com/

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Package Delivery Xpress, Ltd.

OST-2008-0087 - Exemption - Bahamas-US All-Cargo Charters

Filed June 12, 2009 | Issued July 2, 2009

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to engage in charter foreign air transportation of property between a point or points in the United States, on the one hand, and a point or points in the Bahamas, on the other hand, using small aircraft.

Package Delivery Xpress styled its request in the captioned Docket as a renewal request. We note, however, that the applicant’s previous authority in this Docket had lapsed. Our action here thus does not in fact constitute a renewal.

By: Paul Gretch

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Report on DOT Significant Rulemakings

OST-2007-0114

July 2, 2009

Report on Significant Rulemakings - July 2009

By: DOT

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Sata Internacional - Serviços e Transportes Aéreos, S.A.

OST-2009-0134 - Statement of Authorization - Portugal-US Codesharing with TAP Air Portugal

Filed May 29, 2009 | Approved July 2, 2009

Department Action on Application

Application of SATA Internacioinal - Servicos e Transportes Aereos, S.A. for a statement of authorization to permit Sata to display the TP* designator code of TAP Air Portugal on flights operated by Sata between Lisbon, Portugal, and/or Ponta Delgada, Azores, on the one hand and Boston, Massachusetts, on the other hand. Sata also requests a waiver of the 45-day advance filing requirements under 14 CFR Part 212.

The Department is acting on Sata's request prior to the expiration of the 45-day advance filing requirement with the consent of all parties served.

By: Shelita Johnson

http://www.sata.pt/

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Skybus Airlines, Inc.

Order 2009-7-2
OST-2005-20072 - Interstate Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity - Scheduled Passenger
OST-2005-21744 - Foreign Certificate of Public Convenience and Necessity - Canada-US

Issued May 1, 2009 | Served July 1, 2009

Order Revoking Foreign Certificate

By Order 2009-5-3, issued May 1, 2009, we revoked the Section 41102 certificate of public convenience and necessity authorizing Skybus Airlines, Inc. to engage in interstate scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail.

By this order, we are revoking the company’s companion foreign scheduled certificate. Instead of repeating our findings and conclusion in Order 2009-5-3, we incorporate them here by reference. We revoke the certificate of public convenience and necessity issued to Skybus Airlines, Inc., by Order 2006-5-9, authorizing it to engage in foreign scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail.

By: Todd Homan

http://skybus.com/

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Transportation Security Administration - Information Regarding Security Programs for Foreign Air Carriers

On File at Federal Register July 2, 2009

30-Day Reinstatement Notice

Based on 49 CFR part 1546, Security Programs for Foreign Air Carriers, TSA requires foreign air carriers to submit the following information: (1) A master crew list of all flight deck and cabin crew members flying to and from the United States; (2) the flight crew list on a flight-by-flight basis; (3) passenger information on a flight-by-flight basis; and (4) total amount of cargo screened onboard flights departing airports within the United States, consisting of cargo screened at 100 percent and cargo screened at 50 percent. Foreign air carriers are required to provide this information via electronic means. Foreign air carriers with limited electronic systems may need to modify their current systems or generate a new computer system in order to submit the requested information. This information collection is mandatory for foreign air carriers and must be submitted in order to comply with their TSA-accepted security programs. Additionally, foreign air carriers must maintain these records as well as training records for crew members and individuals performing security-related functions, and make them available to TSA for inspection upon request.

Foreign air carriers must conduct a comparison of their passenger names and flight deck and cabin crew member names against the TSA-issued watch lists and report passengers who have been confirmed as a match. TSA will continue to collect information to determine foreign air carrier compliance with the requirements of 49 CFR part 1546.

By: Ginger LeMay

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