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OST Docket Filings for March 14, 2017

 

Applications and Renewals:

Elite Airways - US-Canada/Bahamas

Answers and Replies:

Advanced Air - Additional Information Response (Commuter Authority)

Delta and AeroMexico ATI - Comments of City & County of Denver and Volaris

Notices of Action Taken:

None

Notices and Orders:

None




Advanced Air, LLC

OST-2016-0120 - Commuter Air Carrier Authority - Hawthorne, CA-Las Vegas

March 13, 2017

Additional Information Response

  • February 2017 Profit & Loss and Balance Sheet

By: Levi Stockton

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Delta Air Lines, Inc. and Aerovias de Mexico, S.A. de C.V.

OST-2015-0070 - Antitrust Immunity for Alliance Agreements


March 13, 2017

Comments of City & County of Denver

Denver has not taken a position at any point in this proceeding as to the merits of the other applications for slots or the benefits provided by any of the other services proposed. We continue to hold this position and therefore cannot comment directly on the other tentative findings and conclusions of the Department as they relate to any allocation of slots other than the allocation provided to Volaris for a year-round daily nonstop flight between DEN and MEX. Although this is true, given the need to start planning for this important new service and the efforts that will be provided to ensure that the new flight is as successful as we all recognize it will be, we urge the Department to finalize its tentative findings and conclusions as quickly as possible.

The public benefits that a year-round daily nonstop flight between DEN and MEX will provide, and the benefits that low fare airlines bring to this market are without question. I strongly encourage the Department to finalize its tentative decision quickly so that the benefits of this decision can be provided to the traveling public without delay.

By: Kim Day




March 13, 2017

Comments of Volaris

The Department denied Volaris' request for a Phase 2 JFK slot in favor of vivaAerobus, which tentatively was granted two JFK slots in order to operate double-daily JFK service. Volaris notes that vivaAerobus has since requested that the Department allow it to switch one of its authorized Phase 2 services from New York (JFK)-MEX to LAX-MEX,6 which means that, if granted, vivaAerobus would operate only a single daily service to JFK, which potentially could free that slot for use by Volaris. To the extent that the Department permits vivaAerobus to make that substitution of desired services, Volaris respectfully requests that the Department revise its tentative decision and grant Volaris its desired Phase 2 slot at JFK so that it might launch scheduled JFK-CUN service in Phase 2.

Volaris largely concurs with the tentative findings made by the Department. Volaris respectfully requests, however, that the Department be prepared to withdraw and reallocate any slots that are not promptly used by the designated awardees. Volaris further requests that to the extent the Department allows vivaAerobus to change its Phase 2 service plans, that Volaris be granted the Phase 2 slot at JFK that would have been used for vivaAerobus' second daily JFK-MEX service.

Counsel: Holland & Knight, Anita Mosner, 202-419-2604

Additional Comments - March 13

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Elite Airways

OST-2017-0036 - Exemption - US-Canada/Bahamas

March 10, 2017

Application for an Exemption and Designation to Provide Foreign Scheduled Air Transportation

Elite Airways, LLC hereby applies for an exemption under 49 USC 41101 and designation under the applicable Air Transport Agreements authorizing it to provide scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between a point or points in the United States and a point or points in both Canada and the Bahamas, beginning in May 2017. With respect to the Bahamas, Elite intends to initiate serv ice with one roundtrip flight per day, 3X weekly between Newark Liberty Airport and Bimini, Bahamas and one roundtrip flight per day, 3X weekly between Melbourne, Florida and Bimini, i n the Bahamas. With respect to Canada, Elite intends to initiate one roundtrip per day, twice weekly between Halifax, Nova Scotia and Portland, Maine.

Counsel: Akin Gump, Gregory Walden, 202-887-4213

http://res.eliteairways.net/

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