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OST Docket Filings for August 12, 2019

 

Applications and Renewals:

Japan Transocean Air - Japan-US Codesharing with Hawaiian

Volga-Dnepr - Cabotage for Boeing and GE Aviation

Answers and Replies:

LaudaMotion Executive - Agent for Service

Notices of Action Taken:

None

Notices and Orders:

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Japan Transocean Air Co., Ltd.

OST-2019-0113 - Exemption and Statement of Authorization - Japan-US Codesharing with Hawaiian Airlines

August 9, 2019

Application for an Exemption and Statement of Authorization

JTA will not conduct any operations to/from the United States under the requested authority; rather, as noted at the outset, it seeks only the authority necessary to place the HA* code on its scheduled flights within Japan. JTA will also continue to display its own code on such flights. Hawaiian will not hold out or sell seats to local traffic on the JTA-operated flights. JTA asks that the requested authorities cover not only the initial Hawaiian-JTA codeshare routes identified in Appendix A to the J/LHawaiian Codeshare Agreement, but also all of JTA’s scheduled routes within Japan, when such routes are part of Hawaiian service to/from the United States. JTA requests that the Department consider all such routes to have been notified to the Department such that no additional notice filing is required for JTA and Hawaiian to commence codeshare operations on any such route in the circumstances described in this application.

JAL and Hawaiian have blanket statements of authorization (and related Hawaiian exemption authority) for their codeshare arrangements. See Notice of Action Taken, Docket DOT-OST-2018-0009 (Feb. 8, 2018); see also Notice of Action Taken, Docket DOT-OST-2018-0009 (Mar. 19, 2018) (amending statement of authorization to allow JAL to display the HA* designator code of Hawaiian not only on flights operated by JAL, as initially authorized, but also on JAL flights using aircraft wet leased from its subsidiary, J-Air Co., Ltd.).

Counsel: Steptoe & Johnson, William Karas, 202-429-6223

OST-2018-0084 - Hawaiian Airlines and Japan Airlines - Approval of and Antitrust Immunity for Alliance Agreements

https://jta-okinawa.com/

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LaudaMotion Executive GmbH

OST-2002-12556

August 12, 2019

Designation of Agent for Service of Notice

Counsel: Cozen O'Connor, Jonathan Echmalian

OST-2018-0029 - Exemption and Foreign Air Carrier Permit - EU-US Open-Skies Charter Passenger

https://www.laudamotion.com

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Volga-Dnepr Airlines LLC

 

OST-2019-0114 - Emergency Exemption - Columbus-Everett/Seattle/Spokane / Columbus-Charleston

August 12, 2019

Application for an Exemption

GE Aviation requires the transport of outsized GE90, GEnx, and GE9X aircraft engines from Columbus, OH to greater Seattle area, WA and from Columbus, OH to Charleston, SC to address a Boeing production line stoppage created by engine delivery delays. The sheer size of each engine, coupled with the distance and weather between Ohio and Washington and between Ohio and South Carolina, excludes the possibility of transporting these units on an expedited basis using surface transportation. In order to avoid unnecessary and costly delays, the engines need to be shipped by air, and because no civil aircraft operated by U.S. carriers are capable of carrying such outsized cargo, the only way to resolve this emergency is for the engines to be transported using an AN-124-100 aircraft.

Counsel: Volga-Dnepr, Mitch Dubner, 832-585-8611

 

OST-2019-0115 - Emergency Exemption - Fort Worth-Everett/Seattle / Fort Lauderdale-Everett/Seattle / Wichita-Everett/Seattle / Charleston-Everett/Seattle / Everett/Seattle-Charleston

August 12, 2019

Application for an Exemption

Boeing requires the airlift of outsized parts and components to greater Seattle and Charleston areas to address its B767, B787 and B777 production lines stoppage created by delivery delays. The sheer size of each part or component, coupled with the distance between Florida and Washington, Texas and Washington, Kansas and Washington, and South Carolina and Washington excludes the possibility of transporting these units on an expedited basis using surface transportation. In order to avoid unnecessary and costly delays, the parts and components need to be shipped by air, and because no civil aircraft operated by U.S. carriers are capable of carrying such outsized cargo, the only way to resolve this emergency is for the parts to be transported using an AN-124-100 aircraft.

Counsel: Volga-Dnepr, Mitch Dubner, 832-585-8611

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

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