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Updated: Wednesday, May 3, 2006 10:18 AM


OST-2005-22882 - Gazpromavia Aviation - Russia-US Cargo Charters

http://eng.gazpromavia.ru/


OST-2005-22883 - Exemption - Russian Federation-US All-Cargo Charter Service


Gazpromavia Aviation Company Ltd.

OST-2005-22882 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Russian Federation-US All-Cargo Charter Service

November 2, 2005

Application for a Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Bookmarked

GAZPROMAVIA requests a foreign air carrier permit authorizing it to engage in charter all-cargo air transportation operations (1) between point or points in Russia and point or points in the United States; and (2) between point or points in the United States and point or points in a third country or countries subject to pertinent national, bilateral and international agreements, rules and regulations. As a result of GAZPROMAVIA's desire to begin operating charter services and advertise its services in its own right as soon as possible, GAZPROMAVIA is contemoraneously filing an Application for an Exemption that would authorize the services that are subject of this application.

GAZPROMAVIA will primarily utilize Antonov AN-74 and Ilyushin IL-76 aircraft in the United States, or such other aircraft as it may have or acquire to conduct the proposed operations.

Counsel: The Wicks Group, Glenn Wicks, 202-457-7790, gpwicks@wicks-group.com


OST-2005-22882 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Russian Federation-US All-Cargo Charter Service

November 11, 2005

Amendment No. 1 to Application for a Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Bookmarked

Subsequent to its referenced application, GAZPROMAVIA completed negotiations for, and obtained, additional insurance that would enable it to operate not only cargo but also passenger and combination services between the Russian Federation and the United States.

As was stated in its initial application, in accordance with the terms of the U.S.-Russia Air Transport Agreement and Annexes thereto, GAZPROMAVIA has been designated as a charter passenger, combination and all-cargo carrier to provide services between Russia and the United States. See Exhibit GZ-16. However, GAZPROMAVIA initially only requested all-cargo charter authority due to then pending negotiations with its insurer for additional coverage, as required for passenger and combination service. OST Form 6411 for GAZPROMAVIA’s passenger/combination aircraft evidencing additional insurance are attached hereto. GAZPROMAVIA respectfully requests that the attached forms be added to its Exhibit GZ-7 contained in the above-captioned docket.

All other information contained in Exhibits GZ-1 through GZ-18 as responses to the evidentiary requests found in 14 C.F.R. § 211.20 of the Department's Regulations, remain unchanged, and are incorporated herein by reference.

GAZPROMAVIA intends to start its charter service in December of 2005 primarily utilizing its AN-74 and IL-76 equipment.

Counsel: The Wicks Group, Glenn Wicks, 202-457-7790, GPWicks@Wicks-Group.com


Order 2006-2-7
OST-2005-22882 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Russian Federation-US All-Cargo Charter Service
OST-2005-22883 - Exemption - Russian Federation-US All-Cargo Charter Service

Issued and Served February 8, 2006

Order Granting Exemption and to Show Cause

On August 23, 2005, the Department issued a Notice, in Docket OST-2005-22228, announcing several steps designed to streamline our regulatory procedures for licensing U.S. and foreign air carriers.

We have decided, under assigned authority and consistent with our August 23, 2005 Notice referenced above, to grant the applicant’s request for exemption authority, subject to conditions, and tentatively to grant, subject to show-cause procedures, its request for a foreign air carrier permit, also subject to conditions.

With respect to the applicant’s request for a foreign air carrier permit in this proceeding, we direct all interested persons to show cause why our tentative decision on that application, set forth above, should not be made final.

By: Paul Gretch


Order 2006-5-2
OST-2005-22882 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Russian Federation-US All-Cargo Charter Service

Issued and Served May 2, 2006

Final Order | Word

By Order 2006-2-7, issued February 8, 2006, we directed all interested persons to show cause why we should not make final our tentative findings and conclusions stated therein and award a foreign air carrier permit in the form attached to the Order and subject to the conditions attached thereto.  We gave interested persons 21 days to file objections to the Order.  We said that if no objections are filed, all further procedural steps shall be deemed waived, and the Department will enter an order (subject to Presidential review under 49 USC §41307) which will make final the findings and conclusions of the Order

By: Paul Gretch


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