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ABSA Undocketed Filings:

OST-96-1372 June 3, 1997 Application for Renewal of an Exemption Sao Paulo - Manaus - Miami, All-Cargo
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OST-96-1372 Posted July 17, 1997 Notice of Action Taken Sao Paulo - Manaus - Miami, All-Cargo
OST-96-1372 July 31, 1998 Amended Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority  
    Service List  
OST-96-1372 August 26, 1998 Notice of Action  
OST-96-1372 September 15, 1998 Application for Renewal of an Exemption Sao Paulo - Manaus - Miami, All-Cargo
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OST-96-1372 Dated July 27, 1999
Docketed August 3, 1999
Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority Sao Paulo - Manaus - Miami, All-Cargo
OST-96-1372 Filed August 3, 1999
Issued August 27, 1999
Notice of Action Taken U.S.- Brazil
OST-96-1372 August 16, 2000 Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority Miami, Florida - Sao Paulo/Manus, Brazil
    Service List  
OST-96-1372 Filed August 16, 2000
Approved September 19, 2000
Notice of Action Taken Miami, Florida - Sao Paulo/Manus, Brazil
OST-96-1372 December 14, 2001 Application for Renewal of Exemption Miami-Sao Paulo/Manaus, Brazil
    Service List  
OST-96-1372 Filed December 14, 2001
Issued January 2, 2001
Notice of Action Taken Miami-Sao Paulo/Manaus, Brazil
OST-96-1372 January 16, 2002
Docketed January 17, 2002
Application for Amendment of Exemption Authority Miami-Sao Paulo/Manaus, Brazil
    Service List  
OST-96-1372 Filed January 17, 2002
Issued January 28, 2002
Notice of Action Taken Miami-Sao Paulo/Manaus, Brazil
OST-96-1372 December 31, 2002
Docketed January 2, 2003
Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority Brazil-U.S.
    Service List  
OST-96-1372 Filed January 2, 2003
Issued January 27, 2003
Notice of Action Taken Brazil-U.S.
       

OST-96-1372 - Brazil-US Scheduled/Charter All-Cargo

January 7, 2004

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Permit ABSA to continue to conduct scheduled and charter all-cargo services between any point or points in Brazil and the U.S. coterminal points New York/ Atlanta/ Miami/ Orlando/ Detroit/ Houston/ Chicago/ Los Angeles/ Washington D.C./ Baltimore/ San Francisco/ Boston/ San Juan, via intermediate points.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655


OST-96-1372 - Brazil-US Scheduled All-Cargo

Filed January 8, 2004 | Issued January 27, 2004

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 USC section 41301 to permit the applicant to continue to conduct the following operations: A) scheduled, all-cargo services between any point or points in Brazil and the U.S. coterminal points New York/Atlanta/Miami/Orlando/Detroit/Houston/Chicago/Los Angeles/Washington, D.C./Baltimore/Boston/San Francisco/San Juan, via intermediate points; and B) charters, carrying property and mail, between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other cargo charters, in accordance with the Department's regulations (14 CFR Part 212).

By: Paul Gretch


OST-96-1372 - Brazil-US Scheduled/Charter All-Cargo

January 5, 2005

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Permit ABSA to continue to conduct scheduled and charter all-cargo services between any point or points in Brazil and the U.S. coterminal points New York/ Atlanta! Miami/ Orlando/ Detroit/ Houston/ Chicago/ Los Angeles/ Washington D.C./ Baltimore/ San Francisco/ Boston/ San Juan, via intermediate points.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655, cpena2@mindspring.com


OST-96-1372 - Brazil-US Scheduled/Charter All-Cargo

Filed January 5, 2005 | Issued January 26, 2005

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 U.S.C. 41301 to permit the applicant to continue to conduct the following operations: A) scheduled, all-cargo services between any point or points in Brazil, and the U.S. coterminal points New York/Atlanta/Miami/Orlando/Detroit/Houston/Chicago/Los Angeles/Washington, D.C./Baltimore/Boston/San Francisco/San Juan, via intermediate points; and B) charters, carrying property and mail, between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other charters, in accordance with the Department’s regulations (1 4 CFR Part 2 12).

By: Paul Gretch


OST-1996-1372 - Brazil-US Scheduled/Charter All-Cargo

December 5, 2005

Application for Amendment of Exemption Authority | Word

application is hereby made by Aerolineas Brasileiras, S.A., for an amendment of its existing  exemption from 49 USC §41301, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA to engage, consistent with the terms of Section I(1)(B)(1)(a),Scheduled Services, Attachment C of the Memorandum of Consultations executed on November 18, 1997 between the United States of America and the Federative Republic of Brazil, in the scheduled foreign transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami and Frankfurt, Germany.

Counsel: Celestio Pena, 305-856-5655


OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US Scheduled and Charter All-Cargo

January 6, 2006

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Continue to conduct scheduled and charter all-cargo services between any point or points in Brazil and the U.S. coterminal points New York/ Atlanta/ Miami/ Orlando/ Detroit/ Houston/ Chicago/ Los Angeles/ Washington D.C./ Baltimore/ San Francisco/ Boston/ San Juan, via intermediate points.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655, cpena2@mindspring.com


OST-1996-1372 - Brazil-US Scheduled/Charter All-Cargo

Filed December 5, 2005 and January 6, 2006 | Issued February 8, 2006

Notice of Action Taken | Word

Renewal of exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to permit the applicant to conduct: 1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the U.S. coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; and 2) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

Amend the existing exemption from USC § 41301 to permit the applicant to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and Frankfurt, Germany.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-1996-1372 - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

July 11, 2006

Application for Amendment of Exemption Authority | Word

Application is hereby made by Aerolineas Brasileiras, S.A. for an amendment of its existing  exemption, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA to engage in the scheduled foreign transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami and Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

ABSA currently holds regulatory authority to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between Brazil and the United States, and all-cargo charters in accordance with the Department of Transportation regulations.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 303-856-5655


OST-1996-1372 - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

Filed July 11, 2006 | Issued July 21, 2006

Notice of Action Taken

Amend exemption from 49 USC 41301, issued on June 14, 2006, in the present Docket, which permits the applicant to conduct: 1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the U.S. coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and Sail Juan, Puerto Rico; 2) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany; and 3) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212, so as to also permit the applicant to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

The Department is acting on ABSA’s application prior to the expiration of the 15-day answer period with the consent of all parties served.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

July 8, 2007

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority | Word

Application is hereby made by Aerolinhas Brasileiras, S.A. for an exemption from 49 USC §41301 and 14 C.F.R. Part 211, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA to continue to conduct:

  1. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the U.S. coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico;
  2. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany; and
  3. charter foreign air transportation of property and mail , between any point or points in Brazil, and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212, so as to also permit ABSA to conduct foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida , and beyond to Amsterdam, The Netherlands

ABSA currently holds regulatory authority to engage in scheduled and charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between Brazil and the United States, and all-cargo charters in accordance with the Department of Transportation regulations.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655, cpena@bellsouth.com


OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US Cargo

August 27, 2007

Textual Correction | Word

Reference is made to ABSA’s Application for a Renewal of Exemption Authority submitted on July 7 , 2007 in the above captioned Docket OST-1996-1372. Due to a scrivener’s error the U.S. coterminal point Washington, D.C. was omitted in the submission’s text. Kindly consider this letter as our request for the correction of said omission, thereby including Washington, D.C. in ABSA’s Application, as a coterminal point previously authorized in various Notices of Action Taken issued by the Department, in accordance with Brazil-US. bilateral agreements.

Counsel: ABSA, Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655, cpena2@bellsouth.net


OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - US-Brazil

Filed July 9, 2007 | Supplemented August 27, 2007 | Issued October 29, 2007

Notice of Action Taken

Renewal of exemption from 49 USC 41301 to permit the applicant to conduct: 1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the U.S. coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; 2) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany, and Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and 3) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US Cargo

September 22, 2008

Application for Renewal of Exemption

Application is hereby made by Aerolinhas Brasileiras, S.A. for an exemption from 49 use §41301 and 14 C.F.R. Part 211, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA to continue to conduct:

i) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the U.S. coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit,Michigan;Houston,Texas; Chicago,Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland /Washington,D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; and

ii) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands; and

iii) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

Counsel: ABSA, Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

Filed September 22, 2008 | Issued October 20, 2008

Notice of Action Taken

Renewal of exemption from 49 USC §41301 to permit the applicant to conduct: 1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the U.S. coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; 2) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany, and Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and 3) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

September 11, 2009

Application for Renewal of Exemption

Application is hereby made by Aerolinhas Brasileiras, S.A. for an exemption to permit ABSA to continue conducting:

  1. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the U.S. coterminal points Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico;
  2. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany, and Amsterdam, The Netherlands; and
  3. charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, between any point or points in Brazil, and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 C.F.R. Part 212.

ABSA currently holds regulatory authority to engage in scheduled and charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between Brazil and the United States, and all-cargo charters in accordance with the Department of Transportation regulations. See OST-1996-1372 and Notice of Action Taken issued on October 20, 2008.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

October 23, 2009

Re: Correction of Omission

Reference is made to ABSA's Application for a Renewal of Exemption Authority submitted on September 11, 2009 in the above captioned Docket OST-1996-1372. Due to a scrivener's error the US coterminal point New York, New York was omitted in the submission's text. Kindly consider this letter as our request for the correction of said omission, thereby including New York, New York in ABSA's Application, as a coterminal point previously authorized in various Notices of Action Taken issued by the Department, in accordance with Brazil-US bilateral agreements.

By: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

Filed September 11, 2009 | Supplemented October 26, 2009 | Issued November 18, 2009

Notice of Action Taken

Renewal of exemption from 49 USC §41301 to permit the applicant to conduct: 1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the US coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; 2) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany, and Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and 3) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami-Amsterdam/Frankfurt

November 8, 2010

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Aerolinhas Brasileiras, S.A. applies for an exemption to permit ABSA to continue conducting:

  1. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the US coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/ Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico.;
  2. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany and Amsterdam, The Netherlands; and
  3. charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, between any point or points in Brazil, and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

Counsel: ABSA, Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam All-Cargo

Filed November 8, 2010 | Issued December 13, 2010

Notice of Action Taken

Renewal of exemption from 49 USC §41301 to permit the applicant to conduct: 1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, and the US coterminal points New York, New York; Atlanta, Georgia; Miami, Florida; Orlando, Florida; Detroit, Michigan; Houston, Texas; Chicago, Illinois; Los Angeles, California; Baltimore, Maryland/Washington, D.C.; Boston, Massachusetts; San Francisco, California; and San Juan, Puerto Rico; 2) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from a point or points in Brazil, via intermediate points, to Miami, Florida, and beyond to Frankfurt, Germany, and Amsterdam, the Netherlands; and 3) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Brazil and any point or points in the United States, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US All-Cargo Charters

April 5, 2011

Application to Amend Existing Authority

ABSA applies to to amend its existing exemption authority under 49 USC §41301 and 14 CFR Part 211, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA:

  1. to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail between any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond;
  2. to conduct charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, between any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212; and to conduct any and all such charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, as herein described, without prior Department of Transportation approval.

ABSA currently holds regulatory authority to engage in scheduled and charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between Brazil and the United States, and all-cargo charters in accordance with the Department of Transportation regulations. See Docket OST-1996-1372 and Notice of Action Taken issued on December 13, 2010.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655



OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam

Filed April 5, 2011 | Issued May 9, 2011

Notice of Action Taken

Amend existing exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to the extent necessary to permit the applicant to conduct (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; (2) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and (3) other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

ABSA’s existing exemption (see Notice of Action Taken issued on December 13, 2010, in this docket) authorizes, in addition to charter service, scheduled all-cargo service between Brazil and certain named US and third-country points. ABSA here is seeking to amend its exemption authority consistent with the traffic rights set forth under the provisions of the US-Brazil Air Transport Agreement and the US-Brazil Memorandum of Consultations signed March 18, 2011.

By: Paul Gretch


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-Miami/Amsterdam All-Cargo

Filed April 11, 2012 | Issued May 3, 2012

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; (2) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and (3) other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

By: Paul Gretch


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US

May 1, 2013

Application for Renewal of Exemption

ABSA hereby submits its application for the renewal of its exemption authority under 49 USC §41301 and 14 CFR Part 211, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA:

Counsel: ABSA, Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US Scheduled and Charters

Filed May 1, 2013 | Issued June 17, 2013

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; (2) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and (3) other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

By: Paul Gretch


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - US-Brazil All-Cargo

June 9, 2014

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Aerolinhas Brasileiras, S.A. hereby submits its application for the renewal of its exemption authority under 49 USC §41301 and 14 CFR Part 211, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA:

  1. to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond;
  2. to conduct charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212; and to conduct any and all such charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, as herein described, without prior Department of Transportation approval.

ABSA currently holds regulatory authority to engage in scheduled and charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between Brazil and the United States, and all-cargo charters in accordance with the Department of Transportation regulations.

Counsel: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - US-Brazil

Filed June 9, 2013 | Issued November 21, 2014

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; (2) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and (3) other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212

By: Paul Gretch


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US Scheduled and Charter All-Cargo

October 28, 2015

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Aerolinhas Brasileiras, S.A. hereby submits its application for the renewal of its exemption authority under 49 USC §41301 and 14 CFR Part 211, to the extent necessary to permit ABSA:

  1. to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond;
  2. to conduct charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212; and to conduct any and all such charter foreign air transportation of property and mail, as herein described, without prior Department of Transportation approval.

ABSA currently holds regulatory authority to engage in scheduled and charter foreign air transportation of property and mail between Brazil and the United States, and all-cargo charters in accordance with the Department of Transportation regulations. See Docket OST-1996-1372 and Notices of Action Taken issued on December 13, 2010, May 9, 2011, May 3, 2012, June 17, 2013 and November 21, 2014.

By: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655




OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US

Filed October 28, 2015 | Issued February 18, 2016

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; (2) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and (3) other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

By: Brian Hedberg


 

OST-1995-236

March 2016

Warsaw Agreement

By: Dario Matsuguma / Guillerme Le


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US Scheduled and Charter

December 16, 2016

Application for Renewal of Exemption

ABSA d/b/a LATAM Cargo Brasil hereby submits its application for the renewal of its exemption authorizing it to engage in:

  1. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond;
  2. charter foreign transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and
  3. other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212, as authorized under Docket OST-1996-1372.

Counsel: Celestino Perez, 305-856-5655


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US All-Cargo Scheduled and Charter

Filed Decmeber 16, 2016 | Issued February 3, 2017

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; (2) charter foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and (3) other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212.

Subsequent to our last renewal action in this Docket, the applicant, formerly known as Aerolinhas Brasileiras, S.A., requested under 14 CFR Part 215 to register the additional trade name LATAM Cargo Brasil. By letter dated May 4, 2016, the Department acknowledged registration of the additional name.

By: Brian Hedberg


 

OST-1996-1372 - Exemption - Brazil-US All-Cargo

January 8, 2018

Application for Renewal of Exemption

Hereby submits its application for the renewal of its exemption authorizing it to engage in:

  1. scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond;
  2. charter foreign transportation of property and mail from any point or points behind Brazil, via Brazil and intermediate points, to any point or points in the United States and beyond; and
  3. other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212, as authorized under Docket OST-1996-1372.

By: Celestino Pena, 305-856-5655

 

 

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