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Aerosur, S.A.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com

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Aerosur, S.A.


OST-1995-236 - Warsaw Liability Limitations

September 6, 2006

Warsaw Agreement

By: Aerosur, Humberto Roca


OST-2002-12556 - Designation of Agent for Service

September 6, 2006

Designation of Agent

Counsel: Pierre Murphy


OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - US-Bolivia

September 29, 2006

Application for an Exemption - 246 pages - Bookmarked

AeroSur hereby applies for an Exemption from 49 U.S.C. 41301, et seq., to permit it to engage in the scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, to Miami, FL, on the other hand.

Applicant plans to initiate scheduled operations to the U.S. with wet leased B-757-200 type aircraft, and the airline intends to initially provide scheduled combination service between Santa Cruz, Bolivia on the one hand, and Miami, FL on a daily basis.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com


OST-1998-3304 - Family Assistance Plans

September 28, 2006

Family Assistance Plan

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com


OST-1998-3305 - Passenger Manifest Information Plans

September 28, 2006

Passenger Manifest Information

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com


OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - US-Bolivia

October 30, 2006

Application for an Exemption - Erratum

To correct a typographical omission error on page 6 of AeroSur, S.A.’s Exemption Application filed herein September 29, 2006, (word “persons” omitted in error), AeroSur respectfully seeks leave to file the corrected page 6 attached.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com


OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

Filed September 29, 2006 | Issued December 14, 2006

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, and Miami, Florida, on the other hand. The applicant would conduct these services only by wet leasing aircraft from a duly authorized and properly supervised U.S. or foreign air carrier.

Bolivia is currently a Category 2 country under the FAA's International Aviation Safety Assessment Program.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

Filed September 29, 2006 | Issued December 14, 2006 | Corrected December 18, 2006

Notice of Action Taken - Corrected Copy

Exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, and Miami, Florida, on the other hand. The applicant would conduct these services only by wet leasing aircraft from a duly authorized and properly supervised U.S. or foreign air carrier.

The record indicates that the applicant is (77.1%) owned by citizens of Bolivia, with the remaining reported stock owned by a citizen of the Bahamas. In addition, 13 of Aerosur's key management personnel are citizens of Bolivia, with the remaining position is held by a citizen of Brazil.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

June 8, 2007

Amendment #1 Lifting of Wet Lease Condition

AeroSur respectfully submits this Amendment #1 to its current Exemption Authority and seeks to operate aircraft in its own right. AeroSur seeks the elimination of the wet-lease condition currently imposed by the Department on AeroSur in its award of U.S.-Bolivia scheduled combination authority.

Since the award of its authority, AeroSur has conducted all of its U.S.-Bolivia scheduled services exclusively using the aircraft wet lease services of a duly authorized U.S. air carrier as required by the exemption condition. AeroPostal currently operates its authorized U.S.-Bolivia scheduled services with B-757-200 aircraft wet-leased from Ryan Air.

In addition to continuing to use the wet lease services of Ryan, AeroSur now wishes to also operate aircraft in its own right on its authorized U.S.-Bolivia scheduled services as soon as all FAA and DOT authorities have been amended and/or obtained. In light of this changed circumstance, therefore, AeroSur hereby seeks a lifting of the wet-lease condition currently imposed on its exemption authority herein. To that end, AeroSur hereby advises the Department that the FAR Part 129 Ops Specs process is well underway with the Federal Aviation Administration staff in the Miami International Field Office and AeroSur has filed its FAA Form 8400-6 Pre-Application Statement of Intent and the required technical documentation, and two sets of meetings have now been held.

Upon the issuance and approval of its FAA Part 129 Operation Specifications and the lifting of the wet lease condition herein, it is AeroSur's intention to continue with its existing wet-lease arrangements, however AeroSur intends to supplement its existing U.S.-Bolivia wet-lease operations with other operations using its own aircraft on its authorized routes.

Counsel: Law Offices of Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com


OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Bolivia-US Scheduled Passenger

November 20, 2007

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Hereby applies for renewal of its exemption authority to engage in scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail from Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, to Miami, FL, on the other hand. AeroSur has been successfully operating scheduled combination service on this route since grant of authority.

Counsel; Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com



OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

March 6, 2008

Amendment #2

AeroSur respectfully submits this Amendment #2 submitting a copy of the executed OST Form 6411 Foreign Air Carriers Certificate of Insurance issued in the name of AeroSur, S.A. evidencing that insurance coverage continues to meet or exceed the requirements set out in 14 C.F.R. §205, original submitted to FAA on February 5, 2008.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980, pmurphy@lopmurphy.com



OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

Filed June 8, 2007, November 20, 2007 and March 7, 2008 | Issued April 22, 2008

Notice of Action Taken | Word

Renew exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, and Miami, Florida, on the other hand; and amend that authority to permit the carrier to permit the carrier to conduct the authorized operations using its own aircraft and crews.

The authority previously held by Aerosur was limited to operations using wet-lease aircraft only. The authority we are granting here authorizes the carrier to conduct operations using its own aircraft and crews. By memorandum dated January 24, 2008, the FAA advised us that it knew of no reason why we should act unfavorably on Aerosur’s application.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

October 7, 2008

Amendment #3

Aerosur, S.A. respectfully submits this Amendment #3 to its current Exemption Authority to include the full authority authorized by the governing bilateral Air Services Agreement.

On September 29, 2006, AeroSur filed its original application for scheduled combination Exemption Authority from its base in Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, to Miami, FL, on the other hand, pursuant to the 1948 U.S.-Bolivia Air Transport Services Agreement, as subsequently amended. By Notices of Action Taken issued herein dated December 14, 2006 and April 22, 2008, AeroSur's exemption authority was granted and remains in effect.

However, in addition to continuing to exercise the Santa Cruz-Miami, FL scheduled rights currently authorized herein, AeroSur now seeks to amend its authority to include the full authority the authorized carriers of Bolivia are permitted to operate under the terms of the 1948 U.S.-Bolivia Air Transport Services Agreement, as subsequently amended. See: AeroSur Designation No. VREC-AE-Cs-185/2006 dated June 9, 2006 (copy attached hereto as originally submitted herein on September 29, 2006 at Exhibit AES-8). See also: DGAC Notice dated September 7, 2006 (copy attached hereto as originally submitted herein on September 29, 2006 at Exhibit AES-8).

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980



OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

Filed October 7, 2008 | Issued December 17, 2008

Notice of Action Taken

Amend existing exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to the extent necessary to enable the applicant to engage in (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between a point or points in Bolivia, via intermediate points in South America and Panama, and the terminal point Miami, Florida; (2) charter foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between a point or points in Bolivia, on the one hand, and a point or points in the United States, on the other hand; and (3) other charters pursuant to 14 C.F.R. Part 212 of the Department’s rules.

On April 22, 2008, we renewed Aerosur’s exemption authority to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, and Miami, Florida, on the other hand, and amended that authority to permit the carrier to conduct the authorized operations using its own aircraft and crews.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

November 18, 2009

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

By Notice of Action Taken dated December 17, 2008, AeroSur was granted authority for one year to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail on the route set out above using its own aircraft. The authority granted is set to expire by its own terms on December 17, 2009. AeroSur, therefore, requests that its authority to conduct scheduled combination service on this route be extended by another year.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980



OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami


Filed November 18, 2009 | Issued January 22, 2010

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Santa Cruz, Bolivia, on the one hand, and Miami, Florida, on the other hand.

By: Paul Gretch


Filed November 18, 2009 | Issued January 22, 2010

Notice of Action Taken - Corrected Copy

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in (1) scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between a point or points in Bolivia, via intermediate points in South America and Panama, and the terminal point Miami, Florida; (2) charter foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between a point or points in Bolivia, on the one hand, and a point or points in the United States, on the other hand; and (3) other charters pursuant to 14 CFR Part 212 of the Department’s rules.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-2010-0281 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Dulles Scheduled Passenger

November 12, 2010

Application for an Exemption

Aero Sur hereby applies for an exemption to permit it to engage in the scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail between points in Bolivia, on the one hand, and Washington, DC, on the other hand, and to co-terminalize this service with AeroSur's existing services at Miami. AeroSur requests that this exemption be granted for at least a one-year period. AeroSur intends to initiate scheduled service to Washington, DC's Dulles Airport on December 8, 2010. AeroSur will offer scheduled service to Washington utilizing Boeing B-767-200 aircraft seating 175 passengers.

AeroSur currently operates Boeing B-767 service on the route Santa Cruz, Bolivia- Miami, FL pursuant to its exemption authority to provide service between a point or points in Bolivia, via intermediate points in South America and Panama, and the terminal point, Miami, FL. See: OST-2006-25990. In addition to its current service to Miami from Santa Cruz, AeroSur serves numerous points within Bolivia and South America.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980



OST-2010-0281 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Dulles Scheduled Passenger

November 17, 2010

Re: Polling Results

Pursuant to the above-referenced application filed on November 12, 2010, we hereby confirm that we have completed a telephone poll of the US carriers on the service list. All carriers have conveyed a "no objection" to the application.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980


Filed November 12, 2010 | Issued November 18, 2010

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between points in Bolivia, on the one hand, and Washington, D.C., on the other hand, and to co-terminalize this service with AeroSur’s existing services at Miami.

For Aerosur’s Miami authority, see Docket OST-2006-25990.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-2006-25990 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Miami

December 23, 2010

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

AeroSur hereby applies for renewal of its exemption authority from 49 USC §41301, et seq., to permit it to engage in (1) scheduled air transportation of persons, property and mail between a point or points in Bolivia, via intermediate points in South America and Panama, and the terminal point Miami, FL; (2) charter foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between a point or points in Bolivia, on the one hand, and a point or points in the United States, on the other hand; and (3) other charters pursuant to 14 CFR Part 212.

By Notice of Action Taken dated January 22, 2010, AeroSur was granted Renewal of its exemption authority for one year to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail on the route set out above using its own aircraft. The authority granted is set to expire by its own terms on January 22, 2011. AeroSur, therefore, requests that its authority to conduct scheduled combination service on this route be extended by another year.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980



OST-2010-0281 - Exemption - Bolivia-Dulles

October 25, 2011

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

AeroSur hereby applies for renewal of its exemption authority from 49 USC §41301, et seq., to permit it to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between points in Bolivia, on the one hand, and Washington, D.C, on the other hand, and to co-terminalize this service with AeroSur's existing services at Miami.

By Notice of Action Taken dated November 18, 2010, AeroSur was granted exemption authority for one year to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail on the route set out above using its own aircraft. The authority granted is set to expire by its own terms on November 18, 2011. AeroSur, therefore, requests that its authority to conduct scheduled combination service on this route be extended by another year.

Counsel: Pierre Murphy, 202-776-3980



OST-2010-0281 - Exemption - Santa Cruz, Bolivia-Dulles

Filed October 25, 2011 | Issued November 14, 2011

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between points in Bolivia, on the one hand, and Washington, DC, on the other hand, and to co-terminalize this service with AeroSur’s existing services at Miami (For AeroSur’s Miami authority, see Docket OST-2006-25990).

By: Paul Gretch


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