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Avialeasing Aviation Company

Counsel:  Wicks Group, Glenn Wicks, 703-841-4665

http://www.avialeasing.com/

OST-99-6025 July 27, 1999 Application for an Exemption

Scanned Copy

All-Cargo Charter Service between Uzbekistan and the United States
OST-99-6026 July 27, 1999 Application for a Foreign Air Carrier Permit

Scanned Copy

All-Cargo Charter Service between Uzbekistan and the United States
    Exhibits

Exhibits AL-1 thru 6 / AL-9 thru 12 / AL-14 thru 17

 
    Exhibit AL-7Insurance Coverage  
    Exhibit AL-8Operator's Certificate  
    Exhibit AL-13Financial Data Summaries  
    Exhibit AL-18Waiver of Liability Limits Under Warsaw Convention  
OST-99-6025 Filed July 27, 1999
Issued September 20, 1999
Notice of Action Taken All-Cargo Charter Service
between Uzbekistan and the
United States
    Attachment  
OST-99-6025 September 21, 2000 Application for Expedited Renewal of an Exemption All-Cargo Charter Service Between the Republic of Uzbekistan and the US
    Service List  
OST-99-6025 Filed September 21, 2000
Issued September 22, 2000
Notice of Action Taken All-Cargo Charter Service between Uzbekistan and the U.S.
OST-01-11224 December 20, 2001 Application for an Emergency Exemption Jacksonville- San Juan
    Attachment:  Letters in Support  
    Service List  
OST-01-11224 Filed December 20, 2001
Issued December 20, 2001
Notice of Action Taken Jacksonville- San Juan
OST-01-11247 December 27, 2001 Application for an Emergency Exemption Miami, Florida - Los Angeles, California
    Attachment:  Requests for Flight  
    Service List  
OST-01-11247 Filed December 23, 2001
Filed December 27, 2001
Issued December 28, 2001
Notice of Action Taken Miami, Florida - Los Angeles, California
Order 02-1-10
OST-99-6026
Issued November 26, 2001
Served January 24, 2002 
Order Issuing Foreign Air Carrier Permit All-Cargo Charter Service between Uzbekistan and the United States
    Attachment:  Permit  
       


OST-98-3304 - Family Assistance Plans

March 10, 2004

Re: Amended Family Assistance Plan

Counsel: The Wicks Group, Glenn Wicks, 202-457-7790


OST-04-20003 - Emergency Exemption - Newburgh-West Palm Beach

December 29, 2004

Application for an Emergency Exemption

The cargo payload to be transported by Avialeasing from Newburgh to West Palm Beach will consist of one IBM mainframe computer and related parts with the total weight of approximately 3,740 lbs. The mainframe payload measures 61”L x 37”w x 97”h and weighs 3,000 lbs. It must be transported in an upright position, and cannot be accommodated by any domestic commercial carrier aircraft other than B-747, Hercules, and DC-10 aircraft. According to the shipper, the payload cannot be transported by any U.S. civil certified commercial flights due to lack of availability for the required dates of U.S. carrier aircraft capable of transporting the payload.

Counsel: Glenn Wicks, 202-457-7790


OST-04-20003 - Newburgh-West Palm Beach Emergency Exemption

December 29, 2004

Withdrawal of Application for an Emergency Exemption

Hereby withdraws its Application in the above-captioned Docket due to the cancellation of the flight by the shipper.

Counsel: Glenn Wicks, 202-457-7790


Avialeasing Aviation Company, Uzbekistan Airways, Aerosvit Airlines, Air Ukraine, Antonov Design Bureau

Order 2005-4-22
Undocketed

Issued and Served April 26, 2005

Order

In this order we are removing the requirement that, for national security reasons, foreign air carriers of Uzbekistan and Ukraine obtain approved routings, or prior approval under 14 CFR Part 212, for their charter operations to or from the United States.

Order 81-5-41 required a number of foreign air carriers for national security reasons to seek prior approval under the provisions of Part 212 before operating any charter flights to or from the United States. The prior approval requirement was used to establish satisfactory flight routings supplied by the FAA and Department of Defense. At the time Order 81-5-44 was issued, no foreign air carriers of either Uzbekistan or Ukraine held Department authority to serve the United States. However, carriers of each country have since obtained Department authority, and the FAA's position has been that the charter operations by foreign air carriers from Uzbekistan and Ukraine should be subject to prior approval for national security reasons.

The foreign air carriers of Uzbekistan are Avialeasing Aviation Company (Avialeasing) and Uzbekistan Airways. Avialeasing, an all-cargo carrier, holds a foreign air carrier permit issued by Order 2002-1-10. Uzbekistan Airways, a combination carrier, holds a foreign air carrier permit issued by Order 98-10-18.

AeroSvit's current exemption authority authorizes it to engage in scheduled combination services between Ukraine and New York, and to conduct charters in accordance with Part 212 of the Department's rules. See Notice of Action Taken dated December 2, 2004. in Docket OST-2002-12356. Air Ukraine's current exemption authority, confirmed by Order 96-10-17 (Docket OST-96-1406), authorizes Air Ukraine to conduct scheduled combination services between Ukraine and the coterminal points New York, Washington, D.C. (Duties), Chicago and Los Angeles; and to conduct charters in accordance with Part 212 of the Department's rules. On September 17, 1997, Air Ukraine filed a timely renewal application in Docket OST-96-1406 to continue its exemption authority

By: Karan Bhatia



Undocketed

March 26, 2009

Re: Request for Waiver of Ownership and Controls Standards

Avialeasing respectfully requests that the Department grant a waiver of the ownership and control standards set forth in the United States-Uzbekistan bilateral agreement to the extent necessary to permit Avialeasing to proceed with consummation of its cooperation agreements with Amerijet.

Your letter fully and accurately describes the arrangement Avialeasing intends to enter into with Amerijet. Under their agreements, Amerijet will make a substantial financial investment in Avialeasing and its operations in the Middle East and Central Asia. The parties are convinced that through this arrangement, both carriers will benefit economically, and the public will receive new and improved air transport services not heretofore available. While Amerijet will make reasonable provision to protect its financial investment in the enterprise, Avialeasing will remain an Uzbekistan carrier. Sixty percent of its stock will be owned by citizens of Uzbekistan, three of its five directors will be citizens of Uzbekistan, and all of its key management personnel will remain citizens of Uzbekistan.

Avialeasing is unable to suggest any way in which the requested waiver would be inconsistent with or inimical to United States aviation policy or aviation interests. No U.S. carrier would be adversely affected by these arrangements, United States shippers will realize a service benefit, and implementation of the arrangements would not be in conflict with any public interest standard previously identified by the Department.

Counsel: John L. Richardson, 202-731-2258


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