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OST-1998-4714 November 5, 1998 Application for Exemption Miami, FL - Grand Turk, Turks and Caicos Islands
    Exhibit 1:  Re:  Bahamassair's Proposed...Service  
    Exhibit 2:  British Embassy's Seal of Approval  
    Exhibit 3:  Re:  Bahamassair's Proposed...Service  
    Service List  
OST-98-4714 November 19, 1998 Objection of Lynx Air International, Inc. and Motin to Dismiss Application of Bahamasair Limited Pursuant to Docket OST-98-4714  
    Service List  
    Exhibit 1:  Re:  International Charter Services  
    Exhibit 2:  Certificate of Appreciation from the Turks and Caicos Tourist Board  
    Exhibit 3:  Certificacion de La Republica Dominicana  
    Exhibit 4:  Re:  Re:   Lynx Air  
OST-98-4714 December 1, 1998 Reply of Bahamasair to the Objection and Motion to Dismiss of Lynx Air Intl

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Scheduled Combination between Miami-Grand Turk and Caicos Islands
    Attachments:  Lynx Air Taxi Operator and Registration with DOT & Insurance Certificate from 8/96  
OST-98-4714 December 2, 1998 Re:  Correction to Reply of Bahamasair Typographical Errors
OST-98-4714 Filed November 4, 1998
Approved December 18, 1998
Notice of Action Taken Miami, FL - Grand Turk, Turks & Caicos Islands
OST-98-4714 January 8, 1999 Application for Amendment of Exemption Authority To Serve Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Island as Coterminal Point w/Grand Turk
    Service List  
    Exhibit 1:  Letter in Support from Government Tourist Bd.  
OST-98-4714 Filed January 8, 1999
Issued January 26, 1999
Notice of Action Taken Add Providenciales, Turks & Caicos Islands as Coterminal Point with Grand Turk on Authorized Miami-Grand Turk Service
OST-98-4714 December 15, 1999 Application for Renewal of Exemption

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Miami, FL - Grand Turk, Turks &
Caicos Islands
    Service List  
OST-98-4714 Filed December 15, 1999
Issued January 6, 2000
Notice of Action Taken Miami, FL - Grand Turk, Turks &
Caicos Islands
OST-95-546
48311
September 13, 2000 Second Amended Application for Renewal and Amendment of Exemption Authority Renewal of Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Scheduled/Charter - Bahamas-US
    Attachment:  Certification  
    Exhibit 1:  Information Required by 14 CFR 211.21  
    Exhibit 2:  Civil Aviation License  
    Exhibit 3:  Financials as of 1999  
    Exhibit 4:  Statement of Person Responsible for Financial Statements  
    Service List  
OST-95-546
Docket 48311
September 28, 2000 Answer of Broward County Aviation Department in Support of the Application of Bahamasiar Renewal of Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Scheduled/Charter - Bahamas-US
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OST-98-3304 - Family Assistance Plans

March 9, 2004

Re: Amended Family Assistance Plan

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, Ronald Brower, 202-637-5762


OST-04-18017 - Exemption - US- Bahamas
OST-01-9766 - Charlotte/New York-Freeport

June 3, 2004

Joint Application for Codeshare Statements of Authorization and for Amended and New Exemptions

A blanket statement of authorization, with an indefinite duration so long as the codeshare agreement continues in effect, that permits the following codeshare services. The display of Bahamasair's "UP" designator code on flights operated by US Airways, Piedmont, and PSA between: (a) points in the United States and points in The Bahamas, and (b) points in the United States in conjunction with foreign air transportation services held out by Bahamasair. The display of US Airways' "US" designator code on flights operated by Bahamasair between: (a) points in the United States and points in The Bahamas, and (b) points in The Bahamas in conjunction with foreign air transportation services held out by US Airways.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, Ronald Brower, 202-637-6546, rpbrower@hhlaw.com for Bahamasair / US Airways, Howard Kass, 703-872-5230, howard_kass@usairways.com for US Airways / O'Melveny & Myers, Patrick Rizzi, 202-383-5384, prizzi@omm.com for US Airways, Piedmont and PSA


Bahamasair Holdings Limited / Piedmont Airlines, Inc. / PSA Airlines, Inc. / US Airways, Inc.

OST-04-18017 - US- Bahamas
OST-01-9766 - Charlotte/New York-Freeport

June 18, 2004

Answer of Gulfstream International Airlines

Gulfstream International Airlines, Inc.  would not normally object to the application of Bahamasair Holdings Limited and US Airways, Inc. and its codeshare partners to engage in codesharing between the U.S. and the Bahamas, but Gulfstream is constrained to object to this application because of the extraordinary delinquency of Bahamasair in reporting traffic data required of it by 14 C.F.R. § 217.3 and 241. So far as Gulfstream can ascertain, Bahamasair failed to submit the T-100 traffic information required from October of 2002 through at least December of 2003, creating a significant competitive disadvantage for other airlines offering U.S. - Bahamas service which have dutifully reported their traffic. Under these circumstances, Gulfstream asks the Department to defer action on the instant application until Bahamasair brings its T-100 reports up to date by submitting the required information for the period October 2002 through December 2003 and beyond through April 2004.

By: Thomas Cooper. 954-266-3000 ext. 248, tcooper@gulfstreamair.com


OST-04-18017 - US- Bahamas
OST-01-9766 - Charlotte/New York-Freeport

June 29, 2004

Reply of Bahamasair Holdings Limited

In its June 18, 2004 answer to the Joint Application, Gulfstream International Airlines, Inc.  asserted that it was necessary for the Department to defer acting on the Joint Application, because Gulfstream believed that Bahainasair had not submitted certain T-100(f) traffic reports to the Bureau of Transportation Statistics.  However, the truth of the matter is that Bahamasair did submit those T--I 00(f) reports for the periods from October 2002 through December 2003.

Bahamasair learned that there were some data quality problems with a number of its reports from that period, and the carrier worked diligently with BTS officials to resolve those data problems.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, Ronald Brower, 202-637-6546, rpbrower@hhlaw.com


OST-04-18017 - Bahamas-US Codeshare

Filed June 3, 2004 | Issued July 26, 2004

Notice of Action Taken | Word

Scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between points in the Bahamas and points the United States. Bahamasair intends to operate this service pursuant to a code-share arrangement with US Airways and its affiliates Piedmont Airlines and PSA Airlines.

Permit Bahamasair to display the designator code of US Airways on flights operated by Bahamasair between (1) points in the United States and points in the Bahamas, and (2) points in the Bahamas in conjunction with foreign air transportation services held out by US Airways.

Scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between points in the United States and points in the Bahamas, and to integrate this authority with its existing authorities. PSA intends to operate this service pursuant to a code-share arrangement with Bahamasair, Piedmont, and US Airways but seeks broad authority to also operate its own flights.

Permit US Airways (and its affiliates) to display the designator code of Bahamasair on flights operated by US Airways, Piedmont, and PSA between (1) points in the United States and points in the Bahamas, and (2) points in the United States in conjunction with foreign air transportation services held out by Bahamasair.

Initially, Bahamasair intends to place US Airways' code on flights operated by Bahamasair between the Bahamas and Fort Lauderdale, Miami, Orlando, and West Palm Beach, as well as several intra‑Bahamaian flights (no local US‑coded traffic). 2 Initially, US Airways intends to place Bahamasair's code on flights operated by US Airways between the Bahamas and Boston, Charlotte, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-04-19206 - Exemption - Providenciales-Fort Lauderdale

September 23, 2004

Application for an Exemption

By this application, Bahamasair requests that the Department grant it an exemption to engage in scheduled service between Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands (PLS) and Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL). Bahamasair intends to operate this route on Monday, Tuesday, Friday, and Saturday according to the following schedule:

Depart FLL at 10:30 a.m. and arrive at PLS at 12:00 Noon
Depart PLS at 1:00 p.m. and arrive at FLL at 2:30 p.m.

Bahamasair intends to use the Boeing 737-200 aircraft configured with 120 seats currently in Bahamasair's fleet. Bahamasair desires to start its scheduled service between Providenciales and Fort Lauderdale by November 15, 2004.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, Kathy, Miljanic, 202-637-6546, kmmiljanic@hhlaw.com


OST-04-19206 - Exemption - Providenciales-Fort Lauderdale

September 27, 2004

Re: Polling Letter

Bahamasair Holdings Limited has finished polling the relevant U.S. air carriers regarding the above-captioned application. All of the U.S. air carriers indicated that they have no objection to the shortened answer period. Accordingly, Bahamasair asks that the Department promptly grant the carrier an exemption to engage in scheduled service between Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands (PLS) and Fort Lauderdale, Florida (FLL) as requested in the application.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, Kathy, Miljanic, 202-637-6546, kmmiljanic@hhlaw.com


OST-04-18017 - Exemption - US- Bahamas

September 28, 2004

Notice of Additional Codesharing

Beginning in November 2004, the Carriers plan to display US Airways' "US*" designator code on flights operated by Bahamasair between Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (FLL), and George Town, Bahamas (GGT).

Beginning in December 2004, the Carriers plan to display Bahamasair's "UP*" designator code on flights operated by US Airways, PSA, and/or Piedmont between Charlotte, North Carolina (CLT), and George Town, Bahamas (GGT).

Beginning in February 2005, the Carriers plan to display Bahamasair's "UP*' designator code on flights operated by US Airways, PSA, and/or Piedmont between Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (FLL), and Nassau, Bahamas (NAS).

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, Ronald Brower, 202-637-6546, rpbrower@hhlaw.com for Bahamasair / US Airways, Howard Kass, 703-872-5230, howard_kass@usairways.com for US Airways / O'Melveny & Myers, Patrick Rizzi, 202-383-5384, prizzi@omm.com for US Airways, Piedmont and PSA


OST-04-19206 - Providenciales-Fort Lauderdale

September 30, 2004

Answer of Air Turks & Caicos to Application for an Exemption

Bahamasair has not shown that it has complied with the Laws of the Turks & Caicos in that it has not shown compliance with respect of application, flight schedule publication, public hearing and subsequent issue of a Permit by the Air Transport Licensing Authority as required by The Air Transport Regulation 1953 or indeed compliance with Article 113 of the Air Navigation 2001 in obtaining permission from the UK Secretary of State for Transport. Article 113 specifically requires such Permit "to take on board and discharge passengers, baggage and cargo (which term save where otherwise specified or the context otherwise requires, includes mail) on schedule and charter services to/from and within the Turks & Caicos Islands being passengers, baggage and cargo carried or to be carried for valuable consideration on the permitted services."

Lastly, as an entity owned and controlled by the Government of The Bahamas, Bahamasair has made no showing that substantial ownership and effective control of the airline is vested in nationals of the Turks & Caicos., as would appear to be required by the Bermuda 2 agreement.

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


OST-04-19206 - Providenciales-Fort Lauderdale

October 12, 2004

Reply of Bahamasair Holdings

Bahamasair has proposed on an extrabilateral basis to provide the Fifth Freedom service between Fort Lauderdale and Providenciales which the Governments of Turks & Caicos and The Bahamas support. The grant of the authority to provide these Fifth Freedom flights would be fully consistent with the harmonious U.S.-Bahamas aviation relationship and with the principles of comity and reciprocity. The Commonwealth of The Bahamas has adhered to an "open skies" policy and has for decades freely granted U.S. carriers unlimited scheduled and charter authority from all points in the U.S. to all points within The Bahamas.

The Fifth Freedom beyond service sought by Bahamasair and endorsed by the Governments of Turks & Caicos and The Bahamas would be a continuation of the scheduled service the carrier currently offers between Nassau and Fort Lauderdale. Nevertheless, ATC has devoted the bulk of its answer to the proposition that Bahamasair should not be awarded Seventh Freedom rights‑a contention that is not germane to the exemption application at issue.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, Kathy, Miljanic, 202-637-6546, kmmiljanic@hhlaw.com


OST-04-19206 - Exemption - Providenciales-Fort Lauderdale

Filed September 23, 2004 | Issued November 12, 2004

Notice of Action Taken | Word

Exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to conduct scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between Providenciales, Turks and Caicos Islands and Fort Lauderdale, Florida.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-04-18017 - Exemption - US- Bahamas

December 21, 2004

Notice Regarding Codesharing

Pursuant to the Notice of Action Taken, July 26, 2004, in this docket and condition (b) attached to the corresponding statements of authorization, US Airways, Inc., PSA Airlines, Inc., and Piedmont Airlines, Inc. hereby notify the Department that the Bahamasair "UP*" designator code will not be displayed on flights operated by US Airways, PSA, and/or Piedmont between Ft. Lauderdale, Florida (FLL), and Nassau, Bahamas (NAS).

Counsel: US Airways, Howard Kass, 703-872-5230, howard_kass@usairways.com


OST-2004-18017 - Blanket Statement of Authorization - Bahamas-US Codeshare with US Airways

July 20, 2005

Application for Renewal of an Exemption

Bahamasair Holdings Limited requests that the Department renew its exemption for a period of two years so that it may continue to engage in the scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between points in the Bahamas and points in the United States.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, George Carneal, 202.637.6546, gucarneal@hhlaw.com


OST-2004-18017 - Exemption - US- Bahamas

Filed July 20, 2005 | Issued October 7, 2005

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 points in the Bahamas and points in the United States for a period of two years. Bahamasair intends to operate this service pursuant to a code-share arrangement with US Airways and its affiliates Piedmont Airlines and PSA Airlines.

We note that Bahamasair sought authority for a period of two years.  However, as is our usual practice in conferring exemption authority in the circumstances presented, we are limiting the term of authority to one year.   Bahamasair may, of course seek renewal of this authority in accordance with the Department’s regulations.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-2004-18017 - Exemption - US-Bahamas Codeshare

October 3, 2006

Application for Renewal of an Exemption

Bahamasair hereby applies for renewal of an exemption to authorize Bahamasair to continue to provide scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between points in the Bahamas and points in the United States. Bahamasair's exemption was most recently renewed by Notice of Action Taken dated October 7, 2005 (Docket OST-2004-18017) for a period of one year, through October 7, 2006. Bahamasair requests that its exemption be renewed for at least one additional year, or until its foreign air carrier permit is amended to include similar Bahamas-U.S. route authority, whichever occurs first. See Permit Renewal Application/Amendments in Docket OST-1995-546.

Pursuant to the Department's August 23, 2005 Notice in Docket OST-2005-22228 regarding streamlined procedures, Bahamasair intends to update and amend its renewal application pending in Docket OST-1995-546 to request permit authority comparable in scope to its exemption authority.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, George Carneal, 202-637-6546, gucarneal@hhlaw.com


OST-1995-546 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Scheduled/Charter - Bahamas-US

November 15, 2006

Amendment No. 3 to Application for Renewal and Amendment of a Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Bookmarked

Bahamasair hereby further amends its pending application for renewal and amendment of its foreign air carrier permit filed on August 21, 1992, as amended on December 21, 1995, and September 13, 2000. Specifically, Bahamasair now requests that its permit be renewed and amended to authorize Bahamasair to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between a point or points in The Bahamas and a point or points in the United States, rather than between The Bahamas and specific U.S. points. Bahamasair respectfully requests that this renewed and amended permit be issued for a period of at least five years without further delay.

Bahamasair also continues to seek renewal of its authority to engage in charter air transportation under its foreign air carrier permit.

Bahamasair has recently been granted broad U.S.-Bahamas exemption authority in Docket OST-2004-18017 in conjunction with blanket code-sharing statements of authorization with US Airways, Inc. and its affiliates Piedmont Airlines, Inc. and PSA Airlines, Inc. Under the code-sharing arrangement, US Airways and its affiliates are authorized to display Bahamasair's UP* designator code and Bahamasair is authorized to display US Airways' US* designator code on flights between the United States and the Bahamas, as well as within each carrier's respective home country. This arrangement provides Bahamasair with opportunities to provide service between The Bahamas and numerous U.S. points that are not listed in its foreign air carrier permit.

Counsel: Hogan & Hartson, George Carneal, 202-637-6456, gucarneal@hhlaw.com



Order 2010-2-27
OST-2010-0005 - 2010 Consent Orders

Issued and Served February 26, 2010

Consent Order

This order concerns violations by Bahamasair Holdings Limited of the requirements of 14 CFR Part 382, with respect to the filing of annual reports detailing disability-related complaints that Bahamasair received from passengers in each calendar year between 2004 and 2008. Part 382 implements the Air Carrier Access Act, 49 USC § 41705, and violations of Part 382 also violate the ACAA. This order directs Bahamasair to cease and desist from future similar violations of Part 382 and the ACAA and assesses the carrier $15,000 in civil penalties.

By this order, the Department finds that Bahamasair failed to submit timely its annual reports detailing the disability-related complaints it received in calendar years 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007 and 2008 in violation of 14 CFR Part 382 and 49 USC § 41705.

Bahamasair states that it is a small Caribbean airline with limited budgetary and human resources, facing greater challenges than most carriers in meeting non-critical administrative requirements, especially in light of time constraints and conflicting priorities arising during the busy opening weeks of a new year. Bahamasair states further that it has nevertheless consistently met the requirements of section 382.70 insofar as disability-related complaints need to be monitored, categorized, recorded and retained on an ongoing basis (and, in fact, there were no such complaints received by Bahamas air during the reporting years 2006-08, and only one complaint concerning a damaged wheelchair in 2009). Moreover, Bahamasair avers that because the Department first made Bahamasair aware in 2009 of its concerns regarding the timing of the carrier’s disability-related complaint report submissions, senior management personnel of Bahamasair did not learn of its consistent reporting deficiency until recently. Bahamasair states that since learning of the reporting tardiness, Bahamasair has cooperated fully with the Department and has implemented robust internal procedures and clear lines of responsibility to ensure that its future disability-related complaints reports will be filed timely, no later than the last Monday in January.

By: Rosalind Knapp



OST-2012-0004 - Exemption - Freeport-BWI/Louisville/Raleigh-Durham/Richmond

January 10, 2012

Application for an Exemption

Bahamasair Holdings Limited hereby applies for an exemption from 49 USC § 41301 authorizing Bahamasair to provide scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Commonwealth of The Bahamas, on the one hand, and each of the following US points, on the other hand: (a) Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC, (b) Louisville, KY, (c) Raleigh/Durham, NC and (d) Richmond, VA. Bahamasair requests that this exemption authority be granted for an initial period of at least one year or until its foreign air carrier permit is amended to include these Bahamas-US routes, whichever occurs first. Bahamasair intends to commence service on these four Freeport-US routes beginning on or about February 16, 2012.

Bahamasair initially intends to offer two weekly nonstop flights between Freeport and each of Baltimore/Washington, Louisville, Raleigh/Durham and Richmond using B-737-300 or similar equipment configured with approximately 140 seats (depending on the interim wet-lease arrangements and ensuing fleet acquisitions). Bahamasair reserves the right to modify the proposed frequencies and aircraft as warranted by market circumstances.

Counsel: Hogan Lovells, George Carneal, 202-637-6546



OST-2012-0004 - Exemption - Freeport-BWI/Louisville/Raleigh-Durham/Richmond

January 12, 2012

Re: Polling Results

We have polled the US carrier representatives served with the above-referenced application filed on January 10, 2012, and no carrier has objected to the relief sought therein.

Counsel: Hogan Lovells, Jonathan Echmalian, 202-637-5600



OST-2012-0004 - Exemption - Freeport-BWI/Louisville/Raleigh-Durham/Richmond

Filed January 10, 2012 | Issued January 18, 2012

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption under 49 USC §40109 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Commonwealth of The Bahamas, on the one hand, and Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC; Louisville, KY; Raleigh/Durham, NC; and Richmond, VA, on the other hand.

By: Paul Gretch


 

Order 2012-7-1
OST-2012-0002 - Violations of 49 USC § 41712 and 14 CFR 221.107(d) and Part 374

Issued and Served July 3, 2012

Consent Order

This consent order concerns violations by Bahamasair Holdings Limited of the Department-enforced laws relating to refund requests involving airline tickets and providing notice of liability limits on flights covered by the Montreal Convention. It directs Bahamasair to cease and desist from future similar violations and assesses the carrier a compromise civil penalty of $70,000.

Based on a consumer complaint alleging a significant delay in processing a refund by Bahamasair, the Office of Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings conducted an investigation of Bahamasair’s refund practices and found that in a significant number of cases, Bahamasair failed to forward a credit to the credit card company within seven business days after receiving a complete refund application. Additionally, the Enforcement Office found that Bahamasair charged a processing fee for refunds without providing consumers with conspicuous written notice of those fees on or with the tickets, as required.

Notwithstanding this notice, Bahamasair failed to revise its contract of carriage to reflect the increased baggage liability limit. Rather, the carrier continued to state that the minimum liability limit for lost, damaged, and delayed baggage was 1000 SDR for a lengthy period of time.

By: Rosalind Knapp


 

OST-2013-0206 - Exemption - Freeport-BWI/Birmingham/Cincinnati/Columbus/RDU/Richmond

December 4, 2013

Application for an Exemption

Bahamasair hereby applies for an exemption from 49 USC § 41301 authorizing Bahamasair to provide scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Commonwealth of The Bahamas, on the one hand, and each of the following US points, on the other hand: (a) Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC (BWI); (b) Birmingham, AL; (c) Cincinnati, OH; (d) Columbus, OH; (e) Raleigh/Durham, NC; and (f) Richmond, VA. Bahamasair requests that this exemption authority be granted for an initial period of at least one year or until its foreign air carrier permit is amended to include these Bahamas-US routes, whichever occurs first. Bahamasair intends to commence service on these six Freeport-US routes (and two others, for which it already holds DOT economic authority) beginning on or about May 1, 2014.

Beginning on or about May 1, 2014, Bahamasair plans to introduce additional scheduled services between FPO and eight additional US destinations (BHM, BWI, CVG, CMH, Memphis, Newark, RDU and RIC). Although Bahamasair is authorized to serve MEM and EWR under its foreign air carrier permit, it requires DOT authority to introduce the contemplated service between FPO and the other US points.

Counsel: Hogan Lovells, George Carneal, 202-637-6546


 

OST-2013-0206 - Exemption - Freeport-BWI/Birmingham/Cincinnati/Columbus/RDU/Richmond

Filed December 4, 2013 | Issued December 20, 2013

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, on the one hand, and Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC; Birmingham, AL; Cincinnati, OH; Columbus, OH; Raleigh/Durham, NC; and Richmond, VA, on the other hand.

By: Paul Gretch


 

OST-2013-0206 - Exemption - Freeport-BWI/Birmingham/Cincinnati/Columbus/RDU/Richmond

June 20, 2014

Re: Polling Results

We have polled the US carrier representatives served with the above-referenced application filed on June 18, 2014, and no carrier has objected to the relief sought therein.

Counsel: Hogan Lovells, Jonathan Echmalian, 202-637-5600


Filed June 18, 2014 | Issued June 30, 2014

Notice of Action Taken

Renew and amend exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, on the one hand, and Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC; Birmingham, AL; Cincinnati, OH; Columbus, OH; Pittsburgh, PA; Raleigh/Durham, NC; and Richmond, VA, on the other hand.

Bahamasair’s existing exemption authority permits it to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, Commonwealth of the Bahamas, on the one hand, and Baltimore, MD/Washington, DC; Birmingham, AL; Cincinnati, OH; Columbus, OH; Raleigh/Durham, NC; and Richmond, VA, on the other hand. See Notice of Action Taken in this Docket dated December 20, 2013. Bahamasair states that, in addition to seeking renewal of that exemption authority here, it is also seeking amendment to add Pittsburgh as an authorized co-terminal point for its Freeport-US services

By: Paul Gretch


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