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CCAIR Inc.

 

OST-02-11347 January 11, 2002
Docketed January 17, 2002
Notice to Terminate Service Terminate Service Between Hickory, North Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina
OST-02-11348 January 11, 2002
Docketed January 17, 2002
Notice to Terminate Service Terminate Service Between Athens, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina
Order 02-2-14
OST-02-11348
Issued February 15, 2002
Served February 22, 2002 
Order Prohibiting Termination of Service and Requesting Proposals Terminate Service Between Athens, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina
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Order 02-3-24
OST-02-11347
Issued March 28, 2002
Served April 2, 2002
Order to Show Cause Terminate Service Between Hickory, North Carolina and Charlotte, North Carolina

Order 03-9-22
48201

Issued September 26, 2003 | Served October 1, 2003

Order Revoking Certificate

CCAir, Inc., a subsidiary of Mesa Air Group, holds a certificate authorizing it to engage in interstate scheduled passenger air transportation.' CCAir operated under its certificate until November 2, 2002, at which time, the carrier ceased all air transportation operations.

Section 204.7 of the Department's Aviation Regulations provides that, if a carrier ceases the air transportation operations for which it was found fit, it may not resume nor advertise such services until its fitness to do so has been re-determined by the Department. Section 204.7 further provides that, if a carrier does not have its fitness re-determined and resume operations within one year of the date of its cessation, its certificate authority will be revoked for dormancy.

By letters dated November 8, 2002, and August 5, 2003, the Department reminded CCAir of the provisions of section 204.7. Among other things, the letters stated that if CCAir did not have its economic fitness re-determined and resume operations within one year of its cessation, in this case, by November 2, 2003, the Department would revoke its certificate authority at that time for reasons of dormancy.

In a letter to the Department dated September 4, 2003, CCAir stated that it had already surrendered its Federal Aviation Administration operating certificate to that agency and thus did not object to revocation of its economic certificate authority prior to November 2, 2003. In consideration of the forgoing, we will revoke, without prejudice, CCAir's certificate for reason of dormancy.

See Order 98-7-6, issued July 8, 1998.

By: Randall Bennett

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