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OST-98-3727 4/9/98 Application for an Initial Foreign Air Carrier Permit Addis Ababa-Washington Dulles via Rome HTML
   
  • Exhibit A:  Executive Officers and Key Management Personnel
  • Exhibit B:  Certificate of Insurance
  • Exhibit C:  Ethiopian Civil Aviation Authority Letter to DOT, 4/9/98
  • Exhibit D:  Aircraft Owned
  • Exhibit E:  [To be Provided]
  • Exhibit F:  Estimate of Total Traffic - US Operations / Financial Revenue Forecast
  • Exhibit G:  Warsaw Liability Agreement
   
OST-98-3726 4/9/98 Application for an Exemption    
    Motion of Ethiopian to Shorten Answer Period    
    Service List    
OST-98-3727 4/17/98 Supplement to Application    
   
  • Attachment:  Statement of Corporate Officer Regarding Financial Statements
  • Attachment:  Financial Statements for June 30, 1996
   
  4/17/98 Consolidated Answer of The Washington Parties   HTML
OST-98-3726
OST-98-3727
4/24/98 Consolidated Answer of Delta Air Lines   HTML
OST-98-3726
OST-98-3727
5/1/98 Reply of Ethiopian Airlines to Answer of Delta Air Lines   HTML
Order 98-5-31 5/22/98 Consent Order    
OST-98-3726 5/22/98 Notice of Action    
OST-98-4345 8/19/98 Application for Amendment of Exemption Authority Addis Ababa—Rome— Newark—Washington D.C.  
    Service List    
OST-98-4345 9/3/98 Supplement to Application    
    Attachment: Letter from Port of Authority of NY & NJ in Support    
OST-98-4345 Action Taken September 17, 1998 Notice of Action Taken
Newark, NJ, as a coterminal point on its currently-authorized services between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and Washington, D.C., via a non-traffic stop in Rome, Italy
OST-98-3727 September 23, 1998 Application to Amend its Application for an Initial Foreign Air Carrier Permit  
    Service List  
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
May 12, 1999 Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority Addis Ababa-Newark/Washington Dulles via Rome
    Service List  
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
May 27, 1999 Answer of The Washington Parties Addis Ababa - Newark/Washington Dulles via Rome
OST-98-3726 Filed May 12, 1999
Issued November 18, 1999
Notice of Action Taken Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C.
OST-98-4345 Filed May 12, 1999
Issued November 18, 1999
Notice of Action Taken Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
November 15, 2000 Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority Addis Ababa- Newark/Washington Dulles via Rome
    Service List  
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
Filed May 12, 1999
Issued December 5, 2000
Notice of Action Taken Addis Ababa- Newark/ Washington Dulles via Rome
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
November 30, 2000 Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority Addis Ababa- Newark/Washington Dulles via Rome
    Service List  
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
Filed November 30, 2000
Issued January 8, 2002
Notice of Action Taken Addis Ababa- Newark/ Washington Dulles
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
January 2, 2003 Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority Addis Ababa- Newark/Washington Dulles via Rome
    Service List  
OST-98-3726
OST-98-4345
Filed January 2, 2003
Issued January 29, 2003
Notice of Action Taken Addis Ababa- Newark/Washington Dulles via Rome
         

OST-02-12556 - Designation of Agent

October 21, 2003

Re: Designation of Agent

Counsel: Silverberg, Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3300


OST-98-3726 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C.
OST-98-4345 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC

January 15, 2004

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Hereby applies for renewal of the exemption authority last granted by Department Notice of Action Taken dated January 29, 2003. The above-referenced NOAT renewed authority for Ethiopian to engage in foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the coterminal points Newark, New Jersey and Washington, DC via Rome, Italy (without U.S.-Rome traffic rights).

Ethiopian has continued to operate scheduled combination service over the routing Addis Ababa‑Rome‑Newark‑Washington, DC since the exemption authority was granted. Ethiopian currently operates two weekly round‑trip flights over this routing with Boeing B‑767–-300 aircraft.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-98-4345 - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C.
OST-98-3726 - Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC

Filed January 15, 2004 | Issued February 4, 2004

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to conduct foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and the coterminal points Washington, DC, and Newark, NJ, via a non-traffic stop in Rome, for a period of two years.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-98-3304 - Family Assistance Plans

March 9, 2004

Re: Amended Family Assistance Plan

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3300


OST-04-17828 - Exemption - Seattle-Washington, DC-Rome-Addis Ababa

May 13, 2004

Application for Exemption Authority

On June 4, 2004 Ethiopian will take delivery from Boeing of a new B‑767­ 300 aircraft in Seattle, Washington. To recognize this event, Ethiopian seeks exemption authority so that it can operate a scheduled flight on June 4, 2004 on the routing Seattle­ Washington, DC(IAD)‑Rome‑Addis Ababa, and carry traffic from Seattle and Washington, DC to Ethiopia. This is a "one‑time" operation resulting from the need to take delivery of a new aircraft in Seattle, Washington, and fly the new B‑767‑300 back to Ethiopia to enter service in Ethiopian's fleet.

Ethiopian has also applied for issuance of an initial foreign air carrier permit in Docket OST-98-3727. That application was filed April 9, 1998, and has been pending for some six years. On February 4, 2004, Ethiopian was granted a one-year renewal of its exemption authority to provide scheduled combination service between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Newark, New Jersey and Washington, DC via Rome, Italy. OST-98-4345 - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C. / OST-98-3726 - Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 22-944-3305


OST-04-17828 - Exemption - Seattle-Washington, DC-Rome-Addis Ababa

May 14, 2004

Re: Polling Results

As stated in the Application of Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise for Exemption Authority, filed in the above‑referenced Docket on May 13, 2004, counsel for Ethiopian Airlines has polled the following carriers served with the Application, American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Continental Airlines, Federal Express, Northwest Airlines, United Airlines, United Parcel Service and US Airways, and hereby reports that its Application is unopposed by these parties. Accordingly, Ethiopian Airlines requests expedited consideration of its Application so that it may complete plans to conduct the single flight described therein on June 4, 2004.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 22-944-3305


OST-04-17828 - Exemption - Seattle-Washington, DC-Rome-Addis Ababa

Filed May 13, 2004 | Issued May 20, 2004

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to the extent necessary to permit Ethiopian Airlines to operate one one-way scheduled flight transporting persons, property and mail over the routing Seattle, Washington-Washington, D.C.-Rome, Italy-Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on June 4, 2004.  Ethiopian proposes to place Seattle-Addis Ababa, Ethiopia passengers on its regularly-scheduled Washington, D.C. (IAD)-Addis Ababa, Ethiopia flight.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-98-3726 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C.
OST-98-4345 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC

January 31, 2005

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Ethiopian has continued to operate scheduled combination service over the routing Addis Ababa-Rome-Newark-Washington, DC since the exemption authority was granted. Ethiopian currently operates three weekly round-trip flights over this routing with Boeing B-767- 300 aircraft. Service to New York via Newark, which is temporarily suspended, is to be resumed in summer 2005, either at Newark Liberty International Airport or John F. Kennedy International Airport.

Ethiopian has also applied for issuance of an initial foreign air carrier permit in Docket 98-3727. That application was filed April 9, 1998, and has been pending for some six and one-half years.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-98-3726 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C.
OST-98-4345 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC

Filed January 31, 2005 | Issued March 10, 2005

Notice of Action Taken | Word

Renew exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to conduct foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and the coterminal points Washington, DC, Newark and/or JFK, via a non-traffic stop in Rome.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-2005-21502 - Exemption - Addis Ababa-Rome-Washington Dulles-Seattle

June 9, 2005

Application for Exemption Authority

On June 23, 2005 Ethiopian will take delivery from Boeing of a new B--767-300 aircraft in Seattle, Washington. To recognize this event, Ethiopian seeks exemption authority so that it can operate a scheduled flight on June 23, 2005 on the routing Seattle-Washington, DC (IAD)-Rome-Addis Ababa, and carry traffic from Seattle and Washington, DC to Ethiopia. This is a "one-time" operation resulting from the need to take delivery of a new aircraft (with tail number ET-ALP) in Seattle, Washington, and fly the new B-767-300 back to Ethiopia to enter service in Ethiopian's fleet. (A similar one-time Seattle flight exemption was authorized last year. See Notice of Action Taken dated May 20, 2004, Docket 04-17828).

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-2005-21502 - Exemption - Addis Ababa-Rome-Washington Dulles-Seattle

June 15, 2005

Re: Polling Results

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-2005-21502 - Exemption - Addis Ababa-Rome-Washington Dulles-Seattle

June 16, 2005

Re: Second Polling Results

The undersigned hereby reports that Federal Express does not oppose the Application of Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise filed in the above‑referenced Docket on June 9, 2005. Accordingly, Ethiopian Airlines renews its June 15, 2005 request for expedited consideration of the Application to enable the carrier to finalize its plans for the one‑time Seattle flight described therein on June 23, 2005

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-2005-21502 - Exemption - Seattle-Washington D.C.-Rome-Addis Ababa

Filed June 10, 2005 | Issued June 20, 2005

Notice of Action Taken

Relief requested: Exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to the extent necessary to permit Ethiopian Airlines to operate one one-way scheduled flight transporting persons, property and mail over the routing Seattle, Washington-Washington, D.C.-Rome, Italy Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, on June 23, 2005. Ethiopian proposes to place Seattle-Addis Ababa, Ethiopia passengers on its regularly scheduled Washington, D.C. (IAD)-Addis Ababa, Ethiopia flight.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-1998-3726 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C.
OST-1998-4345 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC

March 8, 2006

Application for Renewal of Exemption

Ethiopian hereby applies for renewal of the exemption authority last granted by Department Notice of Action Taken dated March 10,2005. The above-referenced NOAT renewed authority for Ethiopian to engage in foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and the coterminal points Newark, New Jersey and/or JFK, New York, and Washington, DC via Rome, Italy (without U.S.-Rome traffic rights).

On March 10, 2005, Ethiopian was granted a one-year renewal of its exemption authority to provide scheduled combination service between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and New York (Newark Liberty International Airport and/or JFK Airport) and Washington, DC via Rome, Italy. That authority is set to expire March 10, 2006.

Ethiopian has also applied for issuance of an initial foreign air carrier permit in Docket OST-1998-3727. That application was filed April 9,1998, and has been pending for almost eight years. On May 17, 2005, however, the United States and Ethiopia concluded an Open Skies Agreement, which now governs aviation relations between the two countries and should lead to an early grant of Ethiopian's foreign air carrier permit application.

Ethiopian has continued to operate scheduled combination service over the routing Addis Ababa-Rome-Newark/New York-Washington, DC since the exemption authority was granted. Ethiopian currently operates three weekly round-trip flights over the Addis Ababa-Rome-Washington, D.C. routing with Boeing B-767-300 aircraft.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Silverberg, 202-944-3305


OST-1998-3726 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Washington, D.C.
OST-1998-4345 - Exemption - Addis Ababa, Rome-Newark and Washington, DC

Filed March 8, 2006 | Issued March 31, 2006

Notice of Action Taken | Word

Renew exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to conduct foreign air transportation of persons, property, and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, and the coterminal points Washington, DC, Newark and/or JFK, via a non-traffic stop in Rome.  The applicant requests that the authority be granted for five years, or for the maximum duration permitted by the Department for carriers from Open Skies countries.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-1998-3727

June 19, 2006

Second Application to Amend Application for an Initial Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Bookmarked

Eight years ago, on April 9, 1998, Ethiopian first applied for an initial foreign air carrier permit to provide foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Washington, D.C. Subsequently, by application dated September 23, 1998 Ethiopian applied for amendment of its April 9, 1998 foreign air carrier permit application to provide for scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, Newark, New Jersey and Washington, D.C. via Rome.

Contemporaneously with its April 9, 1998 permit application, Ethiopian filed an application for exemption authority to permit it to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Washington, D.C., which was granted by the Department on May 22, 1998. Notice of Action Taken, dated May 22, 1998, Docket OST-1998-3726. On September 17, 1998, the Department amended Ethiopian's exemption authority to add Newark, New Jersey as a coterminal point on the Addis Ababa-Rome-Washington route. Notice of Action Taken, dated September 17, 1998, Docket OST-1998-4345. Ethiopian's exemption authority was most recently renewed by Notice of Action Taken, dated March 31, 2006, and is set to expire on March 31, 2008.

Ethiopian operates a modem fleet of 28 passenger and freighter aircraft (excluding training and regional aircraft). Ethiopian has also recently ordered 10 Boeing B-787 Dreamliner aircraft to be delivered to the carrier between 2008 and 2012. Ethiopian currently operates three weekly roundtrip flights with B-767-300 aircraft between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Washington, D.C., via Rome, pursuant to its DOT-issued exemption authority.

Ethiopian has entered into a codeshare agreement with South African Airways on flights Ethiopian operates between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia and Johannesburg, South Africa. Ethiopian does not have any other cooperative working agreements with any other carrier nor do any of its officers, directors, managers or stockholders hold any interest in any U.S. air carrier or other U.S. air carrier-related entity.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-1998-3727 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Ethiopia-US

August 30, 2006

Supplement No. 1 to Second Application to Amend Its Application for an Initial Foreign Air Carrier Permit

On June 19, 2006, Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise, the flag carrier of the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia, applied to amend its application for an initial foreign air carrier permit authorizing it to engage in the foreign air transportation consistent with the recent Open Skies Air Transport Agreement entered into between the Governments of the United States and Ethiopia. Ethiopian requested that its application be processed under the simplified non-hearing procedures specified in Subpart B of the Department's Rules of Practice, and the Department's August 26, 2005 Notice in Docket OST-2005-22228 regarding streamlined regulatory procedures for licensing U.S. and foreign air carriers. Ethiopian's application is unopposed.

Exhibit 4 to the June 19, 2006 Application listed the officers, directors and key management personnel of Ethiopian, all of whom are of Ethiopian nationality. Subsequent to the filing of the Application, Ethiopian experienced a change to the carrier's management team, and some of the individuals listed on Exhibit 4 have been replaced. Exhibit 4 (Rev.) attached hereto updates the June 19, 2006 Application and lists Ethiopian's current officers, directors, and other key management personnel.

As Ethiopian's Application is unopposed, Ethiopian urges that the Department grant it expeditiously under the streamlined procedures for licensing foreign air carriers set out in the Department's August 26, 2005 Notice. Ethiopian first applied for an initial foreign air carrier permit in April 1998; its application has now been pending before the Department for over eight years.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-2006-25969 - Emergency Exemption - Ethiopia-US

September 26, 2006

Emergency Application for Exemption Authority

On September 27, 2006, Ethiopian will take delivery from the BF Goodrich Aerospace facility at Paine Field in Everett, Washington a recently converted B-757-200 freighter aircraft. To have the flexibility to take advantage of a commercial opportunity that may arise, Ethiopian seeks exemption authority so that it can operate a revenue all-cargo flight on September 27, 2006 on the routing Everett-Addis Ababa, with technical stops at Washington Dulles International Airport and London Gatwick. This is a "one- time" operation resulting from the need to take delivery of a recently converted freighter aircraft (with tail number ET-AJX) in Everett, Washington, and fly the B-757-200 aircraft back to Ethiopia to enter service in Ethiopian's fleet. (A similar one-time flight exemption was granted to Ethiopian last year. See Notice of Action Taken, dated June 20, 2005, Docket OST-2005-21502).

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305


OST-2006-25969 - Emergency Exemption - Ethiopia-US

Filed and Issued September 27, 2006

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 U.S.C. 41301 to the extent necessary to permit Ethiopian Airlines to operate one one-way scheduled all-cargo flight over the routing Everett, Washington-Addis Ababa, on September 27, 2006.

By: Paul Gretch


Order 2007-3-2
OST-1998-3727 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Ethiopia-US

Issued and Served March 7, 2007

Order to Show Cause

By application filed April 9, 1998, as supplemented April 17, 1998, amended September 23, 1998 and June 19, 2006, and again supplemented August 30, 2006, Ethiopian Airlines, a foreign air carrier of Ethiopia, requests a foreign air carrier permit to engage in scheduled and charter foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail.

Subsequent to the filing of these pleadings, the United States and Ethiopia reached an open skies Air Transport Agreement, signed May 17, 2005, which provides extensive rights for carriers of both countries, including in Annexes I and II to that Agreement, the authority sought by Ethiopian in this proceeding. We received no answers to either of the Ethiopian filings submitted following the conclusion of this Agreement.

By this order we tentatively find that it is in the public interest to grant the applicant the foreign air carrier permit attached as the Appendix to this order.

By: Paul Gretch


Order 2007-5-3
OST-1998-3727 - Foreign Air Carrier Permit - Ethiopia-US

Issued March 29, 2007 | Served May 8, 2007

Final Order

By Order 2007-3-2, issued March 7, 2007, we directed all interested persons to show cause why we should not make final our tentative findings and conclusions stated therein and award a foreign air carrier permit in the form attached to the Order and subject to the conditions attached thereto.  We gave interested persons 21 days to file objections to the Order. We make final our findings and conclusions as stated in the Order and award to Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise the foreign air carrier permit with associated conditions attached to the Order.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-2002-12556

July 16, 2010

Re: Designation of Agent

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3300



Order 2011-8-20
OST-2011-0003 - Violations of 49 USC § 41712 and 14 CFR 399.84

Issued and Served August 18, 2011

Consent Order

This consent order concerns Internet advertisements by Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise that violated the advertising requirements specified in 14 CFR Part 399, as well as 49 USC § 41712, which prohibits unfair and deceptive practices. It directs Ethiopian Airlines to cease and desist from future violations of Part 399 and section 41712, and assesses the carrier a compromise civil penalty of $50,000.

For a period of time in 2011, consumers searching Ethiopian Airlines’ website for round-trip flights from a point in the United States to a point outside the United States using one of two alternative booking paths provided on the website, labeled “Search by fare,” were not provided with the entire price to be paid at the first point a fare was displayed. Rather, the fare Ethiopian Airlines initially displayed was subject to “additional taxes/fees” and the webpage displaying such fare did not provide any information describing these additional taxes and fees, including identifying the September 11th Security Fee, nor was this information presented to consumers in one of the acceptable alternative methods described above. Therefore, consumers did not learn of the full fare amount until just prior to purchasing the fare. Additionally, Ethiopian Airlines failed to include a significant carrier-imposed fuel surcharge in the advertised fare when it first was displayed, further misleading consumers with an artificially low initially advertised fare.

By: Rosalind Knapp


 

OST-2017-0164 - Statement of Authorization - Ethiopian-US Codesharing with Air Namibia

October 19, 2017

Application for a Blanket Statement of Authorization

Ethiopian Airlines hereby applies for a Blanket Statement of Authorization pursuant to 14 CFR Part 212 to enable ET to display the Air Namibia Limited "SW*" code on flights ET operates between the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the US. ET requests that the Statement of Authorization be granted for an indefinite period. ET and Air Namibia intend to implement the proposed codesharing services as soon as all required governmental approvals are in place and ET therefore requests expedited approval of this application.

Initially, ET will carry the SW* code on flights it operates between Addis Ababa, points in Europe and Washington, DC, Newark, New Jersey and Los Angeles, California.

Counsel: Michael Atadika, 212-983-1320


 

OST-2017-0164 - Statement of Authorization - Ethiopia-US Codesharing with Air Namibia

Filed October 19, 2017 | Approved November 29, 2017

Department Action on Application

Application of Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise for a blanket statement of authorization under 14 CFR Part 212 to permit Ethiopian for an indefmite duration to display the (SW*) designator code of Air Namibia Limited on flights operated by Ethiopian between Ethiopia and the United States. The applicant also requests a waiver of the 45-day advance filing requirement under 14 CFR Part 212.10(d)(2).

Ethiopian states that it will initially display the SW* code on flights it operates between Addis Ababa, on the one hand, and Washington, DC, Newark, New Jersey and Los Angeles, California, on the other hand.

Our approval of this request is limited to traffic transported by Air Namibia to Ethiopia that is connecting to/from Ethiopian's Ethiopia-US flights.

By: Shelita Johnson


 

OST-2018-0093 - Blanket Statement of Authorization - Ethiopia-US Codesharing with Air Cote d'Ivoire

July 2, 2018

Application for a Blanket Statement of Authorization

Ethiopian Airlines hereby applies for a Blanket Statement of Authorization pursuant to 14 CFR Part 212 to enable ET to display the Air Cote d'Ivoire "HF*" code on flights ET operates between the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the US. ET requests that the Statement of Authorization be granted for an indefinite period.

Initially, ET will carry the HF* code on flights it operates between Addis Ababa, Ethiopia-Abidjan, Cote d'Ivoire/Newark; and Newark-Abidjan-Addis Ababa.

Counsel: Atadika & Atadika, Michael Atadika, 212-983-1320


 

OST-2018-0093 - Blanket Statement of Authorization - Ethiopia-US Codesharing with Air Cote d'Ivoire

Filed July 2, 2018 | Approved July 20, 2018

Department Action on Application

Application of Ethiopian Airlines Enterprise for a blanket statement of authorization under 14 CFR Part 212 to permit Ethiopian for an indefinite duration to display the (HF*) designator code of Air Côte d'Ivoire on scheduled flights Ethiopian operates between the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia and the United States.

Ethiopian states that it initially plans to carry Air Côte d'Ivoire's (HF*) designator code on Ethiopian's scheduled flights on the Addis Ababa-Abidj an-Newark routing in both directions.

By: David Christofano


 

OST-2018-0140 - Statement of Authorization - US-Ethiopia and Beyond Mail-Only Codesharing with Western Global Airlines

September 13, 2018

Application for a Statement of Authorization

ET requests a blanket statement of authorization allowing it to display the KD* designator code of Western Global on flights operated by ET (i) between points in the United States and points in Ethiopia and (ii) points in the United States and points beyond Ethiopia. The parties anticipate the proposed codeshare services will begin on or about February 1, 2019.

ET holds a foreign air carrier permit authorizing it to operate scheduled foreign air transportation (a) of persons, property and mail from any point or points behind Ethiopia via Ethiopia and intermediate points to any point or points in the United States and beyond, and (b) of property and mail between the United States and any point or points (Order 2007-5-3). Western Global is a US carrier that possesses underlying authority to hold out the proposed service. Western Global holds a certificate authorizing it to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail to all open skies points (Order 2018-5-11).

Counsel: Atadika & Atadika, Michael Atadika, 212-983-1320


 

OST-2018-0140 - Statement of Authorization - Ethiopia-US and Beyond Mail-Only Codesharing with Western Global Airlines

Filed September 13, 2018 | Approved October 10, 2018

Department Action on Application

Application of Ethiopian Airlines for a blanket statement of authorization under 14 CFR Part 212 to permit Ethiopian for an indefinite duration to display the (KD*) designator code of Western Global Airlines, LLC on flights Ethiopian operates (1) between points in the United States and points in Ethiopia and beyond, and (2) between the United States and any point or points, for the purpose transporting US mail pursuant to its codesharing agreement with Western Global.

By: Robert Finamore

 

 


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