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Khabarovsk Aviation Group
Counsel: Boros Garofalo, Don Hainbach, 202-822-9070
|OST-96-1944||3/31/98||Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority||Russian Federation, via intermediate points, to the coterminal points Anchorage, Alaska; Seattle, Washington; and San Francisco and Los Angeles, California|
|OST-96-1944||4/15/98||Answer of United Air Lines||HTML|
|Order 98-7-15||Issued and Served July 23, 1998||Consent Order|
This consent order concerns the unauthorized operation of flights between Khabarovsk, Russia, and Anchorage, Alaska, Seattle, Washington, and Los Angeles and San Francisco, California, by Khabarovsk Aviation Group, Inc. This order directs Khabarovsk to cease and desist from future similar violations and to pay compromise civil penalties. Khabarovsk consents to the issuance of an order to cease and desist from future violations and to the assessment of $10,000 in compromise of potential civil penalties otherwise assessable.
Khabarovsk caused to be listed flights in the Official Airline Desktop Flight Guide (OAG) and various Computer Reservation Systems as Aeroflot-Russian International Airlines, Inc. (Aeroflot) flights, without obtaining code-share authority from the Department. Moreover, during this time period, Khabarovsk took reservations and sold tickets to persons whom it informed would be traveling on Aeroflot, but in fact placed those passengers on flights that it, not Aeroflot, conducted.
By: Rosalind Knapp
OST-98-3304 - Family Assistance Plans
March 11, 2004
Re: Amended Family Assistance Plan
Counsel: Garofalo Goerlich, Don Hainbach, 202-776-3970