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OST-96-1692 10/29/97 Application for Renewal of an Exemption Japan and the coterminal points Anchorage, Alaska; San Francisco and Los Angeles, California; Chicago, Illinois; and New York, New York. HTML
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OST-98-3424 2/4/98 Application for Exemption Japan-Portland All-Cargo HTML
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OST-98-3424 2/9/98 Answer of the Port of Portland in Support of Application for Exemption Authority    
OST-98-3475 2/12/98 Application for Amendment of Its Foreign Air Carrier Permit Amendment to Foreign Air Carrier Permit  
       
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OST-96-1131
2/20/98 Consolidated Answer of Northwest Airlines    
Order 98-4-17
OST-98-3464
OST-98-3484
OST-98-3475
Issued April 2, 1998 | Served April 21, 1998 Order Issuing Foreign Air Carrier Permits    
OST-98-3304 August 29, 2000 Re:  Revised Family Assistance Plan Foreign Air Carrier Plans to Address Needs of Families of Victims of Aircraft Accidents
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OST-98-3304 - Family Assistance Plans

March 11, 2004

Re: Amended Family Assistance Plan

Counsel: Zuckert Scoutt, Shannon Moyer, 202-973-7935, smmoyer@zsrlaw.com


 

OST-2002-12556 - Designation of Agent for Service

March 22, 2005

Designation of Agent for Service

Counsel; Zuckert Scoutt, Charles Simpson



OST-2002-12556 - Designation of Agent for Service

July 2, 2009

Re: Designation of Agent

Counsel: Garofalo Goerlich, Don Hainbach, 202-776-3970



OST-2013-0143 - Exemption - Request for Removal of Prior Approval Requirement

July 19, 2013

Application for Exemption Authority

Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd. currently operates service to the United States pursuant to its foreign air carrier permit issued by DOT Order 1998-4-17. NCA’s foreign air carrier permit authorizes it to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail: “Between any point or points behind Japan, via any point or points in Japan, and any intermediate point or points, and any point or points in the United States, and any point or points beyond.” NCA’s permit further authorizes it to engage in charter trips in foreign air transportation. Although NCA’s foreign air carrier permit authorizes it to engage in scheduled cargo services without prior DOT approval, Paragraph 3 of Order 1998-4-17 requires prior approval for third and fourth freedom cargo charters operated by NCA. Pursuant to section 212.9(b)(1) of the Department’s regulations, NCA must obtain prior approval for fifth, sixth and seventh freedom charters. By this application, NCA is requesting removal of the current prior approval requirement for third, fourth, and fifth freedom cargo charters, except with respect to flights operated by NCA to or from Tokyo International Airport.

More specifically, NCA requests exemption authority under 49 USC § 40109 to the extent necessary to enable NCA to engage in foreign charter air transportation of property and mail between any point or points in Japan and any point or points in the United States and between any point or points in the United States and any point or points in a third country or countries, provided that such service constitutes part of a continuous operation, with or without a change in aircraft, that includes service to or from Japan for the purpose of carrying local traffic to or from Japan. NCA requests that the exemption authority described above be issued expeditiously and that the authority remain effective for a period of at least two years.

Counsel: Garofalo Goerlich, Don Hainbach, 202-776-3970


 

OST-2013-0143 - Exemption - Request for Removal of Prior Approval Requirement

July 25, 2013

Objection of Evergreen International Airlines

Evergreen International Airlines, Inc. objects to NCA’s application on reciprocity grounds in that Japan Civil Aviation Bureau does not grant non-exempt charter authority without 15days advance application of the date of the flight. Evergreen International Airlines’ July 10, 2013 application to JCAB for 3rd Freedom charter flight from New York’s JFK Airport to Okinawa, Japan’s Naha Airport was replied to by JCAB on July 11, 2013 [….Evergreen’s landing permissions will not be approved until July, 26 2013…] .

Objection to NCA’s application is not our desired position as we would much rather see the elimination of all unnecessary regulatory constraints. However, when a non-US regulatory entity has elected to adopt such restraints, we believe it is incumbent on our government to apply standards of reciprocity in order to maintain equality for US air carriers.

By: Evergreen, Calvin Harmon, 503-472-0011


 

OST-2013-0143 - Exemption - Request for Removal of Prior Approval Requirement

August 14, 2013

Reply of Nippon Cargo Airlines

The answer filed by Evergreen International Airlines, Inc. to the Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd. application for exemption authority states that "Objection to NCA's application is not our desired position as we would much rather see the elimination of all unnecessary regulatory constraints." NCA appreciates Evergreen's reluctance to object to NCA' s application, and it shares Evergreen' s preference for elimination of all unnecessary regulatory constraints.

However, Evergreen's stated concern with respect to maintaining "equality for US air carriers" is misplaced. The regulatory requirements imposed by the JCAB with respect to charter flights operated by Evergreen and other US carriers are identical to the requirements imposed by the JCAB on NCA and other Japanese carriers that operate comparable charter flights. Stated differently, the JCAB maintains "equality" between US and Japanese carriers.

By contrast, although the Department imposes prior approval requirements for third, fourth and fifth freedom charter flights operated by Japanese carriers, US carriers may operate comparable flights (excluding only service to and from Haneda) without prior Department approval. Moreover, although the Department requires Japanese and other foreign carriers to serve US carriers and affords those US carriers the opportunity to object, the JCAB does not impose similar requirements on US carriers. To the extent there is any disparate treatment, it redounds to the detriment of the Japanese carriers.

Counsel: Garofalo Goerlich, Don Hainbach, 202-776-3970


 

OST-2015-0006 - Statement of Authorization - Cargo Codesharing with Alaska Airlines

January 20, 2015

Application for a Statement of Authorization

Pursuant to 14 CFR Part 212, Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd. requests a blanket statement of authorization for an indefinite period to display the two-letter "AS" designator code of Alaska Airlines, Inc. on flights operated by NCA in scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail to or from any point or points behind Japan, via any point or points in Japan, and any intermediate point or points, to any point or points in the United States, and any point or points beyond. NCA and Alaska have entered into a Cargo Codeshare Agreement pursuant to which Alaska will tender property and mail to NCA at various US points for transport on NCA flights

Counsel: Garofalo Goerlich, Don Hainbach, 202-779-3970


 

OST-2015-0006 - Statement of Authorization - Japan-US Cargo Codesharing with Alaska Airlines

Filed January 20, 2015 | Approved January 30, 2015

Department Action on Application

Application of Nippon Cargo Airlines Co., Ltd., for a blanket statement of authorization under 14 CFR Part 212 for an indefinite period to permit it to display the designator code of Alaska Airlines, Inc. on flights operated by NCA in scheduled foreign air transportation of property and mail to or from any point or points behind Japan, via any point or points in Japan, and any intermediate point or points, to any point or points in the United States and any point or points beyond.

By: Shelita Johnson

 

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