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Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman

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OST-97-2950 9/30/97 Application for Exemption

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Madrid-Washington, DC
    Attachment: License from DGAC for Designation

Service List

 
OST-97-2950 Posted October 8, 1997 Notice of Action Madrid-Washington, DC
OST-97-2950 September 29, 1998 Application for Renewal of Exemption Madrid, Spain - Washington, D.C.
    Service List  
OST-97-2950 October 14, 1998 Answer of the Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Madrid, Spain - Washington, D.C.
    Service List  
OST-97-2950 Filed October 6, 1998 Approved October 22, 1998 Notice of Action U.S. - Spain
OST-97-2950 October 21, 1999 Application for Renewal of Exemption Madrid, Spain - Washington, D.C.
    Service List  
OST-97-2950 November 3, 1999 Answer of Metropolitan Washington Airports Authority Madrid, Spain - Washington,
D.C.
    Service List  
OST-97-2950 Filed October 22, 1999
Issued November 19, 1999
Notice of Action Taken  Madrid, Spain- Washington, D.C.
OST-00-6801 January 18, 2000 Application for Renewal and Amendment Foreign Air Carrier Permit Madrid, Spain, Washington D.C.
    Air Carrier Certificate  
    Financials  
    Certification  
    Service List  
OST-00-6809 January 20, 2000 Application for a Statement of Authorization U.S.- Madrid, Lisbon
    Service List  
OST-00-6809 Filed January 20, 2000
Date of Action February 3, 2000
Department Action on Application U.S.- Madrid, Lisbon
OST-00-6801 March 21, 2000 U.S. DOT/OST- Letter Requesting a Safety and Compliance Evaluation Madrid, Spain - Washington D.C.
Order 00-5-28
OST-00-6801
Issued May 27, 2000
Served May 31, 2000
*Not Released to the Public Until 6/07/00
Order Issuing Foreign Air Carrier Permit Madrid, Spain - Washington D.C.
    Appendix A:  Summary of Application  
    Appendix B:  Air Carrier Permit Issued 00-5-28  
    Appendix C:  Foreign Air Carrier Conditions of Authority  
OST-99-6258 Filed November 1, 2000
Issued November 24, 2000
Notice of Action Taken U.S.- Spain Codesharing 
       


OST-03-16219 - US-Spain Codesharing

December 22, 2004

Joint Application for Amended Statements of Authorization and Exemption

By Notice of Action Taken, dated November 17, 2003, in this Docket, the Department granted statements of authorization permitting (1) Spanair to display US Airways' designator code on Spanair flights between Madrid, Spain, on the one hand, and Barcelona, Malaga, and Palma de Mallorca, on the other hand, and (2) US Airways to display Spanair's designator code on flights (a) between Philadelphia and Madrid, and (b) between Philadelphia and twenty-one (21) U.S. cities.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman, 202-944-3305, mgoldman@sgbdc.com for Spanair / US Airways, Howard Kass, 703-872-5230, howard_kass@usairways.com for US Airways


OST-2003-16219 - US-Spain Codesharing

January 25, 2006

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Under the code-share agreement between US Airways and Spanair, as approved most recently by Department Notice of Action Taken dated January 26, 2005 in this Docket. Spanair places its JK* code on US Airways' Philadelphia-Madrid and Philadelphia-Barcelona transatlantic flights, and on US Airways' flights beyond Philadelphia to 21 U.S. points. In exchange, US Airways places its US code on Spanair flights between Madrid and Barcelona, on the one hand, and Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona, on the other, for carriage within Spain of US Airways' U.S.-Spain transatlantic passengers. Spanair does not operate its own aircraft to any U.S. point. All Spanair U.S. services under the exemption authority are held out pursuant to the codeshare arrangement with US Airways.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman


OST-2003-16219 - US-Spain Codesharing with US Airways

Filed January 25, 2006 | Issued February 16, 2006

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 (a) between Barcelona and Madrid, Spain, on the one hand, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the other hand, and (b) beyond Philadelphia to Atlanta, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. (Reagan National), Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York (LGA), Orlando, Miami, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Chicago, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco and San Juan, Puerto Rico, only pursuant to a code-share arrangement with US Airways, a U.S. certificated air carrier.

Spainair’s services beyond Philadelphia to the twenty-one named U.S. points will be offered on a blind-sector basis without local traffic rights between U.S. points.

By: Paul Gretch


OST-2003-16219 - Exemption - Spain-US Codeshare with US Airways

February 13, 2007

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Under the code‑share agreement between US Airways and Spanair, as approved most recently by Department Notice of Action Taken dated February 16, 2006 in this Docket, Spanair places its JK* code on US Airways' Philadelphia‑Madrid and Philadelphia‑Barcelona transatlantic flights, and on US Airways' flights beyond Philadelphia to 21 U.S. points. In exchange, US Airways places its US* code on Spanair flights between Madrid and Barcelona, on the one hand, and Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona, on the other, for carriage within Spain of US Airways' U.S.‑Spain transatlantic passengers. Spanair does not operate its own aircraft to any U.S. point. All Spanair U.S. services under the exemption authority are held out pursuant to the codeshare arrangement with US Airways.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman, Michael Goldman


OST-2003-16219 - Exemption - Spain-US Codeshare with US Airways

Filed February 13, 2007 | Issued March 5, 2007

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 U.S.C. 4 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail (a) between Barcelona and Madrid, Spain, on the one hand, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the other hand, and (b) beyond Philadelphia to Atlanta, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. (Reagan National), Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York (LGA), Orlando, Miami, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Chicago, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco and Sail Juan, Puerto Rico, only pursuant to a code-share arrangement with US Airways, a U.S. certificated air carrier. The applicant requests that the authority be granted for a two-year term.

Spainair's services beyond Philadelphia to the twenty-one named U.S. points will be offered on a blind-sector basis without local traffic rights between U.S. points.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-2003-16219 - Exemption - Spain-US Codeshare with US Airways

March 3, 2008

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Hereby requests renewal of its exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 and from any other provisions of Title 49 and the Economic Regulations of the Department of Transportation to the extent necessary to continue to engage in code-share operations with US Airways, Inc. in certain U.S.-Spain (Madrid/Barcelona) markets.

Spanair places its JK* code on US Airways' Philadelphia‑Madrid and Philadelphia‑Barcelona transatlantic flights, and on US Airways' flights beyond Philadelphia to 21 U.S. points. In exchange, US Airways places its US* code on Spanair flights between Madrid and Barcelona, on the one hand, and Malaga, Palma de Mallorca and Barcelona, on the other, for carriage within Spain of US Airways' U.S.‑Spain transatlantic passengers. Spanair does not operate its own aircraft to any U.S. point. All Spanair U.S. services under the exemption authority are held out pursuant to the codeshare arrangement with US Airways.

Counsel: Silverberg Goldman



OST-2003-16219 - Exemption - Spain-US Codeshare with US Airways

Filed March 3, 2008 | Issued April 8, 2008

Notice of Action Taken

Renew exemption from 49 U.S.C. § 41301 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail (a) between Barcelona and Madrid, Spain, on the one hand, and Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, on the other hand, and (b) beyond Philadelphia to Atlanta, Boston, Baltimore, Washington, D.C. (Reagan National), Denver, Dallas/Fort Worth, Houston, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, New York (LGA), Orlando, Miami, Minneapolis, New Orleans, Chicago, Phoenix, Pittsburgh, San Diego, Seattle, San Francisco and San Juan, Puerto Rico, only pursuant to a code-share arrangement with US Airways, a U.S. certificated air carrier. The applicant requests that the authority be granted for a five-year term.

Spainair’s services beyond Philadelphia to the twenty-one named U.S. points will be offered on a blind-sector basis without local traffic rights between U.S. points.

By: Paul Gretch



OST-2003-16219 - Exemption - Spain-US Codeshare with US Airways

July 30, 2008

Re: Polling Results

Counsel for Spanair has polled each of the carriers served with the Joint Application of US Airways, Inc. and Spanair for Amendment of Exemption Authority and Statements of Authorization filed in the above-referenced docket on July 25, 2008 and hereby reports that the Application is unopposed. In the absence of any objection, US Airways and Spanair urge the Department to act promptly on the Application.

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



OST-2003-16219 - Exemption - Spain-US Codeshare with US Airways

August 3, 2010

Application for Renewal of Exemption Authority

Spanair hereby requests renewal of its exemption to continue to engage in codeshare operations with United Airlines, Inc., US Airways, Inc. and other US carriers in US-EU and beyond markets, including markets between the US and Spain.

The US and the European Union have entered into the US-EU Open Skies Agreement, which supersedes the Air Transport Services Agreement between the United States and Spain, as amended. The US-EU Open Skies Agreement became effective March 30, 2008. Accordingly, Spanair requests that its US-EU and beyond exemption authority be renewed for an additional period of five years.

Under the codeshare agreements between Spanair and its U.S. partners, US Airways and United, as approved most recently by Department Notices of Action Taken dated August 5, 2008 and April 6, 2010 in this Docket and Docket OST-2010-0055, Spanair places its JK* code on US-Spain transatlantic flights operated by US Airways and United, and on the US carriers' domestic flights beyond Philadelphia and Washington to numerous US points. In exchange, United and US Airways places their UA * and US* codes respectively on Spanair flights between Madrid and Barcelona, on the one hand, and Malaga, Palma de Mallorca, Barcelona and other points in Spain and beyond, on the other hand, for carriage of US Airways' and United's US-Spain and beyond passengers. Spanair does not operate its own aircraft to any U.S. point. All Spanair-US services under the exemption authority are held out pursuant to the codeshare arrangements with US Airways and United.

On July 8, 2010 Spanair and Continental filed ajoint application for statements of authorization to engage in US-Spain and beyond codesharing effective September 1, 2010 (Docket OST-2010-0180). Spanair's exemption authority granted by the April 6, 2010 NOAT authorizes Spanair codesharing on the flights of additional US partners, such as Continental.

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



OST-2003-16219 - Exemption - Spain-US Codeshare with US Airways

Filed August 3, 2010 | Issued September 8, 2010

Notice of Action Taken

Renewal of exemption under 49 USC § 40109 to engage in scheduled foreign air transportation of persons, property and mail through code-share service with any US partner between any point or points in any Member State of the European Community, on the one hand, and any point or points in the US and beyond to any point or points in third countries, on the other hand. The applicant requests that the authority be granted for a five-year term.

By: Paul Gretch


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