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OST-2017-0114 - Aerovis Airlines - Ukraine-US Open-Skies Charter Cargo Permit and Exemption

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Aerovis Airlines, Ltd.

OST-2017-0114 - Ukraine-US Open-Skies Charter Cargo Permit and Exemption

September 6, 2017

Application for a Foreign Air Carrier Permit and Exemption

Motion for Confidential Treatment

Aero Vis requests expedited approval of this application in order to implement its plans to commence service to the United States. Since the carrier plans initially to operate ad hoc cargo charters neither the U.S. points involved nor the frequency can be confirmed at this time. However, the carrier anticipates that demand will warrant approximately eight flights per month using AN-12 aircraft. The carrier plans to commence operations in late Fall 2017.

Aero Vis was established in 2003 as a carrier specializing in nonscheduled cargo flights. The carrier operates in Europe, Africa, the Middle East, Latin America and Central Asia. Given the unique capabilities of its AN-12 aircraft, itoperates frequently to remote or underdeveloped areas - often transporting unusual cargo - including to areas of natural disasters or hostilities. For example, it provides transport support for the annual Paris-Dakar Auto Rally, transports food supplies to U.S. military bases (Al Asad and Al Taqaddum) in Iraq, and provides relief flights on behalf of the U.N. World Food Programme. In 2011, due to internal political issues in Ukraine, the carrier suspended aircraft operations for four years. During this time, it held out transport through its partner carrier, Avialeasing Airlines of Uzbekistan. In December 2016, it was able to resume service with its own aircraft, and has worked very effectively to re-establish its network of customers.

Counsel: Cozen O'Connor, Mark Atwood, 202-463-2537


 

November 9, 2017

Clarification

I’d like to clarify that what AeroVis is seeking in its application now pending is the full set of rights available under the US-Ukraine Air Transport Services Agreement, which would include scheduled and charter foreign air transportation of property between a point or point in the United States and any point or point.

Counsel: Cozen O'Connor, Mark Atwood, 202-463-2513


 

OST-1998-3304 - Family Assistance Plans

November 17, 2017

Family Assistance Plan

Counsel: Cozen O'Connor, Mark Atwood, 202-912-4874


 

Order 2017-11-23
OST-2017-0114
- Ukraine-US Open-Skies Charter Cargo Permit and Exemption

Issued and Served November 22, 2017

Order Granting Exemption and to Show Cause

We grant the request of AeroVis Airlines, Ltd. for an exemption under 49 USC § 40109 to engage in scheduled and foreign charter air transportation of property and mail between the United States and any point or points.

With respect to the applicant’s request for a foreign air carrier permit in this proceeding, we direct all interested persons to show cause why our tentative decision on that application, set forth above, should not be made final. Any interested person objecting to the issuance of an order making final our tentative findings and conclusions with respect to the applicant’s request for a foreign air carrier permit shall, no later than twenty-one calendar days after the date of service of this order, file with the Department.

By: Brian Hedberg


 

Order 2018-2-14
OST-2017-0114
- Ukraine-US Open-Skies Charter Cargo Permit and Exemption

Issued December 15, 2017 | Served February 20, 2018

Final Order

By Order 2017-11-23, issued November 22, 2017, 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 that Order and subject to the conditions attached to that permit. We gave interested persons 21 days to file objections to the Order. We said that if no objections are filed, all further procedural steps shall be deemed waived, and the Department will enter an order (subject to Presidential review under 49 USC §41307) which will make final the findings and conclusions of that Order.

No objections were received within the time period provided.

By: Brian Hedberg

 


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