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OST-2018-0082 - I Rose - Bahamas-Florida Passenger Charters

 


I Rose Limited

OST-2018-0082 - Exemption - Bahamas-Florida Passenger Charters

June 11, 2018

Application for an Exemption

I ROSE LIMITED, a flag carrier of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, respectfully requests an exemption from the provisions of 49 USC § 41301 to the extent necessary to permit it to engage in charter foreign air transportation of persons and property between a point or points in the Bahamas and a point or points in Florida, and other charters subject to Part 212 of the Department’s Economic Regulations, using small aircraft as defined in 14 CFR § 298.2. So that IRL may begin the proposed services to complement its existing service, it requests that the Department grant the requested authority expeditiously and for an initial period of one year.

IRL currently operates one IAI 1124A Westwind II Jet.

Counsel: Aviation Legal Counsel, Forrest Owens, 888-635-9529


 

September 10, 2018

Charter Air Transport Licensing

Bh: Bradley Strachan


 

January 14, 2019

Motion for Confidential Treatment

Counsel: Forrest Owens, 888-635-9529


 

Filed June 11, 2018 | Supplemented November 13, 2018 | Issued February 27, 2019

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 USC § 41301 to permit the applicant to engage in charter foreign air transportation of persons and property between any point or points in the Bahamas and any point or points in Florida, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212 of the Department’s regulations, using small aircraft.

By: Brian Hedberg


 

June 2, 2020

Application for Renewal of an Exemption

I ROSE LIMITED, a flag carrier of the Commonwealth of the Bahamas, respectfully requests an exemption to permit it to engage in charter foreign air transportation of persons and property between a point or points in the Bahamas and a point or points in Florida, and other charters subject to Part 212 of the Department's Economic Regulations, using small aircraft as defined in 14 CFR § 298.2. So that IRL may resume the proposed services to complement its existing service, it requests that the Department grant the requested authority expeditiously and for a period of one year.

Consel: Air Law Office, Keri Dowling, 954-740-0971

 

September 10, 2019

Air Transport License - Bahamas

By: Bradley Stracham


 

Filed June 2, 2020 | Issued October 29, 2020

Notice of Action Taken

Exemption from 49 USC § 41301 for a one-year period to engage in charter foreign air transportation of persons and property between any point or points in the Bahamas and any point or points in Florida, and other charters in accordance with 14 CFR Part 212 of the Department’s regulations, using small aircraft.

The applicant styled its request in the captioned Docket as a renewal request. We note, however, that the applicant’s previous authority in this Docket had lapsed. Our action here thus does not constitute a renewal. Our approval of its present request does not serve to insulate the applicant from any enforcement action which may be taken by the Assistant General Counsel for Aviation Enforcement and Proceedings.

We note that the applicant requested exemption authority for a one-year duration based on comity and reciprocity. Subsequent to its filing, the United States and the Bahamas signed an Open Skies Air Transport Agreement on January 27, 2020. Consistent with our policy in the case of open-skies agreements, we are awarding this exemption authority for a period of two years.

By: Robert Finamore

 

 


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