1. Each contracting party authorizes the pricing of air transport by the airlines of the two contracting parties on the basis of commercial considerations in the market. The Court calls on the British Government and the European Commission to recognise the damage done to the airline industry by the UK`s withdrawal from the EU, particularly for workers. 2. Prices for international air transport between the territories of the contracting parties must not be declared. Notwithstanding the above, the airlines of the contracting parties give the aviation authorities who request it immediately access information on historical prices, existing and proposed, in a manner and form acceptable to these authorities. c. Agreement amending regulation (EC) 25/ 2002. Agreement to amend the 1977 agreement, concluded on April 19, 1978; Agreement that is ready to enter into force on the first day of withdrawal, or only outstanding administrative or national implementation steps for the agreement to enter into force on the first day. 3) “air transport”: public transport, by air, of passengers, luggage, cargo and mail, separately or in combination, planned or charter, for a fee or at rent; 1.
Each party grants the other party the following rights for the operation of international air traffic by the other party`s airlines: in this context, the Court calls on the UK Government and the European Commission to recognise the damage caused to the aviation industry by the UK`s withdrawal from the EU, particularly for workers. The UK`s reintroduction of trade restrictions for UK airlines and, conversely, EU airlines will cause further irreversible damage to an already kneeling sector. 1. The airlines of each contracting party have the right to set up offices for the promotion and sale of air transport in the territory of the other party. Begon), facilitate the development of international air transport opportunities; The Court welcomes the EU`s proposal for comprehensive social protection, in which it stresses the need for an agreement on air services to ensure the protection of workers and the improvement of worker protection (Title III, Chapter 2, Section 5). The Court argues that, particularly in the broad application of these provisions across the industry, organizations representing employers and workers must have the right to address the issues raised by the agreement and to seek their settlement in the dispute resolution process. Finally, if air transport were to be removed from the broader agreement, all the provisions of Title III, Chapter 2, Section 5, would have to apply equally to aviation workers on a non-discriminatory basis. 1. Upon arrival in the territory of a contracting party, aircraft transported by the other contracting airlines in international air transport, their regular equipment, ground equipment, fuel, lubricants, technical consumables, spare parts (including engines), aircraft warehouse (including, but not limited to food, spirit drinks, tobacco and other products intended for passengers or other products for sale or use by passengers in flight), and other goods intended or used exclusively for the operation or maintenance of aircraft operating in international air transport are exempt, on the basis of reciprocity, from all import restrictions, property taxes and capital taxes , tariffs, excise duties and similar taxes and charges that are levied by national authorities (a) and (b) on the basis of the costs of the services provided; , provided that these equipment and provisions remain on board the aircraft. 8) “price”: any fare, fare or charge for the transport of passengers, luggage or goods (excluding the post office) by air transport, including surface transport linked to international air transport, calculated by airlines, including their agents, and the conditions of availability of such a fare, fare or remuneration; c.