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Document 32007R0787

Commission Regulation (EC) No 787/2007 of 4 July 2007 amending Commission Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 establishing the Community list of air carriers which are subject to an operating ban within the Community (Text with EEA relevance)

OJ L 175, 5.7.2007, p. 10–25 (BG, ES, CS, DA, DE, ET, EL, EN, FR, IT, LV, LT, HU, MT, NL, PL, PT, RO, SK, SL, FI, SV)

No longer in force, Date of end of validity: 12/09/2007; Implicitly repealed by 32007R1043

ELI: http://data.europa.eu/eli/reg/2007/787/oj

5.7.2007   

EN

Official Journal of the European Union

L 175/10


COMMISSION REGULATION (EC) No 787/2007

of 4 July 2007

amending Commission Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 establishing the Community list of air carriers which are subject to an operating ban within the Community

(Text with EEA relevance)

THE COMMISSION OF THE EUROPEAN COMMUNITIES,

Having regard to the Treaty establishing the European Community,

Having regard to Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 of the European Parliament and the Council of 14 December 2005 on the establishment of a Community list of air carriers subject to an operating ban within the Community and on informing air transport passengers of the identity of the operating air carrier, and repealing Article 9 of Directive 2004/36/EC (1), and in particular Article 4 thereof,

Whereas:

(1)

Commission Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 of 22 March 2006 established the Community list of air carriers which are subject to an operating ban within the Community referred to in Chapter II of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 (2).

(2)

In accordance with Article 4(3) of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005, some Member States communicated to the Commission information that is relevant in the context of updating the Community list. Relevant information was also communicated by third countries. On this basis, the Community list should be updated.

(3)

In accordance with Article 4(2) of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 and Article 2 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 473/2006 of 22 March 2006 laying down implementing rules for the Community list of air carriers which are subject to an operating ban within the Community referred to in Chapter II of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 (3), a Member State requested to update the Community list.

(4)

The Commission informed all air carriers concerned either directly or, when this was not practicable, through the authorities responsible for their regulatory oversight, indicating the essential facts and considerations which would form the basis for a decision to impose on them an operating ban within the Community or to modify the conditions of an operating ban imposed on an air carrier which is included in the Community list.

(5)

Opportunity was given by the Commission to the air carriers concerned to consult the documents provided by Member States, to submit written comments and to make an oral presentation to the Commission within 10 working days and to the Air Safety Committee established by Council Regulation (EEC) No 3922/91 of 16 December 1991 on the harmonization of technical requirements and administrative procedures in the field of civil aviation (4).

(6)

The authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight over the air carriers concerned have been consulted by the Commission as well as, in specific cases, by some Member States.

(7)

On 14 May 2007 Pakistan International Airlines submitted a recovery action plan to the Commission, followed by evidence confirming the implementation of a number of corrective actions. The Commission takes note that significant progress has been made by the carrier following its inclusion in the Community list, and that the carrier, supported by its oversight authorities, confirmed that it has rectified safety deficiencies on part of its fleet. The competent authorities of Pakistan have endorsed these measures.

(8)

As a consequence, on the basis of the common criteria, it is assessed that Pakistan International Airlines should be allowed to operate to the Community also with the following eleven aircraft: three Boeing 747-300s with registration marks AP-BFU, AP-BGG and AP-BFX; two Boeing 747-200s with registration marks AP-BAK and AP-BAT; six Airbus A-310s with registration marks AP-BEU, AP-BGP, AP-BGR, AP-BGN, AP-BEC and AP-BEG. The mentioned aircraft should consequently be removed from Annex B.

(9)

The competent authorities of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan have agreed that, before the resumption of operations of each individual aircraft concerned, they shall provide the authorities of the Member State of the airport of destination, as well as the Commission, with a safety inspection report of the aircraft which they have conducted before the aircraft is due to operate. On receipt of the report, the relevant Member State may, if necessary, ban the aircraft in accordance with Article 6 of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005. On arrival, a complete SAFA ramp inspection of the aircraft should be carried out, and its report should be submitted without delay to the Commission which will forward it to the other Member States. Member States intend to ensure further verification of effective compliance with relevant safety standards through systematic ramp inspections on this carrier.

(10)

The remaining aircraft in this carrier's fleet still do not meet fully the relevant safety standards and should therefore be retained in Annex B pending rectification of outstanding deficiencies. An on-site follow-up visit should be organised before further reviews of the operational restrictions imposed on the carrier, in order to verify the full implementation of the recovery action plan and its progress. Both the carrier and its competent authorities have confirmed acceptance of this visit.

(11)

There is verified evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of TAAG Angola Airlines certified in Angola. These deficiencies have been identified by France during ramp inspections performed under the SAFA programme. The repetition of these inspection findings shows systemic safety deficiencies (5).

(12)

TAAG Angola Airlines demonstrated a lack of ability to address safety deficiencies in response to requests by France, in spite of guarantees given by the carrier and its competent authorities as demonstrated by persistent safety deficiencies. Also, there is insufficient ability of the competent authorities of Angola to enforce the relevant safety standards, despite the guarantees given by these authorities.

(13)

The competent authorities of Angola demonstrated a lack of ability to implement and enforce the relevant safety standards, when concerns about the safety of the operation of TAAG certified in that State were raised.

(14)

Whilst acknowledging the effort made by the carrier towards the identification of the actions necessary to redress its safety situation, as well as the disposition towards cooperation shown by both the carrier and the competent authorities of civil aviation of Angola, the Commission considers that the satisfactory implementation of an adequate corrective action plan by the carrier is not completed.

(15)

Therefore, on the basis of the common criteria, it is assessed that TAAG Angola Airlines does not meet the relevant safety standards. The air carrier should be subject to a ban to all its operations and should be included in Annex A.

(16)

The Netherlands has submitted to the Commission a request to update the Community list in accordance with Article 4(2) of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 in view of imposing an operating ban on the whole fleet of Volare Aviation.

(17)

There is verified evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of Volare Aviation certified in Ukraine. These deficiencies have been identified by the Netherlands during ramp inspections performed under the SAFA programme, and confirmed by ramp inspections performed in other Member States. The repetition of these inspection findings shows systemic safety deficiencies (6).

(18)

Volare Aviation demonstrated a lack of ability to address safety deficiencies at systemic level in response to requests by the Netherlands, as demonstrated by the insufficient corrective action plan presented in response to identified safety deficiencies.

(19)

The competent authorities of Ukraine demonstrated a lack of ability to implement and enforce the relevant safety standards, when concerns about the safety of the operation of Volare Aviation certified in that state were raised.

(20)

Therefore, on the basis of the common criteria, it is assessed that Volare Aviation does not meet the relevant safety standards. This carrier should therefore be subject to a ban to all its operations and should be included in Annex A.

(21)

There is verified evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of all air carriers certified in Indonesia. These deficiencies have been identified by a safety audit report carried out by Indonesia's civil aviation authority following a succession of accidents, which revealed that none of the country's air carriers meet relevant safety standards.

(22)

The US Department of Transportation’s Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) lowered Indonesia’s safety rating in its IASA programme, for the reason that Indonesia fails to comply with international safety standards set by the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO). Such a measure amounts effectively to an operating ban on all carriers certified by Indonesia. As a consequence, Indonesian carriers will not be permitted to commence service to the United States.

(23)

The last ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) report, as well as its follow-up report, has indicated serious shortcomings with regard to the capability of the civil aviation authorities of Indonesia to perform their air safety oversight responsibilities.

(24)

The competent authorities of Indonesia demonstrated an insufficient ability to implement and enforce the relevant safety standard. Furthermore, these authorities did not reply adequately and in a timely manner when concerns about the safety of the operation of carriers licensed in Indonesia were raised by the Commission.

(25)

Therefore, on the basis of the common criteria, it is assessed that all air carriers certified in Indonesia should be subject to an operating ban and included in Annex A.

(26)

The authorities of the Kyrgyz Republic have provided the Commission with information indicating that they granted an Air Operator's Certificate to the following air carriers: Eastok Avia, Kyrgyz Trans Avia, and S Group Aviation. Since these new air carriers are certified by the authorities of the Kyrgyz Republic which have shown a lack of ability to carry out adequate safety oversight, they should be included in Annex A.

(27)

The authorities of the Kyrgyz Republic have provided the Commission with evidence of the withdrawal of the Air Operator's Certificates of the following air carriers: British Gulf International Airlines FEZ and Kyrgyz General Aviation. Since these carriers certified in the Kyrgyz Republic have consequently ceased their activities, they should be withdrawn from Annex A.

(28)

The last ICAO Universal Safety Oversight Audit Programme (USOAP) report, the results of the recent assessment mission conducted in Albania in the framework of the European Common Aviation Area (ECAA) and information provided by Italy, have indicated serious shortcomings with regard to the capability of the civil aviation authorities of Albania to perform their air safety oversight responsibilities.

(29)

Following the invitation of the Albanian civil aviation authority, a team of European experts conducted a fact-finding mission to the Albania from 4 to 8 June 2007. Its report shows that despite many efforts, the civil aviation authorities of Albania still lack the resources, legal framework and expertise which are necessary to allow them to perform their air safety oversight responsibilities in a satisfactory manner.

(30)

With regard to two carriers certified in Albania — Albanian Airlines and Belle Air — the above mentioned report shows that both carriers are operating in accordance with the relevant safety standards and indeed taking additional measures to ensure their own safety oversight given the recognised deficiencies of the national civil aviation authorities.

(31)

No serious safety deficiencies were detected during several SAFA ramp inspections conducted on aircraft operated by both carriers to European airports.

(32)

The civil aviation authorities of Albania have agreed to submit a comprehensive corrective action plan aimed at addressing all safety oversight deficiencies identified in the various reports cited above, particularly the report of the fact-finding mission conducted in Albania by a team of European experts from 4 to 8 June 2007.

(33)

The Government of Albania has reiterated its full political commitment towards a sound restructuring programme for its civil aviation authority and that it will not issue any further Air Operator Certificates until the said programme has been satisfactorily implemented.

(34)

On the basis of the common criteria, it is assessed that being in compliance with the relevant safety standards, Albanian Airlines and Belle Air should not be included in the Community list. The competent authorities of Albania should provide the Commission, within a period not exceeding three months, with all the necessary information regarding the formulation and progress in implementation of a corrective action plan. In addition, Member States intend to ensure further verification of effective compliance with relevant safety standards through systematic ramp inspections on these carriers.

(35)

As envisaged in recital 35 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 235/2007, the situation of five Bulgarian carriers — Air Sofia, Bright Aviation Services, Heli Air Services, Scorpion Air and Vega Airlines — should be closely monitored. Accordingly, the civil aviation authority of Bulgaria conducted, with the assistance of experts from the Commission, EASA and Member States, verification visits of these carriers in order to determine the appropriate measures as regards the operational restrictions imposed on them since 21 February 2007.

(36)

In the light of the results of the visit carried out from 27 May to 2 June, it is assessed that there is verified evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of Air Sofia, Bright Aviation Services, Scorpion Air and Vega Airlines. The persistence of these inspection findings shows systemic safety deficiencies.

(37)

Furthermore, the visit has revealed evidence that the carrier Air Scorpio is from a corporate point of view, administratively, financially and technically managed and controlled by the carrier Scorpion Air and that aircraft operated by Air Scorpio for commercial transport were previously operated and owned by Scorpion Air. There is verified evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of Air Scorpio.

(38)

The Commission has taken note of the revocation of the AOC of Vega Airlines, Bright Aviation, Scorpion Air, and Air Sofia as well as the suspension of the AOC of Air Scorpio decided by the competent authorities of Bulgaria on 21 June 2007. Therefore, as these air carriers cannot operate any air services, no further action is warranted by the Commission.

(39)

The Commission has also taken note of the decision by the competent authorities of Bulgaria on 21 June 2007 to modify the AOC of Heli Air Service by suspending until further notice the operation in the European Community, Switzerland, Norway and Iceland of the aircraft of type LET 410 with registration marks LZ-CCT, LZ-CCS, LZ-CCR, LZ-CCE, LZ-CCF and LZ-LSB. The aircraft of type LET 410 with registration mark LZ-CCP of this carrier is permitted to operate flights within the Community, as this is the only aircraft currently equipped with the necessary obligatory safety equipment (EGPWS and TCAS) and therefore able to ensure safe operation within the Community. The Commission should closely monitor the situation of this carrier and verify the implementation of its corrective action plan with the assistance of EASA and the Member States.

(40)

With regard to the exercise by the competent authorities of Bulgaria, the Commission acknowledges the progress made by the Bulgarian authorities in fulfilling its responsibilities. The Commission supports the efforts of the Bulgarian authorities to continue the exercise of oversight responsibilities. It shall continue monitoring this process with the assistance of EASA and the Member States.

(41)

As envisaged in recital 36 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 910/2006 of 20 June 2006 (7) a team of European experts conducted a follow-up mission to Mauritania from 18 to 21 June 2007 to assess the progress in the implementation of the new legislation, requirements and procedures. Its report shows that the Agence Nationale de l'Aviation Civile (ANAC) is meeting its obligations and has also continued to develop the technical regulation and the necessary working procedures to ensure its oversight of the civil aviation industry.

(42)

In addition, Air Mauritanie took the necessary actions to correct the deficiencies identified through ramp inspections carried out at Community airports and improve its procedures.

(43)

On the basis of the common criteria, it is assessed that Mauritania has taken the necessary measures to reach an acceptable level of performance in the discharge of its oversight obligations to ensure that Mauritanian carriers comply with international safety standards.

(44)

There is verified evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of Aeronordgroup, Aeroportul International Marculesti, Grixona, Jet Line International, Jetstream, and Tiramavia certified in the Republic of Moldova. These deficiencies have been identified by Belgium, Croatia, France, Germany, Italy, Lithuania, Malta, the Netherlands, Spain and Turkey during ramp inspections performed under the SAFA programme. The repetition of these inspection findings shows systemic safety deficiencies (8).

(45)

Following the invitation of the civil aviation authority of the Republic of Moldova, a team of European experts conducted a fact-finding mission to Moldova from 4 to 8 June 2007. Its report shows that the Moldovan Civil Aviation Authority has revealed an insufficient ability to implement and enforce the relevant safety standards in accordance with their obligations under the Chicago Convention, as regards the following carriers: Valan International Cargo Charter, Aeronord Group, Grixona, Jet Line International, Jet Stream, Pecotox Air, Aeroportul International Marculesti, and Tiramavia.

(46)

In addition, the eight abovementioned carriers, although holders of an Air Operator's Certificate (AOC) issued by the Republic of Moldova, do not have their principal place of business in the Republic of Moldova, contrary to the requirements of Annex 6 to the Chicago Convention.

(47)

The Commission has taken note that the authorities of the Republic of Moldova have withdrawn the Air Operator's Certificates of the above mentioned carriers, which have consequently ceased their activities.

(48)

Furthermore, the Commission takes note that the authority of the Republic of Moldova has committed not to issue any further Air Operator's Certificates until satisfactory implementation of the corrective action plan and to consult for such purpose the Commission.

(49)

The civil aviation authority of the Republic of Moldova has agreed to submit by the end of September 2007 a comprehensive corrective action plan with a roadmap, aimed at addressing all safety oversight deficiencies identified during the fact-finding mission conducted in the Republic of Moldova by a team of European experts from 4 to 8 June 2007.

(50)

In the light of the various measures taken by the competent authority of the Republic of Moldova, and pending the submission of a corrective action plan, the Commission considers that remaining carriers holder of an AOC issued by the Republic of Moldova (Air Moldova, Moldavian Airlines, Tandem Aero and Nobil Air) should not be included in the Community list. The Commission should monitor the safety situation of these carriers. For this purpose, Member States intend to ensure further verification of effective compliance with the relevant safety standards through systematic ramp inspection of the aircraft operated by these carriers.

(51)

As envisaged in recitals 36 and 39 of Commission Regulation (EC) No 235/2007, the Commission, assisted by experts from Member States visited the Russian Federation from 15 to 21 April 2007 with a view to determining the status of implementation of corrective actions of the carrier Rossyia (ex Pulkovo) and verifying the situation of the safety of certain other Russian air carriers subject to operational restrictions by decision of the competent authorities of the Russian Federation since 12 February 2007 as well as the exercise of oversight obligations of these authorities.

(52)

With regard to the carrier Rossyia, the results of the visit show that the company is making improvements on the internal safety oversight procedures and on implementing ICAO safety standards. Its quality management is under development. Additional information was presented by the competent authorities of the Russian Federation on 26 June 2007. As all corrective actions have not yet been completed, the carrier should remain under the close scrutiny of the competent authorities of Russia to monitor the further implementation of the corrective action plan.

(53)

With regard to the nine carriers subject to operational restrictions by decision of the competent authorities of the Russian Federation since 12 February 2007, the results of the visit show that overall, all companies confirmed to be closely supervised since the introduction of the operating restrictions and the pre-flight authorisations by the competent authorities. These measures led in all cases to immediate positive reactions. The results of the visit also showed that any positive developments still need to become sustainable solutions and lead to the introduction of fully fledged internal safety systems. The competent authorities of the Russian Federation decided on 27 April 2007 and informed thereof the Commission on 2 May 2007 to lift the restrictions on the following six air carriers: Aero Rent, Gazpromavia, Lukoil, Tatarstan, Atlant Soyuz and Aviacon Zitotrans. The carriers Centre Avia and Russian Sky (Russkoe Nebo) remain as per the same decision under the operating restrictions; furthermore, the pre-flight authorisation system has been extended to also cover the regular flights operated by UTAir.

(54)

Also during the visit certain other Russian carriers, Krasnoyarsky Airlines (9) and Kuban Airlines (10) for which the Commission had information indicating systemic deficiencies with regard to safety and whose safety situation had also drawn the attention of the competent authorities of Russia, were discussed. The measures decided by the latter authorities on 27 April 2007 foresee that pre-flight inspections are intensified on these carriers.

(55)

With regard to the exercise of oversight obligations by the competent authorities of the Russian Federation, the results of the visit show that they have to accelerate further their work to bring the Russian safety rules in line with ICAO standards and that they should concentrate on the implementation of these standards and the recommendations of the last ICAO safety audit. Moreover, they should intensify their cooperation with Russian manufacturers to ensure compliance of Russian designed aircraft with ICAO standards. This appears also necessary to avoid double standards applying to airworthiness inside the Russian Federation — one for operators and aircraft flying to the Community, and a second (lower) standard for operators and aircraft operating inside the Russian Federation or the CIS. Furthermore, the competent authorities should further increase their efforts with regard to continued airworthiness and ensure that Western built aircraft increasingly acquired and operated by Russian carriers are adequately maintained by the companies concerned.

(56)

Since the visit to the Russian Federation results of ramp inspections of all the aforementioned carriers show that certain carriers among those which were subject to operating restrictions have not been operating any services to the Community.

(57)

The carriers Gazpromavia and Atlant Soyuz, which were previously subject to operating restrictions, have been operating services into the Community and have undergone ramp inspections (11). The results of these inspections indicates a repetition of serious findings in the same areas as before the imposition of operating restrictions showing systemic safety deficiencies and likely to have a significant impact on safety of operations.

(58)

The carrier UTAir, has also been inspected (12). The results of this inspection show a repetition of the inspection findings in the same areas as before the imposition of operating restrictions indicating that the carrier has still not fully completed the corrective actions proposed in February 2007. These results along with verified evidence of serious safety deficiencies on the part of Airlines 400 (13), Kavminvodyavia (14), Ural Airlines (15), Yakutia Airlines (16) were transmitted to the competent authorities on 29 May and 5 June 2007.

(59)

In view of all the above, on the basis of the common criteria, the Commission invited the air carriers Atlant Soyuz, Gazpromavia, UTAir, Krasnoyarsky Airlines, Kuban Airlines, Airlines 400, Kavminvodyavia, Ural Airlines and Yakutia Airlines to present their observations pursuant Article 7 of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 and launched consultations with the competent authorities of the Russian Federation. On the basis of the observations submitted by the air carriers, those made by the Commission and by the competent authorities of the Russian Federation, the latter decided on 23 June 2007 effective from 25 June, to impose operating restrictions on 10 carriers until their safety deficiencies have been resolved to the mutual satisfaction of both the competent authorities of the Russian Federation and the Commission.

(60)

Accordingly, the competent authorities of the Russian Federation decided to ban all operations into the Community of four of the carriers in question: Kavminvodyavia, Kuban Airlines, Yakutia Airlines, Airlines 400. In particular, Airlines 400 saw its AOC suspended.

(61)

Also, they decided to restrict the operations of certain carriers allowing only specific aircraft to be operated into the Community: Krasnoyarsky Airlines is allowed to operate only with the following Boeing 737 EI-DNH, EI-DNS, EI-DNT, EI-CBQ, EI-CLZ, EI-CLW, Boeing-757 EI-DUC, EI-DUE and Boeing-767 EI-DMH, EI-DMP; Ural Airlines is allowed to operate only with the following Airbus A-320 VP-BQY, VP-BQZ; Gazpromavia is allowed to operate only with the following Falcon Mystère 900 RA-09000, RA-09001, RA-09006, RA-09008; Atlant-Soyuz is allowed to operate only with the following Boeing 737 VP-BBL, VP-BBM; UTAir is allowed to operate only with the following ATR 42 VP-BCB, VP-BCF, VP-BPJ, VP-BPK, the following Gulfstream IV RA-10201, RA-10202 and the following Tu-154M RA-85805, RA-85808. Rossyia (ex-Pulkovo) is not permitted to operate into the Community with the aircraft IL-62M (RA-86467).

(62)

The Commission takes note of the decision of the competent authorities of the Russian Federation and in particular of the fact that any modifications to these restrictions can be adopted by these authorities only in coordination with the Commission. Also, it takes note of the fact that all Russian air carriers which operate international services including into the Community, are informed, that any ramp inspection resulting in significant (category 2) and major (category 3) findings, if not duly rectified, would lead to the imposition of operating restrictions by the Russian authorities.

(63)

In view of the above, the Commission considers that the measures taken by the competent authorities of the Russian Federation are sufficient to redress the serious safety deficiencies detected in certain carriers in the short term. In order to ensure that there are adequate corrective actions put in place ensuring a sustainable systemic solution of these deficiencies, it intends to verify the situation of the safety of the above mentioned carriers before any modification of the restrictions contained in the decision of the competent authorities of the Russian Federation of 23 June 2007. To that end, the Commission intends to carry out a visit with the assistance of Member States before the next update of the present Regulation. Member States should ensure the verification of effective compliance with relevant safety standards through systematic ramp inspections on all operations of these carriers.

(64)

As carriers removed from the list due to declared cessation of activities may reappear with another identity or nationality, the Commission should actively continue to monitor any transfers and moves related to these entities.

(65)

No evidence of the full implementation of appropriate remedial actions by the other carriers included in the Community list updated on 5 March 2007 and by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of these air carriers has been communicated to the Commission so far in spite of specific requests submitted by the latter. Therefore, on the basis of the common criteria, it is assessed that these air carriers should continue to be subject to an operating ban.

(66)

The measures provided for in this Regulation are in accordance with the opinion of the Air Safety Committee,

HAS ADOPTED THIS REGULATION:

Article 1

Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 is amended as follows:

1.

Annex A is replaced by Annex A to this Regulation.

2.

Annex B is replaced by Annex B to this Regulation.

Article 2

This Regulation shall enter into force on the day following that of its publication in the Official Journal of the European Union.

This Regulation shall be binding in its entirety and directly applicable in all Member States.

Done at Brussels, 4 July 2007.

For the Commission

Jacques BARROT

Vice-President


(1)  OJ L 344, 27.12.2005, p. 15.

(2)  OJ L 84, 23.3.2006, p. 14. Regulation as amended by Regulation (EC) No 235/2007 (OJ L 66, 6.3.2007, p. 3).

(3)  OJ L 84, 23.3.2005, p. 8.

(4)  OJ L 373, 31.12.1991, p. 4.

(5)  DGAC/F-2003-419, DGAC/F-2003-1026, DGAC/F-2005-394, DGAC/F-2005-1185, DGAC/F-2006-27, DGAC/F-2006-566, DGAC/F-2006-1598, DGAC/F-2006-1966, DGAC/F-2006-2087, DGAC/F-2006-2069, DGAC/F-2007-418, DGAC/F-2007-838, DGAC/F-2007-841, DGAC/F-2007-1113, DGAC/F-2007-1141.

(6)  BCAA-2004-58, CAA-N-2006-228, CAA-N-2007-56, CAA-N-2007-73, CAA-NL-2005-37, CAA-NL-2006-243, CAA-NL-2007-1, CAA-NL-2007-2, CAA-NL-2007-3, CAA-NL-2007-23, CAA-NL-2007-24, CAA-NL-2007-44, CAA-NL-2007-45, CAA-NL-2007-46, CAA-NL-2007-47, CAA-NL-2007-48, CAA-UK-2007-31, CAAFIN-2004-14, CAAFIN-2004-27, DGAC-E-2006-1131, DGAC-E-2006-1386, DGAC-E-2007-376, DGAC/F-2006-138, DGAC/F-2006-830, DGAC/F-2006-1041, DGAC/F-2006-1928, DGAC/F-2007-446, DGAC/F-2007-738, DGAC/F-2007-739, ENAC-IT-2004-477, ENAC-IT-2005-118, ENAC-IT-2006-299, ENAC-IT-2006-445, LBA/D-2004-425, LBA/D-2006-697, MOTLUX-2005-7.

(7)  Commission Regulation (EC) No 910/2006 of 20 June 2006 amending Regulation (EC) No 474/2006 establishing the Community list of air carriers which are subject to an operating ban within the Community referred to in Chapter II of Regulation (EC) No 2111/2005 of the European Parliament and of the Council (OJ L 168, 21.6.2006, p. 16).

(8)  BCAA-2006-64, BCAA-2007-9, CAA-NL-2005-227, CAA-NL-2006-262, CAA-NL-2007-4, CAACRO-2005-3, CAAMA-2005-12, CAIEY-2006-7, DGAC-E-2007-153, DGAC-E-2007-274, DGAC/F-2005-4, DGAC/F-2005-56, DGAC/F-2005-401, DGAC/F-2005-626, DGAC/F-2005-810, DGAC/F-2005-1204, DGAC/F-2005-1221, DGAC/F-2005-1266, DGAC/F-2005-1292, DGAC/F-2005-1465, DGAC/F-2006-34, DGAC/F-2006-41, DGAC/F-2006-249, DGAC/F-2006-333, DGAC/F-2006-465, DGAC/F-2006-819, DGAC/F-2006-1879, DGAC/F-2007-207, DGAC/F-2007-335, DGAC/F-2007-487, DGAC/F-2007-649, DGAC/F-2007-748, DGCATR-2006-29, DGCATR-2007-120, ENAC-IT-2005-74, ENAC-IT-2005-148, ENAC-IT-2005-455, ENAC-IT-2005-751, ENAC-IT-2006-74, ENAC-IT-2006-576, LBA/D-2005-672, LBA/D-2006-14, LBA/D-2006-100.

(9)  ACG-2007-1, ACG-2007-7, CAACRO-2004-35, CAACRO-2004-37, CAACRO-2004-38, CAACRO-2004-48, CAACRO-2004-50, CAO-2004-101, DGAC/F-2005-15, DGAC/F-2006-2105, DGAC/F-2007-477, DGAC/F-2007-481, DGCATR-2006-102, DGCATR-2007-112, ENAC-IT-2004-73, ENAC-IT-2004-110, ENAC-IT-2004-225, ENAC-IT-2004-237, ENAC-IT-2004-296, ENAC-IT-2004-366, ENAC-IT-2004-480, ENAC-IT-2004-487, ENAC-IT-2004-548, ENAC-IT-2005-24, ENAC-IT-2005-187, ENAC-IT-2005-188, ENAC-IT-2005-205, ENAC-IT-2005-454, ENAC-IT-2005-492, ENAC-IT-2005-694, ENAC-IT-2006-34, ENAC-IT-2006-117, ENAC-IT-2006-175, ENAC-IT-2006-180, ENAC-IT-2006-326, ENAC-IT-2006-403, ENAC-IT-2006-508, ENAC-IT-2006-674, ENAC-IT-2007-9, ENAC-IT-2007-24, ENAC-IT-2007-53, ENAC-IT-2007-66, ENAC-IT-2007-140, HCAAGR-2006-35, HCAAGR-2007-66, LBA/D-2006-66, LBA/D-2006-308, LBA/D-2006-354, OK-2004-4, OK-2004-8.

(10)  BCAA-2007-27, DGAC/F-2007-474, DGAC/F-2006-246, DGAC/F-2006-400, DGAC/F-2007-539, DGCATR-2006-79, ENAC-IT-2004-44, ENAC-IT-2004-494, ENAC-IT-2005-72, ENAC-IT-2005-114, FOCA-2004-225, LBA/D-2005-261, LBA/D-2006-4, LBA/D-2006-429, LBA/D-2007-125, LBA/D-2007-134.

(11)  Gazpromavia: CAA-NL-2007-43 on 11.5.2007; Atlant Soyuz: CAA-N-2007-86 on 31.5.2007 and INAC/P-2007-12 on 1.6.2007.

(12)  Utair: SDAT-2007-12 on 24.5.2007, LBA/D 2007 — 308 on 19.6.2007.

(13)  CAACRO-2004-44, DGAC-E-2006-853, DGAC-E-2006-1004, DGAC/F-2004-1011, DGAC/F-2005-19, DGAC/F-2005-883, DGAC/F-2005-1128, DGAC/F-2006-2008, DGAC/F-2007-24, ENAC-IT-2004-76, ENAC-IT-2004-86, ENAC-IT-2004-216, ENAC-IT-2004-259, ENAC-IT-2004-277, ENAC-IT-2004-297, ENAC-IT-2004-298, ENAC-IT-2006-195, ENAC-IT-2006-793, LBA/D-2005-185, RCAARO-2006-39.

(14)  BCAA-2007-25, BCAA-2007-29, CAACRO-2004-36, CAACRO-2004-46, CAACRO-2006-37, CAIEY-2005-6, CAIEY-2005-8, DGAC-E-2006-877, DGAC-E-2006-878, DGAC-E-2006-948, DGAC-E-2006-949, DGAC-E-2006-1122, DGAC-E-2006-1501, DGAC/F-2006-2102, ENAC-IT-2004-516, ENAC-IT-2004-573, ENAC-IT-2005-313, ENAC-IT-2005-446, ENAC-IT-2005-453, ENAC-IT-2006-184, ENAC-IT-2006-545, ENAC-IT-2006-570, ENAC-IT-2006-664, ENAC-IT-2007-107, EST-2006-2, FOCA-2007-25, LBA/D-2004-431, LBA/D-2007-238.

(15)  ACG-2007-6, CAACRO-2006-27, DGAC-E-2006-873, DGAC/F-2006-238, DGAC/F-2006-1709, ENAC-IT-2004-318, ENAC-IT-2006-392, ENAC-IT-2007-12, EST-2006-22, EST-2006-23, HCAAGR-2006-27, OK-2005-14, OK-2005-38, OK-2006-9, OK-2007-3.

(16)  BCAA-2006-54, DGAC/F-2007-135, ENAC-IT-2004-75 ENAC-IT-2006-604, ENAC-IT-2006-864, ENAC-IT-2006-867, ENAC-IT-2007-15.


ANNEX A

LIST OF AIR CARRIERS OF WHICH ALL OPERATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO A BAN WITHIN THE COMMUNITY (1)

Name of the legal entity of the air carrier as indicated on its AOC (and its trading name, if different)

Air Operator Certificate (AOC) Number or Operating Licence Number

ICAO airline designation number

State of the Operator

AIR KORYO

Unknown

KOR

Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK)

AIR WEST CO. LTD

004/A

AWZ

Sudan

ARIANA AFGHAN AIRLINES

009

AFG

Afghanistan

BLUE WING AIRLINES

SRSH-01/2002

BWI

Surinam

SILVERBACK CARGO FREIGHTERS

Unknown

VRB

Rwanda

TAAG ANGOLA AIRLINES

001

DTA

Angola

VOLARE AVIATION ENTREPRISE

143

VRE

Ukraine

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC), with the exception of Hewa Bora Airways (2), including,

 

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AFRICA ONE

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0114/2006

CFR

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AFRICAN AIR SERVICES COMMUTER SPRL

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0005/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AIGLE AVIATION

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0042/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AIR BENI

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0019/2005

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AIR BOYOMA

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0049/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AIR INFINI

409/CAB/MIN/TC/006/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AIR KASAI

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0118/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AIR NAVETTE

409/CAB/MIN/TC/015/2005

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

AIR TROPIQUES S.P.R.L.

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0107/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

BEL GLOB AIRLINES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0073/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

BLUE AIRLINES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0109/2006

BUL

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

BRAVO AIR CONGO

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0090/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

BUSINESS AVIATION S.P.R.L.

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0117/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

BUTEMBO AIRLINES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0056/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

CARGO BULL AVIATION

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0106/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

CETRACA AVIATION SERVICE

409/CAB/MIN/TC/037/2005

CER

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

CHC STELLAVIA

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0050/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

COMAIR

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0057/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

COMPAGNIE AFRICAINE D’AVIATION (CAA)

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0111/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

DOREN AIR CONGO

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0054/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

EL SAM AIRLIFT

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0002/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

ESPACE AVIATION SERVICE

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0003/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

FILAIR

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0008/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

FREE AIRLINES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0047/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

GALAXY INCORPORATION

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0078/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

GOMA EXPRESS

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0051/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

GOMAIR

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0023/2005

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

GREAT LAKE BUSINESS COMPANY

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0048/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

I.T.A.B. — INTERNATIONAL TRANS AIR BUSINESS

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0022/2005

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

KATANGA AIRWAYS

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0088/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

KIVU AIR

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0044/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

LIGNES AÉRIENNES CONGOLAISES

Ministerial signature (ordonnance 78/205)

LCG

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

MALU AVIATION

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0113/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

MALILA AIRLIFT

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0112/2006

MLC

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

MANGO AIRLINES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0007/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

PIVA AIRLINES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0001/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

RWAKABIKA BUSHI EXPRESS

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0052/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

SAFARI LOGISTICS SPRL

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0076/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

SAFE AIR COMPANY

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0004/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

SERVICES AIR

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0115/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

SUN AIR SERVICES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0077/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

TEMBO AIR SERVICES

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0089/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

THOM'S AIRWAYS

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0009/2007

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

TMK AIR COMMUTER

409/CAB/MIN/TC/020/2005

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

TRACEP CONGO

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0055/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

TRANS AIR CARGO SERVICE

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0110/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

TRANSPORTS AERIENS CONGOLAIS (TRACO)

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0105/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

VIRUNGA AIR CHARTER

409/CAB/MIN/TC/018/2005

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

WIMBI DIRA AIRWAYS

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0116/2006

WDA

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

ZAABU INTERNATIONAL

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0046/2006

Unknown

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Equatorial Guinea, including,

 

 

Equatorial Guinea

EUROGUINEANA DE AVIACION Y TRANSPORTES

2006/001/MTTCT/DGAC/SOPS

EUG

Equatorial Guinea

GENERAL WORK AVIACION

002/ANAC

n/a

Equatorial Guinea

GETRA — GUINEA ECUATORIAL DE TRANSPORTES AEREOS

739

GET

Equatorial Guinea

GUINEA AIRWAYS

738

n/a

Equatorial Guinea

UTAGE — UNION DE TRANSPORT AEREO DE GUINEA ECUATORIAL

737

UTG

Equatorial Guinea

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Indonesia, including,

 

 

Indonesia

ADAMSKY CONNECTION AIRLINES

unknown

DHI

Indonesia

AIR TRANSPORT SERVICES

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

BALAI KALIBRASI PENERBANGAN

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

EKSPRES TRANSPORTASI ANTARBENUA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

GARUDA

unknown

GIA

Indonesia

INDONESIA AIRASIA

unknown

AWQ

Indonesia

KARTIKA AIRLINES

unknown

KAE

Indonesia

LION MENTARI ARILINES

unknown

LNI

Indonesia

MANDALA AIRLINES

unknown

MDL

Indonesia

MANUNGGAL AIR SERVICE

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

MEGANTARA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

MERPATI NUSANTARA AIRLINES

unknown

MNA

Indonesia

METRO BATAVIA

unknown

BTV

Indonesia

PELITA AIR SERVICE

unknown

PAS

Indonesia

PT. AIR PACIFIC UTAMA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. AIRFAST INDONESIA

unknown

AFE

Indonesia

PT. ASCO NUSA AIR

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. ASI PUDJIASTUTI

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. AVIASTAR MANDIRI

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. ATLAS DELTASATYA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. DABI AIR NUSANTARA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. DERAYA AIR TAXI

unknown

DRY

Indonesia

PT. DERAZONA AIR SERVICE

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. DIRGANTARA AIR SERVICE

unknown

DIR

Indonesia

PT. EASTINDO

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. EKSPRES TRANSPORTASI ANTARBENUA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. GATARI AIR SERVICE

unknown

GHS

Indonesia

PT. GERMANIA TRISILA AIR

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. HELIZONA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. KURA-KURA AVIATION

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. INDONESIA AIR TRANSPORT

unknown

IDA

Indonesia

PT. INTAN ANGKASA AIR SERVICE

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. NATIONAL UTILITY HELICOPTER

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. PELITA AIR SERVICE

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. PENERBENGAN ANGKASA SEMESTA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. PURA WISATA BARUNA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. SAMPOERNA AIR NUSANTARA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. SAYAP GARUDA INDAH

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. SMAC

unknown

SMC

Indonesia

PT. TRANSWISATA PRIMA AVIATION

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. TRAVIRA UTAMA

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

PT. TRIGANA AIR SERVICE

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

REPUBLIC EXPRESS AIRLINES

unknown

RPH

Indonesia

RIAU AIRLINES

unknown

RIU

Indonesia

SRIWIJAYA AIR

unknown

SJY

Indonesia

SURVEI UDARA PENAS

unknown

PNS

Indonesia

TRANS WISATA PRIMA AVIATION

unknown

unknown

Indonesia

TRAVEL EXPRESS AVIATION SERVICE

unknown

XAR

Indonesia

TRI MG INTRA ASIA AIRLINES

unknown

TMG

Indonesia

TRIGANA AIR SERVICE

unknown

TGN

Indonesia

WING ABADI AIRLINES

unknown

WON

Indonesia

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of the Kyrgyz Republic, including,

 

Kyrgyz Republic

AIR CENTRAL ASIA

34

AAT

Kyrgyz Republic

AIR MANAS

17

MBB

Kyrgyz Republic

ASIA ALPHA AIRWAYS

32

SAL

Kyrgyz Republic

AVIA TRAFFIC COMPANY

23

AVJ

Kyrgyz Republic

BISTAIR-FEZ BISHKEK

08

BSC

Kyrgyz Republic

BOTIR AVIA

10

BTR

Kyrgyz Republic

CLICK AIRWAYS

11

CGK

Kyrgyz Republic

DAMES

20

DAM

Kyrgyz Republic

EASTOK AVIA

15

Unknown

Kyrgyz Republic

ESEN AIR

2

ESD

Kyrgyz Republic

GALAXY AIR

12

GAL

Kyrgyz Republic

GOLDEN RULE AIRLINES

22

GRS

Kyrgyz Republic

INTAL AVIA

27

INL

Kyrgyz Republic

ITEK AIR

04

IKA

Kyrgyz Republic

KYRGYZ TRANS AVIA

31

KTC

Kyrgyz Republic

KYRGYZSTAN

03

LYN

Kyrgyz Republic

KYRGYZSTAN AIRLINES

01

KGA

Kyrgyz Republic

MAX AVIA

33

MAI

Kyrgyz Republic

OHS AVIA

09

OSH

Kyrgyz Republic

S GROUP AVIATION

6

Unknown

Kyrgyz Republic

SKY GATE INTERNATIONAL AVIATION

14

SGD

Kyrgyz Republic

SKY WAY AIR

21

SAB

Kyrgyz Republic

TENIR AIRLINES

26

TEB

Kyrgyz Republic

TRAST AERO

05

TSJ

Kyrgyz Republic

WORLD WING AVIATION

35

WWM

Kyrgyz Republic

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Liberia

 

Liberia

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Sierra Leone, including,

Sierra Leone

AIR RUM, LTD

Unknown

RUM

Sierra Leone

BELLVIEW AIRLINES (S/L) LTD

Unknown

BVU

Sierra Leone

DESTINY AIR SERVICES, LTD

Unknown

DTY

Sierra Leone

HEAVYLIFT CARGO

Unknown

Unknown

Sierra Leone

ORANGE AIR SIERRA LEONE LTD

Unknown

ORJ

Sierra Leone

PARAMOUNT AIRLINES, LTD

Unknown

PRR

Sierra Leone

SEVEN FOUR EIGHT AIR SERVICES LTD

Unknown

SVT

Sierra Leone

TEEBAH AIRWAYS

Unknown

Unknown

Sierra Leone

All air carriers certified by the authorities with responsibility for regulatory oversight of Swaziland, including,

Swaziland

AERO AFRICA (PTY) LTD

Unknown

RFC

Swaziland

JET AFRICA SWAZILAND

Unknown

OSW

Swaziland

ROYAL SWAZI NATIONAL AIRWAYS CORPORATION

Unknown

RSN

Swaziland

SCAN AIR CHARTER, LTD

Unknown

Unknown

Swaziland

SWAZI EXPRESS AIRWAYS

Unknown

SWX

Swaziland

SWAZILAND AIRLINK

Unknown

SZL

Swaziland


(1)  Air carriers listed in Annex A could be permitted to exercise traffic rights by using wetleased aircraft of an air carrier which is not subject to an operating ban, provided that the relevant safety standards are complied with.

(2)  Hewa Bora Airways is allowed to use the specific aircraft mentioned in Annex B for its current operations within the European Community.


ANNEX B

LIST OF AIR CARRIERS OF WHICH OPERATIONS ARE SUBJECT TO OPERATIONAL RESTRICTIONS WITHIN THE COMMUNITY (1)

Name of the legal entity of the air carrier as indicated on its AOC (and its trading name, if different)

Air Operator Certificate (AOC) Number

ICAO airline designation number

State of the Operator

Aircraft type

Registration mark(s) and, when available, construction serial number(s)

State of registry

AIR BANGLADESH

17

BGD

Bangladesh

B747-269B

S2-ADT

Bangladesh

AIR SERVICE COMORES

06-819/TA-15/DGACM

KMD

Comoros

All fleet with the exception of:

LET 410 UVP

All fleet with the exception of:

D6-CAM (851336)

Comoros

HEWA BORA AIRWAYS (HBA) (2)

409/CAB/MIN/TC/0108/2006

ALX

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

All fleet with the exception of:

B767-266 ER

All fleet with the exception of:

9Q-CJD (cons. No 23178)

Democratic Republic of Congo (RDC)

PAKISTAN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES

003/96 AL

PIA

Islamic Republic of Pakistan

All fleet with the exception of:

all B-777; 3 B-747-300; 2 B-747-200. 6 A-310

All fleet with the exception of:

AP-BHV, AP-BHW, AP-BGJ, AP-BGK, AP-BGL, AP-BGY, AP-BGZ; AP-BFU, AP-BGG, AP-BFX, AP-BAK, AP-BAT, AP-BEU, AP-BGP, AP-BGR, AP-BGN, AP-BEC, AP-BEG

Islamic Republic of Pakistan


(1)  Air carriers listed in Annex B could be permitted to exercise traffic rights by using wetleased aircraft of an air carrier which is not subject to an operating ban, provided that the relevant safety standards are complied with.

(2)  Hewa Bora Airways is only allowed to use the specific aircraft mentioned for its current operations within the European Community.


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