PART VPassenger Motor Carriers
18 The following definitions apply in this Part.
- large passenger carrier
large passenger carrier means a passenger carrier that has an annual gross operating revenue of more than $2,000,000. (gros transporteur de voyageurs)
- passenger carrier
passenger carrier means a carrier that transports passengers by bus between provinces or between Canada and the United States. (transporteur de voyageurs)
- scheduled passenger service
scheduled passenger service means a service that is offered by a passenger carrier, that operates on a regular basis according to a posted schedule and for which tickets are sold individually to passengers. (service passagers régulier)
- small passenger carrier
small passenger carrier means a passenger carrier that has an annual gross operating revenue of not less than $200,000 and not more than $2,000,000. (petit transporteur de voyageurs)
- SOR/2013-196, s. 14.
19 Every passenger carrier referred to in column I of an item of Schedule V must provide to the Minister the information that is required by the form set out in column II of the item in respect of the reporting period set out in column III of that item by no later than the day set out in column IV of that item.
(a) its make, model and model year;
(b) the vehicle identification number assigned by its manufacturer;
(c) the type, output and year of construction of its engine;
(d) the amount and type of fuel it consumed, broken down by province;
(e) its transmission type;
(f) its base location;
(g) the types of aerodynamic aids and other technologies, if any, used for the purpose of enhancing the vehicle’s fuel efficiency or reducing its fuel consumption;
(h) the type of its tires, such as low-rolling resistance tires, tires with a central inflation system or single-wide tires;
(i) the number of kilometres it travelled;
(j) its tare weight;
(k) its seating capacity; and
(l) information as to whether or not it is accessible for passengers with reduced mobility.
(2) A passenger carrier operating a scheduled passenger service on a city-pair basis must provide to the Minister
(a) operational information about the scheduled passenger service, including
(i) the number of passengers, on a ticket origin and destination basis,
(ii) the average fare paid for a trip,
(iii) the number of senior and student discounted fares used,
(iv) the mass of freight and parcels transported between each city-pair, if that information is available,
(v) the number of pieces of freight and the number of parcels, or the number of bus bills, and
(vi) the revenue generated by the transportation of freight and parcels; and
(b) information about the actual capacity offered for each scheduled route, including
(3) A passenger carrier must provide to the Minister operational and financial information, including
(a) its employment level, by occupation category and number of hours worked;
(b) the number of vehicles in its fleet, the distance that the fleet travelled and the fleet’s maintenance costs;
(c) its number of passengers by type of service;
(d) its fuel consumption by type of fuel;
(e) detailed financial information, including
(f) if the passenger carrier operates in two or more provinces, a detailed breakdown of its revenues and expenses by province.
(4) A passenger carrier referred to in column I of Schedule V.1 must provide to the Minister the details relating to the information required by subsections (1) to (3) that are provided for in the form referred to in column II for the reporting period set out in column III before the end of the day set out in column IV.
- SOR/2013-196, s. 15.
PART VIAir Services Undertakings
20 The definitions in this section apply in this Part.
- air navigation undertaking
air navigation undertaking means a Canadian undertaking that operates in at least two provinces and provides
airport has the same meaning as in subsection 3(1) of the Aeronautics Act. (aéroport)
- airport authority
airport authority means a not-for-profit corporation that manages, operates and maintains an airport
(a) at the national capital or at a provincial capital;
(b) in any province other than New Brunswick, if at least 200,000 passengers arrive at or depart from the airport in a year; or
(c) in New Brunswick, if at least 196,000 passengers arrive at or depart from the airport in a year. (administration aéroportuaire)
- SOR/97-92, s. 4;
- SOR/2013-196, s. 16.
21 (1) An airport authority must provide to the Minister the information that is required by the form set out in column I of each item of Part I of Schedule VI in respect of the quarterly and annual reporting periods set out in column II of the item by no later than the corresponding day set out in column III of that item.
(2) The information required by paragraph 2(b) of Part I of Schedule VI must be audited.
- SOR/97-92, s. 4.
21.1 (1) The operator of an airport that is not served, either on-site or remotely or either full-time or part-time, by a NAV CANADA control tower, flight service station or community aerodrome radio station must provide to the Minister information about each aircraft movement at the airport during periods when the airport is staffed, including the following information when it is available:
(a) the date and time of the arrival or departure;
(b) the flight number or, if there is no flight number, the registration mark of the aircraft;
(c) the code, if any, assigned to the aircraft’s operator by the International Civil Aviation Organization;
(d) the aircraft’s model;
(e) the aerodrome that the flight is arriving from or departing for;
(f) information as to
(g) the runway used.
(2) The operator must provide to the Minister the details relating to the information required by subsection (1) that are provided for in the form referred to in column I of Part I.1 of Schedule VI for the reporting period set out in column II before the end of the day set out in column III.
- SOR/2013-196, s. 17.
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