Air Transportation Regulations
103.2 (1) No air carrier shall operate a TUSC or a series of TUSCs unless the air carrier
(a) holds a non-scheduled international licence that is valid for the proposed charter; and
(b) has received permission from the aeronautical authorities of the United States for the charter.
(2) No air carrier, other than a Canadian charter carrier licensee, shall combine points in the territory of Canada on a single flight when operating a TUSC or series of TUSCs for a courier service using aircraft having an MCTOW greater than 35,000 pounds (15,900 kg).
(3) No TUSC with aircraft having an MCTOW greater than 35,000 pounds (15,900 kg) shall be subcontracted without the prior notification of the subcontract to the Agency, which notification shall contain the information specified in paragraphs 103.3(a) to (e), the name of the licensee who will be operating under the subcontract and the purpose of the subcontract.
- SOR/96-335, s. 52
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