Air Transportation Regulations
103.5 (1) Where the Agency determines that the operation of a TUSC or a series of TUSCs is contrary to any of the requirements set out in sections 103.2 to 103.4, or any of the conditions set out in section 76, the Agency may
(a) take measures to preclude the performance of the charter by the air carrier;
(b) require the air carrier to comply with any requirements imposed by the Agency to ensure that the operation is not contrary to any of the requirements or conditions set out in those sections; or
(c) require, by notice in writing, an air carrier to obtain the approval of the Agency prior to the operation of the charter, where the Agency determines that to do so is necessary to ensure compliance with the requirements and conditions set out in those sections.
(2) The Agency shall grant the approval referred to in paragraph (1)(c) where the operation of the charter is not contrary to any of the requirements and conditions set out in sections 76 and 103.2 to 103.4.
(3) When determining whether the operation of a charter may contravene paragraph 76(b), (c) or (d), the Agency shall take into consideration international reciprocity in matters of air transportation.
- SOR/96-335, s. 52
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