Air Transportation Regulations
64 (1) No air carrier shall operate an ABC between more than one point in Canada and more than one point outside Canada for the purpose of embarking and disembarking ABC passengers.
(2) Notwithstanding subsection (1), an air carrier may
(a) operate the outbound portion of an ABC to a point in a foreign country and the inbound portion from a different point in the country of destination or from a point in another country to the point of origin in Canada, for the purpose of embarking and disembarking ABC passengers, if no ABC traffic is transported between the points situated outside Canada; or
(b) operate an ABC between not more than two points in Canada and not more than two points outside Canada, for the purpose of embarking and disembarking ABC passengers, where arrangements are in existence between the Agency and the foreign aeronautical authorities having jurisdiction over ABC operations at the points outside Canada.
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