Official Record Series 1 - Schedule 2

Official Record Series 1 - Schedule 2

SCHEDULE 2:  FORM OF ROUTE LICENCES AND STANDARD CONDITIONS APPLICABLE TO THEM

Form of Scheduled Licence

ROUTE LICENCE                                                                                                     Licence No S/ ___________________________________________________________________

1. The Civil Aviation Authority, in exercise of its powers under Section 65 of the Civil Aviation Act 1982 (as amended), hereby grants a Route Licence to


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authorising it to operate aircraft on scheduled flights for the carriage of passengers and/or cargo and/or mail between any combination of points anywhere in the world.

2. A scheduled flight for the purposes of paragraph 1 above is defined as a flight on which at least some of the capacity of the aircraft is made available to the public without the intervention of a charterer.

3. This licence is subject to Standard Condition A and to the Standard Tariff Provisions set out respectively in Schedule 2 and Schedule 4 of the CAA’s Official Record, Series 1.

4. Nothing in this licence authorises the operation of any flight

(a) which the licence holder is already permitted to operate by virtue of Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1008/2008;
(b) otherwise than in accordance with the licence holder’s Air Operator’s Certificate;
(c) that is prohibited as a result of a direction to the CAA by the Secretary of State or by any Rules that may have been published by the Secretary of State;  or
(d) that is prohibited by any Schedule of Limitations to this licence.

5. Subject to Section 69A(5) of the Civil Aviation Act 1982, as amended, this licence shall have effect from until it is revoked.


Signed:        Date: 

for the Civil Aviation Authority

 


 


Form of Charter Licence

ROUTE LICENCE                                                                                                   Licence No C/ ___________________________________________________________________

1. The Civil Aviation Authority, in exercise of its powers under Section 65 of the Civil Aviation Act 1982 (as amended), hereby grants a Route Licence to


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authorising it to operate aircraft on charter flights for the carriage of passengers and/or cargo and/or mail between any combination of points anywhere in the world.

2. A charter flight for the purposes of paragraph 1 above is defined as a flight on which all the capacity of the aircraft is made available to the public through one or more charterers.

3. This licence is subject to Standard Condition A set out in Schedule 2 of the CAA’s Official Record, Series 1.

4. Nothing in this licence authorises the operation of any flight

(a) which the licence holder is already permitted to operate by virtue of Article 3 of Regulation (EC) No 1008/2008;;
(b) otherwise than in accordance with the licence holder’s Air Operator’s Certificate;
(c) that is prohibited as a result of a direction to the CAA by the Secretary of State or by any Rules that may have been published by the Secretary of State;  or
(d) that is prohibited by any Schedule of Limitations to this licence.

5. Subject to Section 69A(5) of the Civil Aviation Act 1982 as amended by the Licensing of Air Carriers Regulations 1992, this licence shall have effect from until it is revoked.

 

Signed:        Date: 

for the Civil Aviation Authority

 



Standard Conditions Applicable to Route Licences

 

Condition A

Passengers shall be informed before entering into a contract for carriage on any flight made pursuant to this licence of:

(a) the name of the holder of the licence and of the fact that he is intended to be the operator of the aircraft on which the passenger is to be carried,

(b) the type of aircraft that he intends to operate;  and

(c) the airport of destination.