June 29, 2019 – Further problems discovered with 737 Max

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New problem discovered with 737 Max jet, IATA urges further pilot training

 

CTA DECISIONS

  • Interpretive decision – Agency’s initiative – Decision No. 33-AT-A-2019
    Applications made pursuant to subsection 172(1) of the Canada Transportation Act
  • Application – Swiss International Air Lines Ltd. also c-o-b as Swiss, on behalf of itself and Austrian Airlines AG – Determination No. A-2019-119
    Pursuant to section 60 of the Canada Transportation Act and section 8.2 of the Air Transportation Regulations
  • Application – Brussels Airlines N.V./S.A. c-o-b as Brussels Airlines, on behalf of itself and Austrian Airlines AG – Determination No. A-2019-118
    Pursuant to section 60 of the Canada Transportation Act and section 8.2 of the Air Transportation Regulations
  • Application – Hi Fly Ltd. c-o-b as Hi Fly Malta (Hi Fly), on behalf of itself and Sata Internacional – Azores Airlines, S.A. (Azores Airlines) – Determination No. A-2019-114
    Pursuant to section 60 of the Canada Transportation Act and section 8.2 of the Air Transportation Regulations
  • Application – Elitavia Malta Limited – Order No. 2019-A-110
    Exemption from subsection 84(2) of the Canada Transportation Act
  • Suspension – Via Airlines, Inc. c-o-b as Charter Air Transport – Order No. 2019-A-116
    Licence No. 070008
  • Suspension – Delaware Aviation LLC – Order No. 2019-A-115
    Licence No. 040012
  • Suspension – Devinaire, LLC – Order No. 2019-A-114
    Licence No. 060006
  • Suspension – Soin International, LLC – Order No. 2019-A-113
    Licence No. 120041
  • Suspension – Aerodynamics, Inc. – Order No. 2019-A-112
    Licence No. 967382
  • Suspension – JETEX LLC – Order No. 2019-A-111
    Licence No. 120082

 

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