Commentary

28 Procedures for route licensing and air transport licensing

CIVIL AVIATION vol 7
| Commentary

28 Procedures for route licensing and air transport licensing

| Commentary

28 Procedures for route licensing and air transport licensing

With a few exceptions1, where an application is made for a route licence or an air transport licence, the Civil Aviation Authority (‘CAA’) must publish details of it and allow 21 days for interested parties to lodge objections or representations2. If an objection is lodged it is usually necessary for a public hearing conducted by the CAA to be convened to consider the evidence in support of the application and the merits of representations3. An objector who wishes to appear and participate in a hearing must request the right to be

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