An air transport licence or route licence1 may contain such terms as the Civil Aviation Authority ('CAA')2 thinks fit3. The terms may be, or include, terms settled by a person other than the CAA4, and may include terms as to the charges which are to be made and the goods, services and other benefits which are and are not to be furnished in connection with any contract which includes provision for the making available of accommodation on flights to which the licence relates5.
If the CAA establishes a schedule of terms and includes in an air transport licence or a
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