Service Agreement Eurlex

17 December 2020, 2:32 | Uncategorized | Commenti: 0

(1) On 5 June 2003, the Council authorised the Commission to open negotiations with third countries to replace certain provisions of existing bilateral agreements with an agreement at EU level. Other issues, such as mandatory trade agreements between airlines. B, should be respected by amending or supplementing the existing provisions of bilateral air services agreements between Member States and third countries. 2. Agreements and other arrangements between Member States and the Republic of Korea that have not yet entered into force at the date of the signing of this agreement and are not applied on an interim basis are listed in Appendix I, item b). This agreement applies to all of these agreements and arrangements after they come into force. 2. Where a Member State (the “first Member State”) designates an air carrier whose regulatory control is exercised and maintained by a second Member State, the rights of the Republic of Korea apply in the same way to the adoption, exercise or maintenance of safety standards by that second Member State and to the operating licence of that air carrier, in accordance with the provisions of the agreement between the first Member State which has designated the air carrier and the Republic of Korea. 1.

For the purposes of this agreement, the “Member States” are Member States of the European Union; `EU treaty`, the Treaty on the European Union and the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union; “contracting party,” a contracting party to this agreement; `party`, the contracting party to the bilateral air transport agreement concerned; “air carrier” is also an airline. Following the judgments of the Court of Justice in so-called “open skies” cases, on 5 June 2003, the Commission authorized the Commission to open negotiations with third countries to replace certain provisions of existing bilateral air services agreements with an EU-wide agreement (the “horizontal empowerment”). The aim of these agreements is to give all EU airlines non-discriminatory access to routes between the European Union and third countries and, therefore, to bring bilateral air services agreements between Member States and third countries into line with EU law. (vi) that the air carrier holds an air operator certificate issued by a Member State and that there is no bilateral air services agreement between the Republic of Korea and that Member State and that Member State has denied traffic rights to the air carrier designated by the Republic of Korea; (a) air services agreements between the Republic of Korea and the Member States of the European Union, which may have been amended, amended or completed, concluded, signed and/or applied provisionally on the date of signing this agreement are: Eur-Lex also stores international agreements (sector 2), parliamentary matters (sector 9), EFTA acts, including acts of the AELE jurisdiction and the EFTA Supervisory Authority (Sector E); judgments by the courts of the contracting states and by the European Court of Justice under the Brussels Regulation; [11] References to national jurisprudence in Community law (sector 8) and other public documents.

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