Agreement between the Government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and Government of Turkmenistan on air traffic
of January 16, 1996
The government of the Republic of Uzbekistan and the Government of Turkmenistan, the hereinafter referred to as Contracting Parties,
recognizing the principles and regulations of the Convention on the international civil aviation open for signing in Chicago on December 7, 1944,
noting importance of air transport as means of establishment and preserving friendship, mutual understanding and cooperation between the people of two countries,
wishing to strengthen and develop air traffic between the territories of their states and beyond their limits,
for the purpose of continuation and development of international cooperation between the Republic of Uzbekistan and Turkmenistan,
agreed as follows:
1. For the purposes of this agreement the following terms mean:
a) "the aviation authorities" concerning the Republic Uzbekistannatsionalnuyu Uzbekiston Havo Yullar airline or any person or the organization, authorized to perform the functions which are carried out now by this airline and in the relation Turkmenistanaaviakompaniya "Akhal" or any person or the organization, authorized to perform the functions which are carried out now by this airline;
b) "the appointed airline" - airline which was appointed and is authorized according to Article 4 of this agreement;
c) "territory" concerning the state - the terrestrial surfaces, territorial and internal waters and airspace over them which are under sovereignty of this state;
d) "rate" - the rates paid for transportation of passengers, baggage, freight and mail, and condition on which these rates are applied including rates and conditions of agency and other support services.
e) "Convention" - The convention on international civil aviation open for signing in Chicago on December 7, 1944, and also any Appendix and any amendment to them to that measure in what they are accepted by Contracting Parties and are applicable to them;
e) "air traffic" - any regular air traffic performed by aircrafts for the purpose of public transportations of passengers, freights and mail;
g) "the international air traffic" - the air traffic performed through airspace over the territory more than one state;
h) "airline" - any air-transport company offering or operating the international air traffic;
i) "stop with non-commercial purposes" - landing with any purpose, other than acceptance aboard or unloading of passengers, freight or mail.
2. Appendices to this agreement constitute its integral part.
1. Each Contracting Party grants to other Contracting Party the rights provided by this agreement, for the purpose of establishment of the international air-lines ("contractual lines" and "the established routes" are hereinafter referred to as respectively).
2. The airline appointed by each Contracting Party will use in case of operation of contractual lines along the established routes the following rights:
a) make flight of the territory of other Contracting Party without landing;
b) make landing in the territory of other Contracting Party with non-commercial purposes in Items in the territory of other Contracting Party;
c) make landing to the territories of other Contracting Party in the Items specified in Appendix to this agreement for the purpose of loading and (or) unloading of passengers, mail and the freight following between the territories of Contracting Parties.
d) make landing to the territories of other Contracting Party in the Items specified in Appendix to this agreement for the purpose of loading and (or) unloading of passengers, mail and the freight following from Items of the third countries. Such right will be granted in coordination between the aviation authorities of Contracting Parties.
3. Nothing in this Article will be considered as to take provision of the right to the appointed airline of one Contracting Party aboard passengers, mail and freight for their transportation between Items in the territory of other Contracting Party for remuneration or on hiring.
1. Routes of flights of aircrafts on contractual lines and Items of flight of frontiers are established by each Contracting Party in the territory.
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