(i) all participants in these agreements have the appropriate authority and (ii) the agreements meet the conditions set out in the laws and regulations normally applicable by the parties to the operation or operation of international air traffic. T. Kingdom of Spain: air services agreement signed in Madrid on 20 February 1973; Agreement of February 20, March 31 and April 7, 1987; Changing the Am3. 1973 agreement reached on May 19, 1989; Amendment to the 1973 agreement, concluded on November 27, 1991. (d) continued access to publicly funded air transport; and the initial agreement was signed on April 30, 2007 in Washington, D.C. The agreement entered into force on March 30, 2008. The second phase was signed in June 2010 and has been applied on an interim basis until all signatories are ratified.  For the purposes of this appendix, “competition regime” refers to the laws, procedures and practices that govern the performance of their respective functions by participants in the review of agreements and other cooperation agreements between air carriers in the international market. For the European Community, these include Articles 81, 82 and 85 of the Treaty establishing the European Community and its implementing regulations under this Treaty, as well as possible changes.
For the Department of Transportation, this provision includes, under the terms of the Department, sections 41308, 41309 and 41720 of Title 49 of the U.S. Code, as well as the terms and conditions of the U.S. Code, as well as the terms and conditions of the U.S. Code. N. Malta: Air Services Agreement signed in Washington on 12 October 2000. for the European Community and its Member States; Ad-Referendum [signed. Daniel Calleja] Date: April 18, 2007 The agreement also strengthens cooperation between the two sides in the following areas. E. The Kingdom of Denmark: Air Services Agreement reached by exchange of banknotes in Washington on 16 December 1944; Changed on August 6, 1954; Changed on June 16, 1995. i. Hellenic Republic: Air Services Agreement signed in Athens on 31 July 1991; Extended until July 31, 2007 by bond exchange on June 22 and 28, 2006.
Each contracting party allows airlines on both sides to have a fair and equal opportunity to compete with international airlines under this agreement. 34. With regard to Article 14, paragraph 4, the delegation of the European Union recalled that the Treaty establishing the European Community does not in any way violate the rules of the Member States relating to the ownership regime, in accordance with Article 295. In its response, the U.S. delegation noted that government ownership in an airline could undermine equal opportunities between airlines in order to compete with the supply of international air travel under that agreement. 18. Delegations discussed the importance of advising passengers to individuals on the airline or surface service provider that will effectively operate each service sector when it comes to code-sharing agreements. They found that each party had rules requiring such disclosure. 24.