Convention on International Civil Aviation: Hearings Before the Committee on Foreign Relations, United States Senate, Seventy-ninth Congress,first-[second] Session, on Executive A, a Convention on International Civil Aviation, Chicago, Ill., December 7, 1944 ...
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Էջ 187 - States not otherwise included which make the largest contribution to the provision of facilities for international civil air navigation; and (3) the States not otherwise included whose designation will insure that all the major geographic areas of the world are represented on the Council.
Էջ 53 - The issuance, denial, transfer, amendment, cancellation, suspension, or revocation of, and the terms, conditions and limitations contained in, any certificate authorizing an air carrier to engage in overseas or foreign air transportation, or air transportation between places in the same Territory or possession or any permit issuable to any foreign air carrier under section 402, shall be subject to the approval of the President.
Էջ 151 - Each contracting State undertakes not to enter into any arrangements which specifically grant any such privilege on an exclusive basis to any other State or an airline of any other State, and not to obtain any such exclusive privilege from any other State.
Էջ 51 - That instrument, together with all laws which are made in pursuance thereof, and all treaties made or which shall be made under the authority of the United States, are the supreme law of the land.
Էջ 36 - The privilege to take on passengers, mail and cargo destined for the territory of the States whose nationality the aircraft possesses; (5) The privilege to take on passengers, mail and cargo destined for the territory of any other contracting State and the privilege to put down passengers, mail and cargo coming from any such territory.
Էջ 165 - Articles 91 and 92 (a) may, subject to approval by any general international organization set up by the nations of the world to preserve peace, be admitted to participation in this Convention by means of a four-fifths vote of the Assembly and on such conditions as the Assembly may prescribe: provided that in each case the assent of any State invaded or attacked during the present war by the State seeking admission shall be necessary.
Էջ 64 - Any permit issued under the provisions of this section may, after notice and hearing, be altered, modified, amended, suspended, canceled, or revoked by the Authority whenever it finds such action to be in the public interest.
Էջ 50 - In exercising and performing their powers and duties under this Act, the Board and the Secretary of Transportation* shall do so consistently with any obligation assumed by the United States in any treaty, convention, or agreement that may be in force between the United States and any foreign country...
Էջ 157 - The provisions of this Chapter shall not apply to aircraft and aircraft equipment of types of which the prototype is submitted to the appropriate national authorities for certification prior to a date three years after the date of adoption of an international standard of airworthiness for such equipment.