International Air Transport Agreement Chicago 1944

On most international routes, regular aircraft observations are made at high temperatures and high temperatures. They are transmitted by aircraft in flight to provide observational data that can be used in forecasting. These aerial observations of winds and temperatures are automated by the connection of air-to-ground data. Each State Party accepts that all aircraft of the other States Parties that are non-aircraft operating on international air services have the right, subject to compliance with the provisions of this Convention, to fly in transit or in transit through its territory and to stop without prior authorization of non-circulation and to authorize the overflying state to require landing. However, each State party reserves the right, for aviation safety reasons, to require compliance with the prescribed routes or to obtain special authorization for those flights for aviation safety reasons for aircraft wishing to sail in inaccessible areas or without adequate air navigation facilities. (i) to request, collect, review and publish information on the promotion of air traffic control and the operation of international air services, including information on operating costs and the terms of public funds paid to airlines; (d) examine all issues relating to the organisation and operation of international air traffic, including international ownership and the operation of international air services over long distances, and to present the Corresponding Plans of the Assembly; (c) No representative of a contracting state in the Council may actively participate in the provision of an international air service or be financially interested in such a service. An air services agreement (also known as the ATA or ASA) is a bilateral agreement that allows international commercial air services between signatories. One of the least known and most important tasks in international civil aviation assistance is the Aviation Information Service (AIS). The objective of the aviation information service is to ensure the flow of information necessary for the safety, regularity and effectiveness of international air traffic control.

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