115. (1) Every tariff or amendment to a tariff shall be filed with the Agency at least 45 days before the tariff or amendment comes into force, except
(a) where a different period is specified in an international agreement, convention or arrangement respecting civil aviation to which Canada is a party; or
(b) where the tariff or amendment is filed at least one working day before it comes into force
(i) to publish tolls for an additional aircraft to be used in, or to cancel tolls respecting an aircraft to be withdrawn from, a non-scheduled international service, other than a service that is operated at a toll per unit of traffic,
(ii) by an air carrier operating a non-scheduled international service in accordance with section 16; or
(c) by order of the Agency.
(2) The period prescribed by subsection (1) shall not commence until a tariff or amendment is received by the Agency, and the mailing thereof does not constitute receipt by the Agency.
- SOR/90-740, s. 4;
- SOR/93-253, s. 2;
- SOR/96-335, s. 60.
Public Inspection of Tariffs
116. (1) Every air carrier shall keep available for public inspection at each of its business offices a copy of every tariff in which the air carrier participates that applies to its international service.
(2) Every air carrier shall display in a prominent place at each of its business offices a sign indicating that the tariffs for the international service it offers, including the terms and conditions of carriage, are available for public inspection at its business offices.
(3) Every air carrier shall, for a period of three years after the date of any cancellation of a tariff participated in by the carrier, keep a copy of that tariff at the principal place of business in Canada of the carrier or at the place of business in Canada of the carrier’s agent.
- SOR/96-335, s. 61(F);
- SOR/2009-28, s. 2.
Display of Terms and Conditions on Internet Sites
116.1 An air carrier that sells or offers for sale an international service on its Internet site must also display on the site the terms and conditions of carriage applicable to that service and must post a notice to that effect in a prominent place on the site.
- SOR/2009-28, s. 3.
117. Every air carrier operating a scheduled international service or a non-scheduled international service that is operated at a toll per unit of traffic shall publish all its tolls for those services
(a) in the case of passenger transportation, at a fare per person; and
(b) in the case of goods transportation, at a rate per pound, or other specified unit.
- SOR/96-335, s. 62.
118. (1) Subject to subsection (2), every air carrier operating a non-scheduled international service on a charter basis shall publish all its tolls for those services at a rate per mile, where distance can be measured, or at a rate per hour where distance cannot be measured, which tolls shall be applicable to the entire capacity of the aircraft.
(2) An air carrier that operates a non-scheduled international service on a charter basis may, in lieu of tolls described in subsection (1), establish specific point-to-point flat sum charter prices.
- SOR/96-335, s. 63.
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