Block Space Agreement Def

1.5 The route is subject to the granting of the corresponding traffic rights to CV. If these rights are not granted, revoked or revoked for a particular routing, the rights and obligations of the parties with respect to the route concerned are either suspended (i) until the corresponding traffic rights are granted, either (ii) automatically terminated if the corresponding traffic rights are not granted within three (3) months from the date of the corresponding sales contract, including, but without restriction, the soft seat agreement, the hard seat agreement or the capacity agreement (the “agreement”) or the loss of those rights.. As part of a codeshare agreement, participating airlines may present a common flight number for several reasons, including: For example, the Boeing 777 is the most frequent passenger aircraft that flies between Hong Kong International Airport and Los Angeles International Airport.2 Hundreds of passengers are seated on the main deck (the upper deck), but the lower deck has ten parking spaces for ULD P6Ps, each measure measures 125 x 96 x 64 inches.3 10.2 Comprehensive agreementThe agreement signed between the parties applies exclusively to the transport of customer freight to the sectors described in the agreement and replaces all other existing communications, contracts and agreements that may exist with the customer in the same sectors (i.e. interline agreement distribution of space). Despite this, the agreement does not affect the applicability of the CV transport conditions available on www.cargolux.com, and each carrier air way bill or package carried by CV is subject to transport conditions (available on www.cargolux.com). Nippon Cargo Airlines (NCA) and Singapore Airlines Cargo (SIA) have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to develop a strategic partnership based on existing block agreements. Under a codeshare agreement, the airline that manages the flight (the airline that holds the operating licenses, slots and flight planning/management and is responsible for ground-handling services) is often referred to as the CXR ope operator, although the term “carrier administration” of IATA SSIM is more specific.