2) „air transport”: the transport of passengers, luggage, cargo and mail by separated or combined aircraft, made available to the public for remuneration or rent; These facts and figures underline Turkey`s unique situation and the extent of economic activities related to air transport. Given the ongoing mergers between airlines in Europe, the Turkish air transport market offers many opportunities that European investors still need to exploit, particularly in the areas of air transport and airport privatisation. Common sense, however, requires that before such investments are allowed, the development of the tax structures and capacities of Turkish airlines must be addressed, as well as the profitability of the remaining airports. 4. Each contracting party allows each airline to determine the frequency and capacity of international air traffic it offers on the market on the basis of commercial considerations. In accordance with this right, no party may unilaterally: limit the frequency or regularity of service or the types or types of aircraft operated by the airlines of the other contracting party, nor require the submission of flight plans, charter flight programs or operating plans of the other party`s airlines, unless necessary for customs, technical, operational or environmental reasons (in accordance with Article 15) under uniform conditions consistent with Article 15 of the agreement. O. Kingdom of the Netherlands: Air Services Agreement signed in Washington on 3 April 1957; Protocol amending the 1957 agreement, concluded on March 31, 1978; Amendment of the 1978 Protocol, which was concluded on June 11, 1986; Amendment of the agreement of October 13 and December 22, 1987, concluded in 1957; amendment to the 1957 agreement, reached on January 29 and March 13, 1992; Amendment of the 1957 Agreement and the 1978 Protocol, concluded on October 14, 1992. 53. Following a question from the United States delegation regarding restrictions on the residual elements of bilateral air services agreements between Member States, the EU delegation reiterated that such restrictions, which affect the ability of Us and Community airlines to exercise the rights conferred by this agreement, would no longer be enforced. 4. Any airline of each contracting party may sell air transport on the territory of the other contracting party, directly and/or at the discretion of the airline, through its distributors or other intermediaries designated by the airline.
Every airline has the right to sell this transport and anyone is free to buy this transport in the currency of that area or in freely convertible currencies. (h) consultations, if any, on air transport issues dealt with in international organisations and in relations with third countries, including consideration of whether to adopt a common approach; WARNING To ensure the highest level of security of international air transport and to reaffirm their deep concern at actions or threats to the safety of aircraft that endanger the safety of persons or property, jeopardize the operation of air traffic and undermine public confidence in the safety of civil aviation; d. Czech Republic: Air Services Agreement signed in Prague on 10 September 1996; June 4, 2001 and February 14, 2002. 4. Co-operative marketing agreements: Designated airlines may enter into codeshare or leaseshare agreements with airlines in both countries or airlines from third countries, in accordance with the usual rules.