Turkiet

Ett luftfartsavtal träffades 1970 mellan Sverige och Turkiet. Avtalet är förhandlat på engelska, därför är texten nedan på engelska.

The agreement was signed on 13 November 1970. A Memorandum of Understanding with amendments to the present Air transport agreement was initialled on 6 November 2009. 

Designation principle

Multiple designation 

Traffic rights for designated airlines of Sweden

From points in Sweden via intermediate points to Istanbul and points beyond. The right to set down and pick up in the territory of the other Contracting Party traffic embarked in or destined for the territories of third parties is limited to the route: Points in Sweden via Copenhagen and/or Prague and/or Vienna or Budapest to Istanbul and beyond to Beirut (No more than the same three of the four designated intermediate points may be utilized in the route or routes to be operated within any schedule period.). 

Either of the Contracting Parties may request the inclusion in their services of points or additional points beyond the territory of the other Contracting Party or between the territories of the Contracting Parties. This request is subject to the approval of the aeronautical authority of the other Contracting Party. 

From the Memorandum of Understanding initialled on 6 November 2009:

In addition to the provisions in the existing route schedules and other arrangements; Airlines designated by Sweden shall be entitled to operate from all points in Sweden to Antalya and one other point in Turkey to be specified by the Swedish Aeronautical Authority. 

The choice of specified points mentioned above including changes to be made later should be notified through diplomatic channels to the other Party and after confirmation it will be in force . However, if the diplomatic note has not been confirmed within one month from the date of submission, the specified point shall be deemed as confirmed. 

Regarding cargo services, the designated airlines of each side shall be entitled to operate all-cargo scheduled services between any point in Turkey and any point in Denmark, Norway and Sweden, respectively, without restrictions on frequency, capacity and type of aircraft, subject to capacity availability at the airports and on the basis of fair and equal opportunities. 

Possibility to enter into co-operative marketing arrangements such as blocked-space or code sharing also with a third Party. 

Capacity provisions

The right to carry traffic between points in the territory of the other Contracting Party and points in the territory of third countries on the specified routes shall be exercised in accordance with the general principles that capacity shall be related to:

a) the traffic requirements to and from the territory of the Contracting Party which has designated the airline,

b) the traffic requirements of the area through which the airline passes, after taking account of other transport services established by airlines of the states comprising the area, and

c) the requirements of through airline operations. 

 

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