Agency Maintains Decision on Greyhound
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OTTAWA, May 10, 1996
The National Transportation Agency of Canada decided today it would not change an earlier decision requiring Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd. to have a licence to operate an air service in Canada.
Greyhound and Kelowna Flightcraft Air Charter Ltd. applied to the Agency for a review of its April Decision on the basis of changes to their proposal. They asked the Agency to find that Greyhound will not be operating an air service for which it will require a licence.
While numerous changes had been made to the proposal, the Agency found that the business arrangements had not fundamentally changed. The Agency remained of the opinion that, if operations commence, Greyhound will be operating a publicly available air service for which it requires a licence.
A copy of the decision is available upon request.
Mark E. Gromoll
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