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This database contains all public Decisions, Determinations, Orders and certain interim Decisions made by the Canadian Transportation Agency since 1988. Some decisions are confidential and are not published.
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Applications involving additional fares and charges for persons with disabilities who require additional seating due to their disabilities
Eric Tucker on behalf of Myka Tucker-Abramson On June 6, 2001, Eric Tucker filed an application with the Canadian Transportation Agency (the Agency) on behalf of his daughter, Myka Tucker-Abramson, concerning the fares charged by Air Canada to provide stretcher service to her after she was injured...
LET-AT-A-319-2005 | Letter Decision | 2005-12-08
This is further to the Canadian Transportation Agency's (hereinafter the Agency) Decision No. LET-A-172-2005 dated June 3, 2005, suspending Rules 10(a), 10(b)(ii), 10(c)(vii), 10(c)(ix) and 10(c)(xii) of Kelowna Flightcraft Air Charter Ltd.'s (hereinafter Kelowna) CTA(A) Tariff No. 7, as provisions...
LET-A-195-2005 | Letter Decision | 2005-07-07
The Canadian Transportation Agency (hereinafter the Agency) has reviewed the response filed by Akwaaba Airlines and Tours Ltd. (hereinafter Akwaaba) on June 22, 2005, in answer to Agency Order No. 2005-A-350. The Agency notes that Akwaaba has stated it has instructed its staff not to promote andor...
LET-A-187-2005 | Letter Decision | 2005-06-23
Applications involving fares and charges for persons with disabilities who require additional seating due to their disabilities (AFC applications)
Background The Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) is presently considering applications filed by Eric Norman, Joanne Neubauer and the Council of Canadians with Disabilities (collectively referred to as the CCD applicants); and by Barry Growe, regarding the fares required by Air Canada, Air...
LET-AT-A-128-2005 | Letter Decision | 2005-04-21
Applications involving additional fares and charges for persons with disabilities who require additional seating due to their disabilities (AFC applications)
Background On January 6, 2005, Air Canada filed a submission with the Canadian Transportation Agency (Agency) wherein it states its position that all accessible transportation applications before the Agency against Air Canada and its subsidiaries filed or in relation to incidents which occurred on...
LET-AT-A-54-2005 | Letter Decision | 2005-02-11