The Commission has received an application [PDF: 207 KB] from Pacific Air Express seeking an allocation of three B737F services per week of freight capacity on the Nauru route. Other applications for the capacity and submissions about the application are invited.
The closing date for notice of intention to make an application or submission is COB (i.e. 5pm) on 19 April 2013, with the application or submission due by COB 26 April 2013. If no notice of intention is received by COB 19 April 2013, the Commission may proceed to make a decision.
Nauru - 04 April 2013
The Commission has received an application [PDF: 627 KB] from Chapman Freeborn seeking an allocation of 32 tonnes of freight capacity on the Nauru route. Other applications for the capacity are invited.
The closing date for notice of intention to make an application is COB (i.e. 5pm) on 11 April 2013, with the application due by COB 18 April 2013. If no notice of intention is received by COB 11 April 2013, the Commission may proceed to make a decision.
- Submission received 15 April 2013: [PDF: 32 KB]
Chapman Freeborn has reviewed its requirements on this route and as a result has withdrawn this application.
Two applications have been received for freight capacity on the Nauru route, which in total exceed the total amount of capacity available for allocation. In accordance with Regulation 2B of the International Air Services Commission Regulations 1992, the Commission invites submissions about the applications. The closing date for notice of intention to make a submission is COB (i.e. 5pm) on 19 April 2013, with the submissions due by COB 26 April 2013.
In accordance with the Commission's procedures, all submissions will be placed on the Commission's website, including any submissions made in response to other submissions. The only exception is where the submitter satisfies the Commission that the submission contains confidential information which should not be published. Where the Commission accepts that a submission contains confidential information, the submitter must also provide a non-confidential version for publication. The existence and nature of the confidential information must be referred to in the non-confidential version, such that the non-confidential version addresses all of the substantive issues which the submitter wishes to bring to the notice of the Commission. The Commission reserves the right to reject confidential information if the requirements of this paragraph have not been complied with, and such information will be returned to the submitter.
On 20 May 2013 the Delegate of the Commission issued Determination  IASC 126 [PDF: 736 KB] allocating three services of freight capacity per week to Pacific Air Express as requested.