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(b) In accounting for and reporting 8 227.0 Applicability. financial and traffic data in accordance with Part 241 of this subchapter (the

This part applies to reduced rate Board's Economic Regulations):

transportation furnished to individually (1) Advertising received in accord

ticketed passengers traveling singly or

in groups in overseas or foreign air ance with a trade agreement shall be billed and recorded in the carrier's ex

transportation. pense accounts at the going market

(ER-346, 27 F.R. 466, Jan. 17, 1962] rate;

$ 227.1 Definitions. (2) Air transportation services provided in accordance with a trade agree

For the purpose of this part: ment shall be billed and recorded in the

(a) “Furloughed military personnel" carrier's accounts in accordance with its

means all military personnel of the published tariffs. Such amounts shall be

armed forces of the United States, which carried in the normal revenue account;

are: (1) On an active duty status, (2) and

stationed outside the continental United (3) Upon termination of a trade

States and traveling thereto or domiciled agreement, a reduction shall be made in one of its territories or possessions in the carrier's expense accounts to the

and traveling thereto, and (3) traveling extent, if any, that the value of adver

at their own expense while on official tising services received shall exceed the

furlough, leave, pass or other authorized value of transportation services per

absence from duty. formed in return therefor, unless such

(b) "Reduced rate transportation" balance is settled in cash, goods, or serv

means the carriage by a carrier subject ices of equivalent value.

to the provisions of this part of any fur

loughed military personnel or members $ 225.11

Value of air transportation. of the immediate family of military perFor the purposes of this part, the pub

sonnel on active duty status and stalished tariff rates applicable at the time

tioned outside the continental United air transportation is furnished pursuant States, for compensation specified in the to a trade agreement shall be used in applicable tariff of such a carrier relatdetermining the value thereof.

ing thereto, which compensation is less

than that specified in other tariffs of $ 225.12 Value of advertising goods and

the carrier which would otherwise be services.

applicable. For the purposes of this part, adver (c) "Open-jaw trip" shall mean travel I tising goods and services shall be valued which is essentially of a round-trip na

at the going market price at the time ture, but the outward point of departsuch goods or services are furnished. ure and inward point of arrival and/or NOTE: The reporting requirements con

outward point of arrival and inward tained herein have been approved by the

point of departure of which are not the Bureau of the Budget in accordance with same. the Federal Reports Act of 1942.

(d) “Immediate Family" means the

spouse and dependent children, living in PART 227-TARIFFS OF AIR CAR the same household, of a member of the

RIERS AND FOREIGN AIR CAR Armed Forces of the United States who RIERS: REDUCED RATES FOR FUR

is on active duty status and stationed

outside the continental United States. LOUGHED MILITARY PERSONNEL

(ER-208, 21 F.R. 265, Jan. 13, 1956, as AND IMMEDIATE FAMILIES OF

amended by ER-346, 27 F.R. 466, Jan. 17, MILITARY PERSONNEL 1

1962] Sec.

8 227.2 Conditions governing the fur. 227.0 Applicability.

nishing of reduced-rate transporta227.1 Definitions.

tion. 227.2 Conditions governing the furnishing of reduced-rate transportation.

Subject to compliance with the other 227.3 Tariffs to be filed.

provisions of this part and with the 227.4 Identification.

limitations imposed in an air carrier's AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 227

certificate of public convenience and issued under secs. 204, 403, 72 Stat. 743, 758; necessity, issued under section 401 of 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1373.

the Act; in the applicable regulation or

order of the Board authorizing an air 1 27 F.R. 466, Jan. 17, 1962.

carrier's operation; or in a foreign air

(Signed)

(Grade)

(Branch of Service)

(Service Number)

(b) Identification of members of the immediate family. No air carrier or foreign air carrier shall sell reduced-rate tickets or furnish reduced-rate transportation, pursuant to this part, to the immediate family of any member of the Armed Forces of the United States unless such member shall execute and have countersigned by his Commanding Officer and deliver to the representatives of the carrier at the time of sale a declaration of eligibility reading as follows:

I declare that I am a member of the United States Armed Forces on active duty status and stationed outside the continental United States and that I am purchasing a ticket or tickets for

who is (are) my spouse and dependent child (children) and who live(s) in my household for travel in foreign or overseas air transportation.

(Commanding officer)

(Signed)

carrier's foreign air carrier permit issued under section 402 of the Act, any air carrier or foreign air carrier may furnish reduced-rate transportation to:

(a) Furloughed military personnel traveling on through tickets calling for overseas or foreign air transportation.

(b) Members of the immediate family of furloughed military personnel traveling on through tickets calling for overseas or foreign air transportation: Provided, That such members are accompanied on the trip by such military personnel.

(c) Members of the immediate family of military personnel traveling on a oneway through ticket calling for overseas or foreign air transportation from an overseas or foreign point to the United States, its territories or possessions. (ER-346, 27 F.R. 466, Jan. 17, 1962) § 227.3 Tariffs to be filed.

No air carrier or foreign air carrier shall furnish any reduced-rate transportation pursuant to this part except in accordance with the terms of applicable individual or joint tariffs, on file with the Board. Each such tariff shall contain all classifications, rules, regulations, practices, and services in connection with such air transportation. (ER-208, 21 F.R. 265, Jan. 13, 1956) $ 227.4. Identification.

(a) No air carrier or foreign air carrier shall sell reduced-rate tickets or furnish reduced-rate transportation, pursuant to this part, to military personnel of the armed forces of the United States unless such personnel: (1) Have in their possession and display, both at the time of sale and at the time when transportation is furnished, their official identification card; (2) have in their possession and display, at the time when transportation is furnished, an authorized furlough, leave, pass or other document evidencing authorized absence from duty and (3) execute and deliver to the representatives of the carrier, at the time of sale, a declaration of eligibility reading as follows:

I declare that I am a member of the United States armed forces on active-duty status and I will be traveling to the United States (to my domicile in case of travel to a territory or possession of the United States) at my own expense while on furlough, leave, pass or other authorized absence from my activeduty station.

(Grade)

(Branch of service)

(Service number) (ER-208, 21 F.R. 265, Jan. 13, 1956, as amended by ER-346, 27 F.R. 466, Jan. 17. 1962)

PART 228-EMBARGOES ON

PROPERTY Sec. 228.1 Definitions. 228.2 Notice of embargo. 228.3 Contents of embargo notice. 228.4 Nature of public notice. 228.5 Notice of termination or modification

of embargo. 228.6 Rule of construction.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 228 issued under secs. 204, 404, 407, 72 Stat. 743, 760, 766; 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1374, 1377.

SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 228 contained in ER-239, 23 F.R. 8788, Nov. 13, 1958, unless otherwise noted. 8 228.1 Definitions.

"Embargo" means the refusal by an air carrier for a limited period, to accept for transportation over any route or segment thereof, and to or from any

§ 228.5 Notice of termination or modi.

fication of embargo. Except when the notice of embargo sets forth the specific date upon which the embargo will be lifted, a notice of the termination or modification of the embargo shall be posted, and copies thereof shall be sent to each connecting carrier and shall be filed with the Board in the same manner and to the same extent as the original notice of embargo. § 228.6 Rule of construction.

This part shall not be construed as relieving any air carrier of its duty to furnish authorized transportation service or to observe all requirements of the Civil Aeronautics Act of 1938, as amended, and the rules and regulations promulgated thereunder.

area, or point or connecting carrier, any commodity, type or class of property (other than passenger baggage) duly tendered. Refusal to accept property for transportation in accordance with restrictions and limitations in the tariff or the certificate of an air carrier shall not be deemed an embargo. § 228.2 Notice of embargo.

Whenever any certificated air carrier finds that it will be necessary for it to impose an embargo on the acceptance of any shipment, said air carrier shall give public notice thereof immediately except when such embargo is authorized by order of the Board. $ 228.3 Contents of embargo notice.

The contents of the notice of embargo required by $ 228.2 shall be legible and describe with particularity the property to be embargoed, specify the commodity or commodities, types or classes of property to which the embargo is applicable, and set forth the area, routes, or points affected, the date of its application and the duration if known, together with the reasons for the application of said embargo. If the embargo is applicable only to property transported on certain types of equipment, the equipment types and flights subject to such embargo shall be specified. In addition, the notice shall specify the date and hour that it was posted in accordance with $ 228.4. § 228.4 Nature of public notice.

The embargo notice required by this part shall be posted in a conspicuous and public place at each of the carrier's offices where property of the kind affected by the embargo can reasonably be expected to be received. Such notice shall be posted immediately and, unless circumstances beyond the control of the air carrier necessitate a later posting thereof, in no event less than 24 hours before the embargo becomes effective. Upon posting of said notice, one copy thereof shall be sent to each connecting carrier which may be affected by the embargo and two copies shall be mailed to the Tariffs Section of the Civil Aeronautics Board at Washington, D.C. When a notice is not posted 24 hours or more before an embargo takes effect, the air carrier shall attach to the copies mailed to the Board a brief explanation of the circumstances which necessitated the late posting of the notice.

PART 231-TRANSPORTATION OF

MAIL; MAIL SCHEDULES Sec. 231.1 Filing of general schedules. 231.2 Form of schedules. 231.3

Title page. 231.4 Schedule pages. 231.5 Additions and changes. 231.6 Number of copies; filing address. 231.7 Effect of filing.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this part 231 issued under secs. 204, 405, 72 Stat. 743, 760; 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1375. § 231.1 Filing of general schedules.

Each air carrier authorized to engage in air transportation shall file with the Board a statement, to be known as a “general schedule,” showing the points between which the air carrier is authorized to engage in air transportation, all schedules of aircraft which will be operated by the air carrier between such points on the date the general schedule is to become effective, the time of arrival and departure at each point, and the frequency of each schedule. Prior to the date it engages in any scheduled air transportation each such air carrier shall file a general schedule with the Board. (ER-449, 30 F.R. 14971, Dec. 3, 1965) 8 231.2 Form of schedules.

All general schedules and revised pages thereof shall be in loose-leaf form, with sheets 812 by 11 inches in size, and shall be printed, typewritten, planographed, stereotyped, mimeographed, or prepared by other similar durable process, in a clearly legible manner on durable paper in not less than 6-point type. One side

of each sheet shall have a left margin at least 1-inch wide, and the reverse side of each sheet shall be left blank. (ER-449, 30 F.R. 14972, Dec. 3, 1965] 8 231.3 Title page.

The first page of a general schedule shall be designated as a title page and include the following:

(a) Name of carrier,
(b) The general schedule number,
(c) A brief description of the contents,
(d) The date of issue,
(e) An effective date, and

(f) The issuing officer's name and address. (ER-146, 14 F.R. 3536, June 29, 1949] $ 231.4 Schedule pages.

(a) All pages following the title page shall be consecutively numbered and known as schedule pages. The name of the air carrier shall appear at the top of each schedule page, the page number in the upper right-hand corner, and the general schedule number in the upper left-hand corner. At the bottom of each schedule page shall appear its date of issue and effective date.

(b) Each schedule page shall indicate the route number, if any, and the terminal and intermediate points served by the schedules appearing on the page, shall show the time of arrival and departure of each schedule at such points, and the types of equipment operated on each schedule. Each schedule shall be assigned a trip or flight number. Each schedule shall contain an explanation of all symbols used thereon. [ER–146, 14 F.R. 3536, June 29, 1949) $ 231.5 Additions and changes.

(a) An additional schedule may be added to a general schedule either by filing a new schedule page or by revising an existing schedule page. A change in a schedule page to show the addition of a new schedule or to show a change in an existing schedule shall be effected by reproducing the entire page. Such changed schedule page shall be designated a revised page and shall cancel the former page; for example:

1st revised page 1, cancels original page 1.

(b) Any change in an existing schedule on which mail is being transported shall be filed with the Board at least 10 days prior to the effective date of such change: Provided, however, That any change in schedule, or the addition of a

new schedule, required by an order of the Postmaster General under section 405(b) of the act shall be filed with the Board by the air carrier on or before the effective date of such order: And provided further, That if the Board postpones the effective date of any such order pursuant to section 405(b) of the act, the air carrier shall revise its general schedule to conform to the action taken on such order by the Board and shall make such revision as promptly as possible, but not more than 10 days after the effective date of such order.

NOTE: For related provisions applicable to Alaskan Air Carriers, see $ 292.4 of this subchapter.

(c) Any change in a nonmail schedule, or the addition of a new nonmail schedule, shall be filed with the Board on or before the effective date thereof.

(d) Each filing made pursuant to this section shall be accompanied by a summary sheet of all additions and changes, furnishing under appropriate reference to schedule pages and flight numbers, all pertinent data concerning time, equipment, and service changes. The term “service changes” means such changes as inauguration of new service, stops added or deleted, nonstop service between points not previously receiving such service, new airports, service suspensions and frequency changes. Carriers may summarize time changes of 1 hour or less by stating, in applicable situations, in the summary sheet that, “the only time changes involved in flights Nos.

are minor time changes of 1 hour or less." It shall not be necessary to show in the summary sheet any time changes which are occasioned only by the beginning and ending of daylight saving time. Where any schedule addition or change of any kind involves interchange services and is subject to prior Board approval, the summary sheet shall plainly state that fact. Such statement shall not in any way relieve the carrier of its obligation to apply for and obtain prior Board approval for such schedule addition or change. (ER-146, 14 F.R. 3536, June 29, 1949, as amended by ER-449, 30 F.R. 14972, Dec. 3, 1965] § 231.6 Number of copies; filing address.

Each air carrier shall transmit to the Board three copies of each general schedule or revised page thereof, and three copies of the summary of additions and changes required by $ 231.5, accompanied

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by a letter of transmittal (in duplicate if a receipt is desired) listing the general schedule or revised pages and summary that are transmitted for filing. The letter of transmittal and listed enclosures shall be included in one package addressed to: Civil Aeronautics Board, Office of the Secre

tary, Washington, D.C., 20428. (ER-449, 30 F.R. 14972, Dec. 3, 1965) $ 231.7 Effect of filing.

The filing of a schedule, or a new or revised schedule page, with the Civil Aeronautics Board, shall not relieve an air carrier of requirements made by any other governmental instrumentality,

as to filing or reporting. (ER-146, 14 F.R. 3537, June 29, 1949]

upon to establish that the public convenience and necessity require that such order be amended, revised, suspended, or canceled by the Board. The execution, number of copies, and verification of a written application filed under this part, and the formal specifications of papers included in such application shall be in accordance with the requirements of the Rules of Practice relating to applications generally (see Part 302 of this chapter).

(b) If the application for a review is made by telegram, such telegram shall succinctly state the substance of the matters to be set forth in the written application, and shall be confirmed and followed by an application in writing. $ 232.3 Serving copies of application.

At the time a written or telegraphic application is filed under this part a copy thereof shall be served by personal service or registered mail upon the Postmaster General and upon the air carrier operating or ordered to operate the mail schedule in question. Each copy SO served shall be accompanied by a letter of transmittal stating that such service is being made pursuant to this section.

PART 232- TRANSPORTATION OF MAIL; REVIEW OF ORDERS

OF POSTMASTER GENERAL Sec. 232.1 Application for review. 232.2 Form and contents of application. 232.3 Serving copies of application.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 232 issued under secs. 204, 405, 72 Stat. 743, 760; 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1375.

SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 232 contained in ER-146, 14 F.R. 3537, June 29, 1949, unless otherwise noted. § 232.1 Application for review.

Any person who would be aggrieved by an order of the Postmaster General issued under and within the meaning of section 405(e) of the act may, within not more than 10 days after the issuance of such order, apply to the Board for a review thereof. An application filed hereunder shall be deemed to have been filed on the date on which it is actually received by the Board at its offices in Washington, D. C. § 232.2 Form and contents of applica

tion. (a) An application filed under this part may be made in writing or by telegram. An application in writing shall be conspicuously entitled Application for a Review of Order of the Postmaster General Issued under section 405 (e) of the Civil Aeronautics Act, shall specify the schedule affected and identify the order complained of, and shall specify the manner in which the applicant is or would be aggrieved by the order, the relief sought, and the facts relied

PART 233_TRANSPORTATION OF

MAIL: FREE TRAVEL FOR POSTAL

EMPLOYEES Sec. 233.1 Postal employees to be carried free 233.2 Credentials and requests for free

carriage. 233.3 Requests to be filed. 233.4 Issuance of credentials and trans

portation request forms by Post

Office Department. AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 233 issued under secs. 204, 405, 72 Stat. 743, 760; 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1375.

SOURCE: The provisions of this Part 233 contained in ER-213, 21 F.R. 8422, Nov. 3, 1956, unless otherwise noted. § 233.1 Postal employees to be carried

free. Every air carrier transporting the mails shall carry, on any flight that it operates and without charge therefor, the persons in charge of mails when on duty, and the following officers, agents and inspectors of the Post Office Department, when such persons are traveling on official business relating to the transportation of mail by aircraft and are duly accredited as provided in this part:

(a) The Postmaster General.

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