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part-time employees, both permanent or more per annum shall be entered in and temporary, who worked or received column 1; the annual compensation and pay for any part of the pay period(s) reimbursed expenses paid during the calending nearest the 15th of the final endar year to each officer, executive and month during the current quarter.

director, and the aggregate thereof for ER-369, 27 F.R. 12825, Dec. 28, 1962, as all such management personnel, shall be mended by ER-417, 29 F.R. 13533, Oct. 1, entered in columns 5, 6, and 7, respec1964; ER-423, 29 F.R. 14875, Nov. 3, 1964; tively; and the upper and lower limits SR-424, 30 F.R. 1191, Feb. 4, 1965)

in the range of compensation and exNOTE: The reporting requirements con penses paid to management personnel ained herein have been approved by the shall be separately stated in such colBureau of the Budget in accordance with

umns 5, 6 and 7. he Federal Reports Act of 1942.

(c) Management personnel shall inSection 36—General Corporate

clude all general supervisory and adminElements

istrative personnel not directly respon

sible for the in-flight operation of airchedule G-41Persons Holding More craft or engaged directly in the performThan 5 Per Centum of Respondent's ance of maintenance activities. ManCapital Stock or Capital

agement personnel, as distinguished (a) This schedule shall be filed by each

from elective officers and directors, for upplemental air carrier.

whom report is to be made shall include (b) This schedule shall reflect the

those who receive $20,000 or more comiame, address and number of shares of pensation for personal services during ach class of stock held by all persons

the previous calendar year and those initolding more than five (5) per centum tially employed during the current calf the issued and outstanding capital

endar year at an annual compensation tock or, in cases of unincorporated busi

rate of $20,000 or more. ess enterprises, more than five (5) per (d) Indirect compensation in column entum of the total invested capital of

6 shall include payments made by perhe reporting carrier as of the close of sons holding management contracts prohe year.

viding for management of, or services to, (c) Column 3, "Held for Own Ac

the air carrier or its associated cornount”, shall reflect by the word "yes" panies. r "no" whether or not the interest is (e) Expenses borne by the suppleeld for the account of the person named mental air carrier to be reported in col1 column 1. In cases where the an umn 7 shall include all reimbursements wer is "no" the name and address of to the persons listed in column 1, regardde persons for whose account the in less of whether for goods or services used srest is held shall be indicated by by the persons listed or by others; Jotnotes.

whether in the form of per diem or other

allowances, or reimbursement for specific chedule G-42—Compensation and Ex

expenditures; and whether for amounts penses of All General Officers and Di

reimbursed directly to the persons listed rectors and of Management Personnel

or, except for standby hotel or other faReceiving $20,000 or More per Annum

cilities maintained for the air carrier's for Personal Services

personnel generally, indirectly through (a) This schedule shall be filed by vendors who bill the air carrier directly. ich supplemental air carrier.

(f) Columns 8 through 11 shall re(b) The indicated data shall be re flect securities of the supplemental air orted individually for each elective cor carrier owned by officers, directors, or prate officer, executive and director. management personnel as at December he dates to be reported in column 3 31. Column 8 shall reflect the class of iall be the dates each such elective offi capital stock, bonds or other securities ?r, executive and director was first of the air carrier owned; columns 9 and ected to the office held at the date of 10, respectively, shall reflect the numle report. Reports shall be made in ag ber of shares of stock held in the name regate for all management personnel of, or for the account of, each general ceiving compensation for personal officer, and director, and all managervices of $20,000 or more per annum. ment personnel receiving $20,000 or he name of each elective officer, execu more per annum; and column 11 shall ve and director and the number of reflect the principal amount of bonds or anagement personnel receiving $20,000 other securities held in the name of, or

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for the account of, each general officer (1) The supplemental air carrier's and director and all management per exact name at the close of the year. sonnel receiving $20,000 or more per Also, indicate whether the supplemental annum for personal services.

air carrier is a corporation, partnership Schedule G-43—Compensation and Ex

or sole proprietorship. penses of Persons and Firms (Other (2) Date of incorporation or other Than Directors, Officers and Employ

organization. ees) Receiving $5,000 or More During

(3) State or other sovereign power unthe Calendar Year

der which incorporated or otherwise

organized. (a) This schedule shall be filed by

(4) Date of termination of charter, each supplemental air carrier. (b) The indicated data shall be re

(5) Date and place of annual meet

ings. ported for each person or firm, other

(6) A complete statement setting forth than directors, officers and employees of

dates of all consolidations, mergers, rethe supplemental air carrier, receiving

organizations, changes in name, etc., compensation or expense reimburse

occurring during the year. If, during ments of $5,000 or more during the cal

the year, an original charter of incorendar year.

poration or a modification of an existing (c) Compensation and expenses to be

charter was granted, furnish the name reported in this schedule shall include

of each Government, State or Territory, fees, retainers, gifts, commissions, con

and reference to each statute under tributions, allowance for expenses or any

which such grant was made. form of payments amounting in the ag

(7) With respect to any options outgregate to $5,000 or more during the

standing at the close of the fiscal year year. In addition to expense reimburse

to purchase securities of the air carrier ments paid directly to the recipients re

from the air carrier, the following in. flected in column 1, this schedule shall

formation shall be reported: include expenses incurred by the persons

(i) The amount, with the title of the or firms named in column 1 which have

issue, called for by such options. been paid directly to vendors by the sup

(ii) A brief outline of the prices, explemental air carrier. Expenses to be

piration dates, and other material con reported in this schedule shall encom

ditions on which such options may be pass payments, such as for legal, medi

exercised. cal, engineering, advertising, account

(iii) The name and address of each ing, statistical, educational, or charitable purposes but shall exclude pay

person holding such options calling for ments for services which both as to their

more than 5 percent of the total amount

subject to option, and the amount called nature and amount may reasonably be

for by the options of each person. regarded as ordinarily connected with

(iv) For each class of such options not the routine physical operation or maintenance of an air carrier such as pay

previously reported, state the considera

tion for the granting thereof. ments for rent of buildings or property, for heat, light, power, telegraph, and

(Interpret or apply secs. 401, 417, as amended,

72 Stat. 754, 76 Stat. 143-6; 49 U.S.C. 1371, telephone or payments to other carriers

1387; secs. 7, 9, 76 Stat. 146, 148; 49 U.S.C. for interchange of equipment or settle

1371 note) (ER-369, 27 F.R. 12826, Dec. 28, ment of interline traffic balances.

1962] (d) “Persons or firms" shall be con

NOTE: The reporting requirements con strued to mean individuals, partnerships,

tained herein have been approved by the corporations or other legal entities.

Bureau of the Budget in accordance with Schedule G-44Corporate and the Federal Reports Act of 1942.

Securities Data (a) This schedule shall be filed by PART 242-REPORTING RESULTS OF each supplemental air carrier.

SCHEDULED ALL-CARGO SERVICES (b) The information to be reported on

Sec. this schedule shall be prepared in ac

242.1 Applicability. cordance with the detailed instructions

242.2 CAB Form 242; filling requirements. set forth on the schedule, as follows:

242.3 Extension of filing time. (Corporations shall complete all of the 242.4 Statement of allocation procedures. following items; partnerships and sole 242.5 Certification. proprietorships are not required to re 242.6 Schedule B-Invested Capital-Sched port items 4, 5, and 7.)

uled All-Cargo Services.

Sec.

cember 31 reporting period. The report 242.7 Schedule P-Operating Statement shall be addressed to the Civil AeroScheduled All-Cargo Services.

nautics Board, attention of the Bureau 242.8 Schedule T-Aircraft Statistics

of Accounts and Statistics, Washington, Scheduled All-Cargo Services.

D.C. 20428. AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 242 issued under sec. 204 and 407, 72 Stat. 743,

(ER-430, 30 F.R. 2857, Mar. 5, 1965, as

amended by ER-468, 31 F.R. 9992, July 22, 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1377.

1966) SOURCE: The provisions of this part 242 are contained in ER-430, 30 F.R. 2857, Mar. 5,

§ 242.3 Extension of filing time, 1965, unless otherwise noted.

If circumstances prevent the filing of $ 242.1 Applicability.

a report within the prescribed time limit,

consideration will be given to the grant(a) This part applies to all route air carriers except local service air carriers,

ing of an extension upon receipt of a

written request therefor. Such a request helicopter air carriers, and exclusively intra-Alaskan or intra-Hawaiian air

must give good and sufficient reason to carriers. Upon its own initiative or upon

justify granting the extension, must set

forth the date when the report can be written carrier application, the Board

filed, and be submitted sufficiently in admay exempt any air carrier from compli

vance of the due date to permit proper ance with this part or waive any provi

time for consideration and communicasion thereof where it finds that unusual

tion to the air carrier of the action taken. circumstances justify such exemption or

Except in cases of emergency, no such waiver.

request will be entertained which is not (b) This part shall expire July 1, 1968,

received in sufficient time to enable the unless earlier rescinded by the Board.

Board to pass thereon before the pre$ 242.2 CAB Form 242; filing require scribed due date. If a request is denied, ments.

the air carrier remains subject to the (a) Each air carrier subject to this

filing requirements to the same extent part shall prepare and file in duplicate,

as if no request for extension of time had semi-annually, CAB Form 242 entitled

been made. “Report of Scheduled All-Cargo Serv 8 242.4 Statement of allocation proceices” as prescribed herein. The CAB Form 242 report consists of:

(a) Each air carrier shall submit with (1) Certification;

its initial report on CAB Form 242 a (2) Schedule B-Invested Capital

statement of the various allocation proScheduled All-Cargo Services;

cedures by which the investment in and (3) Schedule P-Operating State

operating results of scheduled all-cargo ment-Scheduled All-Cargo Services;

services are separated from those of other (4) Schedule T-Aircraft Statistics

services. The statement shall clearly Scheduled All-Cargo Services; and

and completely describe the bases used (5) A statement of the various allocation procedures by which the financial

in reporting each indicated balance

sheet classification on Schedule B-Inresults of scheduled all-cargo services

vested Capital, and each profit and loss are separated from results for other

classification on Schedule P-Operating services.

Statement. (b) Schedule B shall be prepared as

(b) Whenever allocation procedures of June 30 and December 31 of each year, and schedules P and T shall be prepared

are subsequently revised, a supplemen

tary statement shall be filled with the for the 12 months ending June 30 and

Form 242 report for the period in which December 31 of each year. The allocation statement shall be filed with the

such revisions are made, and shall clearly

and completely describe the procedures initial report, and with any subsequent

upon which such revised reports are report for a period in which the alloca

based. The effect of such change in protion procedures changed. Form 242 shall

cedures on the current report and reports be filed (postmarked) with the Board not

previously filed shall be clearly and commore than 45 days after the end of the

pletely described in the supplementary June 30 reporting period and not more

statement. than 95 days after the end of the De

§ 242.5 Certification. * CAB Form 242 may be obtained from the Publications

Section, Civil Aeronautics The certificate of the officer in charge Board, Washington, D.C., 20428.

of the carrier's accounts, executed in

dures.

duplicate, shall accompany each Form 242 filed with the Board. This certificate is the cover sheet of Form 242 and applies to all schedules and documents filed therewith.

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§ 242.6 Schedule B—Invested Capital

Scheduled All-Cargo Services. (a) This schedule shall be prepared as of June 30 and December 31 of each year.

(b) Separate sets of this schedule shall be filed for each separate operating entity of the air carrier as prescribed in Part 241 of this chapter.

(c) Data reported on this schedule shall conform with the instructions pertaining to balance sheet classifications within Part 241 of this chapter.

(d) Each indicated asset classification shall be allocated between scheduled allcargo and other services in accordance with procedures that are submitted with the initial report and with subsequent reports for periods in which procedures are changed, as required by $ 242.4. 242.7 Schedule P-Operating State

ment -Scheduled All-Cargo Services. (a) This schedule shall be prepared for the twelve months ending June 30 and December 31 of each year.

(b) Separate sets of this schedule shall be filed for each separate operating entity of the air carrier as prescribed in Part 241 of this chapter.

(c) Data reported on this schedule shall conform with the instructions pertaining to profit and loss classifications within Part 241 of this chapter.

(d) Each indicated classification of revenues, operating expenses, and income taxes shall be allocated between scheduled all-cargo and other services in accordance with procedures that are submitted with the initial report and with subsequent reports for periods in which procedures are changed, as required by § 242.4. 8 242.8 Schedule T-Aircraft Statis

tics—Scheduled All-Cargo Services. (a) This schedule shall be prepared for the twelve months ending June 30 and December 31 of each year.

(b) Separate sets of this schedule shall be filed for each separate operating

Subpart B-Financial, Operating, and Insurance

Reports by Freight Forwarders 244.10 General. 244.11 Report certification. 244.12 Balance sheet (Schedule B). 244.13 Statement of proat and loss (Sched

ule P). 244.14 Operating statistics (Schedule T-1). 244.15 Station data (Schedule T-2). 244.16 Traffic flow data (Schedule T-3). 244.17 General officers and directors, list of

stockholders (Schedule G-1). 244.18 Corporate and securities data, invest

ments in other companies (Schede

ule G-2). 244.19 Statement of insurance coverage

(Schedule I).

Subpart C—Annual Reports by Cooperative

Shippers Associations 244.20 Annual report.

Subpart D-Effective Date 244.30 Filing of reports.

AUTHORITY: The provisions of this Part 244 issued under secs. 204, 407, 72 Stat. 743; 49 U.S.C. 1324, 1377.

SOURCE: The provisions of this part 244 contained in ER-306, 25 F.R. 6263, July 2, 1960, unless otherwise noted.

Subpart A-General $ 244.1 Definitions.

For the purposes of this part:

"Air Freight Forwarding Operations" means the operations of the reporting forwarder conducted under its own air waybills (or other documents serving the same purpose)—and not its operations as an agent of a shipper or of a direct air carrier.

“Consolidation" means air freight, handled in the air freight forwarding operations of the forwarder, which is

tendered to a direct air carrier (or other freight forwarder in the case of joint loading) where the reporting forwarder is consignor and consignee.

"Cooperative Shippers Association" means any indirect air carrier classified and defined as such in Part 296 of this chapter.

“Domestic” shall apply to operations between or within any of the states of the United States and the District of Columbia.

"Freight Forwarder" means any indirect air carrier classified and defined as an "Air Freight Forwarder" in Part 296 of this chapter or as an “International Air Freight Forwarder" in Part 297 of this chapter.

"Overseas/Foreign" shall apply to all operations other than Doinestic; includeing but not limited to overseas opera- tions between a place in a State, or the

District of Columbia and any place in a territory or possession of the United States, or between a place in a territory or possession of the United States, and a place in any other territory or possession of the United States and foreign operations between a place in the United States and any place outside thereof.

"Originating Air Station" means any air station at which the reporting forwarder receives shipments as a freight forwarder by air and tenders them to direct air carriers at such station whether such activity is undertaken directly by the reporting forwarder or through an agent.

“Shipment” means (1) a single consignment of one or more pieces, from one shipper, at one time, at one address, receipted for in one lot, and moving on one air waybill to one consignee at one des

tination address (with respect to Schedule T-1, Item 9 and Schedule T-2) or (2) air freight which the reporting carrier does not handle in its air freight forwarding operations (with respect to Schedule T-1, Items 10–12). $ 244.2 Applicability.

(a) Every freight forwarder holding effective authority from the Board shall periodically prepare and file the financial, operating and insurance report entitled “Report of Air Freight Forwarders and International Air Freight Forwarders,” (CAB Form 244) as provided in this part whether or not such forwarder is actively engaged in air freight forwarding operations."

(b) Each cooperative shippers association shall annually file with the Board the financial and operating report, entitled "Annual Report of Cooperative Shippers Associations”, (CAB Form 244A) hereinafter described. Each such association shall file this report regardless of whether it is inactive during the report period and where items are not applicable the word "none" should be inserted. § 244.3 Extension of filing time.

If circumstances prevent the filing of a report within the prescribed time limit, consideration will be given to the granting of an extension upon receipt of a written request therefor. Such a request must give good and suficient reason to justify granting the extension, must set forth the date when the report can be filed, and be submitted suficiently in advance of the due date to permit proper time for consideration and communication to the indirect air carrier of the action taken. Except in cases of emergency no such request will be entertained which is not received in sufficient time to enable the Civil Aeronautics Board to pass thereon before the prescribed due date. If a request is denied, the indirect air carrier remains subject to the filing requirements to the same extent as if no request for extension of time had been made.

1 See § 244.30 for provisions respecting certain reports for the semiannual period ending June 30, 1960, and Statements of Insurance Coverage to be filed after June 30, 1960.

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