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Cablegate: Icao Registry of U.S. Bilateral Aeronautical Agreements

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DE RUEHMT #0058 0641514
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R 041514Z MAR 08
FM AMCONSUL MONTREAL
TO RUEHC/SECSTATE WASHDC 0827
INFO RULSDMK/DOT WASHDC
RHMFIUU/FAA NATIONAL HQ WASHINGTON DC
RHEFHTA/TSA HQ WASHDC

UNCLAS MONTREAL 000058

SIPDIS

STATE FOR L/T/FRANK HOLLERAN
ALSO FOR IO/T/GLOVER AND LUFTIG, EEB/TRA, L/EB

SIPDIS

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: AORC ICAO EAIR KTIA XX
SUBJECT: ICAO Registry of U.S. BILATERAL AERONAUTICAL AGREEMENTS

1. U.S. Mission ICAO has received a February 20, 2008 letter
confirming registration by the International Civil Aviation
Organization (ICAO) of various United States' bilateral agreements.
The registrations include the following Air Services
Agreements(ASAs), amendments, and extensions.

--1989 Amended ASA - US/Germany
--1983 Memorandum of Consultations - US/Switzerland
--1984 Memorandum of Understanding - US/Switzerland
--1985 MOU Extension - US/Switzerland
--1992 Interim ASA - US/Germany
--1993 Amended ASA - US/Germany
--1991 MOU on ASA Extension - US/Spain
--1991 Amended ASA - US/Mexico
--1986 Extension of ASA - US/Hungary
--1990 Memorandum of Cooperation on Av Security - US/Israel
--1992 Amended ASA - US/Netherlands
--1991 Aviation Security Agreement - US/Bulgaria
--1988 Extension of Trans-Border Agreement for Air
Services - US/Canada
--1989 Amended ASA - US/Philippines
--1988 ASA - US/Australia

2. A copy of the ICAO letter of notification to the United States
which provides the ICAO registry numbers for each document has been
sent as PDF email to L/T Frank Holleran, EEB/TRA, and IO/T. All
the agreements are also available on ICAO's website www.icao.int at
the Database of Aeronautical Agreements and Arrangements link.

Bliss Marshall

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