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Cablegate: Faa Violation: Canada's Response

This record is a partial extract of the original cable. The full text of the original cable is not available.

UNCLAS OTTAWA 002069

SIPDIS

STATE FOR EB/TRA - D. ELLIOTT

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: EAIR CA
SUBJECT: FAA VIOLATION: CANADA'S RESPONSE

REF: FAA REF: AGL-7K 2003-GL-01-0096

1. We conveyed the information on the alleged violation of
FAA regulations by a Canadian, Mr. Glen Green (ref a), to
Transport Canada, which has provided the following response.
We will convey any additional information we receive.

2. Text of letter from Transport Canada:

Thank you for your letter of July 7, 2003, in which you
brought to our attention, Federal Aviation Administration
(FAA) case 2003GL010096, involving Mr. Glen Green, of
Edmonton, Alberta.

We also confirm receipt of the subject case file, containing
results of the FAA investigation into the alleged incident,
in which FAA regulations were contravened on board a
Northwest Airlines flight.

Transport Canada, Aviation Enforcement will carry out an
investigation into the alleged incident, and inform you of
the outcome.

For more information, please contact Jean-Francois Mathiew,
Chief, Aviation Enforcement at (613)990-1188.

Sincerely,

Franz Reinhardt
Director, Regulatory Services
Transport Canada
Civil Aviation

End letter.
CELLUCCI

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