Air services made available to the public by air carriers operating under this agreement are closely linked to the public`s requirements for these services. 1. Upon the arrival of a contracting party on the territory, aircraft operated by the other party`s designated airlines, their regular equipment, ground equipment, fuel, lubricants, technical consumables, spare parts (including engines), aircraft warehouse (including, but not limited to, these foodstuffs, beverages and spirits, tobacco and other products sold in flight for passengers or used in limited quantities by passengers) , and other goods intended or used exclusively for the operation or maintenance of aircraft operating in international air transport are exempt, on the basis of reciprocity, from all import restrictions, property and capital taxes, customs duties, excise duties and similar taxes and charges that are levied by national authorities (a) and (b) on the basis of the costs of services provided; , provided that these equipment and provisions remain on board the aircraft. Each party grants the other party the rights necessary for the operation of air services by the designated airlines: rights of way, detention rights for unrestricted purposes and commercial boarding and departure for international passenger, freight and mail traffic in places located on its territory, designated on each of the routes indicated on the routes indicated in the corresponding paragraph of this agreement. 7. In the event that a designated airline of one of the contracting parties operates or operates authorized services on the agreed routes, it enters into cooperative marketing agreements, such as containment zones, code-sharing or leases with a) an airline or airline of one of the contracting parties; b) an airline or airline from a third country; and (c) a surface transport provider in a country; when all participants in these agreements (i) have the appropriate authority and (ii) meet the conditions that normally apply to these schemes. 1. These arrangements are amended by mutual agreement between the parties or 1. All disputes arising from this agreement, with the exception of those that may arise from Article 12, paragraph 3 (price fixing), which are not resolved by an initial round of formal consultations, may be referred, in accordance with the consent of the parties, to an individual or entity. If the parties do not consent, the dispute is adjudicated at the request of one of the parties, in accordance with the following procedures.
Article 15 Each contracting party may, at any time, denounce the other contracting party if it wishes to denounce this agreement. This notification is also forwarded to the International Civil Aviation Organization. If such a notification is issued, this agreement expires twelve months after the other party receives the notification, unless the notice period is revoked by mutual agreement before the expiry of that period. In the absence of an acknowledgement by the other party, the notification is deemed to be fourteen days after receiving the notification to the International Civil Aviation Organization. (C) Where, at any time, scheduled flights with one of the declared air services of one of the contracting parties are carried out in such a way as to end in the territory of the other party and not as part of a transit service beyond that area, that party has the right to designate the point of arrival of these scheduled flights on the route indicated on its territory. The latter party must give the other party less than six months if it decides to designate a new arrival point for such scheduled flights. (c) the traffic requirements of the area by which the airline sails after taking local and regional services into account.