87G Scheduled international air service licence may be granted subject to conditions


The Minister, after giving consideration to the application in accordance with section 87F, may refuse it, or may grant it wholly or partly, and subject to such conditions as the Minister thinks fit.


The scheduled international air service licence shall be in such form as the Minister thinks fit.


Without prejudice to the generality of subsection (1), the Minister, in granting any scheduled international air service licence, may prescribe, in respect of the scheduled international air service,—


the countries or territories, or points within those countries or territories, that may be served and the route or routes that may be followed:


the maximum capacity that may be provided:


a date not later than which the service shall be commenced.

Section 87G: inserted, on 13 August 1996, by section 28 of the Civil Aviation Amendment Act 1996 (1996 No 91).