notified to ICAO. Compliance Checklist (CC) / Electronic Filing of Differences (EFOD). Report on entire Annex. SEVENTH EDITION OF PART III. Date of issue Date entered Entered by 1–15 Incorporated in this edition 16 15/12/11 – ICAO 17 15/11/12 – ICAO; 5. ANNEX 6 — PART III (v). 1 icao annex 6 part 1 international commercial air - icao annex 6 part 1 international commercial air transport - aeroplanes operational procedures
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Report to the Assembly any infraction of this Convention where a contracting State has failed to take appropriate action within a reasonable time after notice of the infraction; icao annex 6 part iii.
Adopt, in accordance with the provisions of Chapter VI of this Convention, international standards and recommended practices; for convenience, icao annex 6 part iii them as Annexes to this Convention; and notify all contracting States of the action taken; m.
Consider recommendations of the Air Navigation Commission for amendment of the Annexes and take action in accordance with the provisions of Chapter XX; n.
Consider any matter relating to the Convention which any contracting State refers to it. Article 55 The Council may: Where appropriate and as experience may show to be desirable, create subordinate air transport commissions on a regional or other basis and define groups of states or airlines with or through which it may deal to facilitate the carrying out of the aims of this Convention; b.
Delegate to the Air Navigation Commission duties additional to those set forth in the Convention and revoke or modify such delegations of authority at any time; c. Conduct research into all aspects of air transport and air navigation which are of international importance, communicate the results of its research to the contracting States, and facilitate the exchange of information between contracting States on air transport and air navigation matters; d.
Study any matters affecting the organization and operation of international air transport, including the international ownership and operation of international air services on trunk routes, and submit to the Assembly plans in relation thereto; e.
Investigate, at the request of any contracting State, any situation which may appear to present avoidable obstacles to the development of international air navigation; and, after such investigation, issue such reports as may appear to it desirable.
These persons shall have suitable qualifications and experience in the science and practice of aeronautics. The Council shall request all contracting States to submit nominations.
ICAO Annex 6 Part III
Article 57 The Air Navigation Commission shall: Consider, and recommend to the Council for adoption, modifications of the Annexes to this Convention; b.
Establish technical subcommissions on which any contracting State may be represented, if it so desires; c. Advise the Council concerning the collection and communication to the contracting States of all information which it considers necessary and useful for the advancement of air navigation.
Chapter XI - Personnel Article 58 Appointment of personnel Subject to any rules laid down by the Assembly and to the provisions of this Convention, the Council shall determine the method of appointment and of termination of appointment, the training, and the salaries, allowances, and conditions of service of the Secretary General and other personnel of icao annex 6 part iii Organization, and may employ or make use of icao annex 6 part iii services of nationals of any contracting State.
Compliance with ICAO Annex 6
Article 59 International character of personnel The President of the Council, the Secretary General, and other personnel shall not seek or receive instructions in regard to the discharge of their responsibilities from any authority external to the Organization. Each contracting State undertakes fully to respect the international character of the responsibilities of the personnel and not to seek icao annex 6 part iii influence any of its nationals in the discharge of their responsibilities.
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Article 60 Immunities and privileges of personnel Each contracting State undertakes, so far as possible under its constitutional icao annex 6 part iii, to accord to the President of the Council, the Secretary General, and the icao annex 6 part iii personnel of the Organization, the immunities and privileges which are accorded to corresponding personnel of other public international organizations.
If a general international agreement on the immunities and privileges of international civil servants is arrived at, the immunities and privileges accorded to the President, the Secretary General, and the other personnel of the Organization shall be the immunities and privileges accorded under that general international agreement.
Chapter XII - Finance Article 61 Budget and apportionment of expenses The Council shall submit to the Assembly annual budgets, annual statements of accounts and estimates of all receipts and expenditures.
Annex 6 Part III Notice
The Assembly shall vote the budgets with whatever modification icao annex 6 part iii sees fit to prescribe, and, with the exception of assessments under Chapter XV to Icao annex 6 part iii consenting thereto, shall apportion the expenses of the Organization among the contracting States on the basis which it shall from time to time determine.
Article 62 Suspension of voting power The Assembly may suspend the voting power in the Assembly and in the Council of any contracting State that fails to discharge within a reasonable period its financial obligations to the Organization.
Article 63 Expenses of delegations and other representatives Each contracting State shall bear the expenses of its own delegation to the Assembly and the remuneration, travel, and other expenses of any person whom it appoints to serve on the Council, and of its nominees or representatives on any subsidiary committees or commissions of the Organization.
Chapter XIII - Other international arrangements Article 64 Security arrangements The Organization may, with respect to air matters within its competence directly affecting world security, by vote of the Assembly enter into appropriate arrangements with any general organization set up by the nations of the world to preserve peace.
Article 65 Arrangements with other international bodies The Council, on behalf of the Organization, may enter into agreements with other international bodies for the maintenance of common services and for common arrangements concerning personnel and, with the approval of the Assembly, may enter into such other arrangements as may facilitate the work of the Organization.
Icao annex 6 part iii 66 Functions relating to other agreements a. The Organization shall also carry out the functions placed upon it by the International Air Services Transit Agreement and by the International Air Transport Agreement drawn up at Chicago on December 7,in accordance with the terms and conditions therein set forth.
Members of the Assembly and the Council who have not accepted the Icao annex 6 part iii Air Services Transit Agreement of the Icao annex 6 part iii Air Transport Agreement drawn up at Chicago on December 7, shall not have the right to vote on any questions referred to the Assembly or Council under the provisions of the relevant Agreement.
Part III - International air transport Chapter XIV - Information and reports Article 67 File reports with Council Each contracting State undertakes that its international airlines shall, in accordance with requirements laid down by the Council, file with the Council traffic reports, cost statistics and financial statements showing among other things all receipts and the sources thereof.
Chapter XV - Airports and other air navigation facilities Article 68 Designation of routes and airports Each contracting State may, subject to the provisions of this Convention, designate the route to be followed within its territory by any international air service and the airports which any such service may use.