Each agreement is negotiated on a case-by-case basis. This will allow us to assess the risks and benefits of each agreement in terms of Canada`s interests. The European Commission therefore recommends that the Council allow the Commission to enter into negotiations with Canada for a comprehensive agreement on air services. 4.7 In addition to unresolved legal issues, maintaining the status quo would deprive the EU-Canada market of the growth prospects seen in other examples of open air transport markets. Persistent negative effects of more restrictive bilateral agreements, including pricing, would limit the development of a number of airlines, creating distortions within the EU internal market. The EU-Canada market could even suffer real losses, as other markets encourage liberalization in order to exploit the structure of the international aviation network. Advanced speeches or educators that are not open skies agreements do not necessarily limit airline plans. In most cases, they have sufficient rights to allow airlines to launch new services without having to renegotiate or amend the agreement. Canada will continue to negotiate new and comprehensive agreements to advance the interests of Canadian consumers as well as our trade and tourism sectors.
Due to the dynamism of the airline industry and the diversity of requirements of governments and airlines, aviation relations agreements and agreements are constantly in a state of change and development. Technical regulations on airworthiness recognition and environmental authorisation of civil aviation products as part of the bilateral agreement to promote aviation safety between Traffic Monitoring Canada and the Israel Civil Aviation Authority Bilateral Air Services Agreements between EU Member States and Canada 1.4 The Commission therefore recommends that the Commission authorize the Commission , on behalf of the European Community, to conclude a comprehensive open airspace agreement with Canada. This would combine market opening with a parallel process of regulatory cooperation and convergence, particularly in priority areas such as safety, safety, environmental protection, passenger protection and the application of competition rules that ensure a level playing field. The program allows the Canadian Transportation Authority to authorize any foreign air carrier to use these airports to transfer international air cargo, even if these carriers are not authorized to provide points in Canada or abroad and the fees are not included in Canada`s air travel agreements.