AGREED MINUTES ON MATTERS RELATED TO THE AIR SERVICES BETWEEN TAIPEI ECONOMIC AND TRADE OFFICE AND INDONSIAN CHAMBER OF COMMERCE TO TAIPEI (A.D.1990.12.7)-1

1.Being duly authorized, the delegation led by Mr. Tzen Wen-Hua, representative of Taipei Economic and Trade Office (formerly the Chinese Chamber of Commerce to Jakarta) and the delegation led by Mr. E. A. Tamara, chairman of the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce to Taipei met in Taipei on 6th and 7th December, 1990 for discussions on matters related to the air services between the two countries.2.The list of both delegations appears in Attachment A of this Agreed Minutes.3.The meeting was held in a friendly and cordial atmosphere.4.During the discussions both delegations agreed to the followi- ng: a.AIRLINE DESIGNATION Both delegations agreed to designate one or more airlines to provide the air services between the two countries. The Art- icle 2 of the Air Services Agreement signed in Taipei on 17 November 1988 shall be replaced by the new version as Attac- hment B of this Agreed Minutes. b.NEWANNEX The Annex to the Air Services Agreement signed in Taipei on 17 November 1988 and the subsequent Annex as amended on Nov- ember 3rd, 1989 shall be replaced by the new Annex as Attac- hment C of this Agreed Minutes. c.DENPASAR OPERATIONS In response to the request from Taipei Economic and Trade O- ffice’s delegation to include Denpasar as entitled operating point for the airlines designated by Taipei Economic and Tr- ade Office, the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce to Taipei’s delegation reiterated that this issue should be in line with its current aviation policy that any foreign airline wishing to operate to/from Denpasar is subject to commercial agreem- ent with the airlines designated by the Indonesian, Chamber of Commerce to Taipei. d.CARGO OPERATIONS Both delegations, after studying the cargo potential between the two countries, have agreed to request the airlines esig- nated by both Parties to study more in details about the po- ssibilities of cargo scheduled services in the future. e.WEEKLY FREQUENCIES While the weekly frequencies with effect from the Summer Sc- hedule 1991 is stipulated as six frequencies per week, Taip- ei Economic and Trade Office’s delegation proposed to incre- ase to eight frequencies per week. The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce to Taipei’s delegation agreed to discuss the addit- ional two frequencies in the next consultations.5.The next consultations will be held in mid April 1991 in Indo- nesia. [Signecil Tzen Wen–Hua Representative Taipei Economic and Trade Office [Signed] E.A. Tamara Chairman The Indonesian Cham- ber of Commerce to Taipei ATTACHMENT A–iCHIEF DELEGATE1.MR. TZEN WEN-HUA Representative Taipe Economic and Trade Office MEMBERS OF DELEGATION2.MR. JACK Y. T. SHEN Director, Planning, Legal & International Affairs Division Ci- vil Aeronautics Administration3.MR. MARK S. B. CHENG Deputy Director Department of East Asian and Pacific Affairs Ministry of Fore- ign Affairs4.MR. LIN SHINN-DER Technidal Specialist Aviation Section Navigation & Aviation D- epartment Ministry of Communications5.MR. HOU CHIEN-WEN Chief, International Affairs Branch, PLIA Division Civil Aero- nautics Administration6.MR. YENG HSLAO-MING Manager, Industry Affairs Marketing and Planning Division Chi- na Airlines7.MR. SU HORNG-YIH Deputy Senior Vice President Project Division EVA Airways Corp .8.MR. CHEN HSING-TE Deputy Manager, International Affairs Department Project Divi- sion EVA Airways Corp.ATTACHMENT A-2CHIEF DELEGATE1.MR. E. A. TAMARA Chairman, Indonesian Chamber of Commerce to Taipei MEMBERS OF DELEGATION2.MR.CAHYOADI Director of Air Transport Directorate General of Air Communicatios3.MR. EDWARD A. SILOOY Head for Air Service Agreement Dire ctorate General of Air Communications4.MR. H. BUDHIMAN Regional Director, Asia Garuda Indonesia5.MR. IMAN SUTORO Regional Director, Asia Garuda IndonesiaATTACHMENT BARTICLE 2DESIGNATION AND AUTHOIRIZATION 1.Each Party may designate in writing one or more airlines to c- onduct transportation in accordance with the Agreement and may withdraw or alter such designations.2.Each Party may revoke, suspend or limit the operating authori- zations or technical permissions of the airlines designated by the other Party, or to impose such conditions as it may deem necessary on the exercise of these rights:(a) in any case where it is not satisfied that substantial owne- rship and effective control of that airline are vested in t- he Party designating the airline or in nationals of such co- untry, or(b) in the case of failure by that airline to comply with the l- aws or regulations of the countiy granting these rights, or(c) in case the airline otherwise fails to Agreement.3.Unless immediate rebocatian, suspension or imposition of the conditions mentioned in Paragraph 2 of this Article is essent- ial to prevent further infringements of laws or regulations, such rights shall be exercised only after consultations With the other Party. In such a case, consultations shall begin wi- thin a period of sixty (60) days from the date of the request made by either Party for consultations.ATTACHMENT C–lANNEX To the Air Services Agreement between the Chinese Chamber of Co-mmerce to Jakarta and The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce to Tai-pei signed on November 17, 1988.Section 1A.Taipei Economic and Trade Office designated CHINA AIRLINES and EVA AIRWAYS CORPORATION to operate the agreed services as men- tioned in Section 2.A of this Annex.B.The Indonesian Chamber of Commerce to Taipei designated GARUDA INDONESIA to operate the agreed services as mentioned in Sect- ion 2.B of this Annex.Section 2Airlines designated to perform the air transportation specifiedin this Annex, shall be entitled to perform air transportationbetween points on the following routes :A.Route for the airlines designated by Taipei Economic and Trade Office: Points in the Republic of China, Hong Kong, Manila, Bangkok, Kuala Lumpur, Singapore to Jakarta and beyond one point to be named at a later date and rice verse.B.Route for the airlines designated by the Indonesian Chamber of Commerce to Taipei: Points in Indonesia, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Manila, Hong Kong to Taipei and beyond to Tokyo or Seoul and vice ver- se.ATTACHMENT C–2The designated airlines of either Party may, on any or all flig-hts, omit any point or points on the route specified above prov-ided that the point of origin or destination is in the territoryof that Party.Section 31.The designated airlines of either Party may operate up to 6 f- requencies weekly on the route specified above according to t- he following schedule With effect from Winter Schedule 1990 — 4 frequencies With effect from Summer Schedule 1991 — 6 freq- uencies2.The equipment used by the designated airlines of either Party shall be limited to DC10 / A300 / B747SP / B767 / MD11 aircra- ft. Any increase of capacity and change to bigger aircraft sh- all be subject to the approval of the civil aviation authorit- ies of both countries.3.Fifth freedom traffic rights to beyond point shall be limited to two frequencies per week.Section 4Whenever the designated airlines of either Party wishes to usepoints other than Taipei and Jaarta as origin and / or destinat-ion, it shall be subject to the commercial agreement concludedbetween both designated airlines and the approval of the civilaviation authorities of both countries.

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