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§ 216.5 14 CFR Ch.

II (1–1–00 Edition)

to this section shall constitute a privi- PART 217—REPORTING TRAFFIC
lege conferred upon a carrier, which STATISTICS BY FOREIGN AIR
may be enjoyed only to the extent that CARRIERS IN CIVILIAN SCHED-
its continued exercise remains in the ULED, CHARTER, AND NON-
interest of the public. Accordingly, any
SCHEDULED SERVICES
Special Authorization issued pursuant
to this section may be revoked, sus- Sec.
pended, amended or restricted without 217.1 Definitions.
hearing. 217.2 Applicability.
(Sec. 204(a) of the Federal Aviation Act of 217.3 Reporting requirements.
1958, as amended, 72 Stat. 743 (49 U.S.C. 1324); 217.4 Data collected (service classes).
Reorganization Plan No. 3 of 1961, 75 Stat. 217.5 Data collected (data elements).
837, 26 FR 5989 (49 U.S.C. 1324 (note))) 217.6 Extension of filing time.
217.7 Certification.
[ER–525, 33 FR 692, Jan. 19, 1968, as amended 217.8 Reporting procedures.
by ER–910, 40 FR 23844, June 3, 1975; ER–1060, 217.9 Waivers from reporting requirements.
43 FR 34117, Aug. 3, 1978] 217.10 Instructions.
217.11 Reporting compliance.
§ 216.5 Existing permits.
AUTHORITY: 49 U.S.C. 329 and chapters 401,
‘‘Foreign aircraft permits’’ issued by 413, 417.
the Board under the provisions of part SOURCE: 53 FR 46294, Nov. 16, 1988, unless
375 of the Board’s Special Regulations, otherwise noted.
authorizing the combined carriage of
blind sector traffic as defined in this § 217.1 Definitions.
part, shall continue in effect in accord- As used in this part:
ance with their terms until their expi- Foreign Air Carrier means a non-U.S.
ration date unless sooner terminated, air carrier holding a foreign air carrier
revoked or modified by the Board. Such permit or exemption authority from
permits shall, upon the effective date the Department of Transportation.
of this part, be deemed to constitute a Large Aircraft means an aircraft de-
Special Authorization issued pursuant signed to have a passenger capacity of
to § 216.4. more than 60 seats or a payload of
more the 18,000 pounds.
§ 216.6 Existing unauthorized oper- Small Aircraft means an aircraft that
ations. is not a large aircraft.
Notwithstanding the provisions of Statement of Authorization under this
§ 216.3, if within 30 days after the effec- part means a statement of authoriza-
tive date of this part a carrier files an tion from the Department, pursuant to
application for a Special Authorization 14 CFR part 207, 208, or 212, as appro-
to continue to perform existing blind priate, that permits joint service trans-
sector operations which have been reg- portation, such as blocked space agree-
ments, part-charters, code-sharing or
ularly performed by such carrier com-
wet-leases, between two direct air car-
mencing on a date prior to August 9,
riers holding underlying economic au-
1967, such carrier may continue to en- thority from the Department.
gage in such blind sector operations
until final decision by the Board on § 217.2 Applicability.
such application: Provided, That any
This part applies to foreign air car-
such application shall, in addition to riers that are authorized by the De-
the requirements of § 216.4(a), contain a partment to provide civilian passenger
statement that the carrier is relying and/or cargo scheduled, nonscheduled
upon this section for continuance of and charter services to or from the
preexisting blind sector operations, and United States, whether performed pur-
shall fully describe such operations in- suant to a permit or exemption author-
cluding the date inaugurated, and the ity. Operations conducted wholly with
frequency and continuity of perform- small aircraft are exempt from the re-
ance. quirements of this part. Where the
service operations involve both large

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Office of the Secretary, DOT § 217.5

and small aircraft, only the large air- (b) The statistical data to be reported
craft services must be reported. on Schedule T–100(f) are:
(1) Air carrier. The name and code of
§ 217.3 Reporting requirements. the air carrier reporting the data. The
(a) Each foreign air carrier shall file carrier code is assigned by DOT. The
BTS Form 41 Schedule T–100(f) ‘‘For- Office of Airline Information (OAI’S)
eign Air Carrier Traffic Data by Non- will confirm the assigned code upon re-
stop Segment and On-flight Market.’’ quest; OAI’s address is in the Appendix
All traffic statistics shall be compiled to § 217.10 of this part.
in terms of each flight stage as actu- (2) Reporting period date. The year and
ally performed. month to which the reported data are
(b) The traffic statistics reported on applicable.
Schedule T–100(f) shall be accumulated (3) Origin airport code. This code rep-
in accordance with the data elements resents the industry designator as de-
prescribed in § 217.5 of this part, and scribed in the Appendix to § 217.10 of
these data elements are patterned after
this part. A common private industry
those in section 19–5 of part 241 of this
source of these industry designator
chapter.
codes is the Official Airline Guides
(c) One set of Form 41 Schedule T–
(OAG). Where none exists, OAI will fur-
100(f) data shall be filed.
nish a code upon request. OAI’s address
(d) Schedule T–100(f) shall be sub-
is in the Appendix to § 217.10 of this
mitted to the Department within thir-
part.
ty (30) days following the end of each
reporting month. (4) Destination airport code. This rep-
(e) Schedule T–100(f) shall be filed resents the industry designator, from
with the Bureau of Transportation Sta- the source described in § 217.5(b)(3).
tistics at the address referenced in (5) Service class code. For scheduled
§ 217.10 and the Appendix to § 217.10 of and other services, the applicable serv-
this part. ice class prescribed in § 217.4 of this
part shall be reported.
[53 FR 46294, Nov. 16, 1988, as amended at 60
FR 66722, Dec. 26, 1995]
(6) Aircraft type code. This code rep-
resents the aircraft type, as specified
§ 217.4 Data collected (service classes). in the Appendix to § 217.10 of this part.
Where none exists, OAI will furnish a
(a) The statistical classifications are
code upon request.
designed to reflect the operating ele-
ments attributable to each distinctive (7) Revenue aircraft departures per-
class of service offered for scheduled, formed (Code 510). The number of rev-
nonscheduled and charter service. enue aircraft departures performed.
(b) The service classes that foreign (8) Revenue passengers transported
air carriers shall report on Schedule T– (Code 130). The total number of revenue
100(f) are: passengers on board over a flight stage,
(1) F Scheduled Passenger/Cargo including those already on the aircraft
(2) G Scheduled All-Cargo from previous flight stages. Includes
(3) L Nonscheduled Civilian Pas- both local and through passengers on
senger/Cargo Charter board the aircraft.
(4) P Nonscheduled Civilian All- (9) Revenue freight transported (kilo-
Cargo Charter grams) (Code 237). The volume, ex-
(5) Q Nonscheduled Services (Other pressed in kilograms, of revenue
than Charter). This service class is re- freight that is transported. As used in
served for special nonscheduled cargo this part, ‘‘Freight’’ means revenue
flights provided by a few foreign air cargo other than passengers or mail.
carriers under special authority grant- (10) Total revenue passengers in market
ed by the Department. (Code 110). The total number of revenue
passengers enplaned in a market,
§ 217.5 Data collected (data elements). boarding the aircraft for the first time.
(a) Within each of the service classi- While passengers may be transported
fications prescribed in § 217.4, data shall over several flight stages in a multi-
be reported in applicable traffic ele- segment market, this data element
ments. (code 110) is an unduplicated count of

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passengers originating within the mar- sure the validity and accuracy of the
ket. reported data.
(11) Total revenue freight in market [53 FR 46294, Nov. 16, 1988, as amended at 60
(kilograms) (Code 217). The amount of FR 66722, Dec. 26, 1995]
revenue freight cargo (kilograms) that
is enplaned in a market, loaded on the § 217.8 Reporting procedures.
aircraft for the first time. Reporting guidelines and procedures
(12) Available capacity-payload (Code for Schedule T–100(f) are prescribed in
270). The available capacity is collected the Appendix to § 217.10 of this part.
in kilograms. This figure shall reflect
the available load (see load, available § 217.9 Waivers from reporting re-
quirements.
in 14 CFR part 241 Section 03) or total
available capacity for passengers, mail (a) A waiver from any reporting re-
and freight applicable to the aircraft quirement contained in Schedule T–
with which each flight stage is per- 100(f) may be granted by the Depart-
formed. ment upon its own initiative, or upon
(13) Available seats (Code 310). The the submission of a written request of
number of seats available for sale. This the air carrier to the Director, Office of
Airline Information, when such a waiv-
figure reflects the actual number of
er is in the public interest.
seats available, excluding those
(b) Each request for waiver must
blocked for safety or operational rea-
demonstrate that: Existing peculiar-
sons. Report the total available seats ities or unusual circumstances warrant
in item 310. a departure from the prescribed proce-
[53 FR 46294, Nov. 16, 1988 and 53 FR 52404, dure or technique; a specifically de-
Dec. 28, 1988, as amended at 54 FR 7183, Feb. fined alternative procedure or tech-
17, 1989; 60 FR 66722, Dec. 26, 1995; 62 FR 6718, nique will result in substantially
Feb. 13, 1997] equivalent or more accurate portrayal
of the operations reported; and the ap-
§ 217.6 Extension of filing time. plication of such alternative procedure
(a) If circumstances prevent the fil- will not adversely affect the uni-
ing of a Schedule T–100(f) report on or formity in reporting applicable to all
before the due date prescribed in sec- air carriers.
tion 22 of part 241 of this chapter and [53 FR 46294, Nov. 16, 1988, as amended at 60
the Appendix to § 217.10 of this part, a FR 66722, Dec. 26, 1995]
request for an extension must be filed
with the Director, Office of Airline In- § 217.10 Instructions.
formation. (a) Foreign air carriers shall submit
(b) The extension request must be re- Form 41 Schedule T–100(f) on either
ceived at the address provided in floppy discs produced on micro-
§ 217.10 at least 3 days in advance of the computers or on other ADP media,
due date, and must set forth reasons to such as magnetic tape, or hardcopy re-
justify granting an extension, and the ports.
date when the report can be filed. If a (b) The detailed instructions for pre-
request is denied, the air carrier must paring Schedule T–100(f) are contained
submit the required report within 5 in the Appendix to this section. Blank
days of its receipt of the denial of ex- copies of Schedule T–100(f) are avail-
tension. able from the Office of Airline Informa-
tion, K–25, Room 4125, U.S. Department
[53 FR 46294, Nov. 16, 1988, as amended at 60 of Transportation, 400 Seventh St.,
FR 66722, Dec. 26, 1995] SW., Washington, DC 20590.
§ 217.7 Certification. APPENDIX TO SECTION 217.10 OF 14 CFR
The certification for BTS Form 41 PART 217—INSTRUCTIONS TO FOREIGN
AIR CARRIERS FOR REPORTING TRAF-
Schedule T–100(f) shall be signed by an
FIC DATA ON FORM 41 SCHEDULE T–
officer of the air carrier with the req-
100(F)
uisite authority over the collection of
data and preparation of reports to en- (a) General instructions.

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Office of the Secretary, DOT § 217.10
(1) Description. Form 41 Schedule T–100(f) market records A–B, A–C, A–D, B–C, B–D,
provides flight stage data covering both pas- and C–D.
senger/cargo and all cargo operations in (2) Guidelines for reporting a nonstop seg-
scheduled and nonscheduled services. The ment. A nonstop segment is reported when
schedule is used to report all flights which one or both points are in the United States
serve points in the United States or its terri- or its territories. These data shall be merged
tories as defined in this part. with that for all of the other reportable non-
(2) Applicability. Each foreign air carrier stop operations over the same segment. Non-
holding a 402 permit, or exemption author- stop segment data must be summarized by
ity, and operating aircraft with seating con- aircraft type, under paragraph (h)(1), and
figurations of more than sixty seats and/or class of service, paragraph (g)(1)(v).
available capacity (payload of passengers (3) Rules for determining a reportable on-
and cargo) of more than 18,000 pounds shall flight market. On-flight markets are report-
file Form 41 Schedule T–100(f). Reference to able when one or both points are within the
402 is to section 402 of the Federal Aviation U.S., with the following exceptions: (i) Do
Act of 1958, as amended (FAAct). not report third country to U.S. markets re-
(3) Address for filing reports: Office of Air- sulting from flight itineraries which serve a
line Information, K–25, Room 4125, U.S. De- third country prior to a homeland point in
partment of Transportation, 400 Seventh St., flights passing through the homeland bound
SW., Washington, DC 20590. for the U.S.; and (ii) do not report U.S. to
(4) Filing period. Form 41 Schedule T–100(f) third country markets resulting from
shall be filed monthly and is due at the De- itineraries serving third country points sub-
partment thirty (30) days following the end sequent to a homeland point in flights out-
of the reporting month to which the data are bound from the U.S. and passing through the
applicable. homeland. In reporting data pertaining to
(5) Number of copies. A single set of legible these two exceptions, the traffic moving to
Form 41 Schedule T–100(f) data and certifi- or from the U.S. relating to the applicable
cation shall be submitted. prior or subsequent third countries (referred
(6) Foreign air carrier certification. Each to as ‘‘behind’’ or ‘‘beyond’’ traffic) is to be
foreign air carrier shall submit a certifi- combined with the applicable foreign home-
cation statement (illustrated at the end of land gateway point, just as though the traf-
this Appendix) as an integral part of each fic were actually enplaned or deplaned at the
monthly Schedule T–100(f), as prescribed in homeland gateway, without disclosure of the
§ 217.5 of this part. actual prior or subsequent points. Applicable
(7) Alternative filing on Automatic Data flights are illustrated in examples (6) and (7)
Processing (ADP) media. Foreign air carriers under paragraph (c).
are encouraged to use ADP equipment to re-
(c) Examples of flights. Following are some
duce the manual effort of preparing Schedule
typical flight itineraries that show the re-
T–100(f). Foreign air carriers may use the
portable nonstop segment and on-flight mar-
floppy disk medium. ADP submission re-
ket entries. The carrier’s homeland is the
quirements for floppy discs are prescribed in
key factor in determining which on-flight
paragraph (f).
markets are reportable.
(b) Preparation of Form 41 Schedule T–
(1) SQ flight # 11 LAX—NRT—SIN. This is
100(f):
(1) Explanation of nonstop segments and an example of a flight with an intermediate
on-flight markets. There are two basic cat- foreign country. It is not necessary to report
egories of data, one pertaining to nonstop anything on the NRT—SIN leg.
segments and the other pertaining to on- SQ—Singapore Airlines
flight markets. For example, the routing (A– LAX—Los Angeles, USA
B–C–D) consists of three nonstop segment NRT—Tokyo-Narita, Japan
records A–B, B–C, and C–D, and six on-flight SIN—Singapore, Singapore

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type— Sum of all aircraft
port code (mark an X) types—
B–3— B–4—
B– B–2— C–1–
Rev- Rev- C–2—
1— Rev- Total
enue enue Total
Air- enue revenue
Origin Destina- pas- freight revenue
F G L P Q craft aircraft pas-
tion sengers trans- freight in
type depar- sengers
trans- ported market
code tures in mar-
ported (kg) (kg)
ket

LAX ..................................... NRT X .... .... .... .... 8161 12 2400 4800 400 500
LAX ..................................... SIN X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 2000 4300

(2) SQ flight #15 LAX— HNL— TPE— SIN. termediate third country, and a homeland
This is an example of two U.S. points, an in- point. Information is reportable on only the

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§ 217.10 14 CFR Ch. II (1–1–00 Edition)
on-flight markets and nonstop segments that LAX—Los Angeles, USA
consist of one or both U.S. points. HNL—Honolulu, USA
SQ—Singapore Airlines TPE—Taipei, Taiwan
SIN—Singapore, Singapore

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type— Sum of all aircraft
port code (Mark an x) types—
B–3— B–4—
B–2— C–1—
B– Rev- Rev- C–2—
Rev- Total
1— enue enue Total
enue revenue
Origin Destin- Acft. pas- freight revenue
F G L P Q aircraft pas-
ation type sengers trans- freight in
depar- sengers
code trans- ported market
tures in mar-
ported (kg) (kg)
ket

LAX ..................................... HNL X .... .... .... .... 8161 12 2700 5300 0 0
LAX ..................................... TPE X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 700 1300
LAX ..................................... SIN X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 2000 4000
HNL ..................................... TPE X .... .... .... .... 8161 12 2200 6800 1200 800
HNL ..................................... SIN X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 1000 6000

(3) LB flight # 902 LPB-VVI-MAO-CCS- also because in all cases where a nonstop
MIA. This flight serves two homeland points segment entry is required, a corresponding
and two different foreign countries before on-flight market entry must also be re-
terminating in the U.S. Nonstop segment in- ported.
formation is required only for the nonstop
LB—Lloyd Aero Boliviano
segment involving a U.S. point. On-flight
market information is required in 4 of the 10 LPB—La Paz, Bolivia
markets, LPB-MIA and VVI-MIA, since these VVI—Santa Cruz-Viru Viru, Bolivia
involve homeland and U.S. points; MAO-MIA MAO—Manaus, Brazil
is necessary to show traffic carried into the CCS—Caracas, Venezuela
U.S., and CCS-MIA for the same reason, and MIA—Miami, USA

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type— Sum of all aircraft
port code (mark an x) types—
B–3— B–4—
B–2— C–1—
B– Rev- Rev- C–2—
Rev- Total
1— enue enue Total
enue revenue
Origin Destina- Acft. pas- freight revenue
F G L P Q aircraft pas-
tion type sengers trans- freight in
depar- sengers
code trans- ported market
tures in mar-
ported (kg) (kg)
ket

CCS .................................... MIA X .... .... .... .... 8161 31 6900 71000 0 0
LPB ..................................... MIA X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 1100 20000
VVI ...................................... MIA X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 4000 30000
MAO .................................... MIA X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 1000 12000

(4) LY flight #005 TLV–AMS–ORD–LAX. LY—El Al Israel Airlines
This flight serves a single foreign inter- TLV—Tel Aviv, Israel
mediate point and two U.S. points after its AMS—Amsterdam, Netherlands
homeland origination. The information on ORD—Chicago, USA
the TLV–AMS leg is not reportable. LAX—Los Angeles, USA

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type— Sum of all aircraft
port code (mark an x) types—
B–3— B–4—
B–2— C–1—
B– Rev- Rev- C–2—
Rev- Total
1— enue enue Total
enue revenue
Origin Destina- Acft. pas- freight revenue
F G L P Q aircraft pas-
tion type sengers trans- freight in
depar- sengers
code trans- ported market
tures in mar-
ported (kg) (kg)
ket

AMS .................................... ORD X .... .... .... .... 8161 1 350 10000 50 1500
TLV ..................................... ORD X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 150 4000
TLV ..................................... LAX X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 125 3000
ORD .................................... LAX X .... .... .... .... 8161 1 150 4500 0 0
AMS .................................... LAX X .... .... .... .... ........ .............. .............. .............. 25 1500

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(5) QF flight #25 SYD—BNE—CNS—HNL— land to homeland markets, or the home-
YVR. This flight serves three homeland land—third country markets.
points, a U.S. point, and a subsequent third QF—Qantas Airways (Australia)
country. Nonstop segment information is re- SYD—Sydney, Australia
quired on the respective legs into and out of BNE—Brisbane, Australia
the United States. All on-flight market en- CNS—Cairns, Australia
tries involving the U.S. point HNL are also HNL—Honolulu, USA
required. Data are not required on the home- YVR—Vancouver, Canada

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type Sum of all aircraft
port code (mark an x) types
B–4—
B–2— B–3— C–1—
B– Rev- C–2—
Rev- Rev- Total
1— enue Total
enue enue revenue
Origin Destina- Acft. freight revenue
F G L P Q aircraft freight pas-
tion type trans- freight in
depar- trans- sengers
code ported market
tures ported in mar-
(kg) (kg)
ket

CNS .................................... HNL X 8161 5 2200 41000 400 8000
SYD ..................................... HNL X ........ .............. .............. .............. 600 10000
BNE ..................................... HNL X ........ .............. .............. .............. 600 9000
HNL ..................................... YVR X 8161 5 750 15700 150 1700

(6) JL flight #002 HKG—NRT—SFO. This passenger and cargo transported volumes of
flight originates in a third country prior to the NRT-SFO nonstop segment entry.
the homeland. No data is required on the JL—Japan Air Lines
HKG-NRT leg, but the HKG-SFO passengers
HKG—Hong Kong, Hong Kong
and cargo shall be shown as enplanements in
the NRT-SFO on-flight market entry. These NRT—Tokyo-Narita, Japan
volumes are included by definition in the SFO—San Francisco, USA

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type Sum of all aircraft
port code (mark an x) types
B–3— B–4—
B–2— C–1—
B– Rev- Rev- C–2—
Rev- Total
1— enue enue Total
enue revenue
Origin Destina- Acft. pas- freight revenue
F G L P Q aircraft pas-
tion type sengers trans- freight in
depar- sengers
code trans- ported market
tures in mar-
ported (kg) (kg)
ket

NRT ..................................... SFO X 8161 3 1200 18000 1200 18000

(7) JL flight # 001 SFO–NRT–HKG. This point, shall be included in the SFO–NRT
flight is the reverse sequence of flight # 002 entry; a separate SFO–HKG entry is not re-
above; it requires a nonstop segment entry quired.
covering SFO–NRT, and a single on-flight JL—Japan Air Lines
market entry also for SFO–NRT. In this SFO—San Francisco, USA
case, the on flight traffic enplaned at SFO NRT—Tokyo-Narita, Japan
and destined for HKG, a beyond homeland HKG—Hong Kong, Hong Kong

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type Sum of all aircraft
port code (mark an x) types
B–3— B–4—
B–2— C–1—
B– Rev- Rev- C–2—
Rev- Total
1— enue enue Total
enue revenue
Origin Destina- Acft. pas- freight revenue
F G L P Q aircraft pas-
tion type sengers trans- freight in
depar- sengers
code trans- ported market
tures in mar-
ported (kg) (kg)
ket

SFO ..................................... NRT X 8161 1 400 20000 400 20000

(8) BA flight # 5 LHR–ANC–NRT–OSA. This and a single U.S. point followed by two third
example contains a single homeland point country points. It is necessary to report the

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nonstop segments into and out of the U.S., BA—British Airways
and all three of the on-flight markets which LHR—London, England
have the U.S. point ANC as either an origin ANC—Anchorage, USA
or destination. NRT—Tokyo-Narita, Japan
OSA—Osaka, Japan

A–3—Airport code A–4—Air- A–5—Service class By aircraft type Sum of all aircraft types
port code (mark an x)
B–3— B–4— C–1—
B–2— C–2—
B– Rev- Rev- Total
Rev- Total
1— enue enue revenue
enue revenue
Origin Destina- Acft. pas- freight pas-
F G L P Q aircraft freight in
tion type sengers trans- sengers
depar- market
code trans- ported in mar-
tures (kg)
ported (kg) ket

LHR ..................................... ANC X 8161 10 3000 50000 100 1000
ANC .................................... NRT X 8161 10 3150 55000 100 2500
ANC .................................... OSA X ........ .............. .............. .............. 150 1500

(d) Provisions to reduce paperwork: some cases mainframe or minicomputers) to
(1) Nonstop Segment Entries. The flight report Schedule T–100(f) data.
stage data applicable to nonstop segment en- (i) Reporting medium. ADP data submis-
tries must be summarized to create totals by sion of T–100(f) information must be on IBM
aircraft equipment type, within service compatible floppy disk, including diskettes,
class, within pairs-of-points. floppy disks, or flexible disks. The particular
(2) On-flight Market Entries. The applica- type of acceptable minidisk is 51⁄4 inch, dou-
ble on-flight market entries shall be summa- ble-sided/double density, with a capacity of
rized to create totals by service class within approximately 360,000 characters of data
pair-of-points. (360K). Carriers using mainframe or
(e) Preparation of hard copy Schedule T– minicomputers shall download (transcribe)
100(f): the data to the required floppy disk. Carriers
(1) Section A—Indicative and flight pattern wishing to use a different ADP procedure
information. A copy of Schedule T–100(f) is
must obtain written approval to do so from
shown at the end of this Appendix. Section A
the Director, OAI, under the waiver provi-
defines the origin and destination points and
sions in § 217.9 of this part. Requests for ap-
the service class code to which the nonstop
proval to use alternate methods must dis-
segment data in Section B and the on-flight
market data in Section C are applicable. close the proposed data transmission meth-
Section A information, along with the car- odology.
rier code and report date, must be included (ii) File characteristics. OAI files are re-
on each schedule. ported in ASCII delimited format, sometimes
(2) Section B—Nonstop segment informa- called Data Interchange Format (DIF). This
tion. Section B of the schedule is used for re- form of recording data provides for variable
porting nonstop segment information by air- length fields (data elements) which, in the
craft type. To reduce the number of sched- case of alphabetic data, are enclosed by
ules reported, space is provided for including quotation marks (‘‘) and separated by a
data on multiple different aircraft types. comma (,); numeric data elements are re-
Similarly, the on-flight market section has corded without editing symbols and sepa-
been included on a single Schedule T–100(f), rated by a comma. The data is identified by
along with the nonstop segment data, rather its juxtaposition within a given record. Each
than on a separate schedule. record submitted by an air carrier shall con-
(3) Section C—On-flight market informa- tain the specified number of data elements
tion. Section C of the schedule is used for re- all of which must be juxtapositionally cor-
porting on-flight market data. There will al- rect.
ways be an on-flight market that cor- (iii) Schedule T–100(f) record layout. Each
responds to the nonstop segment. Because minidisk record shall consist of data fields
the on-flight market data are reported at the for recording a maximum of eleven (11) ele-
service class level rather than by aircraft ments. The order and description of the data
type, a specific flight may produce more on- fields are as follows:
flight markets than nonstop segments, (see (1). Carrier code: Alphanumeric
examples in paragraph (c) of this Appendix),
(2). Report date: Numeric
resulting in data reported in sections A and
(3). Origin airport: Alphabetic
C only.
(f) ADP media reports: (4). Destination airport: Alphabetic
(1) ADP report format. A foreign air car- (5). Service class code: Alphabetic
rier may, in accordance with the following (6). Aircraft type code: Numeric
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(8). Revenue passengers transported: Nu- (A) Fields numbered 1 through 11 must al-
meric ways be provided. Therefore, enter a zero (0)
(9). Revenue freight transported: Numeric or space when there is no reportable data for
(10). Total revenue passengers in market: Nu- a given element. See paragraph (g)(1)
meric through (g)(3) for a detailed definition of
(11). Total revenue freight in market: Nu- each data element.
meric (B) The following are sample disk records:

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11

Sample No. 1 .................................... ‘‘CCC’’ 8701 ‘‘JFK’’ ‘‘LHR’’ ‘‘F’’ 8161 29 59 69 79 89
Sample No. 2 .................................... ‘‘CCC’’ 8701 ‘‘JFK’’ ‘‘LHR’’ ‘‘F’’ 6901 299 599 0 0 0
Sample No. 3 .................................... ‘‘CCC’’ 8701 ‘‘JFK’’ ‘‘LHR’’ ‘‘G’’ 7102 299 0 599 0 799
Sample No. 4 .................................... ‘‘CCC’’ 8701 ‘‘JFK’’ ‘‘LHR’’ ‘‘F’’ 0 0 0 0 699 799

Sample No. 1 represents a full record, using (i) Line A–1 Carrier code. Use the carrier
the applicable fields for reporting both the code established by the Department. This
nonstop segment (6 through 9) and the on- code is provided to each carrier in the initial
flight market information (10 and 11). The reporting letter from the Office of Airline In-
service class is ‘‘F’’ indicating scheduled pas- formation (OAI). If there are any questions
senger/cargo service; the aircraft type code is about these codes, contact the OAI Data Ad-
8161; the 816 indicates a Boeing 747–100, and ministration Division at the address in para-
the 1 in the units position indicates the graph (a)(3) of this Appendix.
standard ‘‘passengers-above and cargo- (ii) Line A–2 Report date. This is the year
below’’ configuration. and month to which the data are applicable.
Sample No. 2 contains nonstop segment in- For example, 8901 indicates the year 1989,
formation only. It is needed in this example month of January.
to report the volumes transported on the (iii) Line A–3 Origin airport code. This is
same nonstop segment, but with a second the departure airport, where an aircraft be-
aircraft type. gins a flight segment, and where the pas-
Sample No. 3 contains nonstop segment sengers originate in an on-flight market. Use
and on-flight market information for the the 3-letter code from the City/Airport Codes
same points, but for another service class section of the Official Airline Guide Worldwide
(code letter ‘‘G’’ indicates all-cargo service). Edition. If no 3-letter code is available, OAI
Also, the units position of aircraft type is a will assign one; the address is in paragraph
2, indicating a cargo cabin. Field numbers 8 (a)(3) of this Appendix.
and 10 are for reporting passengers. In this (iv) Line A–4 Destination airport code.
case both contain a zero, indicating no pas- This is the arrival airport, where an aircraft
sengers, while at the same time maintaining stops on a flight segment, and where pas-
the required juxtaposition. sengers deplane (get off the flight) after
Sample No. 4 shows the reporting of only reaching their destination in a market. Use
on-flight market information for a pair-of- the 3-letter code from the source described in
points for which there is no corresponding paragraph (g)(1)(iii) of this Appendix.
nonstop segment information. (v) Line A–5 Service class code. Select one
(2) External labeling requirements: Phys- of the following single letter codes which de-
ical label. The following data must be clear- scribes the type of service being reported on
ly printed on a label affixed to the minidisk a given flight operation.
or its container. F = Scheduled Passenger/cargo Service
Carrier Name G = Scheduled All-cargo Service
L = Nonscheduled Civilian Passenger/Cargo
Carrier code (as prescribed by DOT, BTS,
Charter
OAI)
P = Nonscheduled Civilian All-Cargo Charter
File identification = ‘‘T–100(F) DATA’’ Q = Nonscheduled Services (Other than Char-
Report date (year, month to which data ap- ter)
plies)
(2) Nonstop segment information:
(3) Collating sequence, optional. If prac- (i) Line B–1 Aircraft type code. Use the
tical, the records should be sorted by origin four digit numeric code prescribed in para-
and destination airport codes, service class, graph (h)(1) of this Appendix. If no aircraft
and aircraft type. However, the sequence is type code is available, OAI will assign one.
optional. Data may be submitted in any se- The address is in paragraph (a)(3) of this Ap-
quence including random. pendix.
(4) Summarization. See summarization (ii) Line B–2 Aircraft departures per-
rules as specified in paragraph (d)(1). formed. This is the total number of physical
(g) Data element definitions: departures performed with a given aircraft
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(iii) Line B–3 Revenue passengers trans- Code-sharing agreements;
ported. This is the total number of revenue Wet-lease agreements, and similar ar-
passengers transported on a given nonstop rangements.
segment. It represents the total number of (2) Joint service operations shall be re-
revenue passengers on board over the seg- ported in Form 41 Schedules T–100 and T–
ment without regard to their actual point of 100(f) within the following guidelines: (i)
enplanement. Blocked space, part-charters and code-shar-
(iv) Line B–4 Revenue freight transported. ing arrangements shall be reported by the
This item is the total weight in kilograms carrier in operational control of the flight.
(kg) of the revenue freight transported on a The traffic moving under those agreements
given nonstop segment without regard to its is reported the same as any other traffic on
actual point of enplanement. board the aircraft. (ii) Wet lease agreements
(3) On-flight market information: shall be reported by the lessee as though the
(i) Line C–1 Total revenue passengers in leased aircraft and crew were a part of the
market. This item represents the total num- lessee’s own fleet. (iii) If there are questions
ber of revenue passengers, within service about reporting a joint service operation,
class, that were enplaned at the origin air- contact the Director, Office of Aviation In-
port and deplaned at the destination airport. formation Management at the address in
(ii) Line C–2 Total revenue freight in mar- paragraph (a)(3) of this Appendix. (iv) The
ket. This item represents the total weight in Department may require information per-
kilograms (kg) of revenue freight enplaned taining to joint service operations in addi-
at the origin and deplaned at the destination tion to that reported in Schedules T–100 and
airport. T–100(f) by U.S. and foreign air carriers. If
(h) [Reserved] additional information is needed, ad hoc re-
(i) Joint Service. porting will be used by the Director, Office of
(1) The Department may authorize joint Aviation Information Management (OAI),
service operations between two direct air under authority delegated in § 385.27 (b) and
carriers. Examples of these joint service op- (d) of this chapter. Ad hoc reporting require-
erations are: ments will be communicated to the applica-
Blocked-space agreements; ble carriers by letter.
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[53 FR 46294, Nov. 16, 1988, as amended at 54 FR 7183, Feb. 17, 1989; 60 FR 66722, Dec. 26, 1995]

§ 217.11 Reporting compliance. of $10,000 or imprisonment for not more
(a) Failure to file reports required by than 5 years, or both, to knowingly and
this part will subject an air carrier to willfully make, or cause to be made,
civil and criminal penalties prescribed any false or fraudulent statements or
in sections 901 and 902 of the Federal representations in any matter within
Aviation Act of 1958, as amended. the jurisdiction of any agency of the
(b) Title 18 U.S.C. 1001, Crimes and United States.
Criminal Procedure, makes it a crimi-
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