Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - September 21, 1972, Lethbridge, Alberta
THE LEIHBR1DGE HERALD Thursday, ScpHmtm 21, 1972 Airline companies on the carpet OTTAWA (CP) CP Air and two British charter carriers have been threatened with can- cellation of their Canadian charter licences for alleged breaches of charter flight regu- lations, The Canadian transport com- mission has given CP Air, Dan- Air and Donaldson Inter- national until Oct. 5 to explain violations detected by commis- sion inspectors who checked flights this summer. CP Air is on the carpet for two alleged incidents. The first concerned a Mon- treal-Amsterdam chartev- July 25 for the Camping Club Yver- clon. It was supposed to be re- turning a group of European visitors, but the commission found (hat 34 of the passengers were Canadian residents. The second was a July 20 Brussels-Montreal flight for the same European club. It was supposed to be bringing to Can- ada a planeload of Europeans who intended to fly home via New York. But the commission said that at least 50 passengers turned out to be Canadians re- turning from Europe. Dan-Air is being asked lo ex- plain a Vancouver-London char- ter for the Canadian Skibob As- sociation. The group flew to London July 19. When it re- turned to Vancouver Aug. 13 a commission inspector inter- viewed 48 passengers, 46, of whom had not been on the July 19 flight and were not eligible to be on the return leg. Donaldson International ob- tained authority to bring a Brit- ish group from London to Van- couver June 27 and return it July 28 with a technical stop at Toronto. But the commission says the return flight was actually up 52 people who had bought ticket vouchers from a New York agency and were issued Donaldson tickets at Toronto International Airport. None of the 52 had been members of the original June 27 group. After the inspector reported his findings to the airline, Don- aldson cancelled the Toronto- Lonrion flight. Canadian air regulations re- quire Hut charter passengers be qualified members of the chartering organization. In the case of a round-trip charter, the same passengers must be on the departing and returning flights. Last month the transport commission cancelled Canadian charter authority for Balair, a Swiss charter carrier, for viola- tions of the regulations. BIG SELLER Tex Lecor's single Le Frigi- dairc sold almost copies in Quebec and was chosen record of the week by Radio Luxembourg. Drinking blamed for six deaths EDMONTON (CP) A cor- oner's jury blamed "excessive consumption of alcohol" for a Mosquito war costs down EDMONTON (CP) The city's war on mosquitoes cost less than expected this year, despite suggestions last spring that the allotted was inadequate. W. J. Gunning, director of the maintenance division of the Ed- monton parks department, said cool weather in August provided an opportunity to save money. two-car collision near Alberta Beach July 1 which killed six persons. 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