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Transportation Agreements

PandaTip: This section of the model protects you from liability in case of shipping delay for any of the reasons listed. It also protects your customer in case he is forced to violate this transport contract for reasons beyond his control. 27 (ii) comply with all applicable environmental laws applicable to air operations. Each airline compensates and compensates the Authority for any violation of environmental legislation by that airline and for any non-compliance with the authorizations issued by that airline or the authority (as far as air line is applicable) under these environmental laws, which are unscathed and which involve compensation, but are not limited to: enforcement measures to assess , correct, correct, sanitize, implement corrective measures or monitor environmental conditions and all financial penalties, costs, expenses or damages, including damage to natural resources, inflicted on the airline, its personnel, its guests, its suppliers or its service providers or the public authority for violation or not of that airline. (iii) cooperate with any investigation, verification or investigation conducted by the Authority or by a public or quasi-state authority regarding a possible violation by the airline of an airport environmental law, to the extent that this is applicable or potentially applicable to the airline. (iv) to provide the Authority, immediately after receipt, by the representative of the airline or flight agent, with a notification of this, non-compliance or other enforcement actions concerning the airport. b) rainwater. (i) Each airline complies with all seawater rules and rules that may apply to the airline and its use of authority property. (ii) Any authorization granted to the Rainwater Release Authority may be designated by this airline as a co-authorization authority.

Each airline works closely with the Authority to ensure compliance with the conditions applicable to rainwater discharges. Each airline takes the necessary steps to minimize the exposure of rainwater to the “important materials” produced, stored, processed or used by that airline, since this concept can be defined by applicable rainwater rules and regulations, by applying and maintaining “best practices” on how to define this term in applicable rainwater rules and regulations.