1971 Multilateral Agreement on Commercial Rights of Non-Scheduled Air Services among the Association of South East Asian Nations
|CIL Subject Classification|
|Date of Adoption||13/03/1971|
|Place of Adoption||Manila, the Philippines, 4th ASEAN Ministerial Meeting (ASEAN Foreign Ministers Meeting/AMM)|
|Issued/Adopted by||Foreign Ministers of ASEAN|
|Dispute settlement provisions||
“If any dispute arises between Member States relating to the interpretation or application of the present Agreement, they shall, in the first place, endeavor to settle it by negotiation between themselves.
If they fail to reach a settlement they may agree to refer the dispute for decision firstly, to the Permanent Committee on Civil Air Transportation, secondly, to the ASEAN Standing Committee and lastly, to the ASEAN Ministers whose decisions shall be final.
The Member States of ASEAN undertake to comply with the final decision given under paragraph 2 of this Article.
If any Member State of ASEAN fails to comply with the decision given under paragraph 2 of this Article, the other Member States may limit, withhold or revoke any rights granted to it by virtue of the present Agreement.”
Also a covered agreement in Appendix I of the 1996 Protocol on Dispute Settlement Mechanism (superseded). However, this instrument was not included in the coverage list of the 2004 Protocol on the Enhanced Dispute Settlement Mechanism.
Department of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia
Annex to the Agreement (Designated airports for the taking on or discharging third or fourth freedom traffic)
|Entry Into Force Status||In Question|
Status Information Not Available
|Entry into Force / Termination Provisions||
(Entry into Force)
“As soon as more than two of the signatory States have deposited their instruments of ratification of this Agreement, it shall enter into force among them, three months after the date of the deposit of the third instrument of ratification. It shall enter into force for each State which deposits its instrument of ratification three months after the deposit of such instrument of ratification.”
“Any Member State of ASEAN may denounce this Agreement by written notification of denunciation to the Permanent Committee in Civil Air Transportation of ASEAN who shall notify the other Member States of the denunciation.
Denunciation shall take effect one year after receipt by the Permanent Committee on Civil Air Transportation of the notification of the denunciation.”
Ratification information not available. Accession information compiled by CILas of 16/04/2019)
Air-Service Protocols of the 1995 ASEAN Framework Agreement on Services
Brunei Darussalam acceded to this Agreement pursuant to the 1984 Declaration of the Admission of Brunei Darussalam into ASEAN.
Vietnam acceded to this Agreement pursuant to the 1995 Declaration of the Admission of the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam into the Association of Southeast Asian Nations.
Lao PDR acceded to this Agreement pursuant to the 1997 Second Protocol for the Accession of the Lao People’s Democratic Republic to ASEAN Agreements.
Myanmar acceded to this Agreement pursuant to the 1997 Second Protocol for the Accession of the Union of Myanmar to ASEAN Agreements.
Cambodia acceded to this Agreement pursuant to the 1999 Protocol for the Accession of the Kingdom of Cambodia to ASEAN Agreements.