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March 12, 24, 1934.

Arrangement between the United States of America and Denmark

governing pilot licenses to operate civil aircraft. Effected by exchange of notes, signed March 14 and 24, 1934. Effective April 16, 1934.

The American Minister (Owen) to the Danish Minister for Foreign

Affairs (Munch)

No. 48
LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

Copenhagen, March 14, 1934.
EXCELLENCY:

Reference is made to the negotiations which have taken place be- Arrangement with tween the Government of the United States of America and the lot licenses to operate

civil aircraft. Government of Denmark for the conclusion of a reciprocal arrangement between the United States of America and Denmark providing for the issuance by the one country of licenses to nationals of the other country authorizing them to pilot civil aircraft.

It is my understanding that it has been agreed in the course of the negotiations, now terminated, that this arrangement shall be as follows:

ARTICLE 1 The present arrangement between the United States of America and Denmark relates to the issuance by each country of licenses to nationals of the other country for the piloting of civil aircraft. The term "civil aircraft” shall be understood to mean aircraft used for private, industrial, commercial or transport purposes.

ARTICLE 2 (a). The Department of Public Works of Denmark will issue pilots' licenses to American nationals upon a showing that they are qualified under the regulations of that Department covering the licensing of pilots.

(b) The Department of Commerce of the United States of America will issue pilots' licenses to Danish nationals upon a showing that they are qualified under the regulations of that Department covering the licensing of pilots.

ARTICLE 3 (a) Pilots' licenses issued by the Department of Commerce of the Únited States of America to Danish nationals shall entitle them to the same privileges as are granted by pilots' licenses issued to American nationals.

(b) Pilots' licenses issued by the Department of Public Works of Denmark to American nationals shall entitle them to the same privileges as are granted by pilots' licenses issued to Danish nationals.

ARTICLE 4 Pilots' licenses issued to nationals of the one country by the competent authority of the other country shall not be construed to accord to the licensees the right to register aircraft in such other country.

ARTICLE 5
Pilots' licenses issued to nationals of the one country by the
competent authority of the other country shall not be construed
to accord to the licensees the right to operate aircraft in air com-
merce wholly within territory of such other country reserved to
national aircraft, unless the aircraft have been registered under the
laws of the country issuing the pilots' licenses and the license is
valid for the operations in which the pilot is to engage.

ARTICLE 6
The present arrangement shall be subject to termination by either
Party upon sixty days' notice given to the other Party or by enact-
ment by either Party of legislation inconsistent therewith.

I shall be glad to have you inform me whether it is the understanding of your Government that the arrangement agreed to in the negotiations is as herein set forth. If so, it is suggested that the arrangement become effective on April 16, 1934.

Accept, Excellency, the renewed assurances of my highest consideration.

RUTH BRYAN OWEN.
His Excellency
Dr. P. MUNCH,
Royal Minister for Foreign Affairs,

Copenhagen.

The Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs (Munch) to the American

Minister (Owen)

UDENRIGSMINISTERIET.

Ø.P.I.-Journal Nr. 93.D.32.

mark.

COPENHAGEN, March 24, 1934. MADAM: Concurrence by Den- I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the note of the

14th instant in which you communicated to me the text of the reciprocal arrangement between Denmark and the United States of America providing for the issuance by the one country of licenses to nationals of the other country authorizing them to pilot civil aircraft, as understood by you to have been agreed to during the negotiations, now terminated, between the two countries.

The text which you have communicated to me is reproduced below:

ARTICLE 1. The present arrangement between the United States of America and Denmark relates to the issuance by each country of licenses to nationals of the other country for the piloting of civil aircraft. The term civil aircraft shall be understood to mean aircraft used for private, industrial, commercial or transport purposes.

ARTICLE 2. (a) The Department of Public Works of Denmark will issue pilots' licenses to American nationals upon a showing that they are qualified under the regulations of that Department covering the licensing of pilots.

(b) The Department of Commerce of the United States of America will issue pilots' licenses to Danish nationals upon a showing that they are qualified under the regulations of that Department covering the licensing of pilots.

ARTICLE 3.

(a) Pilots' licenses issued by the Department of Commerce of the United States of America to Danish nationals shall entitle them to the same privileges as are granted by pilots' licenses issued to American nationals.

(b) Pilots' licenses issued by the Department of Public Works of Denmark to American nationals shall entitle them to the same privileges as are granted by pilots' licenses issued to Danish nationals.

ARTICLE 4.

Pilots' licenses issued to nationals of the one country by the competent authority of the other country shall not be construed to accord to the licensees the right to register aircraft in such other country.

ARTICLE 5. Pilots' licenses issued to nationals of the one country by the competent authority of the other country shall not be construed to accord to the licensees the right to operate aircraft in air commerce wholly within territory of such other country reserved to national aircraft, unless the aircraft have been registered under the laws of the country issuing the pilots' licenses and the license is valid for the operations in which the pilot is to engage.

ARTICLE 6. The present arrangement shall be subject to termination by either Party upon sixty days' notice given to the other Party or by enactment by either Party of legislation inconsistent therewith.”

I am glad to assure you that the foregoing text is what has been accepted by my Government in the course of the negotiations and is approved by it.

In accordance with your suggestion it is understood that the arrangement will come into force on April 16, 1934.

I avail myself of this opportunity to renew to you, Madame, the assurance of my high consideration.

P. MUNCH Mrs. RUTH BRYAN OWEN,

Minister of the United States of America.

[No. 59]

March 12, 24, 1934. Arrangement between the United States of America and Denmark for

the reciprocal recognition of certificates of airworthiness for imported aircraft. Effected by exchange of notes, signed March 12 and 24, 1934; effective April 16, 1934.

The American Minister (Owen) to the Danish Minister for Foreign

Affairs (Munch)
No. 47
LEGATION OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,

Copenhagen, March 12, 1934.
EXCELLENCY :-
Arrangement with
Denmark for the re-

Reference is made to the negotiations which have taken place ciprocal recognition between the Government of the United States of America and the ness of imported air. Government of Denmark for the conclusion of a reciprocal arrange.

ment between the United States of America and Denmark providing for the acceptance by the one country of certificates of airworthiness for aircraft exported from the other country as merchandise.

It is my understanding that it has been agreed in the course of the negotiations, now terminated, that this arrangement shall be as follows:

ARTICLE 1 The present arrangement applies to civil aircraft constructed in continental United States of America, exclusive of Alaska, and exported to Denmark; and to civil aircraft constructed in Denmark and exported to continental United States of America, exclusive of Alaska.

ARTICLE 2 The same validity shall be conferred on certificates of airworthiness issued by the competent authorities of the Government of the United States in respect of aircraft subsequently registered in Denmark as if they had been issued under the regulations in force on the subject in Denmark provided that in each case a certificate of airworthiness for export has also been issued by the United States authorities in respect of the individual aircraft, and provided that certificates of airworthiness issued by the competent authorities of Denmark in respect of aircraft subsequently registered in the United States of America are similarly given the same validity as if they had been issued under the regulations in force on the subject in the United States.

ARTICLE 3
The above arrangement will extend to civil aircraft of all cate-
gories, including those used for public transport and those used for
private purposes.

ARTICLE 4
The present arrangement shall be subject to termination by either
Party upon sixty days' notice given to the other Party or by the
enactment of either Party of legislation inconsistent therewith.

I shall be glad to have you inform me whether it is the understanding of your Government that the arrangement agreed to in the negotiations is as herein set forth. If so, it is suggested that the arrangement become effective on April 16, 1934.

Accept, Excellency, the renewed assurances of my highest consideration.

RUTH BRYAN OWEN.
His Excellency
Dr. P. MUNCH,
Royal Minister for Foreign Affairs,

Copenhagen.

The Danish Minister for Foreign Affairs (Munch) to the American Agreement by Den

Minister (Owen)

UDENRIGSMINISTERIET.

Q.P.I. Journal Nr. 93.D.32.

COPENHAGEN, March 24, 1934. MADAM

I have the honor to acknowledge the receipt of the note of the 12th instant, in which you communicated to me the text of the reciprocal arrangement between Denmark and the United States of America providing for the acceptance by the one country of certificates of airworthiness for aircraft exported from the other country as merchandise, as understood by you to have been agreed to during the negotiations, now terminated, between the two countries. The text which you have communicated to me is reproduced below:

ARTICLE 1. The present arrangement applies to civil aircraft constructed in continental United States of America, exclusive of Alaska, and exported to Denmark; and to civil aircraft constructed in Denmark and exported to continental United States of America, exclusive of Alaska.

ARTICLE 2. The same validity shall be conferred on certificates of airworthiness issued by the competent authorities of the Government of the United States in respect of aircraft subsequently registered in Denmark as if they had been issued under the regulations in force on the subject in Denmark provided that in each case a certificate of airworthiness for export has also been issued by the United States authorities in respect of the individual aircraft, and provided that certificates of airworthiness issued by the competent authorities of Denmark in respect of aircraft subsequently registered in the United States of America are similarly given the same validity as if they had been issued under the regulations in force on the subject in the United States.

ARTICLE 3. The above arrangement will extend to civil aircraft of all categories, including those used for public transport and those used for privato purposes.

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