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21. The Authority shall not grant, refuse to grant, revoke, suspend or vary any air transport licence authorising flights to, from or within—
(a)the Channel Islands, without consulting such person or persons in Jersey, Guernsey and Alderney as from time to time may be notified by respectively the Bailiff of Jersey, the Bailiff of Guernsey and the President of the States of Alderney to the Secretary of State for the Home Department for the receipt of communications relating to air transport licensing applications;
(b)the Isle of Man, without consulting the Isle of Man Department of Highways, Ports and Properties; or
(c)Gibraltar, without consulting the Secretary of State;
and subject to regulation 26(5) such consultations shall be completed before the date fixed for the hearing of the case pursuant to regulation 25:
Provided that consultation as aforesaid shall not be required in a case where—
(i)the application or licence in question is for not more than four flights in any one direction between the same two places;
(ii)the Authority is acting in pursuance of its duty under section 65(2) or (3) or 66(3) of the Act; or
(iii)the Authority’s duty under section 31(2) of the Airports Act 1986 requires it to refuse to grant or to revoke, suspend or vary the licence.
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