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UNIVERSAL POSTAL CONVENTION. MARCH 20, 1934. 2933 CHAPITRE III CHAPTER III ATTRIBUTION DES SURTAXES RETENTION OF AERIAL SUR- A l!: R lEN N E S. F R A IS DE CHARGES, TRANSPORTATION TRANSPORT. CHARGES ARTICLE 11 Attribution des surtaxes. Chaque Administration garde en entler les surtaxes aeriennes qu 'elle a per~lUes. ARTICLE 12 ARTICLE 11 Retention oj surcharges Each Administration retains the whole of the aerial surcharges which it has collected. ARTICLE 12 Surcharges retained. Frais de transport aerien des Aerial transportation charges Jor dep~ches closes. closed mails I.-Les dispositions de I 'article 75 de la Convention, concernant les frais de transit, ne s 'ap:pli- quent aux correspondances-avlOn que pour leurs parcours terri- toriaux ou maritimes eventuels. 2.- Chaque Administration qui assure Ie transport des correspon- dances-avion par la voie aerienne, soit comme Administration inter- mediaire, soit comme Adminis- tration de destination, a droit, de ce chef, a la bonification des frais de transport. En ce qui concerne I'Adminis- tration de destination, cette boni- fication doit ~tre uniforme pour tous les parcours effectues sur son reseau interieur. 3. - Si deux pays sont relies par plusieurs lignes aeriennes, les frais de transport sont calcules d 'apree la distance moyenne de ces par- cours et leur importance pour Ie trafic international. II en est de m~me de la bonification due pour Ie transport dans l'interieur du pays de destination. 4.- Les frais de transport afferents a un meme parcours aerien sont uniformes pour toutes les Administrations qui font em- ploi de ce service sans participer aux frais d 'exploitation. 5.-Sauf les exceptions prevues aux §§ 6 et 7 ci-apres, les frais de transport aerien sont payables a I'AdIninistration des postes du pays ou se trouve I 'acroport dans lequelles dep~ches ont eM prises en charge par Ie service acnen. 1. The 6rovisions of Article 75 Transit charges for fI . . closed malls. o t Ie onventlOn concernmg AnU, p. 2782. transit charges apply to air-mail correspondence only for its even- tual transmission by land or sea. 2. Everv Administration which Internal transports- assures the transportation of air- tion charges. mail correspondence by the air route, either as intermediate Ad- ministration or as Administra- tion of destination, is entitled, on that account, to the payment of transportation charges. As far as the Administration of Uniform rates. destination is concerned, that payment shall be uniform for all routes traversed in its domestic servIce. 3. If two countries are connect- c~t!s~ulation of ed by several air lines, the trans- portation charges are calculated in accordance with the average length of those routes and their impor- tance for the international service. The same also applies to the pay- ment due for transportation with- in the country of destination. 4. The transportation charges relative to one and the same air route are uniform for all Adminis- trations using that service with- out participating in the operating cos5ts'UT'th h t' Payment to reoeiv. • ff I t e excep IOnS pro- iog o1Iloe. vided for in Sections 6 and 7 following, the aerial transporta- t.ion charges are payable to the Postal AdIninistration of thecoun- try in which the airport where the dispatches have been taken in charge by the air service is located.