During peak season, Canco, which transports passengers to destinations inside and outside Canada, is supplied planes and non-resident pilots and crew by an arm's length U.K. resident ("Forco") who is the pilots' and crew's employer, to transport Canco's passengers. In finding that Forco qualified under s. 81(1)(c) provided similar relief was provided in the U.K., CRA stated:
Forco could be viewed as earning income in Canada from the operation of an aircraft in international traffic within the meaning of paragraph 81(1)(c), notwithstanding that the tickets held by the passengers on its flights represent contracts for services between the passengers and Canco.
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|Tax Topics - Income Tax Act - Section 115 - Subsection 115(1) - Paragraph 115(1)(a) - Subparagraph 115(1)(a)(i)||application of Sutcliffe/Price allocation approach were s. 115(3) not applicable||140|
|Tax Topics - Income Tax Act - Section 115 - Subsection 115(4)||non-resident's provision of crew and aircraft to Canadian airline||140|
|Tax Topics - Income Tax Act - Section 81 - Subsection 81(1) - Paragraph 81(1)(c)||non-resident's provision of crew and aircraft to Canadian airline||103|
|Tax Topics - Income Tax Regulations - Regulation 102 - Subsection 102(1)||Reg. 102 withholding or waiver notwithstanding Treaty exemption||162|
|Tax Topics - Treaties - Income Tax Conventions - Article 15||U.K company's provision of crew to Canadian airline/Reg. 102 withholding or waiver notwithstanding Treaty exemption||285|