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- Alaska Statutes.
- Title 2. Aeronautics
- Chapter 15. Alaska Aeronautics Act of 1949
- Section 91. Sale and Delivery of in-Bond Merchandise at International Airports.
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AS 02.15.091. Sale and Delivery of in-Bond Merchandise at International Airports.
- (a) Under (b) and (c) of this section, the department shall allow the sale and delivery of in-bond merchandise at an
international airport only by an exclusive contract.
- (b) While the exclusive contracts for the sale and delivery of in-bond merchandise at international airports that exist on
June 15, 1982 are in effect, the department may not permit or confer a right on any other person to offer to sell,
sell, or deliver in-bond merchandise at an international airport.
- (c) After the exclusive contracts existing on June 15, 1982 are no longer in effect, the department shall enter into one
exclusive contract and, on its expiration, additional successive exclusive contracts for the sale and delivery of
in-bond merchandise at each international airport. Except under the existing and future exclusive contracts described
in this section, the department may not permit or confer a right upon any person to offer to sell, sell, or deliver
in-bond merchandise at an international airport.
- (d) The department shall offer the exclusive contracts required by this section by competitive bid or by competitive
proposals. If the department offers the exclusive contracts by competitive bid, the department shall award the
contracts after considering the generation of maximum revenue for the International Airports Revenue Fund established
by AS 37.15.430
. If the department offers the exclusive contracts by competitive proposals, the department shall award the contracts
after considering factors that include depth of management, financial ability, demonstrated experience at other
locations, quality of services and products, success in marketing programs, character and improvements of proposed
facilities, and the generation of optimum revenue for the fund.
- (e) The department shall actively supervise the operations under each exclusive contract for the sale and delivery of
in-bond merchandise in order to ensure the effectiveness of the operations. To supervise contract operations under
this section, the department shall develop and implement guidelines that provide for review of the reasonableness of
price schedules, quality and assortment of merchandise, and customer service.
- (f) Nothing in this section applies to deliveries of in-bond merchandise as cargo to airlines.
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