Here is something that merits attention. As you might recall, the clarificatory document about Summorum Pontificum from the Pontifical Commission “Ecclesia Dei” entitled Universae Ecclesiae indicated that the Pontificale Romanum was to be used for ordinations only by those groups which had general permission to use the older books. (cf. no. 31). In other words, diocesan bishops couldn’t ordain their own men with it.
However, that appears not to be the case. At the time Universae Ecclesiae came out, I opined that bishops could ask for permission the PCED to use the older form.
I saw this on Rorate:
On October 23, 2011 the Bishop of Frejus-Toulon, Msgr. Dominique Rey, ordained a new priest for his diocese using the 1962 Pontifical. The new priest, Fr. Jean Christophe Pelegri, was ordained by Msgr. Rey to the diaconate on May 11 of this year, only two days before the promulgation of Universae Ecclesiae.) A photo gallery is in the Picasa account of the Cathedral of Frejus-Toulon.
Msgr. Rey has been known to give the seminarians of his diocese the privilege of choosing the rite of their ordination, and it seems that Universae Ecclesiae will not put a stop to this practice, as had been earlier feared or predicted by some commentators. Earlier this year, 15 new priests had been ordained for the Diocese of Frejus-Toulon according to the liturgical books of Paul VI.
I suppose that the bishop sought permission to use the Pontifical to ordain a priest for his diocese and obtained it.