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Singapore signs Open Skies Agreement with Kiribati

Singapore has signed an Open Skies Agreement with Kiribati that allows both nations to operate any number of flights between them. The agreement stipulates that flights would not have any restrictions or limitations on capacity, frequency, aircraft type, and routing. Additionally, cargo carriers coming from both countries would be allowed to use either country as a hub for operations to any third country. With this new agreement, Singapore has now …

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Direct flights between Papua New Guinea and Kiribati being discussed

The Kiribati Transport Ministerial is in the thick of negotiations for direct flights between Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Kiribati. Among the talking points of the ongoing discussions include a provision of draft PNG-Kiribati Air Services Agreement Text for mutual acceptance, and the identification of operating points for the respective parties for mutual occurrence and acceptance.

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Air Services Agreement between Dominican Republic and Kuwait declared unconstitutional

An Air Services Agreement signed between the Dominican Republic and Kuwait, has been deemed unconstitutional. The ruling was handed down by the Constitutional Court. However, it did not give out any further information regarding the decision. The agreement, which was signed in December of 2016, aimed to forge aviation ties between the two nations by expanding opportunities in air service, and ensuring the highest degree of protection and international security. …

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UK Transport Secretary believes country can get a good aviation deal post Brexit

The UK’s Transport Secretary, Chris Grayling, remained optimistic of the country’s chances of securing a “good deal” on aviation post Brexit. Grayling explained that his optimism comes from knowing that it would be in the interest of all European nations to settle on an “open, liberal arrangement for aviation” after the UK leaves the bloc. Grayling disclosed that official discussions regarding the future economic relationship between the UK and the …

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India, ASEAN nations vow to work on better connectivity in region

India and member countries of the ASEAN would be working together to forge deeper aviation ties and improve air connectivity within the region. Leaders from the 10 ASEAN nations are in India to grace the ASEAN-India-Commemorative-Summit and partake in the Republic Day celebrations. The linkup would go a long way towards “convening of air services consultations by the ASEAN-India Working Group on Regional Air Services Arrangements and the establishment of …

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Expanded Air Transport Agreement between Canada and Israel announced

Canada’s Minister of Transport Marc Garneau and Israel’s Minister of Transport and Intelligence, Israel Katz, announced that they have settled on an expanded air transport agreement for their two countries. The said pact would make way for chosen carriers to operate up to 19 passenger flights per week, a rise from the previous 12. The new rights under the expanded agreement can be immediately used by the airlines. Garneau publicized …

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Qatar and Kyrgyz Republic sign Air Services Agreement

Qatar and the Kyrgyz Republic have signed an Air Services Agreement. Qatar’s Minister of Transport and Communications, Jassim bin Saif Al Sulaiti, and the Minister of the Transport and Roads of the Kyrgyz Republic, Jamshitbek Kalilov, inked the said pact. The agreement comes in line with Qatar’s desire to finalize more air service agreements, which would allow its national carrier to fly to destinations all over the globe. After the …

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