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Bangladesh, India, discuss Open Skies Agreement

Bangladesh is seeking to revise its Air Services Agreement with India to accommodate the steadily rising demand for flights between the two countries. Bangladeshi civil aviation and tourism officials are discussing the plan after India sought to broker an Open Skies Agreement with them to operate unlimited number of flights to various locales. However, Bangladesh is apprehensive of signing an Open Skies Agreement with India as they think that doing …

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Indian Cabinet approves signing of Air Services Agreement with Georgia

The agreement was done in conjunction with the latest International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) template, which keeps in view of the latest developments in the civil aviation sector. It also hopes to improve the air connectivity between India and Georgia.  The features of the Air Services Agreement are as follows: Both countries shall be entitled to designate one or more airline. Now the Indian carriers can operate to any points …

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Ghana, Algeria working towards an Air Services Agreement

African nations Ghana and Algeria have exchanged draft air services agreements in a bid to improve air transport connectivity, which can boost trade and economic development between the two countries. The air services agreement is expected to facilitate direct flights between Ghana and Algeria. Youssef Delileche, the Ambassador of the People’s Democratic Republic of Algeria, recently paid a courtesy call to Ghana’s Minister of Aviation, Cecilia Abena Dapaah to discuss …

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Indian Cabinet agrees to revised Air Services Agreements with Malaysia and Serbia

India can look ahead to improved air connectivity with Malaysia and Serbia after its Cabinet approved revisions to the Air Services Agreements (ASAs) it has with the aforementioned countries. The changes were made in accordance with the latest International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) template and take into consideration the latest developments in the civil aviation sector. India’s ASA with Malaysia was established back in 1974 and was initialed in 2011. …

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Chinese carriers to get more flights to and from New Zealand

An expanded bilateral Air Services Agreement between New Zealand and China has boosted the number of flights Chinese airline carriers are able to operate to and from New Zealand. New Zealand Transport Minister confirmed that the updated agreement would give Chinese carriers 10 additional flights, upping the total to 59 per week. However, the number could rise further depending on the demand for flights as the New Zealand government works …

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Qatar signs Air Services Agreement with St. Vincent and the Grenadines

Qatar widened its horizons a little further after signing an Air Services Agreement with the island country of St. Vincent and the Grenadines. Qatar’s Minister of Transport and Communications Jassim Saif Ahmed Al Sulaiti and the Prime Minister of Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, Dr. Ralph Gonsalves, signed the agreement in a brief ceremony that was held in Doha. The move is part of Qatar’s efforts to hold more talks …

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The United Kingdom and Argentina have signed an updated Air Services Agreement

British Air Services director Mark Bosly signed the agreement with the Argentine Transportation Ministry, which will improve air connectivity between the two countries. The agreement was designed to boost commercial ties between th UK and Argentina, with more direct flights being planned. The agreement comes at a right time for the South American nation as it opens its doors to the world with its hosting of the G20 summit next …

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Japan, Laos, meet to discuss improvements on Air Services Agreement

Representatives from Japan and Laos will be meeting in the latter’s capital of Vientiane to discuss improvements that can be made to the Air Services Agreement that the countries agreed to last year. The governments of Laos and Japan signed a landmark agreement in January of 2016, which was regarded as essential to civil aviation cooperation. In particular, it opened up direct routes between the two countries to help the …

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Fiji-India, agree to new Air Services Agreement

Fiji and India have agreed to a new Air Services Agreement, which they hope will spur economic growth, and generate opportunities for trade and tourism. The new agreement replaces the previous one, which has been in effect for four decades, and ensures ease of travel between the two countries. A statement released by the Fiji Department of Information said that the agreement was needed in order to help the country …

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Cuba, Finland ink Air Services Agreement

Cuba and Finland have inked an Air Service Agreement in order to boost tourist arrivals in their country. Alfredo Cordero, the President of the Cuban Institute of Civil Aeronautics and Kimmo Lähdevirta, Director General for the Americas and Asia at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Finland, were on hand to sign the said agreement on Wednesday. The agreement will enable airlines to hold operations between the two countries. The …

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