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Iraq and Greece hold talks regarding activation of Air Transport Agreement

The activation of an Air Transport Agreement was the subject of talks between aviation officials of Iraq and Greece during a gathering in Athens. According to the General Establishment of Civil Aviation in the Ministry of Transport Chief, Hussein Mohsen, the delegation conferred with its Greek counterparts over technical and legal issues, and the number of the flights between Iraq and Greece. Hussein added that the development is a timely …

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UAE, Sao Tome and Principe, pen air transport services pact

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) Ambassador to Guinea, Khalifa Yousif Mohammed Al Zaabi, bore witness to the signing of an Air Transport Agreement between the UAE and the two island-nation of Sao Tome and Principe. Saif Mohammed Al Suwaidi, the Director-General of the UAE’s General Civil Aviation Authority, GCAA, and Carlos Manuel Vila Nova, Sao Tome and Principe’s Minister of Infrastructure, Natural Resources, and Environment, signed their names on the …

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Nepal to sign bilateral Air Service Agreements with Turkey and UAE

Nepal’s Civil Aviation Ministry is getting set to sign bilateral Air Service Agreements (ASAs) with Turkey and the United Arab Emirates, pending the approval of the Cabinet. A proposal was sent by the Ministry to the Cabinet to finalize the deal. They are also preparing to forward another proposal to sign an ASA with Australia. “These three air agreements are expected to be signed after the second phase of provincial …

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Iraq and Afghanistan ink Air Transport Agreement

Regular air traffic between Iraq and Afghanistan is set to resume after the two countries signed an Air Transport Agreement. Iraq’s Minister of Transport, Kazem Vajan Al-Amami signed the agreement that seeks to bolster the bilateral economic relationship and secure new avenues of collaboration in the various fields of transport and trade between the two nations. Iraq’s Transport Minister said that the pact paves the way for the exchange of …

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Papua New Guinea and Australia sign amended Air Services Agreement

Papua New Guinea (PNG) and Australia have come to terms on the revised Air Services Agreement (ASA) between them. The pact – which was signed by Transport Ministers Westly Nukundj for PNG and Darren Chester from Australia – would bring to fore new innovations in safety, security along with economic opportunities at the numerous entry points that are serviced between the PNG and Australia. The agreement, signed by Transport Ministers …

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Bangladesh and United Arab Emirates strengthen aviation ties with Air Service Agreement

Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates have penned an Air Service Agreement that would augment aviation relations between the two nations. Civil Aviation and Tourism Minister Rashed Khan Menon and UAE Economy Minister and Chairman of Civil Aviation Authority Sultan Bin Saeed Al Mansoori signed the agreement during a ceremony that was staged at the office of the Civil Aviation Authority in Dubai. The agreement would see Bangladesh Biman Airlines …

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Singapore and Hungary agree to boost cooperation in aviation sector

Singapore and Hungary have signed on to improve economic cooperation along with a partnership in aviation. According to Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong, relations between the two nations have been on the rise, and bilateral trade has expanded, exceeding S$1.14 billion last year. Lee made the comment during a joint press conference where Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban joined him after the signing of the agreements. Apart from agreements in …

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Aviation Round Table asks Nigerian Federal Government to halt foreign airlines from having multiple entry points

Aviation Round Table (ART) President, Gbenga Olowo, has urged the Nigerian Federal Government to stop foreign carriers from having numerous entry points. Speaking from the Nigerian city of Lagos, Olowo appealed to the government to examine Nigeria’s Bilateral Air Services Agreements (BASAs) with other countries He said the agreements, which had stimulated foreign airlines, to fly into Lagos, Abuja, Port Harcourt, Kano and Enugu International airports, respectively, were not extended …

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Qatar’s plans to boost air passenger traffic and sign more air transport agreements discussed

Qatar’s plans for better air passenger traffic and more destinations to fly to was a hot topic at a meeting between Qatar Civil Aviation Authority (QCAA) Chairman Abdullah bin Nasser Turki al-Subaey and a team from Oxford Business Group (OBG). OBG’s representatives met with al-Subaey as work began on ‘The Report: Qatar 2017,’ the research and consultancy firm’s upcoming publication on the country’s economy. Al-Subaey was “confident on Qatar’s ability” …

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Mauritius signs Bilateral Air Services Agreement with Portugal

Mauritius and Portugal have signed a Bilateral Air Services Agreement (BASA) at the Treasury Building at the Mauritian capital of Port Louis. Portuguese Ambassador to Mauritius, Maria Amelia Maio de Paiva, and Mauritian Secretary to Cabinet and Head of the Civil Service, N. K. Ballah, signed the BASA. Maio de Paiva stressed that the agreement would forge closer ties between the two countries. She added that the bilateral relations of …

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