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Dominican Republic and Haiti sign Air Services Agreement

The Dominican Republic and Haiti have signed an Air Services Agreement that would pave the way for the first commercial flights between the two countries in almost two decades. Dominican Civil Aviation Board (JAC) President, Luis Ernesto Camilo, and Haiti Civil Aeronautics Director, Olivier Jean, signed the Memorandum of Understanding on Air Services. The MoU forms the legal framework for bilateral trade relations. The JAC noted in a statement that …

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UAE signs MoU with US FAA and Swedish National Space Board

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the United States’ Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the Swedish National Space Board (SNSB). The MoU signifies collaboration between the parties involved in the development of UAE’s commercial space transportation safety framework and sharing knowledge and best practices. The entities would also jointly organize workshops, symposiums, conferences, and working groups to endorse industry standards and back the development …

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Iran and Ukraine discussing improved cooperation in the field of air industries

The Head of Iranian Parliament’s National Security and Foreign Policy Commission, Alaeddin Boroujerdi, and Antonov Chief Executive, Oleksandr Kryvokon, have had discussions regarding increasing cooperation in the field of air industries, in a meeting held in Ukraine. Iran’s Ambassador to Ukraine, Mohammad Beheshti Monfared, along with several Ukrainian defense industries officials were also in attendance during the said meeting wherein the future plan for cooperation between the two countries in …

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Indian Cabinet approves MoU between India and Poland for the promotion of civil aviation cooperation

The Union Cabinet headed by Prime Minister Narendra Modi has given the green light for the signing of the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between India and Poland for the promotion of civil aviation cooperation. The MoU’s goal is to recognize the mutual benefit of cooperation in the field of civil aviation and to help establish and improve regional air connectivity in India. Both sides would also recognize the mutual benefits …

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Uruguay seeking to strengthen air connectivity with China

The tourism authorities of Uruguay are looking to position their country as a “multiple destination option” for Chinese tourists. They are also looking at boosting air connectivity with the Asian powerhouse to capture the Chinese tourist market. “Our tourism offering (for China) has to be linked with those of other American countries and has to be done to sectors who can eventually enjoy a break before coming to Uruguay,” said …

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UAE Ambassador meets Indian Civil Aviation Minister to discuss civil aviation matters

Dr. Ahmed Abdul Rahman Al-Banna, The United Arab Emirates’ (UAE) Ambassador to India, has met with Shri Jayant Sinha, the Indian Minister for Civil Aviation, in the Indian capital of New Delhi to discuss different aviation related issues. During the meeting, the two sides talked about issues regarding civil aviation and air routes between the two countries, which are being governed by the Air Services Agreement that UAE and India …

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Philippines and South Korea finalize new air pact

The Philippines and South Korea have agreed to increase the number of flights that are operating between the two nations in order to cater to the robust demand. Civil Aeronautics Board Executive Director Carmelo Arcilla remarked that a delegation from the Philippines recently flew to Seoul for the latest round of negotiations. The agreement was to expand air traffic entitlements between Manila and all international airports in Korea to 20,000 …

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Kuwait and United Arab Emirates adopt MoU for sharing of experience

Kuwait’s Directorate General of Civil Aviation (DGCA) and the Dubai Civil Aviation Authority have adopted a Memorandum of Understanding for the sharing of experience. DGCA President Sheikh Salman Sabah Salem Al-Hmoud Al-Sabah and the DCAA’s Chairman Saif Al-Suwaidi witnessed the MoU’s endorsement, which was done on the sidelines of the Dubai Airshow Exhibition 2017. The DGCA President remarked that the memorandum is intended to foster cooperation in aviation and improve …

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Iraq and Spain sign initial agreement for air transport services

Iraq and Spain have agreed in principle to air transport services between their two nations. The Iraqi Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) announced the development. “The delegation completed its negotiating tour by signing the register of discussions, which allows the two countries to activate immediately the air transport operations after completing the legal and administrative procedures in preparation for the final signing by the Minister of Transport Kazem Venjan Al-Hamami,” shared …

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Nigeria and Canada sign Air Service Agreement to bolster flight operations between two countries

An Air Service Agreement has been signed between Nigeria and Canada in a bid to bolster mutually beneficial flight operations between the two countries. Nigeria’s Minister of Aviation, Hadi Sirika, made the announcement after the federal executive meeting. He said that the new agreement would improve commerce, air connectivity and welcome a new direction where flights originating from Nigeria can directly connect with Canada. Should the comments of the Aviation …

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