India revises air pact with Oman, others

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) regarding this was signed in Turkey late last month at the International Civil Aviation Negotiations (ICAN), 2015.

By: ENS Economic Bureau | New Delhi | Published: November 13, 2015 1:34:48 am

With Oman permitting an additional 5,131 seats per week, India has revised its bilateral air services agreement with the country.

The total capacity entitlements between India and Oman would now stand at 21,149 seats per week as compared with 16,018 seats earlier.

The memorandum of understanding (MoU) regarding this was signed in Turkey late last month at the International Civil Aviation Negotiations (ICAN), 2015. India signed five other MoUs with Finland, Kazakhstan, Kenya, Sweden, Norway & Denmark and Ethiopia.

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Besides Oman, India agreed to review its air services agreements with Kazakhstan. Weekly capacity entitlements were also raised to 21 frequencies from 14 with Kenya.

India and Ethiopia agreed to increase capacity entitlements to 28 frequencies per week from 21 frequencies.

India, Finland, Sweden, Norway and Denmark agreed on code share, intremodal services , routing flexibility and open sky on cargo. India and Finland agreed on five points of call on both sides.

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