India open skies agreements signed with six countries
The International Civil Aviation Negotiations (Aisiaan) - 2016 December 5 to 9 December 2016. The recent were held in Nassau. Civil Aviation Secretary RN Choubey said ICAO's 191 countries participated in the conference from 106 countries.
India negotiated with 17 countries and 12 countries signed the MoU. According to the national civil aviation policy in 2016, instructions were resolved several key points.
Key points related to the increase in traffic rights:
India to re-negotiate traffic rights with Oman, which is sure to increase entitlement. Under the 6258 seats will be effective from the summer of 2017, the existing entitlement is more or less finished.
India IATA season 8000 seats per week, an increase of capacity of Saudi Arabia has agreed to. Increase in traffic between the two countries especially in view of the need is so.
According to the 2016 Open Sky agreements NCAP:
The open skies agreements were signed with six countries, including Guyana, Czech Republic, Jamaica, Finland, Spain and Sri Lanka are included. Open Sky agreement six metros like Mumbai, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Delhi, Bangalore and Chennai airports are allowed unlimited number of flights.
The new system connectivity between India and these countries as well as a major boost to passenger travel. New air service agreements have been signed with Jamaica, Guyana side.
Malaysia, Portugal, Hong Kong, Ghana, Israel, Japan, Ethiopia and Bangladesh, with also other issues relating to air services agreement were resolved.