In an interview with Routesonline at the Paris Air Show 2019, the European Commission`s Director-General for Mobility and Transport, Henrik Hololei (pictured right), confirmed that 37 of the 38 EU and ASEAN countries concerned already agreed. He said an open ski deal was now a matter of “when” and not “if.” The agreement would remove existing restrictions on codeshare agreements between airlines in the states concerned and allow them to freely use code-sharing on major routes as well as on the other country`s regional and national networks. This is expected to increase point-by-point traffic in both ASEAN and EU countries, strengthening the position of airports in both regions and creating additional demand that can contribute to building the critical mass for new routes, including the reopening of routes abandoned during the pandemic. “It is hoped that a comprehensive air transport agreement will be launched with EU member states in the first round of negotiations, which will replace the current bilateral air transport agreements between the sultanate and each European country,” PACA said. Proposals for an open ski agreement between the EU and ASEAN were first announced in February 2014. The agreement would go beyond traffic rights and promote cooperation in the areas of safety and air traffic management. An EU report published in 2016 estimated that it could generate an economic benefit of €7.9 billion in the first seven years. The upcoming agreement with ASEAN comes just weeks after the European Commission initialled an aviation pact with Qatar, the first such agreement between the EU and a country in the Gulf region. The agreement, which contains provisions on fair competition, is expected to be concluded before the end of the year. (j) The Executive of the United States Government undertakes to do everything in its power to implement legislation enabling the Aviation Authorities of the United States to establish fair economic rates for the carriage of passengers and cargo by air and to suspend the proposed rates in a manner comparable to that of the Civil Aeronautics Council; which is currently authorized, with respect to these rates, to transport people and goods within the United States by air. (a) ROUTES SERVED BY UNITED KINGDOM AIR CARRIERS (in both directions); Stops for non-transportation purposes 11[No. 1507] (b) routes intended to be served by United States air carriers (in both directions; The Baltic States*Notification shall be addressed to the author of the aviation to the authorities of the United Kingdom-* The authorities of the United States shall transmit to the aviation authority the following address: (`) The United Kingdom shall provide the types of services according to which the services will be inaugu (IPI) and in particular rpuyeg. In the United States, service modes are introduced for the opening of services on lines.
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