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India for ‘Open Sky Policy’ Agreement with SAARC Countries

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New Delhi. 28 July 2018. As per National Civil Aviation Policy 2016, Government has planned to enter into an ‘Open Sky’ Air Service Agreement on a reciprocal basis with SAARC countries and countries with territory located entirely beyond a 5000 km radius from New Delhi.

This information was given by the Minister of State for Civil Aviation, Jayant Sinha in written reply to a question in Lok Sabha .

Unlimited flights above the existing bilateral rights will be allowed directly to and from major airports within the country as notified by the Government time to time. However, the points of call at other airports under the existing Air Service Agreement will continue to be honoured till the same are renegotiated.

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