Wednesday, October 20, 2010

India Modifies Air Service Agreement With Iraq

Aviation Daily Oct 20 , 2010 , p. 07
Neelam Mathews

India and Iraq can now designate multiple airlines for operations between the two countries, a departure from their 1955 agreement that permitted only one airline from each country to serve the other. The airlines will operate up to 12 frequencies per week in each direction, with aircraft not exceeding 250 seats. Indian carriers are now able to operate to Baghdad, Basrah, Al Najaf and one more point to be specified in Iraq, and Iraqi carriers can operate to Delhi, Mumbai, Hyderabad and one more point.

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