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Friday, October 31, 2014  

Sultanate, Australia ink MoU to regulate airline services
MUSCAT The national carriers of Sultanate and Australia will soon have the right to operate four flights weekly between the Sultanate and the cities of Sydney, Melbourne (including Avalon), and Brisbane, and Perth, in addition to an unlimited number of weekly flights between the Sultanate and other Australian cities.

The two sides recently signed a draft agreement to regulate air transport services between the two countries. It includes 24 articles in addition to a table of air routes attached to the agreement which comes into effect provisionally from April 6 till the final signing. The agreement was signed at the Civil Aviation Affairs office in Muscat airport.

The agreement was signed by Abdul Razak Bin Said Bin Saleh Al Mantheri, director of air transport at Civil Aviation Affairs from the Sultanate’s side, while Samuel Lucas, director of air services negotiations at the Australian Civil Aviation Authority represented Australia.

The two sides also signed an MoU which includes many organisational, technical, and operational articles.

The two carriers are allowed to operate seven flights between the two countries linking any Australian city in the aforementioned list and any of the other Australian cities in a week.

Oman News Agency
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