Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development: Australia-Cambodia Air Services Arrangement No
Deputy Prime Minister and Minister for Infrastructure and Regional Development Warren Truss today welcomed the finalisation of negotiations to establish the arrangement.
“The Memorandum of Understanding signed today in Canberra formalises commercial air services arrangements for the mutual benefit of our two countries.
“These arrangements will particularly benefit aviation passengers by enabling airlines from both Cambodia and Australia to operate up to seven weekly services to and from Australia's major gateway airports.”
Mr Truss said the arrangement also included provision for regional Australia passenger services, dedicated cargo flights and code sharing.
“Australia now has air services arrangements in place with 90 economies, supporting tourism, business and trade growth,” he said.
“The Australian Government is committed to supporting the entry of Australian airlines into foreign markets and to ensuring we have the aviation capacity necessary to meet future demand.”