25-Oct-2010 8:56 AM

Canada and Switzerland moving towards open skies

Canada and Switzerland announced they have successfully concluded negotiations toward an open skies bilateral air transportation agreement, modernising the 1975 agreement, which was last amended in 2002. The agreement contains expanded operating rights for airlines from Canada and Switzerland to operate between each other's territory and third countries, in conjunction with scheduled passenger and/or all-cargo air services between the two countries. It also enables airlines to adjust their prices with greater flexibility. [more]

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