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UAE signs open skies deal with Kyrgyz Republic

04 October 2009

The UAE's General Civil Aviation Authority has signed an "open" Air Services Agreement (ASA) with the Civil Aviation Authority of the Kyrgyz Republic. The agreement allows unrestricted frequency of flights, capacity and types of aircraft, whether owned or leased, to be operated by the designated airlines of each country for passenger or cargo services on routes between the Kyrgyz Republic and the UAE. The agreement comes days after the UAE signed an open skies deal with Zambia.

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