Oman, Tunisia sign air services agreement

Business Sunday 30/June/2024 17:12 PM
Oman, Tunisia sign air services agreement

Tunis: Represented by the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA), the Sultanate of Oman today signed in Tunis an air services agreement with the Republic of Tunisia.

The agreement was signed by Eng. Naif Ali Al Abri, Chairman of the CAA.

The agreement updates an agreement signed in 1985 by the governments of the two countries to regulate air services between their regions and beyond them. The updated agreement, based on principles of open skies, allows the respective airlines to operate any number of direct flights.

The 23-articles pact regulates operational and technical aspects in a manner that serves the common interests of the two countries. It introduces a special appendix that outlines the schedule of air routes.

It is worth noting that the Sultanate of Oman has so far concluded bilateral agreements in the field of air transport with as many as 124 countries around the world.