Govt approves air services b/w India, Mexico

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New Delhi, Apr 11: The government today approved an Air Services Agreement between India and Mexico which will entitle both the countries to designate any number of airlines for operation of mutually agreed services.

Briefing reporters after the Cabinet meeting, Science and Technology Minister Kapil Sibal said, ''Both the countries will follow the obligations, in accordance with their rights and obligations under International law, to protect the security of civil aviation against acts of unlawful interference.'' He said the designated airline of either party will enter into cooperative marketing arrangements, such as code share, block or any other commercial arrangements, as operating or marketing airline with airline of same party or third country.

The new arrangement signifies an important landmark in the Civil Aviation relations between India and United Mexican States and will pave the way for establishment of air links between the two countries, Mr Sibal said.


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