Cabinet approves revised air services agreement with Australia
New Delhi, Mar 4: The cabinet today gave its approval for signing the revised agreement between India and Australia that would enable both the countries to have the right to designate as many airlines as they wish.
The designated airlines of each side can mount agreed number of services between the two countries as decided from time to time, Parliamentary Affairs Minister Priya Ranjan Dasmunsi said after the cabinet meeting here.
He said the designated airlines of each side shall be entitled to operate on the agreed routes which will be reviewed from time to time.
Any of the two can at any time terminate the agreement. The agreement shall terminate after one year of the date of receipt of notice by the other party, unless the notice is witdrawn by mututal consent of the parties before the end of this period.