Clearing the skies for UAE carriers

April 2014
Travel Talk-India;Apr2014, Vol. 36 Issue 7, p4
The article discusses the bilateral air services agreement between India and Dubai, United Arab Emirates which includes increasing weekly seat entitlements for each side by 20 percent over the next three months, along with this increase being as high as all Europeans countries combined together.


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