European Union and Chile last week signed an aviation agreement that removes nationality restrictions in the bilateral air services agreements between EU member states and Chile. It is the first so-called "horizontal" aviation agreement to be signed and allows any EU airline to operate flights between any EU member state where it is established and Chile. "The agreement recognizes that airlines in the EU are no longer national airlines but European airlines. This is an important step in ...

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