Bilateral air services talks between the UK and Indian governments in Delhi have yielded a further opening of the market between the two countries, including an additional 28 services per week for airlines on each side between London Heathrow and Delhi/Mumbai phased in over the next 18 months. Separately, China and India agreed to additional services under an MOU that took effect earlier this week (see item below). Under the agreement with the UK, the number of services to Chennai and ...

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