India and China signed an MOU, which went into effect Monday, to expand capacity between the two countries. The MOU covers the phased introduction of an increase in passenger services and "open skies" cargo rights with a range of unlimited third, fourth and fifth freedom traffic rights for dedicated cargo operations. It also covers a range of other issues including codesharing and simplification of visa protocols. In addition, both countries agreed to examine a feasibility study on a Free ...

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