UAE General Civil Aviation Authority and France’s Civil Aviation Authority last week reached a new bilateral agreement, allowing for a 63% increase in the number of flights operated between the two countries. The designated airlines of each side won the right to operate up to 57 weekly passenger frequencies combined, 22 more than at present. Furthermore, in addition to Paris, Nice, Lyon, Marseille and Toulouse, both delegations agreed to add Bordeaux as a sixth point of destination ...

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