The US and Switzerland reached an enhanced open skies agreement yesterday, replacing the one signed in 1995, the US State Dept. announced. The new agreement gives airlines of both countries 7th freedom rights to operate all-cargo flights to third countries without a connection to the home country. It also allows Switzerland's airlines to be owned and controlled by nationals of any EU member state and extends the opportunity for carriers in Switzerland to compete under the Fly America ...

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