EU last week finalized and implemented an open skies accord with Canada, signed an air services pact with the West African Economic and Monetary Union and reached agreement with Iceland and Norway to allow those nations to become part of the EU-US open skies deal. The Canada agreement, first announced in May, allows airlines from each side to operate freely without any restrictions on the number of carriers or flights between any airport in the EU and any in Canada (ATWOnline, May 8). Air ...

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