Australia has signed a new air services agreement with the United Arab Emirates (UAE) that increases flights between the two countries, although the UAE carriers are far more likely to use the additional frequencies. The new deal, which becomes effective in October 2016, includes 14 extra weekly frequencies for both sides. It was reached following talks at the ICAO Air Services Negotiation event in Turkey this week. Under the revised agreement, carriers from Dubai—effectively ...

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