UK and New Zealand initialed a new aviation agreement on air services that removes almost all restrictions on flights between and beyond the two countries. It also applies state aid rules to ensure a level playing field for competition and liberalizes arrangements on a wide range of other issues, including marketing arrangements, ground handling and other operational matters. The previous agreement limited flights between the countries to seven per week for each side.

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