Middle East

Saudi Arabia and New Zealand seal a bilateral air services agreement

Tis Meyer / Planepics.org

The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Republic of New Zealand signed, at the headquarters of the General Authority of Civil Aviation in Riyadh, a bilateral agreement that sets the comprehensive regulatory framework for air operations between both countries.

The agreement stipulates the regulatory framework between Saudi Arabia and New Zealand, in order to enhance the provided international air services by becoming more efficient, competitive; this framework also enables carriers of both countries to offer a variety of choices to passengers and freight forwarders while securing the highest levels of air safety and security.

The agreement also regulates transparent market access, commercial opportunities, and fair competition between the designated airlines of both countries.

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