flydubai calls for liberalised aviation between India & UAE to boost traffic
Dubai-based flydubai has called for a liberalised ‘Open Skies’ policy between the UAE and India, noting that this arrangement will bring better benefits to boost tourism in both countries.
Ghaith Al Ghaith, CEO, flydubai said now that there is a trade corridor between UAE and India, the aviation sector should be liberalised as well. “The aviation sector should be liberated as the potential is endless,” he underscored, reports The Khaleej Times.
An ‘Open Skies’ agreement is about granting access to national airports for foreign airlines. It entails removing restrictions on flight frequencies, seats and cities airlines can serve, which will result in ease of travel and increased tourist flow. (Source: Khaleej Times)