UAE keen on reviewing air services agreement with India: Envoy

The United Arab Emirates is keen on reviewing its air services agreement with India as occupancy on carriers of both sides has exceeded the figure stipulated in the pact, UAE envoy Ahmed Al Banna said on Tuesday.

The ambassador also outlined the role being played by his country in facilitating contacts between the US and the Afghan Taliban. He made it clear the UAE’s decision to provide $3 billion to Pakistan wouldn’t in any way affect the country’s relations with India.

The India-UAE air routes are among the world’s most lucrative, but moves to increase capacity have been the subject of heated debates as Indian carriers believe the current deal offers greater benefits to airlines from the Gulf. Read More

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