Wednesday, 2 July 2014

Myanmar plans to revise air treaty with France

Myanmar is planning to renew and amend the air treaty with France, in which airlines of the two countries will be allowed to fly seven times a week between their territories, according to official sources.

“We have already discussed with French officials about renewal of the treaty on June 18 and 19. Under the new treaty, airlines from both countries will be able fly to every city with international airports in each country seven times a week,” said an official from Department of Civil Aviation in Myanmar.

Under the existing treaty, Air France is officially allowed to fly to Myanmar where no airlines have been authorized yet to fly to France. Under the new treaty, any airlines qualified will be allowed to fly.

Since 2010, Myanmar has beenrevising air treaties with foreign countries. Under the new treaties, the “single destination” clause has been changed to “multiple destination” where unlimited airlines are allowed to fly.

source: Eleven Myanmar
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