UAE, Philippines sign MoU derestrict passenger numbers
- United Arab Emirates: Tuesday, September 11 - 2012 at 11:29
The UAE General Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) has signed an air services memorandum of understanding with the Philippines. Under the agreement, the two countries agreed that there will be no restriction on the number of frequencies for both passenger and all-cargo that can be operated by the designated airlines of each side between points in the UAE and points in the Philippines other than Manila, where passenger frequencies will double in the near future for both Philippines and UAE carriers in order to keep up with the growth of air traffic between the two countries.
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