Panama and United Arab Emirates "Open" their Skies

The two countries signed an open skies treaty, under which their airlines may operate without any restrictions the route between the two destinations.

Thursday, November 18, 2010

Panamanian airlines included in the agreement are Copa Airlines, Air Panama, DHL Aeroexpresos and Aeroperlas, while for UAE are Arab Emirates, Etihad, Rak Aiways, Air Arabia and Flydubai.

The agreement allows unlimited number of frequencies, capacities and types of aircraft whether owned or leased, passenger or cargo operated by the designated airlines on the route between the two countries.

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