Promoting air routes between El Salvador and Canada

The agreement between the Salvadoran and Canadian governments is intended to promote new airline routes from both countries.

Friday, October 5, 2018

The agreement to ease trade and tourism between the two nations was signed in Canada's capital by Canadian minister Marc Garneau and El Salvador's ambassador in Canada, Tania Molina Avalos.

The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of El Salvador announced that the bilateral agreement on air transport is intended to promote trade, tourism and investment between the two countries, as well as to strengthen international services provided by the airlines selected by each party.

The official document summarizes that with this tool, both nations grant the right to fly over their territory without landing on the same one. In addition, it will allow stopovers in the routes of each country, to embark and disembark passenger and cargo traffic, including mail.

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