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Pakistan reopens airspace for Indian flights for Civil Aviation

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Pakistan's airspace has reopened for Indian Civil Aviation, Air India to benefit most The reopening of airspace will benefit civil aviation and airlines of India, who previously had to re-route their flights due to Pakistan blocking its airspace. The Government of Pakistan has opened its airspace to civil aviation with immediate effect, its Aviation Authority said on July 16, 2019. The move came following months

India, New Zealand Suspend Boeing 737 Max 8 Planes Post Second Crash  

Ethiopian Airline crash on Sunday has raised safety concerns regarding the Boeing 737 Max jets

Six minutes after taking off from Ethiopian capital city of Addis Ababa, Ethiopian Airlines’ Boeing 737 Max 8 jet crashed on Sunday, killing all aboard. This is the second crash, involving the aircraft model in less than six months. Amid growing security concerns, India and New Zealand have joined the list of nations that have suspended 737 Max 8 jets,

Talks Concluded on Qatar, EU Open Skies Agreement

Qatar and the European Union have agreed to terms for an open skies agreement, expected to be signed this year. Speaking during a CAPA Summit in Doha, both sides confirmed.

Qatar Airways and the European Union officials, gathered for the CAPA Qatar Aviation, Aero-political and Regulatory Summit in Doha, announced that the talks on open skies agreement have concluded, and will provide broader access to carriers from both sides In a strategically significant move, Qatar and the EU, will soon conclude the final terms for an open skies agreement, as confirmed

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