India may open talks on foreign flying rights

India is likely to further open foreign flying entitlements with several countries, helping ease travel worries on some of the usually busy routes and start direct flights to Greece. Over the next two months, India will start negotiations on foreign flying rights with Nigeria, Dubai, Thailand, Saudi Arabia and Cambodia to add more seats on the routes. Greece currently doesn't have any such pact with India and the two sides are considering a deal for the first time. This is also the the first time in two years that the government is negotiating foreign flying rights at such a large scale. Analysts said any increase in bilateral entitlements is good for consumers as it means more flights in the international sector, but they wanted the government to formulate an international strategy as well. Courtesy: The Economic Times

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