MUSCAT, 15 June – Oman and Indonesia signed a pact to increase the air traffic between the two countries today, Oman News Agency (ONA) said in a statement.
ONA said: “The Sultanate of Oman and the Republic of Indonesia signed the Air Transport Agreement, which aims to regulate the operational and technical aspects to increase the air traffic between the airports of the two countries.”
The pact was signed by Nayef bin Ali Al-Ebri, President of the Civil Aviation Authority in Oman, and Ambassador Mohammad Irzan Johan, the Ambassador of Indonesia to Oman.
The agreement includes 22 articles and an appendix for the schedule of air routes between the two countries. These articles vary between economic and other provisions for organisational and operational cooperation to enable airlines designated by the two countries to operate seven passenger and cargo flights to any airport in the two countries. These airlines can also enter into cooperative code exchange agreements.
Oman is bound by bilateral agreements in the field of air transport with many countries around the world, with a total of 119 agreements aimed at regulating air transport and the technical and operational aspects of airlines and strengthening relations in the field of civil aviation with each respective country.
Source: ONA/Times of Oman