The Government of India and the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, parties to the Convention on International Civil Aviation, were launched for signature in Chicago on 7 December 1944 and desiring to conclude, in addition to the said Convention, an Agreement on the establishment of air services between and outside the territories of Indonesia and India, HAVE agreed: “We need to look at what we call an open skies policy instead of having an air transport agreement limited in terms of capacity and number of seats,” Al Banna said. The UAE is interested in an open sky deal with India, its ambassador to India, A.R. Albanna, said on Wednesday. New Delhi: The Uae and India should have an open skies policy instead of an air transport agreement between them, Gulf State Ambassador to India Ahmed Al Banna said on Wednesday, saying such a move would benefit airlines from both countries. Article 12 Each Party may inform the other Party at any time if it wishes to denounce this Agreement. This communication shall be transmitted simultaneously to the International Civil Aviation Organisation. If such denunciation is granted, this Agreement shall expire twelve (12) months after the date of receipt of the notification by the other Party, unless the denunciation is revoked by mutual agreement before the expiry of that period. In the absence of an acknowledgement of receipt from the other Party, the notification shall be deemed received fourteen (14) days after receipt of the notification by the International Civil Aviation Organization. An outdoor service agreement allows airlines from both countries to have an unlimited number of flights and seats in the respective jurisdictions. India has an open ski policy with SAARC countries and those outside the 5,000 km radius, which means that nations must enter into a bilateral agreement at this distance and mutually determine the number of flights their airlines can make between the two countries.

India has signed agreements with the United States, Greece, Jamaica, Guyana, Finland, Spain and Sri Lanka, among others. The ambassador informed the minister of the status of a bilateral air services agreement and reiterated a request from the UAE civil aviation authorities to urgently open negotiations for the revision of the existing agreement, as the pact has reached full capacity. SECTION I The airline designated by the Government of the Republic of Indonesia is authorized to provide air services in both directions on the route indicated in this section and to land for transport purposes in the territory of India at the point indicated: the National Civil Aviation Policy 2016 allows the Government to conclude an agreement on “outdoor air navigation” on a mutual basis with the SAARC nations and countries. beyond a radius of 5,000 kilometers from New Delhi. Discussions on the renegotiation of the bilateral air transport agreement should now begin in two or three months. After nearly a year of asking India to review its decades-old air transport pact with the United Arab Emirates,” the country`s Indian ambassador, Ahmed Abdul Rahman AlBanna, said on Monday that he expected talks to begin in the next two months. . . .