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Regulations for Kuwait air transportation market

June 1 - The Directorate General of Civil Aviation is considering a set of regulations for the air transportation market in Kuwait to maintain relations between airlines and travel agents, said Deputy Director for Air Travel and Transport Affairs, Nabil Al-Zamel. He was speaking to reporters on the sidelines of the launch of the 2010 Boodai Travel Mart (BMT), organised by Boodai Aviation Group.

These regulations, said Al-Zamel, will safeguard the rights of passengers, pointing out that many bilateral and bloc agreements are being signed with different countries right now to enhance tourism in Kuwait. Since the implementation of the open skies policy in Kuwait in 2003, 93 agreements have been signed by Kuwait with other countries, the latest of which is the agreement signed with China.

Meanwhile, the Air Transport Association (IATA), said Al-Zamel, will hold a conference in Jamaica next month during which Kuwait will be signing various agreements.
 

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