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Austria agrees to increase Emirates flights to the country

Austrian authorities have agreed to increase the number of flights operated by Emirates to Austrian cities' starting from their summer schedule 2011.

Authorities confirmed that they are committed to a good relationship between the two countries. This decisions came during after a meeting between the Austrain Civil Avaition Authority in Vienna and the delegation from the General Authority for Civil Aviation, headed by Mr. Omar Bin Ghalib Deputy Director General of Civil Aviation. The meeting was held to discuss ways of cooperation in the field of air transport between the two countries. 

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