Dubai seeks access to airports in NE
Nagaland Post | Agencies | Guwahati, Apr 12 ()
Dubai has requested India to give unrestricted access to airports in the Northeast for its airlines, Emirates and flyDubai. This is the first time that any country has sought an open sky policy for only a specific part of India.
“We are keen to have our airlines operating to the North East India. We request you to extend an open sky to NE airports such as Guwahati, Dibrugarh, Tezpur, Jorhat, Bagdogra, Aizwal, Imphal, Silchar, Agartala and the new airport coming up in Gangtok besides any other,” Dubai Civil Aviation Authority head Mohammed Ahil wrote to aviation secretary R N Choubey recently.
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