AQABA: General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA) President Abdulhadi bin Ahmed Al-Mansoori signed agreements regulating air services and protecting aviation security with a number of countries in Aqaba, Jordan.
The deals were signed on the sidelines of the 12th International Conference on Air Services Negotiations (ICAN) held from Dec. 2 to Dec. 6.
Al-Mansoori signed two bilateral agreements bringing together the governments of Saudi Arabia and Iceland and Zimbabwe in air transport services. He also signed two memoranda of understanding with Mozambique and Guyana.
The GACA delegation met representatives of participating countries and discussed joint cooperation.
The ICAN conference aims to keep pace with the rapid development of the air transport industry globally, as countries meet to hold negotiations or consultations on a bilateral or multilateral basis. The aim is to provide better services to the air transport community and aid the establishment of links between systems regulators, air operators and related service providers.
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