Turkey has ratified Air Transport Agreements with the Republic
Of Côte d'Ivoire, Republic of Benin, Republic of Rwanda,
Central African Republic and Jamaica ("Agreements").
Turkey's president adopted relevant decisions on 6 June 2016,
expanding the scope of existing air transfer arrangement between
Turkey and each of these countries.
The Agreements expand and ease opportunities for international
air transfer services, as well as address safety and security in
international air services. The agreements acknowledge that
effective and competitive international air transport services
create economic growth and increase trade, tourism, investments and
welfare of consumers. The Agreements also address cargo flights and
collaboration within various fields of civil aviation, such as
maintenance and education.
All countries involved had already signed the International
Civil Aviation Agreement and International Air Transfer Agreement
on 7 December 1944 in Chicago.
Please see the links below for the full text of each agreement
in English and Turkish, including a complete list of countries
which have executed Bilateral Air Transport Agreement with
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