India, Japan sign Open Sky Agreement

India and Japan today signed an agreement that will allow their airlines to operate unlimited number of flights between the two countries. 

It opens skies between India and Japan ie. Indian and Japanese carriers can mount now unlimited number of flights to the selected cities of each other’s countries. The National Civil Aviation Policy, 2016, allows the government to enter into an ‘open sky’ air services agreement on a reciprocal basis with SAARC nations as well as countries beyond a 5,000 kilometre radius from New Delhi. 

Source-The Economic Times
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