More flights for Saudi Arabia as Centre increases seat quota by 78%

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India and Saudi Arabia have revised their air services agreement, enabling an increase in flights between the two countries. The weekly seat quota for the carriers of the two countries has been increased from 28,000 to 50,000 as part of the MoU signed in Riyadh on October 29. The increase in seats will take place in a phased manner.

According to the civil aviation ministry, the seat quota will rise to 36,000 in the first instance and then to 44,000 and 50,000 in the next two phases after certain conditions are met. Read More

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