Oman, Czech Republic sign pact to operate more flights

Oman and the Czech Republic signed an air transport agreement on Monday.

The agreement is part of the open skies policies, allowing airlines of both the countries to operate any number of flights through any midpoints and points beyond Oman and the Czech Republic.

It was signed by Dr Mohammed bin Nasser al Zaabi, CEO of Public Authority for Civil Aviation and Juraj Koudelka, Non-resident Ambassador of the Czech Republic to Oman.

It allows national carriers of the sultanate (Oman Air and SalamAir) to extend their operational networks to the Czech Republic and Czech airlines to operate direct flights, or exchange codeshares with other carriers.

The agreement allows the airlines of the two countries to have codeshares with the carriers of one of the two countries and with the carriers of any other country.

Source: Civil Aviation Authority � Qatar