• India agrees to ink bilateral air service agreement with Fiji

    As per a Financial Chronicle report by Nirbhay Kumar, India has agreed to sign a bilateral air service agreement (ASA) with Fiji, paving the way for direct flights between the two countries.

    According to a Ministry of Civil Aviation official, the two sides recently agreed to ink an agreement in this regard under which designated airlines from the two countries could operate thrice a week. “Besides cities like Delhi and Hyderabad, Varanasi has also been added as a point-of-call for Fijian Airlines in India. Indian carriers can operate to anywhere in Fiji,” the official said. 

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