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Morocco & India sign air deal

Morocco has signed an air services agreement with India, opening up the way for direct flights between the two countries.

Morocco has signed an air services agreement with India, opening up the way for direct flights between the two countries. Two airlines, Royal Air Maroc and Air Inda, will have the right to operate flights between Casablanca and Delhi.

The agreement was signed in New Dehli by the civil aviation and transport ministers of both countries in the presence of the Indian Prime Minister, Manmohan Singh and the visiting Moroccan leader, Driss Jettou.

The air services agreement was initiated in 1996 and the Indian Cabinet approved the signing of it in 1997; however, it was only final signed on Tuesday 7th December.

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