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Article or Chapter TitleIran (bilateral aviation)
Record Number10352
DescriptionThe file contains correspondence between Kiyoomars Vazeen, an Iranian ambassador, and John G. Laylin, a lawyer for Covington & Burling, regarding bilateral air service agreements. Bilateral air service agreements are created between two countries pertaining to the presence of foreign air services. Types of aircrafts allowed, number of passengers carried, and maximum amount of scheduled flights are determined. The Bermuda agreement, established between the United States and Great Britain in 1946, serves as a model for many air service agreements. By restricting the number of flights and passengers on foreign flights, countries can expand the services provided by their own national airlines.
Subject(s)Airline transport; Bilateral aviation; Air service agreements; Laylin, John; Vazeen, Kiyoomars
CountriesIran
DonorLaylin, John G.
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