Qatar signs aviation agreement with Canada

18 Nov 2010

(MENAFN) Qatar and Canada have signed an aviation agreement that will allow state-backed Qatar Airways to fly three passenger flights and three cargo flights a week from the Arab state.

Talks were concluded on October 25 after three days of negotiation, according to Canadian news media.

Speaking ahead of the discussions, Abdul Aziz Mohammed Al Nuaimi, chairman of the Civil Aviation Authority, said Canada had been earmarked as a key destination for Qatar Airways� network expansion.

Qatar Airways was not immediately available for comment.

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