The Slovenia Times

Slovenia, India Step Closer to Introducing Regular Air Route


The Infrastructure and Spatial Planning Ministry said in a press release that Indian market represented a great opportunity to increase passenger and cargo air transport.

Slovenia and India signed a civil aviation treaty already in 2004. However, Slovenia never ratified the document because it was entering the EU at that time and later the EU Court of Justice ruled that individual provisions of Indian bilateral treaties with EU members were in discord with the acquis.

In 2008, the EU Commission and India signed an agreement defining certain segments of air transport.


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