Signed in 2011, the air transport agreement between Brazil and Canada was approved yesterday in the Senate

The Federal Senate informs that it approved yesterday, May 4, the text of an agreement on air transport signed between Brazil and Canada, the PDL 1100/2021which will now proceed to promulgation.

The cooperation agreement on air services is similar to others signed by Brazil on the basis of the “open skies policy”, in which two nations relaxed the rules of commercial flights between them.

It was signed in 2011 by the two countries, and in recent years it has been in the process of being approved as a bill (PDL). The approval in the Chamber of Deputies took place last November, when the proposal was sent to the Senate.

The agreement stipulates that neither country can unilaterally limit the volume of traffic, the frequency, the number of destinations or the regularity of the service of the other party, except when required for reasons of a customs nature and other government inspection services; or for technical or operational reasons, under conditions consistent with the Convention on International Civil Aviation, to which both countries are signatories.

With information from the Senate Agency

A graduate in Mechanical Engineering and holder of a postgraduate degree in Aeronautical Maintenance Engineering, he has more than 6 years of experience in the field of technical inspection of aeronautical maintenance.

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