Qatar, represented by Qatar Civil Aviation Authority, signed on Monday a protocol to amend some of the provisions of the air transport agreement between Qatar and Oman, which was signed on May 23, 2007.
The protocol was signed by Qatar Civil Aviation Authority chairman Abdullah bin Nasser Turki al-Subaie, and Oman’s Public Authority for Civil Aviation chief executive officer Dr Mohammed bin Nasser Al Zaabi.
A bilateral round of talks was also held after the signing of the protocol, where the two sides discussed ways to enhance co-operation in civil aviation between Qatar and Oman.
The transport rights between the two countries are open to the third and fourth freedoms of passengers and freight.
This protocol also gives the operational flexibility of national carriers in both countries to determine market prices according to supply and demand.