Air Service Agreement Between Nepal And Australia

The third party code share is a right conferred by a bilateral agreement that shares the code between an airline of its bilateral partners and an airline of a country other than the bilateral partner. The air transport agreement with Australia was signed by Suresh Acharya, Joint Secretary at the Ministry of Tourism, and Jim Wolfe, Executive Director of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development. Nepal has concluded air agreements with 40 countries since 1963. The pact allows unlimited freight traffic between the two countries, in addition to the code share of a third country, with a definition from the national code. Suresh Acharya, Secretary at Nepal`s Ministry of Culture, Tourism and Civil Aviation (MoCTCA) and Jim Holf, Executive Director of the Ministry of Infrastructure, Transport, City and Region, Australia, signed the contract. .