Saudi Arabia signs air transport agreement with Senegal

posted on 26th July 2019 by Justin Burns
Saudi Arabia signs air transport agreement with Senegal

The Government of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the Government of Republic of Senegal signed air transport services agreement on 22 July.

The signing took place during a meeting of the president of the General Authority of Civil Aviation (GACA), Abdulhadi Al Mansouri with the Minister of Tourism and Air Transport of the Republic of Senegal, Alioune Sarr.

During the meeting, they discussed issues of mutual interest and ways to enhance cooperation between the two countries and develop air transport links.

The agreement signed covered several regulatory provisions guaranteeing the rights of the two parties, the pluralism of appointments, items related to air safety, aviation security, scheduling of routes agreed upon in the agreement and other items in the field of cooperation in the air transport service.