Report: Jamaica Signs 15 Air Services Agreements

The Jamaica Observer reported earlier this week that Jamaica’s Free Air Policy will get a boost from the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO) conference which ended on Friday, with the signing of 15 Air Services Agreement with member states at the Conference.

There was high praise for the International Conference on Air Services Negotiations (ICAN), which took place during the ICAO, as all the delegates reported success in finalizing Air Services agreements and arrangements over the period.

The conference, which was held at the Ritz Carlton Hotel in Montego Bay from June 28 to July 2, hosted more than 150 delegates from 40 member states. They participated in some 200 meetings which resulted in over 60 air services agreements and arrangements being signed by the end of the conference.

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