EU and U.S. sign comprehensive Air Transport Agreement

April 2007
International Law Update;Apr2007, Vol. 13, p83
The article reports on the signing of Air Transport Agreement (ATA) by the European Union (EU) and U.S. on April 30, 2007. The ATA will bring significant economic benefits to America and Europe. It will replace the existing bilateral agreements between the U.S. and EU member states and set up an Open-Skies Plus framework between the U.S. and all 27 EU member states.


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