India and Brazil have signed a bilateral air service agreement to increase air connectivity. The agreement allows both the countries to designate any number of airlines on reciprocal basis, unlike in the past when only one airline each was allowed. The designated airlines would be able to operate a maximum of 21 flights per week in each direction with a plane not exceeding the capacity of a Boeing 747 from any point in each other’s territory, via any intermediate point and beyond to any point. Presently, no designated airlines from both the countries are operating.
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