India has rejected United Arab Emirates offer to increase air traffic rights for Gulf carriers, India’s Civil Aviation Minister, Jyotiraditya Scindia said while speaking to Reuters. The UAE has urged India to increase the maximum number of seats between the two countries by 50,000 per week. Scindia further said that he wants Indian carriers to order more wide-body planes and offer non-stop flights to international destinations, adding India was mobilising to handle the transportation needs of its population of 1.3 billion. Responding to this stance of Indian Government, Tim Clark, Head, Emirates said that Indian airlines missing out on revenues

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