Swiss International Airlines has denied claims from the Indian government that it ‘violated’ a vital clause called the substantial ownership and effective control, mandated under the bilateral air services agreement between the two countries. India has moved to stop all services to and from India operated by Swiss, saying that the airlines, held by Air Trust, is incorporated under the laws of the Western European country and run mostly by its own nationals. Under the SOEC clause, the government has the right to designate one or more airlines. However, its substantial ownership and effective control should be vested in the

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