Slovenia and France Sign Air Traffic Accord

Paris/Ljubljana, 20 July - AIR/TRAFFIC/AGREEMENT
Slovene Minister of Transport and Communications Anton Bergauer, on a several-day visit in France, and French Minister of Transport and Housing Policy Jean-Claude Gayssot signed Monday an air traffic agreement. Completing a Ljubljana accord of 1995, the agreement signed today in Paris stipulates that only one carrier from each country can operate flights to the other country (Adria Airways and Air France). Moreover, it states conditions under which regular flights between Slovenia and France would be operated, according to Bergauer's Cabinet.

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