Enable Javascript in your browser for an improved experience of regjeringen.no

Historical archive

Air Services Negotiations with Iraq and Turkey

Historical archive

Published under: Stoltenberg's 2nd Government

Publisher Ministry of Transport and Communications

Norway will together with Denmark and Sweden have air services negotiations with Iraq on 26 – 27 October and with Turkey on 5 – 6 November 2009. The negotiations with Turkey were originally scheduled for the end of June this year but have been pushed back to the beginning of November.

Norway will together with Denmark and Sweden have air services negotiations with Iraq on 26 – 27 October and with Turkey on 5 – 6 November 2009.  The negotiations with Turkey were originally scheduled for the end of June this year but have for different reasons been pushed back to the beginning of November. 

The main purpose of these negotiations is to liberalize the Air Services Agreements that each of the Scandinavian countries have with Iraq and Turkey, respectively. It will also be important to bring the respective bilateral Air Services Agreements between the parties in conformity with EU/EEA law. 

Air carriers with an Operating License in accordance with Council Regulation 1008/2008 (previously 2407/92), and which are established in Norway, will have the possibility of informing the Ministry of Transport and Communications of their opinion regarding these negotiations by contacting Senior Advisor Pierre Chauvin, tel.: + 47 22 24 82 77, e-mail:  [email protected]