A two-day discussion for a bilateral aviation agreement between Bangladesh and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) took place recently at the headquarters of the Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority. The primary objective of the discussion was to strengthen communication and cooperation under the existing aviation agreement, ensuring its relevance in today’s dynamic aviation landscape.
Led by UAE Civil Aviation Authority and Bangladesh Civil Aviation Authority Chairman the talks aimed to foster closer ties between the two countries in the field of aviation. Senior officials from the Khaimah Civil Aviation Authority and representatives from various UAE airlines, totaling 22 in number, were also present during the discussion.
The outcome of these talks holds significant potential for both nations, as an upgraded bilateral aviation agreement would enhance air travel connectivity, improve collaboration, and unlock new opportunities for passengers and airlines alike. The presence of senior officials from both civil aviation and tourism sectors further emphasizes the importance of this discussion in promoting mutual growth and development.