An agreement (Air Service Agreement-ASA) has been signed between Bangladesh and Austria for aviation.
The agreement was signed at an informal ceremony in the Austrian capital, Vienna, on Monday (June 8th).
The agreement was signed by Bangladesh’s Ambassador to Austria Muhammad Abdul Muhith and Austria’s Ambassador to the European and International Relations Ministry Andreas Riken on behalf of their respective countries.
According to a press release received in Dhaka on Tuesday, the air service agreement will improve the civil aviation business between Bangladesh and Austria and enrich trade and trade between the two countries and increase people-to-people contacts between the two countries.
In addition, the agreement is expected to help make Vienna a “regional hub” for Central, Eastern, and Northern European countries, including Scandinavia.
It is to be noted that as a result of this agreement, the process of passenger and cargo aviation between Bangladesh and Vienna will start soon.
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