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New Zealand's air service agreements, 2012 (3rd of 3)

In June 2012 New Zealand had air service agreements (ASAs) with the countries listed above. ASAs are agreements between the country in which an airline is based and a country to which it intends to run services. These can be bilateral agreements, between two countries, or multilateral agreements, between a group of countries. ASAs contain provisions on traffic rights (the routes planes fly and the cities served), capacity (the number of flights and passengers), the number and ownership of airlines operating between the countries, and the prices involved (including any tariffs imposed).

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K. J. Keith, 'International law - What is international law?', Te Ara - the Encyclopedia of New Zealand, (accessed 28 January 2021)

Story by K. J. Keith, published 20 Jun 2012