The European Commission last Wednesday signed an aviation agreement which will allow European airlines to fly between New Zealand and any EU member state. The agreement does not replace the existing bilateral agreements between the EU member states and New Zealand but the commission clarified that it “brings them in line with EU law, by removing the nationality restrictions contained in bilateral air service agreements.” Outlining the underlying factors for opening such negotiations, the commiss...

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