Posted by Ashley Waterman
Those with a property investment in Dubai may be interested to hear of the newly signed agreement between the UAE and Cyprus.
A Memorandum of Understanding has been agreed by representatives of both countries, to enable an increasing number flights between them.
The arrangement will mean that there are now nine weekly flights for designated UAE airlines.
It required both delegations to decide modifying of article 3 of the Air Services Agreement, which was originally signed in 1999.
Mr Omar Bin Ghaleb, deputy director general of the UAE General Civil Aviation Authority(comma) signed on behalf of Dubai and Michael Constantinides, permanent secretary for the Ministry of Communications and Works, signed the documentation for Cyprus.
The General Civil Aviation Authority of Dubai was established in 1996 to oversea aviation security and safety measures in the UAE and surroundings areas.
It makes claim to executing bold initiatives, including the bringing up to date of Dubai's air traffic control centre and creating new facilities in order for UAE civil aviation to expand.