U.S. SIGNS OPEN-SKIES AGREEMENT WITH POLAND
The United States has signed an aviation agreement with Poland that will liberalize air services to, from and beyond the territories of the two nations.
The so-called “open-skies” agreement eliminates restrictions on how often carriers can fly, the kind of aircraft they can use, and the prices they can charge.
The agreement, which applies to both passenger and cargo services, takes full effect on Dec. 31, 2003. Freedoms will be phased in during a transitional period until then.