The Republic of China (Taiwan) and Nauru Sign a Bilateral Air Services Agreement
Unscheduled news conferences
Department of Navigation and Aviation
Witnessed by President TSAI Ing-wen, the Republic of China (Taiwan) - Nauru Bilateral Air Services Agreement marks a meaningful day as Minister Lin Chia-Lung of the Ministry of Transportation and Communications of the Republic of China (Taiwan) and H. E. Lionel Rouwen AINGIMEA, President and Minister of Foreign Affairs & Trade of the Republic of Nauru, formally signed an Open Sky Air Services Agreement in Taipei. Airlines of both countries can now provide air services between the Republic of China (Taiwan) and Nauru accordingly. The Agreement includes 19 clauses of definitions, traffic rights, designation and authorization, recognition of certificates, safety, aviation security, user charges, customs duties, fair competition, capacity, tariffs, commercial opportunities, consultations, settlement of disputes, entry into force, and so on. The designated airlines by both sides can operate unlimited passenger and cargo flights between Taiwan and Nauru via any intermediate points and extend their flights to any beyond points. In the future, they can also provide convenient scheduled air services or cooperate with each other through code-sharing. The signing of this Air Services Agreement today manifests reinforcement of the friendship between the Republic of China (Taiwan) and the Republic of Nauru. The conclusion of this Agreement will bring a more flexible operating environment for airlines of both countries. Furthermore, the Agreement is beneficial to the expansion of the two airlines’ international network, contributing to greater convenience in terms of interactions among their peoples. Consequently, trade and tourism relations between the two countries will be further enhanced and consolidated.