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U.S.-Egypt Attachment B of Memorandum of Conversation (Memcon) of June 24, 1997


June 24, 1997

   
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ATTACHMENT B

The Schedule to the Air Transport Services Agreement

Between the United States of America and the United Arab

Republic signed in Cairo on May 5, 1964 (the "Agreement") shall

be amended to read as follows :

SCHEDULE

1 . An airline or airlines designated by the Government of

the United States shall be entitled to operate air services

on each of the air routes specified via intermediate

points, in both directions, and to make scheduled landings

in the Arab Republic of Egypt at the points specified in

this paragraph :

United States to Cairo and Alexandria, and thence to

Dhahran or Riyadh, and beyond,/1 via :

(a) Ireland, France, Switzerland, Italy, and Greece ;

(b) Portugal, Spain, Italy, and Greece ;

(c) Portugal, Spain, North African points ; and

(d) Ireland, The United Kingdom, Federal Republic

of Germany, and intermediate points .

2 . An airline or airlines designated by the Government of

the Arab Republic of Egypt shall be entitled to operate air

services on each of the air routes specified via

intermediate points in both directions, and to make

scheduled landings in the United States at the points

specified in this paragraph :

Arab Republic of Egypt to New York, Los Angeles, two

additional points in the United States, to be selected

by diplomatic note, and beyond to Montreal and/or

Toronto, via :

a .

Greece, Italy, Switzerland, France, and Ireland ;

and

b .

Greece, Italy, Switzerland, Federal Republic of

Germany, United Kingdom, and Ireland .

3 . Points on any of the specified routes may, at the

option of the designated airline, be omitted on any or all

flights .

Beyond service to Dubai shall be limited to all-cargo

services .

 



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