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Aruba And Brazil Update Aviation Agreement

by Amanda Banks, Tax-News.com, London

14 September 2006


Aruba's Minister of Tourism and Transport, Edison Briesen, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with the aviation authorities of Brazil.

The new deal expands on an existing agreement, which was signed in 1988, by allowing airline companies to fly to unlimited destinations. Previously, only certain companies could get a permit to certain destinations. It will now include all airlines.

There are also no limitations on the number of passengers under the new agreement. Additionally, the number of weekly flights allowed is increased from 2 to 7.

Aruba and Brazil have also agreed that the countries will try to exempt fuel, material, and parts for airplanes flying under the agreement from taxation.

Welcoming the MoU, Briesen praised the spirit of cooperation displayed by Brazil in the lead up to the agreement.

“I must say that the Brazilian companies have always shown interest for the possibilities that Aruba has to offer as hub between Brazil and other destinations," he observed.


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