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France—Gibraltar—Morocco Air Service

Volume 570: debated on Thursday 28 March 1996

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asked Her Majesty's Government:In view of the European Community's Third Aviation Package and the air service arrangements between the United Kingdom and France which would empower an airline designated by France to call at Gibraltar en route to Morocco, whether France has any agreement similar to that outlined in the Exchange of Notes between the United Kingdom and Morocco (Cm 6798).

The UK-France air services agreement would permit an airline designated by France to operate a service to Morocco via Gibraltar picking up passengers in Gibraltar en route. The French carrier would also require permission from the Moroccan authorities under the France-Morocco air services arrangements, the full details of which are not publicly available.