QR page 91
EK (ok) Dubai on page 95. (Note: I recall a flight cap too, but the pdf doesn't list it.)
I'm not certain, but I believe EY is part of the old Gulf Air bilateral and thus is 11,186 seat/week (pg. 81).
India usually includes an aircraft size limit ("capacity not exceeding B747" or a seat cap of 250 or 400 is very typical). I do not see this with the Qatar/UAE bilaterals in this document, but it is certainly in the long form keeping EK's A380s out of India.
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Quokka From , joined Dec 1969, posts, RR:
Reply 4, posted (2 years 11 months 1 week 6 days 1 hour ago) and read 1463 times:
I can't remember where I downloaded it from but a copy of the UAE (Dubai) MOU dated 10th May 2007, gives the following weekly figures for EK with effect from July 2008 -
Sorry, I haven't come across anything more recent.
While the MOU gave the Indian side full rights operate to Dubai via any intermediate points and beyond with 5th freedom rights, the UAE (Dubai) side were granted roghts via intermediate points and beyond, without 5th freedom unless specifically agreed.