BOSTON—Canada and Thailand have signed an updated air-transport agreement that removes limits on the airlines that can fly between the countries, and the cities they can serve. Under the new agreement, which follows a previous 1989 accord, Thai and Canadian carriers can fly an aggregate of 21 flights per week to either country. Of these routes, seven can be used for performing fifth-freedom flights, a Transport Canada statement said. The 1989 agreement named Air Canada and Thai ...

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