Among the results of this open-ski agreement are, for example: let`s break down parts of the „open ski” agreement and see what that means. Since 2002, 40 missions have been organised over the UK. There were 24 quota missions carried out by: Russia – 20; Ukraine – three; and Sweden – one. There were 16 training flights from: Benelux (jointly with Estonia); Estonia (in conjunction with the Benelux); Georgia – three (a commune with Sweden); Sweden – three (a commune with Georgia); United States – three; Latvia; Lithuania; Romania; Slovenia; Yugoslavia.  Also since 2002, the United Kingdom has carried out a total of 51 open-air missions – 38 quota missions in the following countries: Ukraine (five); Georgia (seven) and Russia (26); 13 missions were training missions in the following nations: Bulgaria; Yugoslavia; Estonia; Slovenia (three); Sweden (three); United States; Latvia, Lithuania and Benelux. Flights cost approximately $50,000 per mission and approximately $25,000 for training missions with approximately $175,000 per year.  Thirty-four years later, U.S. President George H.W. Bush reintroduced the concept of „open skies” to build trust and security between all the countries of the North Atlantic Treaty (NATO) and the Warsaw Pact. In February 1990, an open-air international conference opened in Ottawa, Canada, with the participation of all NATO Pact and Warsaw Pact countries. Rounds of negotiations were then held in Budapest, Hungary; Vienna, Austria; Helsinki, Finland.  The Brattle Group recently completed a large study in which it was found that air traffic would increase and fares would decrease if existing restrictions were lifted.
At the request of the European Commission, we analysed the economic impact of creating a single and open air transport market for Europe and the United States. We have come to the conclusion that an open aviation zone between the EU and the US will follow: the `open skies` agreement between the EU and the US, signed in 2007, allows the following transport between the EU and the United States:  One of the most important aspects of transport and tourism, not only in Europe, but also around the world, is the ability to maintain international relations and travel between countries. To ensure open traffic between the United States and Europe, there is what is known as the „open skies” agreement. It is therefore a fundamental explanation of what the „open skies” agreement is and what it is used to. Do you have any other ideas? Leave your comments in the field below! To learn more about this topic, I recommend you check out some of the key texts in this area such as air marketing and management of Steven Shaw or Air Transport Management: An International Perspective by Lucy Budd.