4. Both delegations noted the importance for the public and air carriers to be certain about the availability of services. To this end, they agreed that any request for an intergovernmental review of the proposed additional timetable should be submitted within 30 days of the date of receipt of the notification by the Indian government and that any consultation should be initiated within 30 days of the application and be completed as soon as possible. Delegations agreed that, during the consultations, the parties would also have relevant transport statistics, in addition to all other issues to be submitted by India and the United States. It was also agreed that such consultations would take place in India. 1. During the approval of the I.A.T.A. traffic conference process. either a particular fare agreement is not approved by one of the parties within a reasonable period of time, either an I.A.T.A. conference fails to agree on a fare, or the interests of the other party`s airlines are taken into account in the airline service of one of the parts of the international air services described in the this agreement.

so as not to over-affect the services it provides on all or part of the same lines. (c) the traffic requirements of the area by which the airline sails after taking local and regional services into account. Virgin Atlantic is currently in the process of working on a codeshare agreement with Air India and has made it clear that it believes it should be a priority in rescheduling. 2. Both delegations found that, under the provisional operating authorizations previously granted by the Indian government, the level of service is currently two return flights per week for each of the two U.S. airlines serving India-Trans World Airlines and Pan American World Airways, and that services under the operating licence will continue at this level after the agreement enters into force until they are increased in accordance with the following procedures.