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This file was originally catalogued under more than one subject heading. Those headings, and details of this file, are as follows: AERODROMES: General (Code 4/2): Persian Gulf aerodromes: air agreements with Bahrain, Kuwait and Muscat. COLONIAL AND FOREIGN (Code: 11/1): Persian Gulf aerodromes: air agreements with Britian Kuwait and Muscat. ROUTES AND SERVICES: Foreign (Code 27/2): Foreign, 1937-1939
This file concerns the revision of the civil air agreements made between the UK and Bahrain, and the UK and the Sultanate of Muscat and Oman.
Air Agreement between UK and Bahrain: draft amendment and new Air Navigation Regulations; clearance of non-scheduled flights to Bahrain and Sharjah. Code GA file 60 (papers 24 to 40), 1953
This file contains correspondence relating to: Procedures regarding the clearance of non-scheduled and private flights to or through Gulf territories (24, 29, 35, 37, 39) UK-Bahrain Air Navigation Agreement and Regulations, including: the renewal of the agreement and the application of regulations to Commonwealth military aircraft; the amended draft agreement [enclosed]; the presentation of the agreement to the Ruler of Bahrain and tenders for the construction of the new runway; and the discovery that the Air Navigation Regulations agreed by the Ruler in the previous year were never gi
Negotiation for revision of the UK-Bahrain Air Agreement; offer of US surplus glide-path equipment for use at Bahrain or Sharjah. Code GA file 60 (papers 27 to end), 1952
This file contains correspondence relating to: Proposal to hold a meeting at Ariel House to discuss the draft of the revised agreement with Bahrain (27) Discussion on the proposed appointment of Mr Champniss as Aerodrome Commandant at Bahrain (28) Draft of the revised Bahrain Civil Air Agreement with the Ruler of Bahrain, Sheikh Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa (29) Revised Civil Air Agreement statement on the working arrangement between Cable & Wireless Ltd. and International Aeradio Ltd.
Negotiation for revision of the UK-Bahrain Air Agreement; offer of US surplus glide-path equipment for use at Bahrain or Sharjah. Code GA file 60 (papers 1 to 26), 1952
This file contains correspondence relating to: Protest from British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) at the transhipment tax levied by Bahrain customs on all goods transmitted from one aircraft to another (1) Payments of rental and services at Bahrain airport to the Ruler of Bahrain Sheikh Salman Bin Hamad Al Khalifa (2) Policy in relation to the amendments of re-registration of the UK Bahrain Civil Air Agreement (3) Revision of the UK Bahrain Civil Air Agreement (4) Extension of the air strip at Doha (5, 7) Query on Treasury approval for the post of civil aerodrome commanda