India and the Netherlands have modified their air services agreement, permitting air carriers from both countries to operate seven additional flights per week, taking up the weekly frequency from 21 to 28. Besides, the capacity cap at the destination has also been removed. Meanwhile, India and the UK have also signed an MoU to ease restrictions on the number of scheduled flights between the two countries. As per the MoU, limits on flights from key Indian cities, including Chennai and Kolkata, have been removed and all destinations in the UK have been opened to Indian carriers for code-share flights. Reciprocally, UK carriers can also operate code-share flights to any international airport in India through domestic code-share arrangements.