India has an open skies policy with SAARC countries and those beyond the 5,000-km radius.
Open Sky Agreements are bilateral agreements that the two countries negotiate to provide rights for airlines to offer international passenger and cargo services. It expands international passenger and cargo flights.
India has Air Service Agreements (ASA) with 109 countries including UAE. But, India does not allow unlimited number of flights between two countries.
Open skies between India and UAE will allow unlimited number of flights to the selected cities of each other’s countries.