In 1946, on the isle of Bermuda, U.S. and British negotiators reached the Bermuda Agreement, the first bilateral Air Transport Agreement regulating civil air transport. A bilateral Air Transport Agreement (also sometimes called a bilateral Air Service Agreement) is an agreement which two nations sign to allow civil aviation between their territories. ... Aviation or Air transport refers to the activities surrounding mechanical flight and the aircraft industry. ...
This agreement was the first – and set an example for – the many bilateral air agreements to come, currently approximately 3000.
The Bermuda Agreement was expanded in 1977.
Agreement between the government of the United Kingdom and the government of the United States relating to Air Services between their respective Territories, Bermuda, 11 February 1946
Agreement between the government of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northeren Ireland and the government of the United States concerning Air Services, Bermuda, 23 July 1977 Bermuda II is an Air Services Agreement or ASA (a bilateral government-to-government agreement regarding air services) between the United States and United Kingdom. ...
Bermuda College will offer the core curriculum that includes liberal arts, science and beginning nursing courses and the students will complete the requirements for an associate degree in applied sciences.
Bermuda College is the only degree granting educational institution in Bermuda.
Additionally, Bermuda College signed an agreement with the Bermuda Hospital Board to collaborate in the offering of courses at the hospital facilities and in providing financial assistance for those students who pledge to return to Bermuda to work in nursing after graduation.
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