Thus, Article 21 (Dispute Settlement) of the 2010 Air Services Agreement between the Governments of the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Government of the People`s Republic of China applies: ”In the event of a dispute between the Parties, the aviation authorities of the Parties concerned shall endeavour to settle the dispute through consultation. If there is no agreement, it will be settled through diplomatic channels. » 2010 Air Services Agreement between the Governments of the Member States of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Government of the People`s Republic of China ASEAN Transport Instruments Table and Ratification Status (status as at 1 July 2019) ”2.3. Each Party shall finalize its relevant domestic legal procedures necessary for the entry into force of this Protocol. At the end of its domestic law procedure, each Party shall notify the depositary of a written notification which shall immediately inform each Party of such deposit. . 2.4. This Protocol shall enter into force on the day of deposit of (a) China`s written notification to the depositary; (b) written notifications from at least two ASEAN Member States, whichever is later, and shall enter into force only between the Parties which have deposited their written notifications. For each Party which files its written notifications after the entry into force of the Protocol, the Protocol shall enter into force for that Contracting Party on the date of deposit of its written notification. Protocol No. 2 of 2014 on the rights of fifth freedom traffic between the Contracting Parties.

In accordance with Article 1(3) and Annex III to the 2010 Air Services Agreement between the Governments of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations and the Government of the People`s Republic of China, this Protocol is one of the `Implementing Protocols which shall be part of the former`. 2014 AC-ATA/ASEAN-China Open Skies Agreement (OSA) Protocol 2. . . .