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Singapore has signed Open Skies Agreements with Sierra Leone, Slovenia and Tanzania.
MONTREAL: Singapore has signed Open Skies Agreements with Sierra Leone, Slovenia and Tanzania.
The signing took place on the sidelines of the International Civil Aviation Organisation Assembly in Montreal, Canada.
The agreements were signed by Tranport Minister Lui Tuck Yew and his counterparts.
A statement from the Transport Ministry said under each of the agreements, designated airlines will be able to fly between Singapore and the other country, as well as via and beyond to any third country, without restrictions in capacity, frequency or aircraft type.
Mr Lui said the agreements underscore Singapore's commitment to establishing a liberal air services framework in Singapore and internationally.
With these agreements, Singapore now has Air Services Agreements with more than 120 countries, of which more than 50 are Open Skies Agreements.