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Singapore and Guyana sign Open Skies Agreement

Singapore and Guyana tightened their aviation ties after signing an Open Skies Agreement on the fringes of the Singapore Airshow 2018.

The landmark Air Services Agreement would pave the way for airlines of the two nations to operate services between them and to any third country without restrictions on capacity, frequency, kind of aircraft or routing.

Cargo carriers from each nation would also be allowed to base their aircraft in each other’s countries and go from there to any third country as well.

Minister for Education and Second Minister for Transport Ng Chee Meng, who was one of the signatories, said:

“This agreement will open up new opportunities for our carriers, enable greater movement of people and goods between the two countries, and benefit our economies and businesses.”

He also saw the pact as a “testament to the strong bilateral partnership between Singapore and Guyana.”

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