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Singapore signs Open Skies Agreement with Kiribati

Singapore has signed an Open Skies Agreement with Kiribati that allows both nations to operate any number of flights between them.

The agreement stipulates that flights would not have any restrictions or limitations on capacity, frequency, aircraft type, and routing.

Additionally, cargo carriers coming from both countries would be allowed to use either country as a hub for operations to any third country.

With this new agreement, Singapore has now settled Air Services Agreements with over 140 states and territories. Of these, more than 70 are Open Skies Agreements.

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