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AVIATION | Staff Reporter, Singapore

Singapore inks open skies agreement with Kiribati

Flights will not be restricted based on capacity, frequency, aircraft type, and routing.

Singapore signed an open skies agreement with Kiribati to enable both countries to fly any number of services between both countries.

According to a press release, the services will have no restriction on capacity, frequency, aircraft type and routing.

Moreover, cargo carriers from both countries will be able to use either country as a hub for operations to any third country.

With the Singapore-Kiribati Air Services Agreement (ASA), Singapore has concluded Air Services Agreements with more than 140 States and Territories, of which over 70 are Open Skies Agreements.

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