Singapore signs Open Skies Agreement with Micronesia
Singapore has concluded an Open Skies Agreement (OSA) with Micronesia.
Under the agreement, airlines of both countries will be able to fly between Singapore and any points in Micronesia, and beyond to any third country, without restrictions.
The OSA was signed on Monday in Singapore by Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew and his Micronesian counterpart, Francis Itimai.
Mr Lui says the signing of the agreement reflects the warm bilateral ties between the two countries and underscores their commitment to establish a fully liberal air services framework.
With this latest agreement, Singapore has established more than 120 Air Services Agreements, of which more than 50 are OSAs.
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