S'pore to sign Open Skies Agreement with Poland
Singapore will sign an Open Skies Agreement with Poland this week, when Transport Minister Lui Tuck Yew visits the Polish capital of Warsaw.
Under the OSA, designated airlines of both sides will be able to fly between Singapore and Poland, via and beyond to any third country, without restrictions in capacity, frequency, or aircraft type.
But first he will head for the German city of Leizig, where he'll attend the International Transport Forum (ITF) Annual Summit.
The Transport Ministry says that during his visit, Mr Lui will be meeting his counterparts to exchange views on transport developments and explore the opportunities for enhanced transport co-operation between Singapore and other States, and also between ASEAN and other regions.
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