Singapore: New air services agreement for Singapore, Japan

Singapore and Japan recently announced an expanded air services agreement that will nearly double the number of passenger flights Singaporeanairlines can operate to Tokyo and also allow carriers from both nations tooperate unlimited passenger and cargoflights between Singapore and all citiesin Japan other than Tokyo. Under the agreement, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of […]


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Singapore and Japan recently announced an expanded air services agreement that will nearly double the number of passenger flights Singaporeanairlines can operate to Tokyo and also allow carriers from both nations tooperate unlimited passenger and cargoflights between Singapore and all citiesin Japan other than Tokyo.

Under the agreement, according to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, Singaporean carriers will be allowed to operate four daily flights between Singapore and Tokyo Haneda from October 2010. In addition, they will be allowed to increase the number of flights between Singapore and Tokyo Narita from March 2010. The expanded agreement also allows Singaporean carriers to operate passenger flights beyond Osaka and Nagoya to the US, while Japanese carriers will be allowed to operate passenger flights beyond Singapore to India and the Middle East.