26 April 2009

Singapore and Malaysia agree on new air routes and increased capacity

On 14 April 2009 the Singapore Ministry of Transport announced that Malaysia and Singapore had agreed to new routes and increased frequency of air services opportunities for the airlines of their two countries under their bilateral air services agreement.

This followed an earlier 6 October 2008 announcement about the outcome of negotiations that created opportunities for the low-cost carriers of the two countries on three East Malaysia-Singapore routes.

1 comment:

spearman said...

It's actually about time we see more of an open skies arrangement between Malaysia and Singapore to stimulate both Malaysia travel and Singapore travel. Carriers such as AirAsia and Tiger Airways should be given the chance to compete on price and service.