Singapore, Greece agree to expand bilateral Air Services Agreement

19-Jun-2010 Intellasia | CNA | 7:01 AM Print This Post

Singapore and Greece have agreed to expand the Air Services Agreement between both countries.

Under the expanded bilateral agreement, carriers from Singapore and Greece are allowed to operate unlimited cargo flights between and beyond the two countries.

There will also be unlimited “hubbing” rights for cargo operations for carriers of both countries.

For example, Singapore carriers will be allowed to base their aircraft in Greece and use Greece as a hub to operate to any other country.

The same privilege applies to Greek carriers.

The expanded agreement further allows carriers from both countries to operate unlimited passenger services between the two countries, and up to 14 weekly passenger services beyond them to any city worldwide.

At present, Singapore Airlines operates twice-weekly passenger services between Singapore and the capital city of Greece, Athens.


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