Roemenië en Sambia inkten iepen loften behannelje Singapore

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Reizen fan Singapore nei Roemenië en Zambia is krekt in stik makliker wurden, om't de trije twa aparte Open Skies-oerienkomsten (OSA's) hawwe opslein om folsleine fleksibiliteit op lofttsjinsten mooglik te meitsjen.

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Reizen fan Singapore nei Roemenië en Zambia is krekt in stik makliker wurden, om't de trije twa aparte Open Skies-oerienkomsten (OSA's) hawwe opslein om folsleine fleksibiliteit op lofttsjinsten mooglik te meitsjen.

According to the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore, the OSA between Singapore and Romania allows Singapore carriers to operate any number of passenger and cargo flights between Singapore and points in Romania, as well as beyond Romania to any other city in the world. Likewise, Romania carriers may operate any number of flights to and beyond Singapore. With this, Singapore has sealed OSAs with 16 countries in the European Union.

“The Singapore-Zambia OSA similarly allows both passenger and cargo carriers of Singapore and Zambia to operate any number of flights between and beyond both countries to any other city worldwide,” CAAA said. “This is Singapore’s first OSA with an African country.”

Beide paktes oer iepen loften waarden ynkleure yn 'e International Services Aviation Organization (ICAO) Air Services Negotiation Conference hâlden yn Dubai, Feriene Arabyske Emiraten, fan 24-27 novimber 2008. It ynaugurele evenemint wie diel fan' e poging fan ICAO om in "one-stop" út te fieren winkel ”platfoarm om de effisjinsje fan it bilaterale ûnderhannelingsproses te ferbetterjen fia in sintraal moetingsplak wêr't lannen ferskate bilaterale konsultaasjes oer lofttsjinsten mei-inoar kinne fiere.

"De ynspanningen fan ICAO hawwe in handich platfoarm levere om lannen lykas Singapore te fasilitearjen foar it liberalisearjen fan lofttsjinsten," sei CAAA-direkteur-generaal en CEO Lim Kim Choon.

He added: “Such agreements would provide carriers of the respective countries with the full flexibility to respond quickly to market opportunities, as and when they arise. The successful conclusion of the two agreements is also a clear reflection of the warm bilateral ties that Singapore enjoys with Zambia and Romania, as well as our respective countries’ firm commitment to promote liberalisation in the aviation industry.”

Mei dizze twa oerienkomsten hat Singapore OSA's sluten mei mear as 30 lannen.

Oant hjoed wurdt Changi Airport betsjinne troch 82 plande loftfeartmaatskippijen dy't mear as 4,470 wyklikse plande flechten operearje nei 189 stêden yn 60 lannen.

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