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Singapore – The Republic has signed an open skies agreement with the western Pacific island nation of Palau.

The Ministry of Transport on Monday said airlines could fly any number of passenger and cargo services under the agreement.

And you can operate without restrictions on capacity, frequency, aircraft type, or routing schedule.

S. Iswaran, Minister for Transport and Minister for Trade, signed an agreement with President Surangel Whipps Jr. of Palau.

Iswaran said the agreement marks the close and growing relationship between the two countries.

“As the aviation sector recovers from the Covid-19 pandemic, this agreement demonstrates our commitment to further enhance our connectivity for the benefit of trade, tourism, business and our people. I will double check.” Singapore Signs Open Skies Agreement with Palau

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