Singapore and Jamaica sign open skies deal

Singapore and Jamaica sign open skies deal

Singapore and Jamaica have inked an open skies deal that allows carriers on both sides to fly freely between the two countries.


Get the full story from The Straits Times.

Here is the full statement from the Ministry of Transport:

Singapore has concluded an Open Skies Agreement (OSA) with Jamaica. Under the OSA, designated airlines will be able to fly between Singapore and Jamaica, via and beyond to any third country, without restrictions in capacity, frequency or aircraft type.

The OSA was signed on 25 November 2013 by Mr Lui Tuck Yew, Minister for Transport, and Dr Morais Guy, Minister without Portfolio, Ministry of Transport, Works and Housing of Jamaica, on the sidelines of the 28th International Maritime Organization Assembly in London, United Kingdom.

Mr Lui said, "The signing of this OSA reflects the warm bilateral ties between Singapore and Jamaica, and underscores both countries' commitment to establish a fully liberal air services framework which allows our carriers to react quickly to market demand when opportunities arise."

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