Singapore and India enhance air services agreement

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Singapore and India have agreed to increase the available capacity between the two countries.

The enhanced bilateral air services agreement was signed by India's civil aviation minister Ajit Singh, who is on a visit to Singapore in early April, together with Singapore's transport minister Lui Tuck Yew.

Singapore's ministry of transport (MOT) says that the agreement has been "enhanced to include more capacity entitlements". A spokeswoman, however, could not provide any further details when contacted by Flightglobal Pro.

The MOT adds that both countries have agreed to meet regularly to review the bilateral agreement.

Innovata schedules show that there are 375 direct passenger flights per week between Singapore and destinations in India.