South Korea, Singapore revise air services agreement

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South Korea and Singapore have agreed to grant unlimited codesharing rights, in a revised air services agreement.

Carriers from the two countries will be able to offer unlimited codeshares to a third country in a bid to improve travellers' access, says South Korea’s ministry of land, infrastructure and transport.

The agreement was also amended to include provision for the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787 to be operated between the two countries.

Flightglobal’s FlightMaps Analytics show that Asiana Airlines, Korean Air and Singapore Airlines are the only carriers that operate services between Singapore and Seoul.