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S'pore, Colombia ink air travel deal
S'pore, Colombia ink air travel deal SINGAPORE: The airlines of Singapore and Colombia will have the flexibility to operate any number of direct passenger services between both countries. They can also operate, under certain restrictions, up to seven weekly passenger services and seven weekly cargo services between, and beyond, both countries. These have been made possible by an Air Services Agreement (ASA) between Singapore and Colombia. The agreement was signed by Singapore's Acting Minister for Foreign Affairs and Minister for Transport Lui Tuck Yew and Colombia's Minister of Foreign Affairs María Ángela Holguín Cuéllar on Monday. The signing took place on the sidelines of a state visit by Colombian President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón. Mr Santos is on a three-day state visit to Singapore, from Sunday to Tuesday. ~News courtesy of Channel Newsasia~
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