European Union Friday advanced its aim to liberalize international air transport broadly, reaching terms with Singapore and opening for signature an agreement to create a single European air market by 2010. The "horizontal" agreement with Singapore, which removes nationality restrictions contained in bilateral accords between that country and individual EU member states, is the first the EU has signed with an Asian economy. The deal allows any EU airline to operate flights between any EU ...

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