UK and Singapore concluded a significant aviation services agreement that removes all restrictions on flights operated by airlines of both countries and includes beyond and domestic rights in the UK. The deal was reached almost two decades after Singapore first proposed it. The Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation said the deal "virtually guarantees Singapore Airlines will jettison its [49%] stake in Virgin Atlantic and mount additional services to Heathrow and beyond to the US in a staged ...

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