It is back to the future for Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines, who signed codeshare agreements to compete with the new LCCs operating out of Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. Under the deal, SIA and its regional subsidiary SilkAir will codeshare on a variety of Malaysia Airlines routes starting March 27. SIA and MAS split in 1972 and relations have been cool for decades, but the impending Asean Free Skies starts in 2008. Both airlines have taken the strategic decision to build market ...

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