Singapore and Indonesia have agreed to expand air links, opening up the skies between the two nations to new routes, more frequent flights and lower fares.
A Lion Air plane approaches Changi Airport on May 9, 2012. The budget carrier says it welcomes the opportunity to fly new routes between Indonesia and Singapore and other Asian destinations. (AFP PHOTO)
Indonesian airlines, including national carrier Garuda and budget airline Lion Air, have also been given permission to fly from Singapore to other Asian destinations, subject to Indonesian government approval, according to a report in the Straits Times.
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