On February 4, 2018, Guyana signed an Air Services Agreement with Singapore.
According to a press release on Tuesday from the Guyana Civil Aviation Authority, under the Agreement, the airlines of Guyana and Singapore will be able to fly any number of services between both countries as well as beyond to any third country, with no restrictions on capacity, frequency, aircraft type and routing.
Further, cargo carriers will be able to base aircraft in each other’s countries and use the base as a hub for operations to any third country. The agreement also makes provision for code-sharing where airlines of both countries can partner with other airlines to service each other’s market.
The Air Services Agreement (ASA) was signed on the sidelines of the Singapore Leadership Summit and Airshow 2018 by Singapore’s Minister for Education (Schools) and Second Minister for Transport, Ng Chee Meng, and the Minister within the Ministry of Public Infrastructure, Annette Ferguson.