Nepal-Singapore ASA deal

KATHMANDU: The new Nepal and Singapore Air Services Agreement allows their respective airlines to operate 28 weekly passenger services. Fourteen of 28 weekly passenger services can be operated via intermediate points and to a few beyond those points in third countries. It also allows air carriers of both countries to operate 14 weekly cargo services, of which seven weekly cargo services via any intermediate point. Nagendra Prasad Ghimire, secretary at the Ministry of Tourism and Civil Aviation of Nepal, and Choi Shing Kwok, permanent secretary, Singapore’s Ministry of Transport, inked the deal.