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Malaysia and Singapore strengthen aviation ties.

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The national airlines of Malaysia and Singapore signed an expanded code-sharing agreement on Thursday (24 February).

Malaysian Airline System Bhd (MAS) and Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA) said they would add more code-share flights between the two Southeast Asian countries, extending their agreement to involve the Singapore carrier's regional unit, Silk Air. MAS and SIA were once a single airline called Malaysia-Singapore Airways until they split in 1971.

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Title Annotation:Malaysia Airline System Bhd., Singapore Airlines Ltd.
Publication:Airline Industry Information
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:9SING
Date:Feb 25, 2005
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