New Delhi, May 15 (UNI) India and Singapore today signed an agreement to promote cooperation in civil aviation.
The agreement was inked by Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) CEO Lim Kim Choon and Airports Authority of India (AAI) Chairman K Ramalingam.
Under the arrangement, CAAS and AAI can tap on each other's experience in airport operations and learn from each other's best practices.
Both organisations will share knowledge in areas of airport management and operations, and exchange information on civil aviation programmes and projects.
The agreement will also pave the way for coordination in training, research and development programmes.
''The agreement is another step forward in the close relationship between CAAS and AAI,'' Mr Lim said.
''With strong growth in the Indian aviation market and increasing air links between our two countries, this agreement will enable CAAS and AAI to actively engage one another in joint discussions and learn from each other's areas of expertise,'' he said.
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