DALLAS – A partnership between Singapore Airlines (SQ) and Malaysia Airlines (HM) received conditional approval from the Competition and Consumer Commission of Singapore (CCCS) on Tuesday. This partnership would aim to grow traffic and tourism between Singapore, Malaysia, and other Southeast Asia markets.
The agreement was signed by the two airlines back in 2019 and will involve cooperation in areas including sales and marketing, as well as revenue sharing. It also looks to expand code sharing and grow traffic between the two countries and other distant markets such as Europe.
CCCS granted conditional approval of the partnership after accepting a set of read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”