Two Asia-Pacific airlines, Malaysia Airlines and Singapore Airlines, have shaken hands on a partnership agreement, pending regulatory approval. The agreement follows up on the Memorandum of Understanding, signed in June 2019. The two airlines have included their subsidiaries, namely Firefly, Silk Air and Scoot in the new partnership, which outlines sharing revenues on flights between the two countries, and will expand their code sharing network on regional and long-haul routes. Previously, the two airlines only shared their flight codes on flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur, Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Penang.
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