Australia Extends Singapore’s Rights For Flight Training

Credit: An RSAF PC-21 (rear) with Australian trainers, all based at RAAF Pearce: Commonwealth of Australia
KUALA LUMPUR—The Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) will have access to an air base in Western Australia for a further 25 years under an agreement signed on Aug. 21. Subject to ratification by the Australian parliament, which is unlikely to be withheld, the treaty extends a 1993 memorandum of...

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