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EXCHANGE OF LETTERS BETWEEN CIVIL AERONAUTICS ADMINISTRATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF CHINA AND DEPARTMENT OF CIVIL AVIATION OF THE REPUBLIC OF SINGAPORE AMENDING THE AGREEMENT OF EXCHANGE OF TRAFFIC RIGHTS-1

Ⅰ Letter from Mr. Tan Kwang Hung, AG Director of Civil Aviation of the Republic of Singapore, to Mr. Y. T. Mao, Director Gen- eral of Civil Aeronautics Administration of the Republic of China.DCA/AA 021/664 August 1975Dear SirAIR ROUTE CERTIFICATE NUMBER 1781 I have the honour to refer to your letter of 4 July 1975 in r- eply to my letter of 27 May 1975 nominating Seoul as a point beyond Taipei to be operated by Singapore Airlines under Air Route Certificate Number 178.2 With regard to paragraph 2 of your letter under reference nom- inating Jeddah as a point beyond Singapore, I note that Jeddah is not in a general southerly direction relative to Kuala Lum- pur and Singapore as provided for in Operating Permit Number 4 or 1968 issued to China Airlines. However, the Government of the Republic of Singapore is prepared to accept the nomination of Jeddah provided the Government of the Republic of Singapore is allowed at a later date to nominate a point which may not be in a general northerly direction relative to Taipei in sub- stitution for Seoul.3 It is suggested that your reply in the affirmative to paragra- ph 2 of this letter shall automatically constitute an agreeme- nt between us with immediate effect for Singapore Airlines to extend its services through Taipei onward to Seoul and for Ch- ina Airlines to extend its services through Singapore onward to Jeddah.Yours faithfully, (Signed) TAN KWANG HUNG AG DIRECTOR OF CIVIL AVIATION REPUBLIC OF SINGAPOREDirector GeneralCivil Aeronautics AdministrationMinistry of CommunicationsREPUBLIC OF CHINAⅡ Letter from Mr. Y. T. Mao, Director General of Civil Aeronau- tics Administration of the Republic of China, to Mr. Tan kwa- ng Hung, AG Director of Civil Aviation of the Republic of Si- ngaporeRef. PLIA-75 August 13,1975Dear Sir,1 Reference is made to your letter DCA/AA 021/66 dated 4 Augu- st 1975 proposing nomination at a later date by the Government of the Republic of Singapore of a point which may not be in a general northerly direction relative to Taipei in substitution for Seoul, in return for your accepting nomination by the Gov- ernment of the Republic of China of Jeddah as a point beyond singapore.2 I have the honor to apprise you that we concur with the above- said proposal.3 On the strength of this letter or reply a formal agreement, as we mutually consented to, is hereby consummated between our t- wo authorities with immediate effect for China Airlines to ex- tend its services through Singapore onward to Jeddah and for Singapore Airlines to extend its services through Taipei onwa- rd to Seoul.Yours faithfully (Signed) Lt. Gen. Y.T. Mao, CAF (Ret.) Director GeneralDirectorDepartment of Civil AviationSingapore AirportSingapore 19Republic of Singapore