Article V Charges levied in the territory of a Contracting Party for the use of airports and other aerial facilities by aircraft of the designated airline of the other Party shall not exceed the charges paid by the aircraft of a national airline providing similar international air services. Deliveries of fuel, lubricants, spare parts, scheduled equipment and warehouses of aircraft imported or loaded into aircraft of the designated airline of a Contracting Party in the territory of the other Party, intended exclusively for their use by or in such aircraft and which remain on board from the last airport of call in that area, are granted; as regards customs duties, control charges or other similar charges, treatment which is no less favourable than that accorded by the Second Party to domestic air carriers providing scheduled international air services or to air carriers of the most-favoured-nation State. Unless no Party is required to grant the designated airline of the other Party exemption from customs duties, control duties or similar taxes, unless that other Party grants or imposes duties on the designated airline of the first Contracting Party. Article XI The aeronautical authorities of one Party shall communicate to the aeronautical authorities of the other Party statistics on the monthly traffic carried out on their air services to or from the territory of the other Contracting Party and indicating the points of embarkation and disembarkation of such traffic from or through the territory of the other Party. These statistics shall be presented as soon as possible. In view of the decision of the Governments of Singapore and Malaysia to entrust Malaysia-Singapore Airlines Limited with the sole performance of air services to be performed under their respective air transport agreements with the Government of India, it was recognised that account should be taken of the overall demand of Air India – the airline designated by the Government of India and Malaysia-Singapore Airlines Limited, in accordance with Article IX(1) of the Agreement and Understanding signed between the Government of India and the Government of Malaysia. Accordingly, subject to the provisions of the Agreement, it was agreed that: assistance to governmental organizations is provided by the security services provided by the debauaries, namely the SATS Security Services of Singapore Airport Terminal Services and Detos Security Management Private Limited, which have merged the airport security unit of Changi International Airport Services and other companies into a single island-wide auxiliary police unit. . . . .

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