KARACHI - Turkish Airlines' customers travelling between Istanbul and Singapore will have a choice of ten flights a week, as a result of a new code-share agreement between Singapore Airlines and Turkish Airlines. From Istanbul and Dubai, customers will be able to enjoy the convenience of Singapore Airlines' wide network of connections to Singapore, and other popular destinations in the Asia Pacific. Singapore Airlines' network covers 67 destinations in 35 countries. Customers from Singapore will also be able to connect on Turkish Airlines' network to any of their 111 international destinations including routes to Turkey, Central Asia and the ME. The signing ceremony held at Fairmont Hotel, Singapore, on Monday, signified the forging of a closer relationship between the airlines, both members of Star Alliance. "We are delighted to conclude a code-share arrangement with Turkish Airlines. This is a testament to the growing relationship between Singapore Airlines and Turkish Airlines, our Star Alliance partner and our efforts to maximize the opportunities offered by our combined network. More importantly, customers are the ultimate winners, as they benefit from the extensive networks of both airlines linking between the Singapore and Istanbul hubs, and beyond, " said Huang Cheng Eng, Singapore Airlines' Executive VP, Marketing and the Regions.