An airbase in Jaipur, in northern India, has been earmarked for the Republic of Singapore Air Force to carry out its flight training and exercises.
Senior Indian air force official, Air Commodore Rajaguru, says the airbase is a good beginning for more interaction between the two air forces.
Although this is not a permanent facility for the RSAF, the senior official says it can train there on a regularly basis.
Singapore and India are now conducting their first joint air exercise, code named SINDEX 04, at Gwalior, India.
India says the exercise marks the start of a strong and long relationship between both nations.
For the RSAF, it has been an opportunity to operate with the very well established Indian Air Force.
Previously, defence cooperation between the two countries involved mostly their navies.