|SIA to increase Asian flights.|
Thursday, 4th August 2011
Source : HVS International
Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be increasing the frequency of flights to several regions in Southeast Asia, North Asia and the Indian Subcontinent during the Northern Winter operating season.
Services boosted include increasing Bangkok flights from four to five per day, twice-daily flights to Tokyo Haneda instead of daily, increasing services to Osaka from ten flights per week to 11, and doubling Guangzhou flights from seven per week to 14.
Flights to South Asia will see an increase in frequency of flights between Singapore and Mumbai from 14 to 17 flights per week, an increase in services to Ahmedabad from two to three per week and an increase in Istanbul flights from four to six per week, with three flights that will carry on to Athens.
Services to Cape Town will also increase from three flights per week to four.