Singapore Airlines has announced plans to increase services to Australia, Europe, Southeast Asia and West Asia during next year’s Northern Summer schedules (to October 28, 2017), “to meet growing travel demand”.
The carrier will add the following services to Australia:
- Three weekly flights to Melbourne from July 7 (up from 28 to 31 flights per week)
- Four weekly services to Brisbane from August 22 (up from 24 to 28 flights per week)
- Two additional flights per week to Sydney from June 4 (up from 31 to 33 flights per week), plus an extra four frequencies (taking the total to 35) during the peak period between June 18 and September 30
Meanwhile flights to Rome will be doubled to four times-weekly from July, while Moscow will gain an extra weekly service when it is combined with the carrier’s new one-stop services to Stockholm.
In Southeast Asia flights to Bangkok will increase from five to six per day from March 26, and services to Ho Chi Minh City will increase from 17 to 19 flights per week.
Finally in West Asia, SIA will add an extra weekly flight to Ahmedabad from March 26, taking frequencies to four per week, while the carrier’s Dhaka route will increase from seven to ten flights per week from July 19