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SIA adds third daily Tokyo Haneda service

29 Nov 2013 by Clement Huang

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will add a third daily service to its Singapore-Tokyo Haneda route from March next year, taking the total number of frequencies to the Japanese capital to five a day, including the two daily operations to Narita International Airport.

According to the airline, the third daily Haneda service is being introduced to meet the growing demand for travel to and from Tokyo. The route will be operated by an A330-300, which will add nearly 2,000 extra seats per week to the service. The wide-body aircraft will feature a two-class configuration, with 30 seats in business and 255 seats in economy.

Flight SQ632 will depart Singapore at 0800 and arrive in Haneda at 1600. Meanwhile, the new SQ633 return flight will leave Haneda at 1705 and touch down in Singapore at 2305. The existing SQ633 flight will be renumbered to SQ635.    

Singapore-Haneda new flight schedule (daily service) 

Flight Number

Aircraft Type

Departs

Arrives

SQ 632

A330-300

SIN 0800

HND 1600

SQ 633

A330-300

HND 1705

SIN 2305

SQ 634

B777-300

SIN 1355

HND 2150

SQ 635

B777-300

HND 2255

SING 0500+1

SQ 636

A330-300

SIN 2230

HND 0630+1

SQ 631

A330-300

HND 0920

SIN 1520

 

With the new service, SIA will be operating a total of 63 flights per week into Japan. The Singaporean carrier also offers daily services to both Fukuoka and Nagoya, and double-daily service to Osaka.

For more information, visit www.singaporeair.com

Clement Huang

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