Singapore Airlines is increasing the frequency of services to points in Southeast Asia, North Asia, the Indian subcontinent and other markets during the northern-winter...

Singapore Airlines is increasing the frequency of services to points in Southeast Asia, North Asia, the Indian subcontinent and other markets during the northern-winter operating season from October 30, 2011 to March 24, 2012 because of continuing growth in travel demand.

The airline will introduce an additional daily service on the Singapore-Bangkok route, increasing its service frequency to five round-trips per day from four.


Singapore Airlines has 19 Airbus A380 super-jumbos in service or on order and holds options on six more, so it could be operating a fleet of 25 of the type later in the decade

As demand progressively recovers for travel to and from Japan, Singapore Airlines is restoring the frequency of its Singapore-Tokyo Haneda service to twice-daily flights from a daily round-trip. Frequency on the Singapore-Osaka route will also increase, to 11 flights per week from 10.

The carrier will double the frequency of its Singapore-Guangzhou services, to 14 flights per week from seven. Frequency between Singapore and Mumbai will increase to 17 flights per week from 14 and SIA will increase its Ahmedabad flights to three per week from two.

Meanwhile, services between Singapore and Istanbul will increase to six round-trips a week from four, subject to regulatory approval. Three of the flights will carry on to Athens.

Services to Cape Town, via Johannesburg, will increase to four per week from three.

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