Increased flight frequency across the Singapore Airlines route network will see travellers to selected destinations in Australia, Europe, Southeast Asia and West Asia having access to a greater choice of flight timings during 2017, subject to regulatory approvals.
Increased flight frequency to Australia
- Travellers to Australia should be happy with the three extra weekly flights to Melbourne with a choice of thirty-one weekly flights, up from the current twenty-eight, on offer from 17th July 2017.
- The flight frequency to Brisbane will increase to twenty-eight per week starting 22nd August, up from twenty-four flights starting on 22 August 2017.
- From 4th June, Sydney will have thirty-three flights per week, two up from the current thirty-one, with an extra two to be added during the peak demand period bringing the total to thirty-five per week between 18th June and 30 September 2017.
Increases to Europe & West Asia
- Flights to Europe will see Rome services double to four times per week from July 2017 and travellers will have an additional flight to Moscow to choose from when Singapore Airlines extends the route to the new destination of Stockholm. This will go up to five times weekly, effective 30th May 2017.
- In West Asia, the Indian city of Ahmadabad will gain an extra flight, giving a choice of four times per week, with effect from 26th March.
- Dhaka, the capital of Bangladesh will be served ten times per week with effect from 19th July, an increase of three flights per week.
South East Asian Destinations
Bangkok, Capital of Thailand will see an increase of daily flights from five to six with the services to Ho Chi Minh City going up to nineteen from the current seventeen flights per week. Both these increases will take effect from 26th March, 2017.
Tickets for the extra services will be made available via the Singapore Airlines website and travel agents over the next few months.