SIA B737-800 to fly to Phuket and Brunei with services starting as early as March, subject to regulatory approval.
Hiroshima will be cut from the Singapore Airlines Group network when SilkAir ceases flights on 27th March 2020 due to weakening demand.
SilkAir’s Busan services will be taken over by parent Singapore Airlines from end October 2019, offering more capacity on the route.
Busan is the latest addition to SilkAir’s network, following their inaugural flight on 1st May 2019.
Singapore – Cairns access will increase from June 2019 with additional flights by SilkAir.
A number of Silkair routes will be transferred to SIA Group subsidiary Scoot, starting in April 2019.
SilkAir’s cabin product upgrade is part of a three year transformation programme currently underway in Group parent Singapore Airlines.
Corporate members of the SIA HighFlyer programme can now earn points when their itinerary includes SIA or Krisflyer segments.
Fiji Airways has signed a codeshare agreement with Singapore Airlines and SilkAir. This gives passengers on both networks wider access across newly accessible regions.