Singapore Airlines, the world’s
second-largest airline by market value and flag carrier of Singapore, announced Thursday that it will be debuting a new schedule with its northern winter routes that will increase frequency and provide more options for travelers.
The airline said the additional flight offerings coincide with the growth in demand for travel. Flights that are scheduled to increase from five days a week to daily include Singapore to Los Angeles; Houston to Moscow and Manchester to Munich. Singapore to Seoul will increase from four times a week to daily as well.
The carrier is also planning three additional flights between Singapore and Osaka, in addition to the current daily schedule. Singapore Airlines will add Tokyo Haneda to their network beginning October 31 with twice daily flights.
The current one-stop Singapore/Istanbul route, which offered a layover in Dubai, will become a nonstop offering four times a week, with the airline adding a separate Singapore/Dubai route three times a week.
Finally, the airline will increase Australia flights with a second daily Airbus A380 between Singapore and Sydney. The Singapore/Sydney route will remain at four flights per day.
Source: Singapore Airlines