Monday, October 1, 2012

Flyers Smile As Singapore Airlines Enhances Flights from India

European travellers planning to book flights to Singapore will soon have added flight options when it comes to taking connecting flights via India.

Singapore Airlines, the flag carrier of Singapore, is contemplating to enhance the number of flights to India in its coming winter schedule starting from October. In addition, the national carrier is contemplating to run flights from new destinations.
India is an important market for the airline. Currently, the carrier is operating 85 weekly from 10 cities but it will increase its flights to 93. From October 20, the airline’s low-cost arm SilkAir will launch nonstop flights from Visakhapatnam, a port city in South India to the city-state. The new services would be operated with Airbus A319 and A320.

Given the increased number of flights between India and Singapore, foreign vacationers will get ample of flight options for a seamless connectivity between the countries. On the other hand, it will also increase the chances for budget travellers to net cheap flight tickets between the destinations as more number of options will be available.

In an attempt to render world-class services to its premium class fliers, SIA also recently inaugurated a new ‘SilverKris Lounge' at Terminal 3 of the IGI airport in Delhi.

The lounge is designed for carrier’s passengers with first and business class tickets, PPS Club, KrisFlyer Elite Gold and Star Alliance Gold members and it promises a rewarding experience to passengers on connecting flights to Delhi.

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