Saturday, January 5, 2013

SilkAir Boosts Flights Services to Hyderabad

International holidaymakers and frequent flyers booking tickets on flights connecting India and Singapore will now be able to enjoy more flexibility with SilkAir. The airline has increased its frequency between South India’s popular city, Hyderabad and Singapore from January 1, 2013.

SilkAir will now offer tickets on 10 weekly flights instead of 7 weekly services on its Hyderabad-Singapore route. This move by the airline is sure to spell even more flexibility to those who look to grab cheap deals for tickets flights to India and Singapore.

With the increase, the number of weekly flights to Singapore from 11 points in India will go up to 97. Besides, the airline is also planning to offer tickets on new flights to more tier II and tier III cities in India like Pune, Jaipur and Lucknow though there are no concrete plans as yet.

SilkAir's flights bound to Singapore offer tickets buyers from India connectivity to 96 cities around the world. Besides the increase, in an attempt to attract flyers, the airline is also offering a $40 voucher for spending at the airport to those buying tickets for travelling beyond Singapore.

A popular holiday destination among cultural buffs buying tickets deals on India bound flights; Hyderabad has long been on the radar of global carriers looking to expand their network in India.

SilkAir uses a sophisticated fleet of narrow-body Airbus aircraft to offer tickets on its extensive network of regional services within Asia.

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