SilkAir has increased its flights frequency between South India and Singapore. The carrier has announced to enhance its frequency from current seven to 10 weekly services to Hyderabad from
Jan 1, 2013

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SilkAir Increases Flights Frequency to India

International flyers, who are often to be found searching tickets for cheap flights between South India and Singapore have a reason to smile now as they will have even more flexibility in terms of tickets options made available to them by the regional wing of SIA, SilkAir. The airline has announced to offer tickets on three new weekly services on Hyderabad-Singapore route from January 1, 2013, revealed online sources.

Earlier the airline offered tickets on 7 weekly flights which will now be increased to 10 weekly services from January 1, 2013. The airlines increased its frequency three times during last three months, which is an acknowledgment of the increasing travel demands on the route, which the carrier is planning to tap into and cater to the increasing number of tickets buyers on the route.

With increase in frequency, the number of weekly flights to Singapore from 11 destinations in India will increase to 97. SilkAir is also planning to start offering tickets on new flights to more tier II and tier III cities in India. It is believed that the airline is eying cities like Pune, Jaipur and Lucknow in India though the carrier has not announced anything as yet.

SilkAir’s flights bound to Singapore enable passengers from India to connect to 96 cities across the world. In a promotional bid, the airline is also offering vouchers for spending at the airport to those netting tickets for travelling beyond Singapore.

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