Singapore Airlines has announced its plans to boost the frequency of its flights between Singapore and India’s capital, New Delhi. The airline will start offering tickets on its third daily service that is likely to start from 27 October 2013.
Those planning to book tickets on flights for travel between Singapore and Delhi, India will soon have added options made available to them by one of world’s premium full service carriers, Singapore Airlines.
The carrier is all set to increase the frequency from two to three daily services to India from 27 October. Furthermore, the carrier is expected to deploy its sleek Boeing 777 airliners to route its third weekly service on the popular route, revealed online sources.
In its endeavour to accommodate the winter rush from the Northern Winter operating season that spans from 27 October 2013 to 29 March 2014, the airline will offer tickets on three instead of the earlier two daily flights on the route.
From 27 October 2013, SIA and its regional arm, SilkAir will offer tickets on a total of 107 weekly flights to 11 destinations in India including Ahmadabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Kochi, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi, Thiruvananthapuram and Visakhapatnam.
In another recent development, the carrier announced the launch of next generation and the world’s most advanced in-flight entertainment system to date, KrisWorld on Boeing 777-300ER aircraft in the coming months.
Based at Changi Airport, SIA offers tickets on international flights to Asia, North America, Australasia, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.