SIA adds more flights to Ahmedabad, Dhaka

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SIA has announced rising frequencies to seven Asia Pacific cities
SIA has announced rising frequencies to seven Asia Pacific cities

Singapore Airlines will increase its services to several Asia Pacific destinations next summer.

For the 2017 summer season, which runs from 26 March to 28 October, SIA will increase the frequency of the Singapore-Ahmedabad route from three to four flights per week, while services to Dhaka will increase from daily to 10 flights per week from 19 July.

In Australia, several destinations will see extra flights next year. SIA’s services to Melbourne will rise from 28 to 31 weekly flights from 17 July, while Brisbane will increase from 24 to 28 flights per week on 22 August.

And Sydney’s frequency will progressively increase from 31 to 33 flights per week from 4 June, and then to 35 weekly flights from 18 June to 30 September.

Finally in Southeast Asia, SIA’s services to Bangkok will increase from five to six daily flights, while Ho Chi Minh City will rise from 17 to 19 times flights per week.
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