SilkAir teams up with SIA on Maldives route

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SilkAir will operate four weekly flights to the Maldives (photo by nitinut380)
SilkAir will operate four weekly flights to the Maldives (photo by nitinut380)

SilkAir has confirmed that it will take over some of Singapore Airlines‘ flights to the Maldives.

From 25 October 2015, SIA’s regional carrier will start operating four weekly flights on the SingaporeMale route. SIA will continue to operate 10 weekly flights on the route, resulting in a combined total frequency of two flights per day.

Previously SIA operated between 10 and 14 weekly flights to the Maldives.

“By synergising the networks of both carriers, we are able to provide customers more choice and greater flexibility when planning their travel itineraries,” said SIA’s senior vice president of marketing planning, Lee Wen Fen.

“This is another example of the Singapore Airlines Group’s commitment to continuously expanding our combined network and enhancing connectivity options for our customers.”

The new SilkAir flights will depart Singapore every Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday at 1005, arriving in Male at 1140. The return services will leave the Maldivian capital at 1255 on the same days of the week, arriving back in Singapore at 2045.
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