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Singapore Airlines is to increase capacity across Asia and to Australia in 2023 due to “strong projected demand” to these destinations.
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The carrier said it would resume flights from Singapore to Busan in South Korea from 2 June 2023, as well as increasing Airbus A380 services to Australia from May 2023, including the reintroduction of a daily A380 service to Melbourne for the first time in four years and a new second daily A380 flight to Sydney.
In Europe, Singapore Airlines is to reduce frequency on its Singapore-Manchester-Houston route from four times a week to three weekly services from 28 March 2023. But the airline will also add two weekly flights between Singapore and Manchester from 2 April 2023 using A350-900 long-haul aircraft.
JoAnn Tan, senior vice president marketing planning at Singapore Airlines, said: “Looking ahead to 2023, we see stronger demand for flights to destinations across southeast Asia, parts of east Asia and Australia.
“As we restore our network to these regions closer to pre-pandemic levels, our customers have even more flight options.”
Singapore Airlines expects to reach or surpass pre-Covid flight frequencies to multiple destinations in Asia by March 2024, including Bangkok, Seoul, Kuala Lumpur, Taiwan, Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam, as well as Fukuoka, Nagoya and Osaka in Japan.
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