Singapore Airlines Adds More Weekly Flights to Perth

Singapore Airlines Adds More Weekly Flights to Perth
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Perth Airport has announced that Singapore Airlines will be adding more weekly flights out of the airport amid continued rising demand.

This addition of more weekly flights means that the carrier will be operating a pre-COVID timetable, offering a strong boost to the airport.

Without further ado, let’s get into it…

Singapore Airlines Adds More Weekly Flights to Perth…

Singapore Airlines Adds More Weekly Flights to Perth
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It is understood that an additional four weekly flights will be added under the SQ213 and SQ226 flight numbers.

Then, from March 31 next year, the services will then turn into a fourth daily service, offering a major boost to Perth Airport by Singapore Airlines.

Kate Holsgrove, the acting CEO of the airport had this to say on the addition of flights:

“The airline’s fourth daily flight will use an Airbus A350-900 which offers 303 seats (40 business and 263 Economy) bringing 220,584 more seats to the Perth market annually.”

“We’ve got strong business, education, trade and tourism links with Singapore and Singapore Airlines has a long and proud record of linking the world with Western Australia.”

“The introduction of its fourth daily service is another significant milestone for Singapore Airlines and highlights the commitment the airline has to the Perth and Western Australian market”.

Adding to this was Louis Arul, the airline’s Regional VP of Southwest Pacific:

“The additional flights will provide even more options for West Australians to travel to multiple cities in Asia, Europe and the USA via our Singapore hub.”

All eyes will be on how these new service additions will perform.

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