Changes affect flights to Seoul, Maldives, Mumbai, Australia and Middle East
Singapore Airlines will make a number of adjustments in its frequencies this summer, acting, it says, to match travel demand. The airline plans to add a daily flight to Seoul, upping the service from three daily to four daily. This includes one flight that continues to San Francisco. SIA will also raise frequencies to the Maldives from 10 flights a week to twice daily and to Mumbai services from 17 frequencies a week to 19.
Frequencies will also increase to Australia – to Adelaide from current to 10, to Brisbane from 19 to 21 times a week and to Perth from 18 to 21 times a week.
Flights to Riyadh will instead operate via Dubai instead of via Abu Dhabi. Abu Dhabi will consequently be served three times a week, down from seven, with flights continuing to Jeddah. Dubai will continue to get 10 weekly flights, four of which will continue to Riyadh, three to Cairo.
[pictured: Boeing B777-200 in Singapore Airlines livery; courtesy Singapore Airlines]