Singapore Airlines has announced a significant number of changes to its Australian network for 2024, which will see more flights, seats and connections to meet travel demand.
Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President South-West Pacific, Louis Arul, said that these changes cater to the strong demand in air travel and will ensure Australians have more seats and flight options to choose from on their next holiday or business trip.
“These changes provide more capacity and connectivity to SIA’s global network via the iconic and popular Singapore Changi hub,” Arul said. “SIA remains committed to ensuring capacity matches the high levels of demand we continue to see.”
He said the changes, which are subject to regulatory approval and summarised below, will be phased in from the end of March 2024 and will deliver more than 4,700 additional seats a week in each direction between Singapore and Australia compared to 2023.
The adjustments to SIA’s Australian schedule are part of a broader announcement for a ramp up of services to destinations across the airline’s network in support of strong demand for air travel to key markets, including restoring Airbus A380 services between Singapore and Frankfurt, reinstating direct services between Singapore and Barcelona and increasing flight frequencies to pre-pandemic levels to multiple cities in SIA’s global network, according to Arul.
For all of the key details for every Australian city, sister magazine Wayfarer has all the details here.