Singapore Airlines is set to add more services to Australia in 2024, with Brisbane set to get an additional four-times weekly service between Brisbane and Singapore from November 2024.
The additional services will see SIA operating 25 flights per week direct from Brisbane to Singapore and according to the carrier, it follows strong demand for the carrier’s four times weekly supplementary flights across the 2023 end of year peak period, currently operating from the city through to 13 January 2024.
Operating on an Airbus A350-900 long haul aircraft, it will also see the Airline reach 99% of pre-Covid capacity Australia wide in another sign of the strength of international travel demand.
SIA’s A350-900 long haul aircraft offers customers a choice of three cabin classes, with 42 fully flat Business Class seats, 24 leather upholstered seats in the Premium Economy cabin and 187 ergonomically designed Economy Class seats.
Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President, Louis Arul, said that the introduction of a fourth service from Brisbane would provide even more choice for Queenslanders looking to head abroad.
“It has been heartening to see the strong demand for travel to and from Brisbane,” he said. “We are happy to deliver this additional frequency which provides another option for travellers to Singapore and beyond to cities in Europe and Asia.”
“We are particularly pleased to be able to announce this scheduled service one year in advance, giving our Queensland customers more departure times to choose from to best meet their travel needs,” he said.
The additional SIA service will operate on Tuesday, Thursday, Friday and Sunday from Brisbane to Singapore from 28 November 2024.
SQ265 will depart Singapore Changi Airport at 07:05 local time and arrive in Brisbane at 16:55.
The return flight, SQ266 will depart Brisbane at 18:10, and arrive in Singapore Changi Airport at 00:15 the next morning.