Singapore Airlines to boost Osaka services
Singapore Airlines (SIA) will add a third daily service to Osaka’s Kansai International Airport in April 2019, to meet growing demand for travel between Singapore and Japan.
SIA already operates two flights per day on the popular Singapore-Osaka route, and the third will be introduced with effect from 27 April 2019. Airbus A330-300 aircraft will be operated, adding nearly 2,000 seats per week in each direction.
Flight SQ620 will depart Singapore at 0830hrs and arrive at Osaka at 1610hrs. The return flight will operate as SQ621, departing Osaka at 1725 hrs and arriving in Singapore at 2305hrs.
In addition to Osaka, Singapore Airlines operates six daily services to Tokyo (Haneda and Narita airports), as well as daily services to both Fukuoka and Nagoya. Regional subsidiary SilkAir operates thrice-weekly services to Hiroshima, while low-cost subsidiary Scoot operates 11 weekly flights to Osaka, four weekly flights to Sapporo and 19 weekly flights to Tokyo Narita. With SIA’s third daily service to Osaka, the SIA Group will operate a combined 114 weekly flights between Singapore and Japan.
The new flights are subject to regulatory approvals. Tickets will be made available for sale progressively through the various distribution channels.
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Singapore Airlines (SIA) has proudly serviced Australia since 1967, currently operating 137 weekly flights from six Australian cities to Singapore. Alongside its regional wing, SilkAir, and low-cost carrier Scoot, the SIA Group provides access to a global network of 139 destinations in 37 countries and territories through the world-famous Changi Airport hub.
With a brand promise to provide customers industry-leading cabin products, a network that provides optimal connectivity through Singapore and beyond, and the highest standards of service excellence, the SIA Group offers Australian’s a world-class travel experience.