Singapore Airlines Thinks Better of Adelaide

Above: The three A330 flights have been reinstated after they were cancelled at the beginning of the year.

Singapore Airlines will restore three weekly SQ276-SQ277 flights to its Adelaide timetable from Monday July 2, boosting its schedule for the South Australia capital to ten return services per week.

Flight SQ277 will run on Mondays, Tuesdays and Saturdays out of Singapore at 7.35am for landing at 3.50pm

The SQ276 return flight leaves Adelaide at 5.05pm, reaching Singapore at 11pm.



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