LOT Polish Airlines to launch Singapore-Warsaw services, AirAsia commences Johor routes, and more.
Singapore Enjoys First Flights from Poland
Come May 15, 2018, LOT Polish Airlines will launch Singapore-Warsaw services—Changi Airport’s first flights from Poland. Served by the 252-seat Boeing 787-8, the route will launch with thrice weekly services, before increasing to four times weekly from July 2018.
AirAsia Launches Johor Routes
AirAsia has launched flights connecting Johor Bahru to Kolkata and Macau. On Wednesdays and Fridays, AK1208 leaves Johor Bahru at 07:05 for arrival in Macau at 10:55. On the Kolkata route, flights depart Johor Bahru at 21:30 for arrival at 23:10 on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Thai Vietjet Commences Bangkok-Dalat route
Thai Vietjet will commence four times weekly services between Bangkok and Dalat on December 18. Operated by an Airbus A320, the flight departs Bangkok at 10:45 and returns from Dalat at 12:45 on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Sundays.
Broome Lands Direct Flights from Singapore
From next June, SilkAir will run four return trial flights from Singapore to Broome, the result of a deal with Broome International Airport and Australia’s North West regional tourism organization. Australia’s North West will work with SilkAir to develop packages for travelers, while Tourism Western Australia will promote the flights and packages through its Singapore office. Fares and flight schedules to be released.