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Thanks to Singapore Airlines’ refurbished narrow-body jets, travelers can expect the same world-class service no matter how short the flig...
First touted in early 2018, the SilkAir merger with SIA will soon be moving into a significant new phase.
The brand-new service is now available for customers flying from Singapore and selected cities in Indonesia.
Popular Singaporean favorites like laksa and mee siam will be available from December on a rotational basis.
SIA’s newly repainted Boeing 737-800s will take to the skies in the first few months of 2021.
The Lion City’s flag carrier is gradually ramping up its global operations and restoring a few long- and medium-haul routes.
The SIA Group plans to bring its passenger capacity up to eight percent of pre-Covid levels by the end of October.
SilkAir has recently added the capital of Fujian province to its destinations, further expanding its route network in China.