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The service is available on nearly all of SIA’s aircraft types, except for Boeing 737-800NGs flown on regional routes.
The integration process will happen over the next year and a half, as India’s flag carrier undergoes a major revamp.
Services to Busan will restart next June, while SIA’s Airbus A380s are returning to Melbourne.
The two carriers are also expanding their 11-year partnership to deliver more benefits for loyalty members.
The carrier is stepping up frequencies on popular routes to Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan from the end of this month.
From mid-October, passengers bound for any of the carrier’s 18 Southeast Asian destinations will no longer check in at T3.
Passenger capacity across the SIA Group will reach 81 percent of pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year.
Melbourne is being served four times a day, while Cairns and Darwin are also getting extra weekly flights.
The capital of Indonesia’s North Sumatra province will be served by the carrier on a twice-weekly basis.