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SIA to boost frequencies to some destinations for northern summer season

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Singapore Airlines (SIA) is bumping up flight frequencies for destinations in Australia, Europe, South-east Asia and West Asia for the northern summer operating season to cater to travel demand.

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) is bumping up flight frequencies for destinations in Australia, Europe, South-east Asia and West Asia for the northern summer operating season to cater to travel demand.

In Australia, flights to Melbourne will rise to 31 weekly, up from 28 presently, starting July 17 next year, while flights to Brisbane will go up from 24 to 28 from Aug 22.

Starting June 4, Sydney will see 33 weekly flights, up from 31; this will go up to 35 weekly flights between June 18 and Sept 30.

In Europe, Rome will be served four times weekly starting July next year, doubling from two weekly flights currently.

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Meanwhile, in South-east Asia, Bangkok's flight frequency will go up to six per day, from five currently, starting March 26, while Ho Chi Minh City will be served 19 times per week from 17 weekly flights currently.

And in West Asia, Ahmedabad will be served four times per week, up from three, starting March 26. Flights to Dhaka will go up to 10 per week, compared to seven now, starting July 19.

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