Singapore Airlines commits to Aussie peak season

A ramping up of capacity over the busy school holiday period has been flagged by Singapore Airlines.

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has demonstrated its firm commitment to the Australian market by announcing plans to increase flight operations across all five of the country’s main airports from late-November.

Changes will see the airline add a fifth daily flight to Sydney from 02 December 2023 through to 14 January 2024, taking the Airline’s operations past its pre-COVID capacity, as well as additional four-times weekly services to/from Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth.

SIA also revealed plans to extend its A380 operations to Melbourne for an additional month until 21 November, before redeploying the superjumbo to Auckland and adding a fifth daily flight to the Victorian capital.

“The addition of a fifth daily flight to Melbourne will ensure we maintain capacity above pre-COVID levels, even with the A380 being deployed to Auckland for the peak holiday period,” Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President South West Pacific, Louis Arul, said.

“The fifth daily service will provide even more connectivity through to a number of European cities as well as the United Kingdom, helping to deliver customers even more travel options to suit their needs,” he added.

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