Friday, July 26, 2013 will go down as an epic day in Singapore Airline’s long history of service to the Republic of Indonesia.
On that date:
- Singapore Airlines added a fourth daily flight between Singapore and Denpasar, Bali.
- Singapore Airlines assumed one of two daily flights between Singapore and Surabaya operated by its regional subsidiary Silk Air, creating a new destination for the Singapore flag carrier.
- Singapore Airlines introduced a ninth daily service between Jakarta and the Island Republic.
With 63 flights each week, Jakarta remains Singapore Airline’s
top destination in the carrier’s network as measured by the number of flights operated. With 28 flights per week, Bali also ranks as a leading destination for SIA
“The Indonesian economy is growing and this has increased demand for both business and leisure travel,” said Ms Lee Wen Fen, SIA’s
Acting Senior Vice President Marketing Planning.
Continuing, Lee said: “Indonesia is an especially important market for the SIA Group, as demonstrated by SIA’s new services to Surabaya, our additional flights to Bali and Jakarta, and SilkAir’s new services to Semarang and Makassar. These new flights will provide even more options to our customers for travel to and from Indonesia, as well as for travel beyond Singapore to the many other destinations in our global network.”
extensive worldwide network means that long sought-after increase in seat capacity to Denpasar will boost access to the island from the all major worldwide markets served by the SIA.
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