Singapore Airlines will be making some adjustments to its schedules in response to changing patterns in demand for travel.The adjustments will reallocate capacity among the routes and result in an increase overall across the network.
There will be more flights to and from Australia. From 3 April, Brisbane will be served with an additional three weekly frequencies, increasing to three times daily in July. Further, flights to Sydney increase from April to 24 times weekly, and will further increase to four times daily in June.
Within South East Asia, service to Ho Chi Minh City in Vietnam will increase to three times daily from 30 March, and frequency to Hanoi will increase from daily to ten times weekly from 2 July.
From this week, Shanghai services will increase from four to five times daily.
Some increases are planned for destinations in India, subject to traffic rights and regulatory approval. Flights to Chennai are planned to increase from 10 to 11 per week. Frequency between Singapore and Delhi are also planned to increase from a daily service to nine times weekly from 30 March, and to twice daily services later in the year.
Frequency will be increased between Singapore and Dubai to twice daily, from the existing 10 flights per week, with effect from 18 May.
The Airline had recently commenced a second daily service between Singapore and Zurich, and earlier this year, increased frequency on the Milan and Barcelona route to a daily service.
The current 5 times weekly service between Bangkok and Osaka will be suspended from 17 May 2008. It will be replaced with an additional daily Singapore-Bangkok service, which will bring to 41 the number of weekly flights between Singapore and Bangkok.
The current 4 times weekly service between Taipei and Los Angeles will be suspended from 1 October 2008. Three new weekly flights between Singapore and Taipei will maintain capacity on the Singapore-Taipei route.