Singapore Airlines updates Northern Summer Schedule

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Singapore Airlines Summer Schedule – includes A380 at JFK

The arrival of warmer weather in the northern hemisphere brings adjustments to Singapore Airlines network to best match capacity and demand.  The updated schedules are effective March 25, 2012 to October 27, 2012.

The highlights of the changes from Singapore’s Hub at Changi Airport (SIN) include the introduction of additional daily service to Seoul (ICN), with a frequency of four daily flights, including one that continues onward to San Francisco International (SFO) Airport.

In West Asia, the spectacular tourist island destination of the Maldives’ will see an increase in flights; the route between Singapore and Male (MLE), the Maldives capital, will see an increase to to twice daily flights over the existing 10 per week.  The additional flights will allow passengers from around the world more connections to this island paradise with daily daytime and overnight flights.

India’s largest city, Mumbai (BOM), will see an increase from 17 flights a week to 19 flights per week.

Finally, the ‘Land Down Under’ will also see service increases.  Adelaide (ADL), South Australia, currently seeing daily service, will see an additional 3 flights from Singapore.  Both Brisbane (BNE) to Singapore and Perth (PER) to Singapore will go to 3x’s daily.

Flight reductions will be seen on the Singapore – Moscow (DME) – Houston Intercontinental (IAH) route; the existing Boeing 777-300ER daily service on Singapore Flights 61 and 62 will be dropped to 5x’s per week.

Singapore – Munich (MUC) – Manchester (MAN), Boeing 777-300ER operated as Singapore Flights 327 and 328 will be reduced to six times weekly from daily.

Singapore to Taipei (TPE) services will be reduced to 14 per week from 18.

Some Middle Eastern services will also be restructured during the Northern Summer season. Flights to Riyadh (RUH), which are currently served via Abu Dhabi (AUH), will instead operate via Dubai (DXB). This will result in Abu Dhabi being served three times per week, down from seven times, with flights continuing onwards to Jeddah (JED).  Dubai will continue to be served with 10 flights per week, four of which will carry on to Riyadh and three to Cairo (CAI).

Singapore Airlines A380 to New York JFK for New York – Frankfurt – Singapore Route

The upgrade to the A380-800 on the New York Kennedy (JFK) to Frankfurt (FRA) to Singapore route, effective January 16, 2012, remains unchanged, as announced in our previous article about the Singapore Airlines and JetBlue partnership.

The Following Table Contains Singapore Airlines Flights Consolidated Changes

Route

New
Frequency

(per week)

Current Frequency

(per week)

Effective
Date

Frequency Increases:

  

  

  

Singapore – Adelaide

10

7

2 July 2012

Singapore – Brisbane

21

19*

25 March 2012

Singapore – Male

14

10

Singapore – Mumbai

19

17

Singapore – Perth

21

18*

Singapore – Seoul

28

21

Frequency Reductions:

 

 

Singapore – Abu Dhabi

3

7

Singapore – Moscow – Houston

5

7

Singapore – Munich – Manchester

6

7

Singapore – Taipei

14

18

Photo Credit: Singapore Airlines Public Affairs

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