As part of recently unveiled plans to add an extra ten services across its Australian network before the end of this year, Singapore Airlines has announced it will operate three additional weekly flights from Adelaide.
Increasing the total number of flights out of the South Australian port to up to ten per week, the carrier’s regional South-West Pacific vice president Subhas Menon said the extra services would meet “prevailing demand” to and from the region.
South Australian Tourism Minister Gail Gago added that the capacity increase was a “very positive step forward” in the state’s focus on increasing international airline seats.
“South Australia has proven that extra services from carriers will be rewarded with demand for the state’s many attractions,” Mr Gago said.“The South Australian Tourism Commission, which works closely with Adelaide Airport Limited, will continue to work with Singapore Airlines in support of its services.”
Thursday, 28 June 2012
SIA meets ‘prevailing’ Adelaide demand with new flights
Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J