Singapore Airlines expects to attract more Indian fliers taking US flights


With new flight launches on the Singapore US sector, Singapore International Airlines expects to attract more Indian fliers taking their flights to the US.  “We are expanding to the US. We currently operate 40 flights a week between Singapore and the US, which will increase to 53 flights by December 7, 2018.

These flights, with newer and better product, will be on offer for Indian passengers and we expect that Indians, flying to the west coast in the US, would prefer flying through Singapore rather than flying through India’s west,” David Lim, General Manager- India for Singapore Airlines told ET.

He added that SIA is launching flights connecting Singapore to Newark and Los Angeles over and above the San Francisco flight SIA has. “Of the total traffic between India and San Francisco, we have a market share of 10%.  Read More

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