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Buoyed by a powerful recovery in journey demand within the Indian market, Singapore Airlines plans to increase the variety of flights to India the place the group is at the moment working at round 75 per cent of its pre-pandemic capability. Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group — comprising full service provider Singapore Airlines and low-cost airline Scoot — at the moment serves 13 locations throughout India.
The provider expects to announce extra flights to India within the coming months. “The Indian market is recovering very strongly as well. We are seeing good load factors… we will be able to hopefully announce increases in flights over the next two schedules… whether it is for the winter schedule starting from October or even for next year,” Lee Lik Hsin, Executive Vice President Commercial at Singapore Airlines, mentioned.
At current, Singapore Airlines operates 73 weekly flights to Singapore from eight Indian cities — Chennai, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Ahmedabad, Kochi and Hyderabad. Scoot operates 38 flights from six cities — Amritsar, Coimbatore, Hyderabad, Tiruchirappalli, Trivandrum and Visakhapatnam.
According to an airline spokesperson, SIA Group is at the moment working round 75 per cent of its pre-COVID capability. After remaining suspended for little over two years, scheduled industrial worldwide passenger flights resumed to and from India from March 27 this 12 months. Since then, there was a powerful demand for air journey.
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