Singapore Airlines Increases Flights To India To Bring Travel To Pre Pandemic Levels

by Sanmita A
Singapore Airlines Increases Flights To India To Bring Travel To Pre Pandemic Levels

Now travelling to Singapore from India will get easier as Singapore Airlines had decided to switch back to its initial way of operation before the pandemic. As the country has seen a massive surge in tourism, by October 30, the airlines will shift back to the pre-pandemic level of flight operations. Singapore Airlines has seen a spike in travel and plans to operate 17 flights from Chennai weekly which is 10 flights at the moment.

Singapore Airlines To Increase Weekly Flights

Like Chennai, flights from other Indian airports will increase too. Travellers from the Kochi airport can board the Singapore flight up to 14 times weekly, whereas Bengaluru airport will operate 16 flights a week. Previously, Bengaluru had six Singapore Airlines flights operating from there. In a statement, the airline said that it will begin operating 100 per cent from the Indian airports by October 30, this year. Pre-pandemic Singapore airlines operated up to 96 flights in India.

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Places Like Indian Street & Arab Street You Can Visit In Singapore

As the number of flights will increase from India, there are tons of scenic places you can visit while in the city. Although it looks glamourous with its high rise buildings and modern spaces, there are a few spots where you can enjoy scenic views too. The Changi Beach, Botanic Gardens, Gardens By The Bay should be on your list. Also do not miss out on the popular Little India and Arab street where you can experience everything exclusive to each culture.

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Flights To Increase To Other World Destinations

Singapore Airlines plans to increase the number of flights to other world tourist destinations like Paris, Tokyo, Los Angeles, and Osaka to go back to its pre-pandemic ways of operating flights. The aviation sector was the most affected by the pandemic. However, now with the relaxation of Covid-19 restrictions, Singapore Airlines plans to make a comeback and start operating overseas flights as well.

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