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Singapore Airlines launches special fares for flights from 4 cities in India

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is offering special promotional fares for travel from Ahmedabad, Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kochi to destinations across Asia.

Customers planning travel from any of these four Indian gateways to destinations in Malaysia, the Philippines, South Korea, Thailand, Vietnam, and other Asian countries in the SIA network can avail of promotional fares when they book tickets between now and 5 August 2022.

From Ahmedabad and Kochi, the fares are available for travel between August 2, 2022 and March 31, 2023, while from Chennai and Hyderabad, they are available for travel between September 2, 2022 and March 31, 2023.
To cater to growing demand from India, the airline is also preparing to significantly increase operations from Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kochi in the coming months.

While five times weekly operation will continue from Ahmedabad, SIA will increase its services from Kochi from daily to twice daily, starting August 2, 2022. From September 1, 2022, SIA will increase its Chennai operations from the current 10 times a week to 17 times weekly, and Hyderabad operations will increase from daily to 11 times a week.

Sy Yen Chen, General Manager India for Singapore Airlines, said, “We are steadily restoring our India operations back to pre-Covid levels to cater to the strong travel demand. These special fares and increased capacity from Chennai, Hyderabad, and Kochi will give our customers many attractive options to pick from when they plan their overseas holidays in the coming months. We hope to inspire even more confidence for international travel to and from India with our initiatives.”

From August 1, 2022, Singapore Airlines will operate 80 flights weekly from eight cities in India and will continue to progressively increase its frequency to pre-Covid levels in the coming months.

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