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Singapore Airlines to add fifth daily service from Sydney

In a major boost for Australian travellers, Singapore Airlines has announced it will be offering a permanent fifth daily return service from Sydney Airport.

Starting on October 27, 2024, Singapore Airlines will add a new daily flight departing at 6:45 AM local time from Sydney to Singapore.

This addition is set to extend across the six-month Northern Winter season and is subject to regulatory approvals.

With this new service, Sydney Airport will become the largest port for Singapore Airlines’ network from Changi Airport.

This means more than 12,000 seats will be available for passengers each week, offering travelers greater access to a wide range of destinations.

Singapore Airlines is known for its extensive global network, with flights to 72 destinations worldwide, including Europe, the United Kingdom, and various Asian cities.

This additional service will provide more travel options for passengers looking to connect to these destinations.

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