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jetStar Australia to add Singapore – Osaka service

jetStar Australia, from 1st November, will be launching a thrice weekly service to Osaka from Singapore. The route will increase to four times per week from 17th December, and will complement Singapore based jetStar Asia’s service to the Japanese city. Schedule; JQ063 SIN KIX 2230 0600+1 330 x236 JQ064 KIX SIN 1030 1620 330 x347

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jetStar Australia to add Singapore – Osaka service

jetStar Australia, from 1st November, will be launching a thrice weekly service to Osaka from Singapore. The route will increase to four times per week from 17th December, and will complement Singapore based jetStar Asia’s service to the Japanese city. Schedule; JQ063 SIN KIX 2230 0600+1 330 x236 JQ064 KIX SIN 1030 1620 330 x347

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SAA ends CPT – LHR service, SIA quickly grabs the slot for a 4th daily SIN – LHR

 South African Airways just two days ago revealed that it would be cancelling its long serving Cape Town – London Heathrow service effective 14th August. And with the cancellation, it would be leaving a slot pair with some very lucrative timings at Heathrow. SA220 CPT LHR 1850 0620+1 D 332 SA221 LHR CPT 2100 1005+1 […]

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Scoot reveals its first fully painted aircraft

SIA’s low cost long haul subsidiary,Scoot has revealed its first fully painted aircraft. The ex-SIA Boeing 777-200 (derated -200ER) emerged out of the SIA Engineering maintenance hangar recently bearing the new Scoot livery. The aircraft is 9V-OTA, previously 9V-SQA of Singapore Airlines. The aircraft was delivered on 5th May 1997 to original customer SIA.  Scoot’s […]

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QANTAS Announces Additional Route Cuts

Qantas Airways has announced a number of additional route cuts from Summer, as part of its ongoing restructuring efforts. The affected routes include.. – Auckland – Los Angeles, Airbus A330 service – Singapore – Mumbai, Airbus A330 service This would cut Qantas’ only link with India, although Los Angeles would continue to be served with […]

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Scoot Selects Gold Coast as Second Destination

 SIA’s low cost long haul subsidiary, Scoot, has announced that Gold Coast (IATA:OOL) in Australia will become its second destination. The airline earlier selected Sydney as its first destination. Campbell Wilson, Scoot CEO, with the Premier of Queensland and the Queensland Tourism Minister  The airline plans to offer five weekly nonstop flights to Gold Coast from Singapore, […]

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Scoot to Sydney and its impact on others

SIA’s new low cost unit Scoot today announced Sydney as its first destination. The airline will launch daily services to Sydney in mid 2012, and obviously with Boeing 777-200 aircraft. It could work well for Scoot if they build up the right network, and Scoot already has begun a promotion to give away two tickets […]

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Air India to increase capacity on Delhi – Singapore

Air India effective 1st December will be increasing capacity on the Delhi – Singapore route. The airline will be upgrading the route from a daily Airbus A319 to a daily Boeing 777-300ER. AI380 DEL 0005 – 0805 SIN 77W D AI381 SIN 0915 – 1230 DEL 77W D

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SriLankan Airlines Network-wide Changes from Winter

SriLankan Airlines from Winter 2011 onwards is making a number of changes to its network. All changes are going into effect from the week of 23 December 2011. This article is constantly being updated please check back for the latest information. Chennai Flights increased from 15 to 27 weekly. UL125 CMB 0030 – 0150 MAA […]

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All About Cathay’s Y+

As hinted a few weeks ago, Cathay Pacific this week made public its intention to have a Premium Economy product onboard. While the new product is yet to receive a formal launch, new flights to be operated with Premium Economy have already been loaded on the reservation systems. With the new product offering, Cathay becomes […]

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