New Delhi, Mar 10 (UNI) Singapore Airlines today announced the launch of two 'Sunrise' services, its first morning flights from Delhi, taking the total number of weekly flights to nine.
''The new daylight services, every Sunday and Friday, will come into effect from March 30,'' airline's General Manager (India) C W Foo told a press conference.
The airline also announced special discounts, ranging from 24 per cent to 57 per cent, on return economy fares for daytime service from Delhi to Singapore, Malaysia, China, the Philippines, New Zealand and Australia.
''A ticket from Delhi to Singapore will now cost Rs 17,568, to Malaysia Rs 21,210, to Hong Kong Rs 26,490 and Australia Rs 43,438,'' airline's Manager (North India) Manjit Grewal said.
The bookings for discount tickets can be made from now till March 15, and the offer is valid for outbound travel from March 30 to May 15.
Mr Foo said the airline would try to start daily morning flights from this summer.
For the new 'Sunrise' services, he said the Boeing 777-200 aircraft, with 12 First, 42 Business and 234 Economy class seats, will be used.
The new flight will leave Singapore on Sundays and Fridays at 0250 hrs and arrive in Delhi at 0555 hrs.
On its return journey, it will depart from Delhi at 0800 hrs and arrive in Singapore at 1605 hrs.
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