Singapore Airlines reduces fares ex-Kolkata
Kolkata, Mar 27 (UNI) Singapore Airlines today announced special fares from Kolkata to destinations across the Australasian region.
The new fares are slashed by as much as 20 per cent from the current ones.
Singapore Airlines state manager(Eastern India) Bharath Mahadeven said, "Our customers from Kolkata are increasingly opting for travel to new and exciting destinations.
"While leisure travellers are seeking more options in the Far East and Australia, business traffic is growing exponentially to China and Japan," he said.
"To give impetus to this trend and to provide easier travel opportunities to more people we have introduced these special fares to some key cities in the Australasian region." The fares for Bali, Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide, Beijing Shanghai, Hong Kong, Tokyo, Seoul, Nagoya, Osaka and Fukuoka have been reduced.
Singapore Airlines, which started operations to Chennai in 1972, operates 47 weekly flights to Kolkata, Mumbai, Delhi, Chennai, Bangalore, Hyderabad, Ahmedabad and Amritsar.
In addition, its subsidiary regional airline SilkAir operates five flights to Kochi and three flights to Thiruvananthapuram.
Singapore Airlines, a Star Alliance member, flies to 91 destinations in 37 countries and would be the first airline in the world to fly the Airbus A380 in 2006.
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