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- 1. Travelport GDS signs New Agreement with SilkAir
Travelport GDS signs New Agreement with SilkAir. Travelport GDS has signed a new agreement with Singapore Airlines’ regional carrier, SilkAir. The new agreement will extend Travelport’s current commitment with SilkAir to five years. SilkAir operates scheduled services from Singapore to 29 destinations across 11 countries in Asia.
- 2. SIA Unveils Major Changes to Scoot and SilkAir Routes
Scoot is to take over a number of SilkAir’s routes over the next two years, ahead of SilkAir’s merger into Singapore Airlines (SIA). Scoot will also be transferring some of its services to existing destinations served by SIA and SilkAir.
- 3. SilkAir Upgrades Inflight Entertainment System
SilkAir has upgraded its inflight entertainment system, SilkAir Studio. SilkAir Studio, streamed directly onto a passenger’s personal device via inflight Wi-Fi, now offers over 100 international movies and 40 television shows, a marked increase from the previous offering of 30 movies and 20 television programmes.
- 4. SilkAir to Transfer More Flights to Scoot
SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines (SIA), will transfer its services to Langkawi in Malaysia, Pekanbaru in Indonesia and Kalibo in the Philippines to Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of SIA. SilkAir’s last Langkawi, Pekanbaru and Kalibo services are scheduled for 8 April, 30 May and 28 June 2018 respectively. Currently, SilkAir flies three times weekly to each destinati
- 5. SilkAir Launches Hangzhou Flights
SilkAir today launched flights to Hangzhou, the capital of Zhejiang province in China. Hangzhou is the 48th destination in SilkAir’s network, extending the airline’s reach to eight destinations in China. SilkAir’s other Chinese destinations include Changsha, Chengdu, Chongqing, Kunming, Shenzhen, Wuhan and Xiamen.
- 6. SilkAir to Take Over Penang Flights from SIA
SilkAir to Take Over Penang Flights from SIA. From 1 December 2009, SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, will take over the operation of services between Singapore and Penang. Singapore Airlines currently has a daily morning flight while SilkAir has twice-daily frequencies to Penang.
- 7. Amazing Prizes from SilkAir with Life-sized street Monopoly Board this August in Singapore
Amazing Prizes from SilkAir with Life-sized street Monopoly Board this August in Singapore. Registration is now open for what could be Asia’s largest street monopoly board challenge. Building on the property fever in Singapore, SilkAir has launched the first ever ‘SilkAir Monopoly Challenge 2007’, offering Singaporeans the chance to ‘buy, trade, mortgage and rent’ real estate acros
- 8. SilkAir to Take Over Scoot’s Yangon Flights
SilkAir is to take over Scoot’s five-times-weekly services to Yangon, Myanmar from 29 October 2017. SilkAir already operates 10 non-stop flights a week to Yangon and three services a week via Mandalay in Myanmar. With the transfer of Scoot’s Yangon services, SilkAir will boost its Yangon operations to 15 non-stop services a week. Parent company Singapore Airlines also operates dail
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