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Singapore Airlines to Increase Frequency on Singapore Milan Barcelona service

Search ASIA Travel Tips .com Latest Travel News Thursday, 29 November 2007

Singapore Airlines is to increase the frequency of its Singapore Milan Barcelona service from four times weekly to daily from 14 January 2008.

The flights will all be operated by the airlines new Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, featuring the airline's new, luxurious cabin products across all three classes. This includes the ultra-wide Business Class seat, configured in a 4-abreast, 1-2-1 setting. All seats feature the new KrisWorld, with over 1000 entertainment options, with full audio and video on demand, and a suite of office applications.

The frequency increase builds on strong demand for this service. The service initially commenced in July 2006, and customer demand for seats in both directions has built quickly.

It is the first time that an air service has connected northern Italy and eastern Spain with Singapore directly, and customers across the Singapore Airlines network have enthusiastically embraced the destinations. Singapore Airlines remains the only airline flying between Singapore and the two cities.

Milan and Barcelona are both modern Mediterranean cities, famous for their architecture and home to leading fashion and design houses. SQ378 will depart Singapore daily at 2335hrs and reach Milans Malpensa Airport at 0555hrs the next morning. The flight will continue on to Barcelonas El Prat Airport, touching down at 0835hrs.

On the return journey, SQ377 will leave Barcelona at 0955hrs and reach Milan at 1135hrs. The flight then departs Milan at 1245hrs, arriving into Singapore at 0735hrs the next day.

Serving the Italian market, Singapore Airlines also flies three times weekly between Singapore and Rome. With the increase in frequency to Milan and Barcelona, Singapore Airlines now flies 77 times weekly to 12 cities in Europe.

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