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Singapore Airlines launches Flights to Milan and Barcelona

Travel News Asia Thursday, 20 July 2006

Singapore Airlines customers are now able to fly the airline to Milan and Barcelona, two of Europes most exciting and stylish cities.

The airline is operating a thrice-weekly service to both cities, using Boeing B777-200ER (Extended Range) aircraft. Flights depart Singapore on Monday, Wednesday and Friday evenings.

Flights will arrive at Milans Malpensa Airport early next morning, and from Milan, will continue on to Barcelonas El Prat Airport. With the convenient morning arrival, customers can go about their business, work or start exploring the cities, after touch down.

Milan is Italys economic centre and home to the worlds leading luxury fashion brands. A treasure trove of iconic sights and a fashionistas shopping paradise, Milan is a sprawling metropolis that successfully marries tradition and modernity. Among its top attractions are the Church of Santa Maria delle Grazie, where Leonardo da Vincis The Last Supper can be viewed, and La Scala Opera (Teatro alla Scala), the world-renowned opera house built in the 18th century.

Barcelona is Spains second largest city and the only city in the world to have nine UNESCO World Heritage buildings. A city steeped in the arts, culture and history, Barcelona attracts tourists from all over the world to pay homage to expressionist artist Picasso at the Picasso Museum and marvel at the avant-garde architecture of Antoni Gaudi at the La Sagrada Familia and the Guell Park.

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