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Singapore Airlines and SilkAir to Increase Services to Kuala Lumpur

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Wednesday, 1 October 2008

Singapore Airlines and SilkAir will be operating up to 15 flights a day between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur from 1 December 2008.

SilkAir will commence twice daily flights between Singapore and Kuala Lumpur from 26 October 2008, while Singapore Airlines will operate five daily flights. From 1 December, Singapore Airlines and SilkAir will operate four flights each. Together with Malaysia Airlines, the three carriers will offer up to 15 flights a day.

We have extended and strengthened our cooperation with Malaysia Airlines by including our sister Airline, SilkAir in our ongoing codeshare arrangement with Malaysia Airlines on the Singapore-Kuala Lumpur route. With the spread of services and a frequency of up to 15 flights a day offered jointly by Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Malaysia Airlines, customers will be spoilt for choice said Mr Huang Cheng Eng, Executive Vice President Marketing & The Regions for Singapore Airlines.

Customers will generally have access to all flights operated by the three airlines, as interchangeable tickets are available for travel on most fare types apart from some issued on restricted fares. Customers will have to note restrictions and conditions of the fare type they intend to purchase. Tickets that are not interchangeable include certain discounted tickets and tickets bearing restrictions for use only on a specific carrier.

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