POST Online Media Lite Edition


Singapore Airlines to add third daily service to Osaka in April

Staff Writer |
Singapore Airlines said it will add a third daily service to Osaka's Kansai International Airport in April, in a bid to meet growing demand for travel between Singapore and Japan.

The new flights are subject to regulatory approvals, and tickets will be made available for sale progressively through various distribution channels, SIA said in a press statement.

The national carrier operates two daily flights on the Singapore-Osaka route, with the third to be introduced from April 27.

Nearly 2,000 seats a week will be added in each direction, SIA said.

The Airbus A330-300 aircraft will be operated, with Flight SQ620 departing Singapore at 8.30am and arriving in Osaka at 4.10pm. Meanwhile, the return flight will operate as SQ621, departing Osaka at 5.25pm and arriving in Singapore at 11.05pm.

What to read next

Emirates named World's Best Airline at Skytrax World Airline Awards 2016
Singapore Airlines to increase Indonesia and Australia services
Hong Kong Airlines to fly daily from Hong Kong to Osaka