Articles Tagged ‘SIN’
Scoot, Singapore Airlines’ low-cost long haul airline, now flies from Singapore Changi Airport to Tianjin near China’s capital Beijing.
Firefly now flies from Kota Bahru in Malaysia to Singapore and from Penang to Koh Samui in Thailand.
Scoot, the low-cost airline, now flies between Singapore Changi Airport and Thailand’s capital airport Bangkok Suvarnabhumi Airport.
Singapore welcomes Scoot’s new flights to Sydney and Gold Coast; passenger numbers set to pass 50 million in 2012
Singapore’s Changi Airport reported double-digit growth in 2010 and 2011 and is off to a strong start in 2012. What share of capacity do Singapore Airlines and its related airlines have? Which are the leading country markets and which new services have already been started this year?
Scoot becomes third long-haul LCC to serve Gold Coast in Australia following AirAsia X and Jetstar.
Scoot launches with flights from Singapore to Sydney; Gold Coast, Bangkok and Tianjin starting by end of August
The latest medium to long-haul LCC is up and running in Singapore. Just how cheap are its fares to Sydney (and back)? What’s included in the ‘headline’ price, what additional (non-optional) fees are there, and what extras do you have to pay for? We take a look at available fares on the Sydney route all […]
SilkAir now flies from its hub at Singapore Changi Airport to Hanoi, the capital of Vietnam, complementing Singapore Airlines’ flights.
Tiger Airways introduces three weekly flights between Singapore and Colombo. Will compete against SriLankan and Singapore Airlines.
Scoot, the new low-cost airline, now flies from Singapore Changi Airport to Sydney Airport in Australia.
AirPhil Express starts first international services from Clark to Singapore and Hong Kong.
Hainan Airlines now flies from Taiyuan via Haikou Meilan Airport on the island of Hainan to Singapore Changi Airport.
Tiger Airways’ network still growing in Singapore; Kochi flights resume as 20-strong fleet now serves 26 destinations
Despite operating for over seven years Tiger Airways’ Singapore-based fleet is still only a relatively modest 20 aircraft. How has its network developed and which destinations does it currently serve? What competition does it face, especially on its main routes, and how do the number of flights vary by day of week?