Silk Air launches new route from Singapore to Changsha

Silk Air’s arrival in Changsha was a major event. Not only is Singapore the airport’s second country market outside of Greater China after South Korea, but passengers now have improved connectivity through the Star Alliance hub airport.

Silk Air’s arrival in Changsha was a major event. Not only is Singapore the airport’s second country market outside of Greater China after South Korea, but passengers now have improved connectivity through the Star Alliance hub airport.

  • Silk Air, Singapore Airlines’ subsidiary operating narrowbody aircraft, on 31 October launched a new route from Singapore (SIN) to Changsha (CSX) in south-central China, a major tourist destination and place of Mao Zedong’s former residence. The 3000km route is operated three times weekly – on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays – with A320 series aircraft. The route is Silk Air’s fifth new service this year from Singapore Changi Airport.

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