Muscat – Singapore Airlines (SIA) will ramp up frequency to destinations across its network during the Northern Summer 2024 operating season – from March 31 to October 26 – supporting the strong demand for air travel to its key markets.
This includes increasing flight frequencies to pre-pandemic levels across multiple points and exceeding them in some.
Destinations include Dubai, United Arab Emirates; Beijing and Shanghai, China; Da Nang, Vietnam; Darwin, Melbourne and Perth, Australia; Tokyo-Haneda, Japan; and many others.
From March 31, 2024, SIA will mount a new four-times weekly service between Singapore and Dubai (SQ496 and SQ497) with the A350-900 medium-haul aircraft. This will bring services between the two cities from seven-times weekly to 11-times weekly, exceeding pre-pandemic levels.
JoAnn Tan, Senior Vice-President – Marketing Planning at Singapore Airlines, said, “With the release of SIA’s Northern Summer schedules, our customers can plan ahead and start making their travel plans for 2024. Our customers will be able to enjoy greater choice and flexibility when they travel with us, as SIA continues to adjust and expand its network in response to demand patterns.”
Shyamaprasad Kallat, General Manager of Mezoon Travel, said that the company takes immense pride in representing the world-renowned brand as an airline partner for over 50 years in Oman.
“We would carry forward this legacy with a connectivity option through codeshare partners to travel beyond Dubai on Singapore Airlines. With this additional frequency, the airline offers more seamless connections to the rest of the world, catering to elite and premium traffic out of Oman.”