Singapore . Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced that it will resume operations to India at pre-pandemic levels by October 30. The company said that this decision has been taken in view of the increasing demand for air travel.

The company said that 17 flights a week will gradually start operating till Chennai, which is currently 10 flights per week. Thus, there are currently seven flights per week for Kochi, which will be increased to 14, flights to Bengaluru will be increased from the existing seven to 16. SIA said that by October 30, 2022, the company will be operating for India with almost 100 per cent of its pre-Covid capacity.

John Tan, Senior Vice President (Marketing Planning), Singapore Airlines, said, “The demand for India traffic has increased, which is conducive to expanding our services in this important market. Before the pandemic, the airline operated a total of 96 flights per week to seven destinations in India. PLC/GT

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