Singapore Airlines Launching Daily Flights To Beijing's Daxing Airport

(MENAFN- Bangladesh Monitor)

Dhaka: Singapore airlines unveiled plans to launch daily flights between Singapore and Beijing's Daxing International Airport from November 11, 2024, subject to regulatory approvals.

SIA will operate Boeing 787-10 aircraft on the route, featuring 36 Business Class and 301 Economy Class seats.

About the plan, Kong Yue, Vice President, Beijing Daxing International Airport, said,“Singapore Airlines is the first foreign airline to operate services from Beijing Daxing International Airport to Singapore. We believe the inception of Singapore Airlines at Beijing Daxing International Airport will bring about a renewed sense of energy and opportunities, fulfilling the travel demand between both countries as we jointly work together for more good things to come.”

The airline will also increase the frequency of flights to Beijing Capital International Airport to 21 weekly services from August 5, 2024, up from 18 services per week. In total, SIA will operate 28 weekly services to China's capital city from November 2024.

With the addition of Beijing Daxing, SIA will operate flights to eight destinations in mainland China: Beijing (Capital), Beijing (Daxing), Chengdu, Chongqing, Guangzhou, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Xiamen.

About the development, Dai Haoyu, Acting Senior Vice President Marketing Planning, SIA, said,“With 24 destinations in the group's mainland China network, we offer some of the best options and connections for travel between Singapore and China, and beyond.”

Tickets for SIA's Beijing Daxing services are available for sale through the various distribution channels from June 24, 2024.

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