Singapore Airlines starting 3rd daily service to Osaka on April 27, 2019

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Belmont Lay | February 13, 12:16 am


Singapore Airlines will add a third daily service to Osaka’s Kansai International Airport on April 27, 2019.

Nearly 2,000 extra seats

With nearly 2,000 seats a week to be added in each direction, this will meet growing demand for travel between Singapore and Japan.

The announcement was made on Tuesday, Feb. 12.

SIA currently operates two daily flights on the Singapore-Osaka route.

Starting in April 2019

Tickets will be made available for sale progressively through various distribution channels as the new flights are subject to regulatory approvals.

Flight SQ620 departs Singapore at 8.30am and arrives in Osaka at 4.10pm.

The return flight will operate as SQ621.

It departs Osaka at 5.25pm and arrives in Singapore at 11.05pm.

The Airbus A330-300 aircraft will be operated.

SIA already runs six daily services to Tokyo, as well as daily services to Fukuoka and Nagoya.

Other flights to Japan

SIA’s regional subsidiary, SilkAir, operates services to Hiroshima thrice a week.

Low-cost subsidiary Scoot flies 11 weekly flights to Osaka, four weekly flights to Sapporo, and 19 weekly flights to Tokyo’s Narita airport.

The entire group as a whole will operate a combined total of 114 weekly flights between Singapore and Japan once SIA’s third daily service to Osaka begins.

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