Singapore Airlines to offer additional flights to Paris
Ni Nyoman Wira
The Jakarta Post
Singapore Airlines is set to increase its flights from Singapore to Paris starting on Oct. 30.
The move will add to the airline’s existing Paris service that consists of seven flights per week.
Three additional flights on Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, instead of the Airbus A380-800s that currently serve the Paris routes, to Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris will operate on Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays.
The 777-300ER can accommodate 264 seats comprising first class, business class, premium economy class and economy class.
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“The additional flights are subject to regulatory approvals,” the flag carrier of Singapore stated in a press release. “Tickets will be made available for sale progressively through various distribution channels.”
Singapore Airlines recently introduced new rewards and benefits to members of the PPS Club, an exclusive club within its frequent flyer program KrisFlyer. The benefits include non-expiring KrisFlyer miles, fast-track security and immigration clearance in selected airports and complimentary preferred seat selection when traveling in premium economy class or economy class on Singapore Airlines or economy class on SilkAir. (kes)
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