Singapore Airlines today announced the launch of its fourth weekly flight from Ahmedabad to Singapore, beginning from March 26.
Singapore Airlines today announced the launch of its fourth weekly flight from Ahmedabad to Singapore, beginning from March 26. All flights will be operated by the Airbus A330-300 wide-body aircraft, Singapore Airlines said in a release issued here. “Travel to and from Ahmedabad has steadily increased over the years. Singapore Airlines is pleased to offer an additional frequency to meet the growing market demand. The new service will provide travellers a much sought after weekend departure window, to travel to Singapore and to onward destinations,” Singapore Airlines General Manager, India, David Lim said.
He further said Indian nationals can also avail one-way, visa free transit facility for up to 96 hours in Singapore with a valid onward ticket and a valid visa from selected countries. The transit facility will be provided at the discretion of the immigration authorities. With Singapore as its main hub, the Airline operates services to 61 destinations in 31 countries.