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Singapore Airlines increases the frequency of flights to Milan

Singapore Airlines increases the number of flights between Milan and Singapore. The premium Asian airline, which currently operates 1 flight per week, will increase its weekly flights to 3 as of January 19, 2021. The new flights will depart from Milan Malpensa for Singapore every Monday, Thursday and Saturday morning while the return flights will arrive in Milan every Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. The flights are operated by the Airbus A350-900, a fuel efficient aircraft with a capacity of 253 seats: 42 in Business, 24 in Premium and 187 in Economy Class. A total of 1,518 seats and increased cargo capacity for goods will be available every week between the 2 cities. “Italy is an important market and the increase in the number of long-haul flights confirms our commitment to Milan and Singapore Airlines’ confidence in an imminent market recovery. It is our intention to gradually restore the capacity of our flights to and from Italy to pre-Covid-19 levels, “said Dale Woodhouse, Singapore Airlines Country Manager for Italy.
The airline will also increase the frequency of flights to various destinations in Europe, including the resumption of services to Munich and Moscow.