23 Aug '11, 10am

SilkAir, regional wing of Singapore Airlines, will fly from Singapore to Bandung, Indonesia starting from October.

SINGAPORE: SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, will fly to two new destinations from October. The carrier said on Tuesday that scheduled passenger services to Bandung, Indonesia will begin on 11 October, while passenger services to Changsha, China will start on 31 October - the latter subject to regulatory approvals. The Bandung flights will operate three times weekly on Tuesdays, Fridays and Sundays using Airbus A319 aircraft. This will increase to five times weekly during the northern winter season that takes effect from 30 October. Changsha will be served by three weekly services on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays with Airbus A320 aircraft, said SilkAir. It said Bandung and Changsha are the 37th and 38th destination respectively in SilkAir's network. "Earlier this year, on 28 February, we started scheduled services to Pekanbaru, Indonesia and on 1 August...

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