Singapore Airlines to add more flights to Moscow, Sydney and Tokyo


Singapore Airlines is going to be adding more flights to cities around the world, including Los Angeles, Moscow, Sydney and Tokyo.

The airline will begin increasing its number of flights starting on October 31., according to Bloomberg news.

“The adjustments are in response to further growth in demand for travel,” said Singapore Airlines in a statement that was released.

The airline will add a second daily service to Sydney with an Airbus SAS A380, which is the largest commercial jet in the world, along with adding a flight to Tokyo, according to the news source

The Airbus A380 offers double-deck passenger cabins, which are wider than many cabins on planes, according to Airbus’ website. On many plans the upper deck is reserved for first class and business seating, while the main deck is economy seating, according to the website. Data from the International Air Transport Association suggests that global air travel is increasing, along with the need for premium services, which is leading larger airlines to add more flights to accommodate the large influx of travelers. ADNFCR-3467-ID-19904060-ADNFCR

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