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Singapore Airlines to start fourth flight from Ahmedabad

17 February 2017 | Ahmedabad
 

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With travellers from Gujarat showing a preference for weekend visits to Singapore - for holiday and shopping - Singapore Airlines has tapped the opportunity by launching an additional flight from Ahmedabad.

On Thursday the flagship carrier of the island city-state announced the launch of its fourth weekly flight from Ahmedabad to Singapore, starting from March 26.

The company said that All flights will be operated by Airbus A330-300 wide-body aircraft.

David Lim, General Manager India – Singapore Airlines said, "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."

   
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