Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Cathay Pacific Singapore more Flights will be added to the Taipei-Singapore

SINGAPORE AIRLINES, CATHAY PACIFIC TO ADD NEW FLIGHTS

TAIPEI, Feb 17, 2011 (AsiaPulse via COMTEX) --

Singapore Airlines (SGX:C6L) announced Wednesday that more flights will be added to the Taipei-Singapore route next month, while Cathay Pacific Airways (SEHK:0293) also plans to increase flights between Hong Kong and southern Taiwan's Kaohsiung City at the same time.

Singapore Airlines said the number of its flights between Taipei and Singapore will be increased from 14 to 18 every week from March 27 to meet growing demand.

The newly added flights will all be in the morning, as the airline at present only provides flights in the afternoon and evening.

Meanwhile, Cathay Pacific said it is planning to increase the number of its flights between Kaohsiung and Hong Kong to 42 from 32 every week from the same date.

The number of its Taipei-Hong Kong flights will remain at 101 per week, according to the airline.

Cathay Pacific Singapore more Flights will be added to the Taipei-Singapore

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