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Singapore Airlines to Resume Medium Haul Services to Kolkata

Singapore Airlines (SIA) announces the reintroduction of its A350-900 medium-haul wide-body aircraft on the Kolkata to Singapore sector.

Singapore Airlines will operate daily flights with the A350 services operating every Saturday, Sunday and Monday. The inaugural A350 service, SQ 516, will depart from Kolkata’s Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport. The Airline will continue to operate its B737-8 narrow-body services through the remainder of the week. The relaunch of wide-body services from Kolkata is expected to result in a 41.5% increase in seat capacity to Singapore.

Sy Yen Chen, General Manager India for Singapore Airlines, said, “We are delighted to finally relaunch our A350 medium haul services to Kolkata once again. This is a significant milestone for us that will not only cater to the steadily growing demand from West Bengal but will also open up new cargo opportunities from the region that were previously unavailable to us due to product-related capacity constraints.”

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