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Singapore Airlines' new Brisbane Route
Singapore Airlines has just announced that it will be increasing their service between Singapore and Brisbane.
This announcement now means that as of August 22nd this year there will be 28 flights per week connecting the two ports.
Due to the increase in demand from tourists wanting to visit Queensland, Singapore Airlines has decided that these extra flights will cater to the demand from not only Asian tourists but tourists from the more than 300 destinations that use Singapore as a connecting port on their journey to Queensland.
This increase means that there will now be four daily services between Brisbane and Changi airport in Singapore, with the potential to bring in an additional 100,000 tourists per year to the state.
This is a boon for Queenslanders, with many predicting a significant boost in both the Brisbane and Queensland economies due to the extra flights.
Singapore's Extra Flights
Many people from both Asia and beyond view Queensland as a highly desirable location for a holiday.
With Singapore Airlines providing these extra flights, both the Brisbane area and the state of Queensland will benefit.
These extra visitors will be able to easily connect to other areas of the state through the Brisbane Airport, or experience all of the great things that the city of Brisbane and its surrounds have to offer.
Singapore Airlines first started flying to Brisbane in 1984, and since then has become one of the main airlines to service the airport.
Singapore Airlines has been bringing in visitors from all across the globe for over 30 years, and these extra services prove their commitment to the state of Queensland and highlight their belief that Queensland is a highly desirable place to visit in 2017.
Alongside these extra services between Changi and Brisbane airports,
has also announced extra services to other major cities across Australia, which will have wide-ranging benefits for Australians.
Whether it is extra tourists visiting areas and boosting local economies or more competition for flights when Australians are looking to head overseas.
The Melbourne to Singapore route will increase to 31 weekly services between the two cities, up from the current 28 flights per week. Starting this July, there will be a fifth service on Monday, Friday and Saturday connecting the two airports.
Sydney also sees an increase in flights
, with the announcement of 35 flights per week during the peak travel period of June through to September. This means that there will be 5 services per day connecting Sydney to Singapore to cater for the increase in demand for flights over the busy winter period.
Singapore Airlines has been flying to Australia for almost 50 years, and these extra flights mean that they are going to be an even bigger presence in Australian skies.
These extra services provide competition for the other airlines, both local and international.
This is a bonus for consumers, as the extra flights mean more choice and hopefully lower prices when choosing a holiday destination, as well as bringing in extra tourists which will help to boost the Australian economy.
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