Singapore Airlines Adds 6th Daily Flight To Bali
Flights from Singapore Airlines to Denpasar, Bali, have risen. Sixth daily service was added, with the first one beginning in July. For the 1,037-mile (1,669-km) airport pair, this is the carrier’s highest regular frequency. Whether by coincidence or not, the new flight is added a month after Emirates starts flying the A380 to Bali. Beginning on July 1st, Singapore Airlines will operate six daily flights to Bali; this frequency will persist through October 28th, the final day of the northern summer. The table that follows provides a summary of them.
According to Aeroroutes and verified by the Star Alliance member’s website and OAG schedules, the sixth daily flight, operated by the Boeing 737 MAX 8, is SQ948 out and SQ949 back. Before, no aircraft would have stayed the night in Denpasar.
Singapore Airlines offers passenger flights to 76 locations across the world, according to an analysis of their whole northern summer schedule conducted using OAG. There are seats available for 32 different nations, with Australia having the most seats available, followed by India, Indonesia, Japan, and Malaysia.
Bali is third with 344,000 seats available, moving up from eighth place in summer 2019. Certainly, capacity has increased by 17% due to expansion, but other countries’ “negative recoveries,” particularly those in Hong Kong and Shanghai, have also contributed.