Singapore Airlines can considerably boost its Republic of Indonesia services from July, with the introduction of daily flights to Surabaya, and a rise in frequency to the capital capital of Indonesia and therefore the resort island of Bali.


From July 26 2013, SIA can take over one among 2 daily Surabaya flights presently operated by regional subsidiary SilkAir.

Surabaya is that the second-largest town in Republic of Indonesia and therefore the capital of East Java.

The airline can operate 285-seat airliner A330s for the daily Surabaya flights, increasing combined SIA and SilkAir capability on the route by 48%.

Also on July 26, SIA can introduce a ninth daily service to capital of Indonesia, and can at the same time add its fourth daily service to Denpasar (Bali).

SIA presently operates 56 weekly capital of Indonesia flights – quite to the other destination in its network – and twenty one weekly Denpasar flights.

SilkAir presently operates 60 weekly fights to 9 Indonesian destinations, and in July and August can launch services to 2 a lot of points, particularly metropolis and Makassar.

“The Indonesian economy is growing and this has increased demand for each business and leisure travel.”