Singapore Airlines has increased flights to Mumbai to meet the surging travel demand. With this, the airline is one step closer to restoring pre-pandemic capacity on Mumbai route.
Singapore Airlines, one of the largest airlines flying into Australia, has announced that it is ramping up its operations to Australia as the demand for flights continues to surge.
Qantas has today confirmed its Airbus order for A350-1000, A321XLR and A220-300 aircraft as it was expected. The order marks the transition from an “all-Boeing airline” to a mixed “Airbus-Boeing” airline with Airbus becoming the leader in this.
Qantas is expected to announce ‘Project Sunrise’ flights tomorrow and also is expected to finalise Airbus A350-1000 aircraft order soon.
Lufthansa has unveiled new Business Class seats that it will be available on select Airbus A350s.
Delta Airlines has announced that it is ramping up flight frequency on Los Angeles-Sydney route from December 2022.
Etihad Airways has unveiled stunning new Airbus A350 cabin.
Malaysia Airlines has announced plans to increase flights to London Heathrow. The announcement comes after Malaysia announced that it will reopen its borders to international travellers on 1st April 2022.
Singapore Airlines is betting big on New York flights. The airline has scheduled twice-daily nonstop flights to New York in the Summer schedule of 2022.
Finnair has announced plans to boost frequency of flights and increase capacity to United Kingdom and Ireland from Helsinki, Finland.