There'll be 121 flights to Australia per week.
According to a release, Singapore Airlines will be increasing frequency to points in Australia, Asia and Europe during the Northern Summer operating season (31 March 2013 – 26 October 2013) to cater to growing demand in select markets.
A fourth daily service will be operated to Melbourne, up from the current three flights per day, while Adelaide flight frequency will increase to 12 per week from 10.
The increases will lift to 121 the total number of flights operated to Australia each week by Singapore Airlines and subsidiary SilkAir.
Within Asia, services will increase to both Fukuoka and Osaka in Japan. Fukuoka flight frequency will increase to daily from five per week, while Osaka flight frequency will increase to twice-daily from 11 per week.
Between 20 May and 11 August, Singapore-Moscow-Houston frequency will increase to daily, up from the current five flights per week.
As recently announced, services to Copenhagen will increase to five flights per week from three with effect from 31 March.
As also announced recently, non-stop services between Singapore and Los Angeles and between Singapore and Newark will cease, with the last departures on 20 October and 23 November, respectively. Services to Los Angeles via Tokyo Narita and to New York JFK via Frankfurt are unaffected.
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