Singapore Airlines Adds Lift

Singapore Airlines is increasing service to Auckland, Hong Kong and Bangalore over the holidays and into the new year. The carrier is adding two flights a week between Singapore and Auckland in December and adding a third seasonal flight between the destinations from early January through the end of February, increasing total flights from 10 to 13 a week. In addition, the carrier is adding three additional flights a week between Singapore and Hong Kong until mid-January. Beginning the end of March 2007, the carrier will boost its scheduled service by four flights a week. The carrier also recently increased its scheduled lift to Bangalore. In related news, in North America the carrier has debuted upgrades in all three cabins of service, including new seating and new entertainment options. Visit [www.singporeair.com].

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