BEIJING - SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, has announced plans to increase services across China.
From April 24, SilkAir will launch the first flight from Singapore to Wuhan in central China, which will be operated thrice weekly. It will be SilkAir's seventh destination in China.
Flights between Singapore and Changsha will be increased to four times a week from three flights. Two weekly flights will be added to the Singapore-Chongqing route, making it a daily service.
As a full-service premium airline, SilkAir currently flies to 38 destinations across 11 countries.