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Same Day Airline Connections Through Asia

Published: Tue 30 Mar 2004 12:06 AM
Singapore Airlines Provides Auckland Passengers Additional Same-Day Connections Throughout Asia
Auckland passengers on Singapore Airlines (SIA) morning flight SQ282 from Auckland to Singapore can now enjoy same-day connections to over 25 destinations throughout Asia.
The additional flight connections are the result of SIA, in March, adding two morning flights to the ten existing weekly flights operating from Auckland to Singapore.
The additional flights (SQ282) leave Auckland at 9.10am arriving in Singapore at 3.15pm (local time) offering same day connections to Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok, Ho Chi Minh, Beijing, Delhi and over 20 other Asian destinations (see below for the complete list of destinations).
In October 2003, Singapore Airlines boosted flights leaving Auckland from daily to ten per week, so this capacity increase is the second in six months offering more connections to Auckland passengers.
The SQ282, Auckland – Singapore service offers same-day connections to the following destinations:
REGION DESTINATION REGION DESTINATION
South East Asia Kuala Lumpur North Asia Taipei
Bangkok Hong Kong
Penang Osaka(VIA BKK)
Jakarta China Shanghai
Denpasar Beijing
Manila SilkAir* Langkawi
Ho Chi Minh Phuket
India Mumbai Krabi
Delhi Phnom Penh
Kolkata Trivandrum
Chennai Kochi
Dhaka Hyderabad
Bangalore
Male
*SilkAir is Singapore’s regional airline (a member of the Singapore Airlines Group)

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