Singapore Airlines (SIA) has evolved into one of the most respected travel brands in the world, and operates one of the world’s youngest and most modern fleets. The SIA network spans over five continents, so no matter where you are, you will almost always have the opportunity to meet our symbolic Singapore Girl, who epitomises the greatest in quality customer care and service.
If comfort is of the utmost importance, then you might like to revel in the brand new SIA suites, the first of its kind in the world. Lounge in the largest-ever seat, a lavish armchair with adjustable headrest and armrests. Even business is a pleasure in the New Business Class, with each leather seat unfolding to the largest full-flat bed in business class. Conveniences such as a centralised business panel offering in-seat power supply and USB ports are also readily available so you can do your work in quiet comfort.
Singapore Airlines provides passenger service to and from 63 cities in 35 countries all over the world. Its regional wing, SilkAir, connects to 31 countries within Asia.
If you are from North America, SIA operates routes from New York (both direct and via Frankfurt), Houston (via Moscow), Los Angeles (both direct and via Tokyo), and San Francisco (via Hong Kong and Seoul). SIA also operates flights to and from the West Asia and African continents.
You can fly into Singapore from a wide range of countries such as Capetown or Johannesburg, Mumbai, Karachi, Lahore, Ahmedabad, Cairo, the Maldives and New Delhi. If you are coming in from Europe, SIA readily flies into Singapore from locations such as Cophenhagen, Manchester, Munich, Zurich, Milan, Paris, London, Athens and Rome. Besides most Australian cities such as Brisbane, Sydney and Melbourne, SIA also flies to and from New Zealand via Auckland and Christchurch. For more information on global route maps and booking procedures, log on to www.singaporeair.com.
If it’s budget flights you’re looking for, check out AirAsia, also known as the world’s best low-cost airline, which flies to Singapore from Australia, China, Hong Kong, India, Macau, the Philippines, the United Kingdom and the United Arab Emirates. Its low prices are made available by the exclusion of administrative charges such as fuel surcharge, and its easy-to-navigate website, www.airasia.com, allows you to book your flight and choose from over 50, 000 hotels online.
Other budget airlines that allow you to fly to Singapore without burning a hole in your pocket include Tiger Airways (www.tigerairways.com), Australia’s Jet Star Airways (www.jetstar.com), Indonesia’s Lion Air (www.lionair.co.id) and the Philippines’s Cebu Pacific Air (www.cebupacificair.com).