In Australia, Singapore Airlines will operate a fourth daily service to Perth, up from three flights per day.
Capacity will also increase to Melbourne with the Airbus A380 superjumbo used for two of the three daily flights, up from one.
This will take effect from August 16 and continue through the northern winter season.
As previously announced, frequency to London Heathrow will increase to four flights per day from three.
A daily Hong Kong flight which continues to San Francisco will be served with the A380 instead of the Boeing 777-300ER on a seasonal basis between December 28 and March 24, 2013.
This will increase to two the number of Hong Kong flights served each day with the A380, while it will be the first time SIA will be operating the A380 to San Francisco.
On Wednesdays and Sundays, the Silk Air Darwin-Singapore service will be retimed from the current early morning departure to an evening flight, allowing for increased connectivity to Singapore Airlines’ European and North Asian network.
The inbound Singapore-Darwin flight on the same day will be retimed to a morning departure. The frequency of flights on this route remains unchanged at four times weekly.
Singapore Airlines Group’s parent airline company turned around from an operating loss of S$36 million in the first quarter of the last financial year to record a profit of S$85 million for the three months ended June 30, 2012.
Revenue (+7%) rose at a faster pace than expenditure (+3%) on the back of increased passenger carriage (+9.6%), partially offset by lower yields (-3%).
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