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Singapore Airlines to increase flights to Japan

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will operate more flights to Japan and India in the coming months amid strong demand for air travel.

In a media release on Tuesday (Jul 5), SIA said it will operate daily services to Tokyo's Haneda Airport (SQ634) and Narita Airport (SQ638) from Jul 24.

"Together with the daily SQ12 service from Singapore to Los Angeles via Tokyo (Narita), SIA will operate three daily services into Japan's capital, up from 14 flights per week," it added.

From Oct 30, the daily SQ636 service to Haneda Airport will be reinstated, bringing the number of SIA flights to Tokyo to 28 weekly.

A second daily flight to Osaka will also be reinstated on Oct 30, while flights to Fukuoka will increase to three per week.

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