Singapore Airlines to expand
As of October 2020, Singapore Airlines will be offering flights between Brussels and Singapore four times a week, using the modern Airbus A350. A Singapore Airlines A350 seats 253 passengers, of which 42 in business class, 24 in premium economy class, and 187 in economy class. Brussels is the 16th European destination within the Singapore Airlines network.
With flights from Amsterdam, Brussels and Dusseldorf, everyone living in the Benelux (with the exception of the Dutch Wadden Islands) will be able to be at an airport from which a Singapore Airlines flight departs within two hours. In Singapore, passengers can also fly on to numerous destinations in Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand. Singapore Airlines offers flights to no less than nine Australian destinations and all (ten) ASEAN countries.
The schedule as of October 2020:
|Flight number||Flight days||Departure||Arrival|
|SQ304 Singapore – Brussel||Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday||23:55 hrs||06:50 hrs (+1)|
|SQ303 Brussel – Singapore||Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday||11:30 hrs||06:55 hrs (+1)|
More flights to Amsterdam
In addition, with effect from the 2020/2021 winter season, capacity on the route between Amsterdam and Singapore will be increased. The daily flight from Amsterdam is currently operated with an Airbus A350 in a 3-class configuration. This will be replaced by a Boeing 777-300ER, which will increase capacity in business, premium and economy class. First class will also be introduced.
An airline of distinction
Singapore Airlines distinguishes itself with modern aircraft and cabins. But the service delivered by the cabin crew also plays an important role. They were voted ‘Best Cabin Crew’ by Skytrax in 2019. With Singapore Airlines’ Book the Cook service, business travellers will find everything they need for an unforgettable dining experience in the air. You can choose from a wide selection of culinary highlights up to 24 hours before your flight. With this refined service and wide range of choices, your business trip will be a personalised experience.
In all travel classes, Singapore Airlines’ in-flight entertainment system KrisWorld offers more than 1,000 on-demand entertainment options, including films, TV shows, documentaries, games and language courses. All passengers on board Singapore Airlines have access to LCD screens and video touch-screen handsets.
Any questions about the new route? Or would you like to book your ticket? Contact our Travel Consultants. They’ll be happy to help.
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