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Virgin Australia to share more Singapore Airlines flights in Adelaide

By David Flynn     Filed under: singapore airlines, Adelaide, Virgin Australia

IN BRIEF | Virgin Australia is planning to offer more codeshare flights from Adelaide to the UK and Europe through its alliance with Singapore Airlines.

The new shared SQ services, which come on top of flights to Singapore, will extend to Amsterdam, Barcelona, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, London (Heathrow), Manchester, Milan, Moscow, Munich, Paris, Rome and  Zurich.

With 10 Singapore Airlines flights each week from Adelaide to Singapore, Virgin Australia exec Merren McArthur promises that travellers from the City of Churches "will have access to the greatest frequency of flights of any international airline from Adelaide, allowing connections to Singapore Airlines extensive network to Europe, the United Kingdom, Asia and South Africa" said .

“With a quick one-stop service through Singapore, our customers will be able to connect seamlessly to important business and leisure destinations including London and Paris and earn frequent flyer points and status credits in the process."


About David Flynn

David Flynn is the editor of Australian Business Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.


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1 on 9/10/12 by snoopy7787

A Good Thing.I booked mine back in July using SQ which is the same flight but costs about 5% more.


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