Singapore Airlines (SIA) regional offshoot SilkAir is to launch a four-times-weekly service to the Maldives starting October. The carrier will operate the flights on weekdays, excluding Friday, and will complement its parent carrier's daily services to give 14 flights a week to Ibrahim Nasir International Airport, on Hulhule' Island, Maldives. It will use Airbus A320 aircraft for the new schedule. Concurrently, four of Singapore Airlines' flights on the same route will be ...

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