Singapore Airlines said it will increase frequencies to a variety of destinations during the northern hemisphere's winter operating season in response to growing demand. An additional daily service will be introduced on the Singapore-Bangkok route, increasing flight frequency to five per day from four, while services between SIN and Tokyo Haneda will return to twice-daily from daily. Frequency on the SIN-Osaka route will increase to 11 flights per week from 10. The airline's ...

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