Singapore’s SilkAir will start nonstop scheduled operations to South Korea’s Busan from May 1. The 4X-weekly service will be the second connection between Korea and Singapore, as currently all flights are linked via Incheon International Airport.  The Singapore Airlines (SIA) subsidiary will use the Boeing 737 MAX 8 for this route, with 12 seats in business and 144 seats in economy class. The 737 MAX 8 fleet will undergo a refit to upgrade its inflight products starting May ...

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