Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be taking over the 4X-weekly Singapore-Busan route from its regional subsidiary SilkAir. Subject to regulatory approval, the transfer will begin Oct. 28. SIA will deploy the Airbus A330-300, upguaged from the current Boeing 737-800, with a 76% capacity increase. SIA’s A330-300 seats 30 in business and 255 in economy, compared to 12 business and 150 economy on the 737-800. “Demand for SilkAir’s Busan flights since the launch of the ...

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