Thursday, October 20, 2016

Singapore Airlines adds Belgrade codeshare flights

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Singapore Airlines has begun codesharing on Swiss International Airlines' flights to Belgrade. The Singaporean carrier has placed its designator code and flight numbers (SQ2906/7) onto Swiss' early afternoon service between Zurich and Belgrade, six times per week, starting this month, marking its first codeshare flights to the Serbian capital. Singapore Airlines has strengthened its codeshare partnerships in the region recently and has concluded a deal with Croatia Airlines as well.

5 comments:

  1. Why not with Aegean? It would make more sense.

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    1. Istanbul would make it better or closer but I assume that this was the Star Alliance who made the decision, not Singapore. It gives more benefits to LH group instead of funneling non-LH group alliance members such as Turkish.

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  2. there are no direct flight between Singapore and Athens, thus passengers will have at least one additional stop

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    1. there will be direct flight from Athens to Singapore with low cost airlines flyscoot owened by singapore Airlines. the flights are starting in 2017.

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  3. Singapore Airlines, world's very best company - as closer to Belgrade as better, SQ forever ! :)

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