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Singapore and Aegean Airlines Sign Codeshare Agreement


Singapore Airlines and Aegean Airlines Sign Codeshare Agreement

From 1 December 2012, Singapore Airlines customers will be able to fly to the Greek cities of Athens and Thessaloniki through a codeshare agreement with Star Alliance partner Aegean Airlines.

Under the agreement, Singapore Airlines will add its ‘SQ’ code to Aegean-operated flights serving the Greek capital Athens from Frankfurt, London, Milan and Munich, as well as to flights serving Greece’s second-largest city Thessaloniki from Frankfurt and Munich.

On a reciprocal basis, Aegean will add its ‘A3’ code to SIA-operated flights serving Singapore from Frankfurt, Milan and Munich, and flights beyond Singapore to Melbourne and Sydney. Aegean’s codeshare on Singapore Airlines-operated flights will commence once regulatory approvals have been obtained.

“This new codeshare arrangement with our Star Alliance partner Aegean Airlines will provide our customers convenient connections to Greece and broaden our network for both business and leisure travellers,” said Singapore Airlines Acting Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, Mr Chin Yau Seng.

Aegean Airlines’ Planning & Alliances Director, Mr Tassos Raftopoulos, added: “Aegean Airlines are delighted to team up with Singapore Airlines whose high quality product and service ethics closely match our own customer proposition, with an expansion that aligns very well to the further growth of our Star Alliance partnerships. Thanks to this new partnership we can now offer Greek passengers a great travel solution to Singapore and via Singapore to all countries in Southeast Asia and Australia. Connecting flights via Singapore, a major hub in Southeast Asia, will facilitate incoming tourism from these important markets.”

Tickets for the codeshare flights are now open for sale, for travel from 1 December 2012. Details of the codeshare services are shown in below. Customers are advised to check singaporeair.com for updates to flight schedules.


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For more information please contact:
Murray Wild, Singapore Airlines, (09) 300 5353 or email Murray_Wild@Singaporeair.com.sg
Fred Russo, Botica Butler Raudon Partners, (09) 303 3862 or email Fredr@botica.co.nz


Singapore Airlines codeshare on flights operated by Aegean Airlines:

Between Frankfurt (FRA) and Athens (ATH)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
A3 830 SQ 2860 ATH-FRA Daily

Between London (LHR) and Athens (ATH)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
A3 602 SQ 2862 ATH-LHR Mon/Tues/Thur/Sat/Sun
A3 603 SQ 2863 LHR-ATH Mon/Tues/Thur/Sat/Sun

Between Milan (MXP) and Athens (ATH)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
A3 660 SQ 2856 ATH-MXP Mon/Tues/Wed/Thur/Sat
A3 661 SQ 2857 MXP-ATH Mon/Tues/Wed/Thur/Sat
A3 665 SQ 2865 MXP-ATH Thur/Fri/Sun

Between Munich (MUC) and Athens (ATH)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
A3 802 SQ 2858 ATH-MUC Daily
A3 803 SQ 2859 MUC-ATH Daily

Between Frankfurt (FRA) and Thessaloniki (SKG)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
A3 530 SQ 2852 SKG-FRA Daily
A3 531 SQ 2853 FRA-SKG Daily

Between Munich (MUC) and Thessaloniki (SKG)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
A3 500 SQ 2850 SKG-MUC Daily
A3 501 SQ 2851 MUC-SKG Daily



Aegean Airlines codeshare on flights operated by Singapore Airlines:

Between Singapore (SIN) and Frankfurt (FRA)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
SQ 26 A3 1201 SIN-FRA Daily
SQ 25 A3 1202 FRA-SIN Daily
SQ 325 A3 1204 FRA-SIN Daily

Between Singapore (SIN) and Milan (MXP)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
SQ 378 A3 1203 SIN-MXP Tues/Sun
SQ 368 A3 1205 SIN-MXP Mon/Thur/Sat
SQ 367 A3 1206 MXP-SIN Mon/Thur/Sat
SQ 377 A3 1208 MXP-SIN Wed/Sun

Between Singapore (SIN) and Munich (MUC)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
SQ 328 A3 1207 SIN-MUC Daily
SQ 327 A3 1210 MUC-SIN Daily

Between Singapore (SIN) and Melbourne (MEL)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
SQ 217 A3 1215 SIN-MEL Daily
SQ 227 A3 1217 SIN-MEL Daily
SQ 228 A3 1216 MEL-SIN Daily

Between Singapore (SIN) and Sydney (SYD)
Operating Flight Codeshare Flight Sector Days of Operation
SQ 241 A3 1209 SIN-SYD Daily
SQ 211 A3 1211 SIN-SYD Daily
SQ 221 A3 1213 SIN-SYD Daily
SQ 222 A3 1212 SYD-SIN Daily
SQ 212 A3 1214 SYD-SIN Daily

A3 codeshare flights on SQ-operated flights will commence once regulatory approvals have been obtained.


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