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Singapore Airlines Signs Codeshare Agreement

Singapore Airlines Signs Codeshare Agreement with Scandinavian Airlines

From 1 December 2010, Singapore Airlines’ customers can enjoy codeshare services to three new destinations in Scandinavia – Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm – through an agreement with Star Alliance partner Scandinavian Airlines (SAS).

SIA operates three flights per week between Singapore and the Danish capital Copenhagen. The codeshare agreement will enable SIA customers to travel beyond Copenhagen to Helsinki, Oslo and Stockholm on SAS-operated flights carrying the SQ code. On a reciprocal basis, SAS will add its SK code to SIA’s flights between Copenhagen and Singapore, as well as on selected flights between Singapore and Bangkok. Details can be found in the annex below.

Singapore Airlines’ Senior Vice President Sales Regions, Mr Ng Kian Wah, said: “We are delighted to announce this agreement with SAS, enabling us to add destinations in Finland, Norway and Sweden to our codeshare network. We are confident the tie-up will pave the way for more leisure and business travel by offering customers of both airlines more travel options via Copenhagen and Singapore.”

ANNEX

SIA CODESHARE ON FLIGHTS OPERATED BY SAS:

Sector : Copenhagen-Oslo vv
SAS Operating Flight No. SQ Marketing
Flight No. Sectors Day of Operations
SK 1462 SQ 2762 Copenhagen-Oslo 2,4
SK 454 SQ 2754 Copenhagen-Oslo 6
SK 1453 SQ 2753 Oslo-Copenhagen 2,4,6

Sector : Copenhagen-Stockholm vv
SAS Operating Flight No. SQ Marketing
Flight No. Sectors Day of Operations
SK 1418 SQ 2718 Copenhagen-Stockholm 2, 4, 6
SK 403 SQ 2703 Stockholm-Copenhagen 2, 4
SK 1417 SQ 2717 Stockholm-Copenhagen 6

Sector : Copenhagen-Helsinki vv
SAS Operating Flight No. SQ Marketing
Flight No. Sectors Day of Operations
SK 1712 SQ 2712 Copenhagen-Helsinki 2,4
SK 6621 SQ 2721 Copenhagen-Helsinki 6
SK 713 SQ 2713 Helsinki-Copenhagen 2,4,6


SAS Codeshare on flights operated by SIA:

Singapore-Copenhagen vv
SIA Operating Flight No. SAS Marketing Flight No. Sectors Day of Operations
SQ 352 SK 8000 Singapore-Copenhagen 2,4,6
SQ 351 SK 8001 Copenhagen-Singapore 2,4,6


Singapore-Bangkok vv
SIA Operating Flight No. SAS Marketing Flight No. Sectors Day of Operations
SQ 970 SK 8003 Singapore-Bangkok 3,5,7
SQ 979 SK 8004 Bangkok-Singapore 1,3,5

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