Dhaka: Singapore Airlines is set to roll out A350-900 on its new route Singapore–Ahmedabad in Gujarat. The new service will be launched from February 1 making Ahmedabad the airline’s seventh destination in India.
The service is reported to be operated six days a week from the beginning of February, ramping up to a daily service from March 29.
The outbound flights will push back from Singapore’s Changi Airport at dinner time for a mid-evening arrival into Ahmedabad’s Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel International Airport.
The return flight is a late evening departure from Ahmedabad, flying through the night for a breakfast time arrival into Singapore. Flying time is five hours and 40 minutes. For the first two months, the flights will not operate on Wednesdays.
The new service to Ahmedabad will provide local residents with one-stop access to North America, Oceania and Asia.