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SIA To Operate Seasonal Services To Athens

October 1, 2013 Aviation No Comments Email Email

Following the suspension of services in October 2012, Singapore Airlines will be returning to Athens on a temporary basis between June and October 2014 to meet expected demand during the peak summer travel season. 
Flights will be operated twice per week, on Mondays and Thursdays, between 9 June 2014 and 9 October 2014. Boeing 777-200ERs will be used for the flights.

Singapore-Athens flights will operate as SQ382, departing at 0205hrs and arriving at 0830hrs. Athens-Singapore return flights will operate as SQ381, departing at 1300hrs and arriving at 0455hrs the following day.

Bookings for travel from Australia to Athens using this seasonal service will be available from 2 October 2013, including the Airline’s 2014 Early Bird sale.

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