Passengers who wish to travel to Singapore can look to SilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines, which currently offers four weekly flights to Singapore.
Two of these flights stopover in Siem Reap, en route to Singapore, which means customers have the added option of traveling to Siem Reap to visit the kingdom of Cambodia. The Da Nang-Singapore flights are on Monday, Wednesday, Friday and Saturday while services to Siem Reap are on Wednesday and Friday.
Being the only international carrier flying out of Da Nang, SilkAir is able to provide convenience to passengers with direct services to both Singapore and Siem Reap accommodating leisure, business and student traffic.
Airfares offered are at reasonable prices to appeal to a variety of travelers going for leisure, business or overseas study. Mr. Myo Min Thu, Manager of SilkAir Vietnam said "We see a lot of potential in Da Nang especially in the tourism sector. We definitely can play a part in boosting Da Nang's tourism, trade and business links between the two countries. Therefore, we hope to be able to further increase incoming traffic into Da Nang this year. We are continuously working on improving our service and offering convenience to passengers with direct services to Singapore.
"One of our main objectives is to attract the local market, especially students studying abroad and business traffic, to fly on SilkAir-Singapore Airlines flights.
"With the Singapore Airlines-SilkAir network providing seamless connection to more than 90 major cities worldwide, our passengers would be able to enjoy our flights with more convenience without having to go through the hassle of booking on different airlines to get to their final destinations."
SilkAir has been inducted into TTG Asia's Travel Awards Hall of Fame at the 21st Travel Awards 2010. The airline has been voted "˜Best Regional Airline' in the annual Travel Awards for 10 years, between 1995 and 2009.
SilkAir flies more than 400 flights weekly to 35 destinations across 11 countries and is the regional wing of Singapore Airlines.
For further information, please visit www.silkair.com.
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