Virgin Australia and Singapore Airlines (SIA) plan to launch flights to Darwin and coordinate the new services, which is the first step in the two airlines’ efforts to link their networks following government approval of their alliance. SIA subsidiary SilkAir will introduce flights from Singapore to Darwin in March, and Virgin will launch a service from Sydney to the northern Australian city soon after. While the code-share flights will be timed to connect at Darwin, the moves are seen ...
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