SNA - SIA weekly flights from China to Singapore increase to 70

BEIJING, Dec. 17 (Xinhua) -- Singapore Airlines announced Saturday it has increased the number of flights it runs each week between the Chinese mainland and Singapore to 70. The company has added the fourth daily flights between Beijing and Singapore to meet growing demand for traveling, especially during the booming tourist "golden holidays" of New Year and Chinese Spring Festival.

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