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Singapore Airlines’ Budget Unit Targets Long-Haul Europe Flights

Budget Aviation, Singapore Airlines’ low-cost division, plans to its number of non-stop flights to Europe in an effort to attract travelers to popular long-haul routes, according to a senior executive. Budget Aviation also intends to increase the amount of connected flights between its short-haul Tiger Airways and medium-to-long-haul Scoot brands from a single-digit percentage, according to its chief executive, Lee Lik Hsin. “We do expect this [connectivity] to grow, and when I say grow I actually mean multiple fold,” Mr Lee said. “The ingredients for being able to operate to Europe, we think we now have them – aircraft and connectivity.”

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