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Singapore Airlines and Virgin America sign codeshare agreement

From the 19th December 2012, Singapore Airlines customers will be able to enjoy seamless travel to more cities in the United States through a codeshare agreement with Virgin America.

Under the agreement, Singapore Airlines will add its ‘SQ’ code to Virgin America-operated flights serving Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Portland, San Diego, Seattle and Washington D.C., from Singapore Airlines’ West Coast gateway points of Los Angeles and San Francisco.

“We are pleased to announce this partnership with Virgin America which extends our network even further within the United States. The United States is an important market for Singapore Airlines and through this partnership we can offer our customers more travel options to more destinations,” said Singapore Airlines Acting Senior Vice President Sales and Marketing, Mr Chin Yau Seng.

“This agreement enables us to offer guests a seamless, award-winning travel experience across continents and significantly expand connection options in North America for Singapore’s savvy travellers,” said Virgin America Senior Vice President for Planning and Sales, Mr John MacLeod.

“The partnership with one of the world’s leading airlines is a testament to the quality of our product, and we’re happy to welcome aboard Singapore guests in time for the holiday travel season.”

Singapore Airlines and Virgin America sign codeshare agreement to start from the 19th December

Singapore Airlines and Virgin America sign codeshare agreement to start from the 19th December

Singapore Airlines Tickets

Tickets for the codeshare flights are now available for sale, for travel from the 19th December 2012 onwards.

Singapore Airlines currently operates 45 flights per week to five points in the United States, namely Houston, Los Angeles, Newark, New York and San Francisco.

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