Flights Now Available Non-Stop From Singapore to Boracay
SilkAir, a leading Asia-Pacific regional air carrier, recently added a third destination to the Philippines. Following Cebu and Davao, a new direct flight destination to Kalibo was recently launched. This looks to be an excellent move by SilkAir, part of Singapore Airlines, as Kalibo happens to be a gateway to the Philippines' ever popular Boracay Island.
Boracay Island is an increasingly attractive tourist destination in the Philippines. It offers what every vacationer dreams of -- beautiful weather, pristine beaches with glistening white sand, and clear blue water. Since Kalibo is one of only two airports that bring tourists to Boracay, the decision by SilkAir to include Boracay on their list of destinations will mean increased tourism for the island.
The airline's A319 and A329 planes are equipped to handle both tourist as well as business travelers. The airline will be bringing travelers from Singapore to Cebu, Davao, and now Kalibo three times a week. As Leslie Thng, CEO of SilkAir, explained, “The launch of these direct flights to Kalibo highlight our commitment to the Philippine market."
The recent announcement follows a previous announcement by the airline in April that it would be the first airline to use an Airbus 380 in India. The A380 is a double-deck, wide-body, four-engine jet airliner and the world's largest passenger airliner.
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