AviationTaiwanese carrier will begin Singapore flights in September, as the Lion City gears up to reopen international borders.

StarLux flies to Singapore

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The Taiwanese carrier has plans to increase from twice to thrice weekly flights from October.
The Taiwanese carrier has plans to increase from twice to thrice weekly flights from October. Photo Credit: StarLux Airlines

Taiwan's StarLux Airlines will launch flights from Taipei to Singapore from 23 September, after the Lion City eased entry rules for travellers from Taiwan in response to an improved Covid-19 situation.

The Taiwanese airline will operate two round-trip flights weekly (Tuesdays and Thursdays) between Taiwan Taoyuan International Airport and Changi International Airport on its Airbus A321neo.

In October, StarLux will add a third flight (Saturdays) to the Taipei-Singapore route, as part of its plan to expand into the Southeast Asian market.

The carrier currently flies to Bangkok, Cebu, Danang, Ho Chi Minh City, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Macau, Penang, Osaka and Tokyo.

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