Qantas adds over 2,500 additional seats weekly from Singapore to Sydney and Brisbane in Q4 2024

Qantas is adding more seats from Singapore to Australia with additional flights to Sydney and Brisbane, subject to regulatory approval. The frequency of Singapore – Brisbane flights will increase from seven to nine per week from 28 October 2024, adding over 1,000 seats on the route each week. Singapore – Sydney flights will increase by three per week to 17 from 11 December 2024, adding over 1,500 seats weekly.

Aerial view of Sydney

The additional flying represents around a 10 per cent increase in capacity to Singapore. By emd 2024, Qantas will operate over 50 flights per week from Singapore to five destinations across Australia. 

“Demand for travel between Singapore and Australia continues to be incredibly strong. We’re pleased to be able to offer more choice for our customers travelling to Sydney and Brisbane as well as those wanting to connect across Qantas’ extensive domestic network to popular tourist spots like the Great Barrier Reef or Uluru. Singapore is not just a destination for Qantas, but a critical hub for our international network.  These flights are good news for Singaporeans as well as our customers travelling from across the region who can connect seamlessly through Singapore with our partner airlines onto Qantas flights to Australia.” 

Cam Wallace, CEO, Qantas International

These flights will be operated by Qantas’s A330 aircraft, which has 27 Business Class suites in a 1-2-1 configuration. These suites feature direct aisle access and seats that convert into lie-flat beds.

Check out our video of our business class experience seven years ago.

All Qantas international fares include checked baggage allowance, food & beverages and inflight entertainment as standard with every booking. The airline is accelerating its efforts to introduce ‘fast and free’ Wi-Fi across its existing international fleet including A330 aircraft and will be progressively introduced on Qantas flights between Singapore and Australia in 2025.

Also in December this year, Qantas is launching flights between Singapore and Darwin with its dual-class E190 Embraer aircraft.

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