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Silkair is a regional light-premium airline based in Singapore and wholly owned by Singapore Airlines. It flies to over 40 destinations in Southeast Asia, China and Australia with an Airbus only fleet of A319-100 and A320-200 of 22 aircraft.
The light-premium service lies between the full service carriers like its parent Singapore Airlines and low-cost, no frills airlines like Airasia or Tiger. It means in effect they have a business class on its airplanes but not a first class. In economy class there is free inflight entertainment and free food and drinks available.
SilkAir flies to over 62 destinations. Most SilkAir flights are for destinations in Indonesia but SilkAir has international flights to several other countries as well, like for example India and China. From its main base in Singapore 44 flights depart every week. Many people who look for SilkAir tickets look for flights to Kuala Lumpur and Medan.
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Each passenger can bring into the cabbin one standard bag with a maximum weight of 7 kg.
The maximum weight for checked baggage is 30 kg. You can check-in multiple bags but the combined weight may not exceed 30 kg.
It is possible to check-in more weight, but there will be additional costs. Please contact SilkAir for the exact price before you book a flight.
|30 May 14:39||SilkAir to launch non-stop Singapore-Hiroshima flights|
|04 Jun 10:55||SILKAIR LAUNCHES INAUGURAL FLIGHT TO CARINS|
|31 May 03:16||SilkAir launches inaugural flight to Cairns|
|06 Nov 01:51||SilkAir to fly directly to Cairns from May 30, 2015|