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Air Canada companions with SATS for its prolonged-awaited return to Singapore

Air Canada has awarded a passenger, ramp, and cargo handling contract to SATS as it prepares to resume flights to Singapore’s Changi Worldwide Airport for the first time in over 30 years.

The airline will open four Boeing 787-9 weekly flights connecting Vancouver and Singapore, initiating 4 April 2024.

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SATS handles all the Star Alliance companions in Singapore, enabling Air Canada to personal the back of seamless passenger and cargo connections beyond Singapore to other main airports across Southeast Asia. The fresh route will provide the easiest non-dwell carrier connecting Canada and Singapore.

The fresh contract also extends the company’s global partnership with SATS and Worldwide Flight Companies (WFS), a member of the SATS Community.

“We are elated to welcome Air Canada lend a hand to Singapore and proud that the airline has chosen to extend its partnership with SATS Community into Southeast Asia. Here is another main commercial ranking for SATS Community at Changi Airport, reinforcing the apt and longstanding partnership with Air Canada as a serious customer of WFS. Air Canada and its possibilities will personal the back of our mixture of operational excellence and global community connectivity,” mentioned Bob Chi, CEO of Gateway Companies at SATS.

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