SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines starts Sao Paulo service

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will add a sixth continent to its route network in March 2011 with the launch of thriceweekly flights between Singapore and the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, via Barcelona in Spain, providing SIA Cargo the opportunity to sell belly space aboard the B777 aircraft to be used on the route. Sao Paulo […]


Singapore Airlines (SIA) will add a sixth continent to its route network in March 2011 with the launch of thriceweekly flights between Singapore and the Brazilian city of Sao Paulo, via Barcelona in Spain, providing SIA Cargo the opportunity to sell belly space aboard the B777 aircraft to be used on the route. Sao Paulo will be the Airline’s first scheduled South American destination. A dynamic metropolis, Brazil’s largest city is an arts and entertainment centre as well as an influential player in the areas of commerce and finance within the region. Flights will operate between Barcelona and Sao Paulo’s Guarulhos International Airport This new service will help boost ties between Singapore and Brazil and pave the way for enhanced trade links between Asia and South America. It will also provide a direct link between Barcelona and Sao Paulo, as well as plug Sao Paulo into SIA Cargo’s existing 71 cities in 36 countries.