1st international flight for Cambodia’s Sihanoukville

The Cambodian port town of Sihanoukville saw its first international flight on 6 June with the launch of direct flights from Singapore Changi by Singapore Airlines’ regional unit, SilkAir which is flying the route on a charter basis in order to assess the market. “Three other flights are planned this coming December, a period during which outbound travels peak due to the school holidays in Singapore,” Silkair said.


The Cambodian port town of Sihanoukville saw its first international flight on 6 June with the launch of direct flights from Singapore Changi by Singapore Airlines’ regional unit, SilkAir which is flying the route on a charter basis in order to assess the market. “Three other flights are planned this coming December, a period during which outbound travels peak due to the school holidays in Singapore,” Silkair said.

Currently, Sihanoukville is connected to Phnom Penh and Siem Reap by Cambodia Angkor Air and Cambodia Bayon Airlines. The city is a prominent logistics centre and is home to the Sihanoukville Special Economic Zone (SSEZ) – an overseas economic and trade cooperation zone.