Tickets for SilkAir’s Singapore-Broome New Flight Route Are On Sale!

Tickets for SilkAir’s Singapore-Broome New Flight Route Are On Sale!

Book your return flight tickets now to Western Australia's perfect beach resort destination, Broome!

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Have you ever taken a camel ride along the stunning 22km-long Cable Beach, roam around dinosaur trails, or marvel at the popular natural wonder, ‘Staircase to the Moon’ in Broome, Western Australia? Here is your chance to tick off all these on your travel bucket list!

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As part of a trial service, SilkAir will be launching four return trail flights from Singapore to Broome, Western Australia starting 22 May to early June this year. Limited tickets are now on sale. Here is the flight schedule for the four Singapore-Broome services:

Sector Departure Arrival Dates
Singapore – Broome 10.30am 2.00pm 22 May, 26 May, 29 May, 2 Jun 2018
Broome – Singapore 4.00pm 8.30pm

With this new flight route, travelling to Broome from Singapore takes only about four hours. This helps travellers save more than six hours of flight time without having to transit at Perth Airport. 

While the current deal with SilkAir is for four return trial flights, Mr Glen Chidlow, Australia’s North West Tourism Chief Executive Officer, revealed that more services may be launched in the future as they are confident that travellers will love to visit Broome as an exotic vacation destination.

The best thing is, Jetabout Holidays has launched three exciting travel packages in line with SilkAir’s new Singapore-Broome flight routes. With an affordable price of S$1299 or S$1595, you can choose from a 3-night or 4-night stay in this stunning beach resort town.

Start planning an alternative beach escapade to the North-West region of Western Australia in Broome! Fares and schedules are now available at

Information extracted from press release issued by Cohn & Wolfe for Tourism Western Australia

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