Wayfarer TV: the best of Singapore’s Changi Airport as Qantas boosts flights from Sydney and Brisbane

by James Wilkinson

Qantas is increasing flights from Sydney and to Singapore in the fourth quarter of 2024 on the back of demand to the Lion City.

Services from Sydney to Singapore will jump to 17 per week from 14 per week on December 11 2024, while Brisbane to Singapore will increase from seven to nine return flights per week from 27 October 2024, timed to improve connectivity with Qantas’ daily service from Singapore to London, reducing overall travel time to Heathrow by around four hours.

The move is great news for both business and leisure travellers at a peak time of the year for travel.

“This will create more choice for our corporate and leisure customers,” said Qantas International CEO Cam Wallace.

“We’re always looking to ensure that we have the right aircraft, on the right routes and at the right time of year to best meet the needs of our customers.”

To mark the news, Wayfarer is proud to showcase Episode 22 of Series 02 of Wayfarer, which sees award-winning host James Gregory Wilkinson in Singapore and he takes a journey on the Singapore Cable Car and looks at the offerings at Faber Peak and on Sentosa – including Arbora and Dusk restaurants, the Cable Car Sky Dining dinners and the Wings of Time spectacular show – and then heads to popular Changi Airport to check-in to one of the world’s best hotels (Crowne Plaza Changi Airport) and explore the amazing Jewel Changi nature-themed entertainment and retail complex.

In Series 2 of Wayfarer, being broadcast online across the world, Wilkinson takes viewers across the globe to some of the best hotels, bars, restaurants, galleries and attractions that several of the world’s leading destinations have to offer.

The 25-episode line-up for Series 2 includes: Austin, Texas, USA; Chicago, Illinois, USA; Fort Worth, Texas, USA; Hamilton Island, Queensland, Australia; Los Angeles, California, USA; New York City, USA; Shanghai and Beijing, China; and Singapore.