Singapore Airlines is continuing to grow its network and services – although slowly, as the airline attempts to figure out passenger demand as we head into the winter season.
The move will increase the Singapore Airlines network to 11% of what it was before COVID-19 reared its ugly head.
Below are the destinations the airline will serve during October and November by Singapore Airlines and SilkAir. Note, these are operating very limited frequencies on limited dates.
All flights are subject to regulatory approvals and schedules are subject to change.
Note that some destinations continue to have travel restrictions, including limits on passenger numbers. As a result, some of the flights that have been listed may be closed for sale. As such, check before you book
- Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
- Jakarta (Indonesia)
- Medan (Indonesia)
- Surabaya (Indonesia)
- Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
- Bangkok (Thailand)
- Cebu (Philippines)
- Manila (Philippines)
- Hanoi (Vietnam)
- Ho Chi Minh City (Vietnam)
- Chongqing (China)
- Shanghai (China)
- Hong Kong
- Osaka (Japan)
- Tokyo -Narita (Japan)
- Seoul (South Korea)
- Taipei (Taiwan)
South West Pacific
- Adelaide (Australia)
- Brisbane (Australia)
- Brisbane via Sydney (Australia)
- Melbourne (Australia)
- Sydney (Australia)
- Auckland (New Zealand)
- Christchurch (New Zealand)
- Copenhagen (Denmark)
- Paris CDG (France)
- Frankfurt (Germany)
- Milan (Italy)
- Barcelona via Milan (Spain/Italy)
- Zurich (Switzerland)
- Amsterdam (Netherlands)
- London Heathrow (United Kingdom)
- Istanbul (Turkey)
- Los Angles
The full list is below (provided by Singapore Airlines) contains the dates flight are operated
If you’re planning to transit Singapore Changi, Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Scoot customers can transit through Singapore Changi Airport from approved points to destinations in the SIA Group network currently operated by SIA, SilkAir or Scoot. Please note that due to regulatory requirements, transfers to destinations in Mainland China are currently not allowed.
Transit flights through Singapore are only for outbound journeys from the list of cities in the table here. Passengers will not be able to transit from other points in the SIA Group network through Singapore into these cities.
Customers with a domestic transfer within the same country or within the Schengen area, connecting to an airline within the SIA Group are allowed to transit in Singapore to destinations in the approved list of cities.
11% of network… that’s actually… up…
Singapore Airlines network is built around its hub in Singapore – with connecting traffic being a core feature of it. The traffic increase is up from 7% in September and 8% in October – not the great swathes of traffic that used to go through Changi, but an improvement.
As some airlines scale back their operations, Singapore Airlines is growing slowly and steadily.
We’ll have to see if that is the right idea when winter hits.
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