Singapore Airlines will increase services to Australia from Monday, 8 June.
This will see flights resume to Adelaide and Melbourne and capacity to Sydney will increase. Pending regulatory approvals, the airline will also introduce a circular service that will operate Singapore-Sydney-Brisbane-Singapore.
The addition of the three Australian cities, as well as the extra Sydney services, will be in place from 8 June to 31 July, subject to review by the airline. These flights will provide additional cargo capacity between the cities and enable people to return home or facilitate essential travel.
Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President South West Pacific, Mr Philip Goh, said the increase in services to Australia is a step in the right direction as it works on expanding the Airline’s Australian network.
“We are committed to re-establishing Australia’s connection to Singapore and the rest of the world in a COVID-safe manner during these challenging times,” said Mr Goh.
Weekly Flight Services for Australia & New Zealand:
– Adelaide: 1 reinstated flight per week from Adelaide
– Melbourne: 2 reinstated flights per week from Melbourne
– Sydney: increase in services from Sydney to three times weekly
– Sydney/Brisbane: addition of a new circular service operating Sydney-Brisbane-Singapore, twice weekly.
– Auckland: 2 reinstated flights from Auckland
– Christchurch: 1 reinstated flight per week from Christchurch on Sunday
In addition to Australia and New Zealand services, Singapore Airlines will increase operations to Amsterdam, Bangkok, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Manila, Narita, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai and Zurich.
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