22 November 2022 – Singapore Airlines (SIA) will increase its frequency of flights to East and Southeast Asian destinations during the Northern Hemisphere season (26 March to 29 October 2023), with a flight to Busan. Resuming flights and increasing Airbus A380 flights to Australia. Strong projected demand for these destinations.
As a result, SIA flight frequency will reach or exceed pre-pandemic levels for multiple destinations in East and Southeast Asia by March 2024. These include Bangkok, Thailand. Busan and Seoul, South Korea. Fukuoka, Nagoya and Osaka in Japan. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Siem Reap of Cambodia. Taiwan, Taipei, China.
Additionally, Australia will launch a new daily A380 service in Melbourne and a second daily A380 service in Sydney.
Joan Tan, Senior Vice President of Marketing Planning, Singapore Airlines, said: As we bring our network to these regions closer to pre-pandemic levels, our customers will have more flight options when planning their vacations. ”
SIA will resume flights to Busan from 2 June 2023, with Boeing 737-8s operating SQ616 (Singapore to Busan) and SQ615 (Busan to Singapore) four times a week. SIA will operate four daily flights of his SQ612 and SQ611 between Singapore and Seoul using Boeing 787-10s from 1 June 2023.
From 1 May 2023, SIA will increase the frequency of SQ618 (Singapore-Osaka) and SQ619 (Osaka-Singapore) from four weekly flights to daily flights. This will bring the service to Osaka to 14 times a week.
From 26 March 2023, the airline will operate SQ892 and SQ893, daily services between Singapore and Hong Kong SAR, using A380 aircraft. SIA will also revive his SQ896 and SQ897, Singapore and Hong Kong Special Administrative Region daily service with Airbus A350-900 medium-range aircraft from 1 October 2023. This will give SIA four daily flights to Hong Kong SAR.
SIA will increase the flight frequency of SQ876 (Singapore-Taipei) and SQ877 (Taipei-Singapore) from four times a week to daily service from 26 March 2023. His SQ878 and SQ879 between the two cities also increases from 3 times a week. Daily service from May 31, 2023.
The airline will add a fifth daily service between Singapore and Bangkok, SQ706 and SQ705, operated by A350-900 medium-range aircraft from 1 October 2023. From 26 March 2023, SIA will operate his fourth daily service, SQ726 and his SQ725 operated by Boeing 737-800NG, between Singapore and Phuket.
The A380 will return to Melbourne for the first time in almost four years on 16 May 2023, while Sydney will receive its second daily A380 from 17 May 2023. SIA will operate his A380 from Singapore to Sydney on SQ221 instead of the A350-900 medium haul and will also operate his SQ232 on the return journey.
Americas and Europe
As part of the review of travel demand and capacity, SIA will adjust other parts of its network.
From 15 May 2023, SIA will operate Boeing 777-300ER with SQ26 and SQ25 instead of Airbus A380. SIA’s 777-300ER aircraft offer first-class cabins that include a complete list of the airline’s world-class products and amenities.
Two daily non-stop flights to New York remain available: SQ24 and SQ23 between Singapore and New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport, and SQ22 and SQ21 between Singapore and New York’s Newark Liberty International Airport. increase.
Flights SQ36 and SQ35 between Singapore and Los Angeles will operate three weekly flights from 26 March 2023 instead of daily service. Customers will continue to have two existing daily flight options via non-stop flights SQ38 and SQ37 between Los Angeles. Two cities, or flights SQ12 and SQ11, serve the Singapore – Tokyo (Narita) – Los Angeles route.
After 27 June 2023, services between Singapore and Seattle, SQ28 and SQ27, will remain as three weekly services.
From 28 March 2023, flights SQ52 and SQ51 on the Singapore-Manchester-Houston route will operate four times a week, but will now operate three times a week. -900 long-range aircraft from 2 April 2023.
SIA continues to focus on the North American market. Even with the above network adjustments, airlines will operate more seats to the US compared to pre-pandemic levels.
All times stated in this press release and accompanying documents are local times. Additional services are subject to regulatory approval. Tickets will be sold in stages through SIA’s various sales channels.