Earlier today we wrote about Singapore Airlines resuming its flights between Singapore and Brussels, after a 17-year gap in services. These new Airbus A350 flights will start on 25th October 2020 and operate four days per week, with 42 of the popular 2013 long-haul Business Class seats installed.
First here’s a recap of the schedule for this new service.
From 25th October 2020
|Flight||From / To||Aircraft||Days|
|SQ304||SIN2355 – BRU0650*||359||··345·7|
|SQ303||BRU1120 – SIN0655*||359||1··456·|
* Next day
Flights are now loaded
Singapore Airlines started this morning by loading approximately the first week’s worth of flights on this route, including KrisFlyer award space, however from November 2020 onwards there were no schedules loaded.
This afternoon the full schedule has been made bookable, and we’ve scoured the KrisFlyer Business Class saver award space on all the flights currently programmed through to the last bookable date, 6th December 2020 (355 days from now).
KrisFlyer award space
Here’s how the Business Class saver award space looks on the Singapore – Brussels route for all the flights currently loaded into the reservation system.
Remember these are the airline’s 2013 Business Class seats in a 1-2-1 configuration.
|October 2020 (SQ304 SIN-BRU)|
|November 2020 (SQ304 SIN-BRU)|
|December 2020 (SQ304 SIN-BRU)|
Updated 1.45am on 19th December 2019. We’ll continue to update the totals over the coming days so do refresh this page for the latest overview.
As you can see there are practically four instantly confirmable saver awards on every flight on this route. That means the rare ability for the whole family to fly to Europe in style next winter, if you have enough miles.
Furthermore there is extensive waitlist availability on top of that, right up to six seats, and we think there is a better than usual likelihood of your waitlist clearing on this “new” route.
Here’s how it looks in the Brussels – Singapore direction. Slightly more constrained in that saver award space is currently capped at 2 seats on most flights, but that’s still good for a couple.
|October 2020 (SQ303 BRU-SIN)|
|November 2020 (SQ303 BRU-SIN)|