Singapore Airlines has loaded some additional passenger flights to its September and October flight schedules, with London becoming the airline’s first route to receive more than one daily flight since global services were dramatically cut in April 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Adelaide and Christchurch will also see increased frequencies.
Additionally, the airline will open up passenger flights to and from Surabaya for the first time since mid-March 2020, joining Scoot on the Indonesian route from next month.
Currently Singapore Airlines is operating daily flights to and from London as SQ322/SQ317 using 3-class Airbus A350 aircraft.
From 9th September 2020 the carrier will also re-introduce its SQ308/SQ319 flights, operating five days per week, offering daytime service to the UK capital and a morning departure option from London. These services will also be flown by the 3-class long-haul Airbus A350.
Additional frequencies are highlighted below.
(from 9 Sep*)