SINGAPORE, 22 December 2020: Singapore Airlines will reinstate services to Dubai, Tokyo-Haneda, Moscow and Munich, beginning January 2021.

The airline also announced it would increase flights to
cities in the US, Europe and South Africa.

Switching brands

Recently, the group’s low-cost airline, Scoot, suspended services to Kuala Lumpur, Manila and Perth, while SIA and SilkAir compensated by increasing flights on those routes. SIA and SilkAir temporarily suspended services to Penang, Surabaya and Taipei while Scoot now operates to these destinations and increase flights.

As a result of these changes, the group’s passenger capacity
will reach approximately 25% of its pre-Covid-19 levels1 by the end of March
2021.

Currently, the group’s airlines are flying to the following
countries and regions.

Southeast Asia
Brunei; Cambodia; Indonesia; Malaysia; the Philippines; Thailand; Vietnam.

North Asia
China; Hong Kong SAR China; Japan; South Korea

West Asia and Africa
Bangladesh; the Maldives; Nepal; South Africa; Sri Lanka; United Arab Emirates.

South West Pacific
Australia; New Zealand.

Europe
Denmark; France; Germany; Italy; the Netherlands; Russia; Spain; Switzerland; Turkey; UK.

Americas
USA.