5 Airlines That Are Resuming Flights Out Of Singapore Starting This June!

Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, 2020 has been a year where we all had to cancel our much-anticipated overseas trips. However, it seems that your next vacation to your dream destination might be closer than you’d expect! 

A few airlines have recently resumed their international flights due to the gradual opening of certain national borders. Here are 5 airlines that will be resuming flights out of Singapore in June 2020!

1) Singapore Airlines & SilkAir


Our national flag carrier and its regional subsidiary airline have resumed flights to several destinations, such as Amsterdam, Barcelona, Hong Kong, Christchurch and Osaka, in June and July 2020. However, to comply with the measures in response to the pandemic, some of their in-flight services, including the distribution of hot towels, will be halted.

You can view the full list of Singapore Airline and SilkAir’s flights here.

2) Qatar Airways


Qatar Airways has resumed their Singapore flights since 2 June 2020, operating 3 flights a week. They are amongst one of the fastest airlines to resume flights, with more than 170 weekly flights to over 40 destinations, including Bangkok, Barcelona, Singapore and Vienna, just to name a few. To deal with the uncertainty of the pandemic, Qatar has also extended its booking policies to allow unlimited date and destination changes(within 5,000 miles of the original destination). Flights booked for travel up to 31 December 2020 are valid for 2 years.

View more of their terms and conditions here.

3) Scoot


Singapore’s low-cost carrier, Scoot, will be operating on a heavily reduced flight schedule to selected destinations including Hong Kong, Guangzhou, Perth, Penang, Kuching and Ipoh. However, added restrictions will be in place to comply with COVID-19 measures. These restrictions include the suspension of in-flight meals and duty-free shopping, suspension of advance seat bookings, and even a reduced allowance carry-on baggage of 3kg maximum. Passengers will have to submit a health declaration form before checking-in.

You can view the full list of Scoot’s flights here.

4) Cathay Pacific


Hong Kong’s flag carrier Cathay Pacific has yet to resume any flights for the time being. However, its official website has started to promote its Singapore-Hong Kong flights, hinting at a possible resumption in September. They might also be resuming flights to more destinations in November, such as Bangkok, Los Angeles, Taipei and Vancouver.

You can look out for more updates here.

5) Lufthansa


Germany’s national flag carrier, Lufthansa has stated that it will be resuming up to 90% of its short-medium haul flights and 70% of its long-haul flights in September. While very limited information on Lufthansa’s flight schedule is available, you can look out for new updates on their official website.

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