Singapore Airlines and SilkAir Flight Schedules - February to May 2021
Singapore Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir continue to adjust services and rebuild their network as they recover the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.
SIA will reinstate services to Tokyo (Haneda) from March 2021, and Taipei from April 2021. The Group’s passenger capacity will reach approximately 25% of its pre-Covid-19 levels1 by the end of May 2021.
The SIA Group continues to grow its passenger capacity and resume selected services in a safe and calibrated manner. This is partly driven by moves to ease restrictions on both transit and inbound passengers in a safe and gradual manner, helping to support an increase in travel demand. The global roll-out of vaccines in many countries, including Singapore, provides hope that an end may finally be in sight to the pandemic, and its debilitating impact on the aviation industry. Capacity increases are also underpinned by continued strong demand for air cargo around the world, with freight space remaining constrained compared to pre-Covid-19 levels.
We are currently flying to the following regions and countries:
- South East 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
- Denmark; France; Germany; Italy; the Netherlands; Russia; Spain; Switzerland; Turkey; the United Kingdom
- The Americas
- The United States
Please click here for the SIA and SilkAir flight schedules.
All flights are subject to regulatory approvals. Please note that these schedules are subject to changes. Customers will be informed of schedule changes via SMS and email. To receive flight updates via SMS and email, provide your contact details in Manage Booking.
Please note that some destinations continue to have travel restrictions, including limits on passenger numbers. As a result, some of the flights that have been listed may be closed for sale.
Please note that all other flights that had been originally scheduled in February to May 2021 but are not listed in the schedules will be cancelled. Customers will be gradually informed via SMS and email about the cancellation.
Customers whose bookings were cancelled by SIA or SilkAir may choose to rebook or seek a refund of the unused portion of their tickets. Those with bookings scheduled for travel before 1 April 2021 are also eligible for flight credits under our global travel waiver policy.
SIA and SilkAir will continue to adjust our capacity to match the demand for international air travel. Customers can subscribe to receive email updates when we resume flights to their preferred destinations.
1As compared to the capacity in January 2020, before the onset of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Transit flights through Singapore
SIA, SilkAir and Scoot customers can transit through Singapore Changi Airport from approved points to destinations in the SIA Group network currently operated by SIA, SilkAir or Scoot.
Do note that passengers with a travel history to the United Kingdom or South Africa in the past 14 days will not be allowed to transit through Singapore Changi Airport due to regulatory requirements. For more information, please refer here for travellers from the United Kingdom, and here for travellers from South Africa.
Transfers to destinations in Mainland China are currently also not allowed.
Transit flights through Singapore are only for outbound journeys from the list of approved cities. Passengers will not be able to transit from other points in the SIA Group network through Singapore into these cities.
The cities approved for transit flights must be your first point of departure. The exceptions are if your first point of departure is for a domestic flight, or if you are departing from a country in the Schengen area to connect to a SIA flight that is departing from another Schengen country.
SIA has interline agreements with Air France, Garuda Indonesia, KLM, Lufthansa and SWISS, which allows their customers to transit through Singapore Changi Airport from approved cities to destinations in the SIA Group network currently operated by Singapore Airlines and SilkAir.
Please refer here for Scoot flight schedules.
Eligible customers may book a return flight only if both the point of origin and the final destination are in the list of cities approved for transit through Singapore.
For example, customers may book a return flight for Tokyo (NRT) – Singapore – Sydney as both Tokyo (NRT) and Sydney are among the list of departure cities for transit flights.
Booking a Flight
Customers should book the full journey on one ticket, instead of splitting it up into separate tickets, to comply with regulatory requirements during this period. They should also ensure that they meet the entry requirements for their final destination.
Please note that transfers in Singapore are only allowed on flights between airlines within the SIA Group (Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Scoot), as well as passengers flying with Lufthansa and Swiss International Air Lines to Singapore.
Singapore – Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble
Please note that the Singapore-Hong Kong Air Travel Bubble has been postponed. All affected passengers will be notified of their travel options. Further information about the postponement of the Air Travel Bubble can be found here.
Reciprocal Green Lane arrangements
Singapore has established Reciprocal Green Lane (RGL) travel arrangements with various countries and regions, including Brunei, Germany, Indonesia, Japan, Mainland China, Malaysia and South Korea. To view the various RGL arrangements, please click here.
First posted on 31 March 2020
Last updated on 3 March 2021, 1100hrs (GMT+8)