Singapore Airlines

Checking in with partner airlines

Checking in with partner airlines

When you book with Singapore Airlines, you may be flying on a flight operated by our partner airlines-even if the flight code begins with SQ. The operating carrier of each flight in your booking can be found in your itinerary

If the first flight in your itinerary is operated by a partner airline,you'll need to check in at the partner airline's website or counter.


Here are some examples:


Has a 4-digit SQ flight number such as:
SQ 2502 - London to Singapore, but is operated by our partner airline.
Check in at our partner airline’s website or counter.
Has a 3 or 4-digit flight number with another airline’s flight code (e.g. OZ 384), and is operated by our partner airline. Check in at our partner airline’s website or counter.
Has a TR flight code (e.g TR 18), and is operated by Scoot. Check in on flyscoot.com, or at the Scoot-operated airport counter.

Through check-in with partner airlines

With through check-in, you can check in for all your connecting flights to your final destination at the same time.


Which counter you check in depends on which airline operates the first flight in your itinerary. For example:


SQ 2007 - Frankfurt to Singapore (operated by our partner airline)

SQ 221 - Singapore to Sydney (operated by Singapore Airlines)
As the first flight is operated by our partner airline, check in at our partner airline’s website or counter.
SQ 222 - Sydney to Singapore (operated by Singapore Airlines)

SQ 2008 - Singapore to Frankfurt (operated by our partner airline)
As the first flight is operated by us, check in at the Singapore Airlines website or counter.