Singapore Airlines Flight Schedules - June to October 2021
The SIA Group continues to grow its passenger capacity, and resume selected services in a safe and calibrated manner, amid growing hope for a measured recovery in international air travel demand as vaccination programmes gain momentum around the world. Capacity increases are also underpinned by continued strong demand for air cargo, with freight space remaining constrained globally compared to pre-Covid-19 levels.
From 16 July 2021, Singapore Airlines will reinstate services to Manchester and Rome.
We currently operate to the following regions and countries:
- South East Asia
- Brunei; Cambodia; Indonesia*; Malaysia; Myanmar; the Philippines; Thailand; Vietnam
- North Asia
- China; Hong Kong SAR, China; Japan; South Korea; Taiwan, China
- West Asia and Africa
- Bangladesh; the Maldives; Nepal; South Africa; Sri Lanka; the 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 of America
Please click here for the SIA flight schedules.
*Due to new regulatory requirements in Indonesia, Singapore Airlines will postpone the reinstatement of our service between Singapore and Denpasar until further notice.
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.
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 June to October 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 may choose to rebook or seek a refund of the unused portion of their tickets.
Customers can subscribe to receive email updates when we resume flights to their preferred destinations.
Transit flights through Singapore
SIA and Scoot customers can transit through Singapore Changi Airport from approved points to destinations in the SIA Group network currently operated by SIA or Scoot.
Passengers should take note of the following:
- Travellers, including Singapore citizens and permanent residents, transiting through Singapore will be required to take a pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test within 72 hours of the scheduled departure date of their flight. The test must be taken at a recognised or accredited clinic, laboratory or medical facility. For a smoother check-in process, you should check if the clinic is able to provide a test certificate with a corresponding QR code. This QR code should link to your digital pre-departure test certificate. The requirement for a pre-departure Covid-19 test does not apply to passengers aged 2 and below (i.e. born in or after 2019), as well as those who have remained in the following places for the past 21 days: Australia*; Brunei; Mainland China; Hong Kong SAR, China (excluding Air Travel Bubble passengers); Macao SAR, China; and New Zealand.
- Only passengers travelling with an airline whose transfer routes have been approved by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) will be allowed to transit in Singapore. Transfers between Singapore Airlines, Scoot, Air France, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines, Air Niugini, Garuda Indonesia, Lufthansa, Swiss International Air Lines and Turkish Airlines have been approved by CAAS for transit in Singapore. Transfers to and from flights operated by other airlines, that have not been approved by CAAS are currently not allowed.
- Passengers with a travel history to Bangladesh, India, Indonesia, Myanmar, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in the past 21 days will not be allowed to transit through Singapore Changi Airport.
- Transfers to destinations in Mainland China are currently not allowed.
- Singapore Airlines will also stop carrying transit passengers departing from Singapore to Hong Kong due to regulatory requirements. Services from Hong Kong to Singapore remain unaffected, and passengers originating from Hong Kong will be allowed to transfer through Singapore Changi Airport en-route to their final destinations.
- Despite the tightened border control measures by the Singapore government for travellers with recent travel history to Australia, travellers may still transit through Singapore to their final destination if they meet the travel requirements of their journey.
*With effect from 3 August 2021, all travellers entering or transiting through Singapore with travel history to Australia within the last 21 days prior to departure for Singapore, are required to take a pre-departure Covid-19 PCR test within 72 hours before the scheduled departure date of their flight.
More information about transit flights through Singapore 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 2 August 2021, 1400hrs (GMT+8)