Singapore Airlines (SIA) will increase services to points across Japan and restore its Indian network to pre-pandemic levels in the coming months in response to strong demand for air travel.
By October 30 this year, SIA will operate 62 per cent of its pre-Covid operating capacity to Japan with four daily flights to Tokyo, two daily flights to Osaka, three weekly flights to Fukuoka, and three weekly flights to Nagoya. This includes the Singapore-Los Angeles route via Tokyo (Narita).
SIA will operate almost 100 per cent of its pre-Covid operating capacity to India by October 30 with five weekly flights to Ahmedabad, 16 weekly flights to Bengaluru, 17 weekly flights to Chennai, twice daily flights to Delhi, daily flights to Hyderabad, twice daily flights to Kochi, daily flights to Kolkata and 16 weekly flights to Mumbai.
For the Northern Winter season (October 30 to March 25, 2023), SIA will add a daily non-stop flight to Los Angeles from November this year on top of the current daily service, bringing the total to 21 weekly services to Los Angeles.
The Singapore-Paris service will increase to five times weekly service from its current three times weekly service from December 1 this year, and the airline will continue with its thrice-weekly direct service to Vancouver.
Together with other adjustments to the SIA and Scoot network, the SIA Group capacity is projected to be at around 81 per cent of pre-pandemic levels by December 2022.