Singapore Airlines will be returning to the Greek capital Athens on a temporary basis between June and October 2014 to meet expected demand during the peak summer travel season.
Flights will be operated twice per week, on Mondays and Thursdays, between 9 June 2014 and 9 October 2014. Boeing 777-200ERs will be used for the flights.
Singapore-Athens flights will operate as SQ382, departing at 0205hrs and arriving at 0830hrs. Athens-Singapore return flights will operate as SQ381, departing at 1300hrs and arriving at 0455hrs the following day.
Singapore Airlines suspended year-round services to Athens in October 2012 after what it described as ‘a prolonged period of challenging operating conditions’.