All three passenger airlines within the SIA Group are among the first carriers in the world to operate flights with a full complement of vaccinated pilots and cabin crew.
All passengers flying Singapore Airlines outbound from Singapore and Indonesia (bound for Singapore) will be able to book pre-departure polymerase chain reaction (RT-PCR) and serology tests.
Singapore Airlines has launched a bid to vaccinate all its crew against Covid-19. Once vaccinated, crew members will be subject to less scrutiny and fewer coronavirus-related security measures.
Singapore Airlines will return to New York on November 9th, when it launches non-stop flights between Singapore and John F. Kennedy International Airport.
Singapore Airlines Group has announced it will cut around 4,300 positions across its airlines. Positions will go across all carriers in the group, which includes Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Scoot.
Singapore Airlines will offer all shareholders S$5.3 billion in new equity and up to a further S$9.7 billion through ten-year mandatory convertible bonds. Singapore Airlines has also arranged a S$4 billion bridge loan facility with DBS Bank.
Singapore Airlines will cut capacity by 96 per cent until the end of April. The decision comes following the further tightening of border controls around the world to stem the Covid-19 outbreak.
Brussels will become the latest European destination in Singapore Airlines’ route network next year, when non-stop flights are introduced from Singapore to the Belgian capital.