During the months of August and September, the Singapore Airlines Group plans to increase frequency on its network and resume flights to select destinations.

According to an update on Singapore Airlines' website, Singapore Airlines along with its subsidiary SilkAir will resume flights to Cebu, Milan, Phnom Penh and Taipei. With the reinstatement of the four destinations, the airline plans to operate 7% of its January 2020 capacity. The airline reports its current network is at 6% capacity this month (July).

SilkAir will operate flights to Cebu on August 2, while the regional carrier will resume flights to Phnom Penh on September 1.

With Silk Air's flight resumption to Cebu, it will be the second destination the Singapore Airlines Group serves in the Philippines. The airline currently operates flights to the capital of Manila.

Singapore Airlines will operate the flights to Milan starting on August 20, while its Taipei flights are scheduled to resume on September 2.

Daily London Flights

Among the prominent destinations that will see an increase in flights by Singapore Airlines is London.

The Singaporean flag carrier plans to operate daily flights between Singapore and London-Heathrow, which currently operates on a thrice-weekly schedule.


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