As it closes the year 2020 and welcomes 2021, Singapore Airlines will restart flights to San Francisco and Nagoya while adjusting its schedules for flights operated the carrier and its budget subsidiary Scoot.

In an update to its flight schedules, the Singapore Airlines Group announced through its website it will resume flights to San Francisco and Nagoya between December and January.

Separately, the airline group announced that Singapore Airlines and SilkAir will increase flight frequencies to select destinations that its budget subsidiary Scoot will temporarily suspend services to. This move will affect flights operated by Scoot to Kuala Lumpur (November 17), Manila (December 4), and Perth (December 5).

As part of the latest moves, Scoot will operate and add flights on routes that Singapore Airlines/SilkAir will suspend services on. The destinations affected on this change are Penang (December 8), Surabaya (December 9), Taipei (December 16). Singapore Airlines states that travelers with bookings for flights to these destinations will be accommodated on the Scoot-operated flights, and get their new flight details by November 23.

According to the airline group, the move are “the result of a detailed review to determine which airlines in the SIA Group portfolio are best suited to meet evolving customer and cargo demand.”

Singapore Airlines reports that its network will reach 19% of its pre-COVID-19 levels (~January 2020) by the end of January 2021.


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