Singapore Airlines have just announced that they will increase services to destinations across all key markets and its capacity is projected to be at around 81% of pre-Covid levels by December 2022.
From 24th of July 2022, SQ634 to Tokyo (Haneda) and SQ638 to Tokyo (Narita) became daily services. From 30th of October 2022, SQ636 service to Tokyo (Haneda) will be reinstated. Together with the daily SQ12 service to Los Angeles via Tokyo (Narita), bringing Tokyo up to 28 weekly services.
SQ618 from Singapore to Osaka will also be reinstated from 30th of October 2022, bringing services between Singapore and Osaka to twice daily. The SQ656 service to Fukuoka will increase to three flights per week, with a thrice-weekly service to Nagoya.
For the India market, Singapore Airlines will progressively increase services to Chennai, Kochi, and Bengaluru. As result, the airline will operate almost 100% of its pre-Covid operating capacity to India by 30th of October 2022.
From 1 December 2022, SQ332 will operate five times weekly from Singapore to Paris and complementing the current daily SQ336 service to the city. Paris will be served with 12 weekly flights.