Singapore Airlines (SIA) will scale up its services across its entire network during the summer season 2024 (from March 31, 2024 to October 26, 2024), supporting “strong demand for air travel to its key markets“.
To Europethe Singaporean airline will realign the Airbus A380 widebody on the Singapore-Frankfurt route, and reactivate the direct Singapore-Barcelona route, while increasing its services to other European destinations to return to pre-pandemic 2019 levels.
The Airbus A380 will return to Frankfurt on March 31, 2024, replacing the A350-900 which currently operates daily rotations (SQ326 and SQ325) between the two cities. This marks the return of SIA’s Airbus A380 to continental Europe.
From July 1, 2024, SIA’s services between Singapore and Copenhagen (SQ352 and SQ351) by A350-900 will switch to a daily rotation, up from the current five times a week.
From March 31, 2024, SIA services on the Singapore-Manchester-Houston route (SQ52 and SQ51) will move to the pre-pandemic level of five times per week from three times per week. SIA operates the A350-900 on this route.
Milan and Barcelona
From June 2, 2024, SIA will resume the direct link (SQ388 and SQ387) between Singapore and Barcelona with two weekly services. In addition, the direct link between Singapore and Milan (SQ356 and SQ355) will increase from two services per week to four per week. On the other hand, flights SQ378 and SQ377 on the Singapore-Milan-Barcelona triangular route will be reduced from five times a week to three times a week.