Singapore Airlines will increase its service between London Heathrow and Singapore Changi airport later this week.
The carrier is currently operating three flights per week on the route, but this will rise to daily from Saturday August 1.
A number of promotional fares are also running on connecting flights to Indonesia, Malaysia and Thailand, for bookings made in the next few days.
Return flights to Penang are available from £515, Phuket from £525, and Denpasar from £575. Tickets must be booked by July 30, for travel between February 1, 2021 and May 31, 2021.
The airline is also currently offering complimentary rebooking on all flights booked between March 5 and August 31 – top-up fees may apply for any fare differences.
Earlier this month Singapore Airlines announced plans to increase frequency on selected services in August and September, although group capacity will still be at just 7 per cent of pre-Covid levels.
The carrier has produced a series of Facebook videos detailing the health and safety measures it has put in place as a result of Covid-19. The most recent of these focuses on food preparation.
Find out how we have enhanced food safety and hygiene measures in the in-flight meal preparation process so that you may enjoy your meals on board with peace of mind. #SIAcares
Posted by Singapore Airlines on Thursday, July 23, 2020
A general Covid-19 information hub, with details on flight options, schedules, transiting in Singapore and health and safety measures can be seen here.