Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Silkair have published an updated flying schedule for the months of August and September.

The Group says its passenger capacity in both months will reach approximately 7 per cent of its pre-Covid-19 levels – up from 6 per cent this month.

Here is a list of the destinations the carriers will be flying to over the next two months:

South East Asia:

  • Phnom Penh (Cambodia)
  • Jakarta (Indonesia)
  • Medan (Indonesia)
  • Kuala Lumpur (Malaysia)
  • Bangkok (Thailand)
  • Cebu (The Philippines)
  • Manila (The Philippines)
  • Hanoi (Vietnam)
  • Ho Chi Min City (Vietnam)

North Asia

  • Chongqing (China)
  • Shanghai (China)
  • Hong Kong (Hong Kong SAR)
  • Osaka (Japan)
  • Tokyo – Narita (Japan)
  • Seoul Incheon (South Korea)
  • Taipei (Taiwan)

South West Pacific

  • Adelaide (Australia)
  • Brisbane (Australia)
  • Melbourne (Australia)
  • Sydney (Australia)
  • Auckland (New Zealand)
  • Christchurch (New Zealand)


  • Copenhagen (Denmark)
  • Paris Charles De Gaulle (France)
  • Frankfurt (German)
  • Milan (Italy)
  • Barcelona (Spain)
  • Zurich (Switzerland)
  • Amsterdam (The Netherlands)
  • London – Heathrow (United Kingdom)

United States:

  • Los Angeles

A full list of the flight schedules can be found here.

Singapore’s flag carrier notes that schedules are subject to changes.

“Please note that some destinations continue to have travel restrictions, including limits on passenger numbers. As a result, some of the flights that have been listed may be closed for sale,” reads a statement from Singapore Airlines on its website.

The carrier says “due to further restrictions imposed by the Australian Government”, it will not operate passenger services from Singapore to Melbourne from July 1 to August 8. Flights from Melbourne to Singapore from July 1 to August 30 are operating as listed, according to SIA.

Customers whose flights were cancelled by SIA or SilkAir will retain the full value of the unused portion of their tickets as flight credits. They will also be given bonus flight credits when rebooking travel. More information on Singapore Airlines’ travel waiver policy may be found here.