Singapore Airlines (SIA) says it will add back a fourth daily service between its Singapore hub and Hong Kong starting July 1.

More specifically, SIA will resume the SQ894 afternoon service, which departs Changi at 1305 and gets into Hong Kong four hours later at 1705.

The flight returns to Singapore as SQ895 at 1850 and arrives back in Singapore at 2240.

SIA will deploy a four-class Boeing 777-300ER on the service, featuring four open first class suites, 48 1-2-1 business class beds, 28 2-4-2 premium economy recliners and 184 3-3-3 standard economy seats.

SIA’s other three flights to Hong Kong depart Singapore at 0725, 0940 and 1955. They return from Hong Kong at 0905, 1225 and 1540.

The 0940 departure is also on four-class 777-300ERs during the summer schedule, while the other two services are operated by Airbus A350-900 aircraft.

SIA used to operate up to six flights a day to Hong Kong pre-pandemic.

Hong Kong carrier Cathay Pacific also will fly Singapore-Hong Kong four times a day this summer, mostly on A350 aircraft.

SIA low-cost offshoot Scoot and Cathay low-cost subsidiary HK Express also have Singapore-Hong Kong in their schedules.