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About Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines is the flag carrier of Singapore and is headquartered at Changi Airport, Singapore.

Singapore Airlines has codeshare agreements with Garuda Indonesia, jetBlue Airways, Malaysia Airlines, SilkAir, Virgin Atlantic Airways, Virgin America and Vistara.

Singapore Airlines flies to many destinations including Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Perth, Sydney, Dhaka, Sao Paulo, Frankfurt, Paris, Copenhagen, Munich, Hong Kong, Ahmedabad, Bangalore, Chennai, Delhi, Cape Town, Istanbul, Bangkok, Colombo, Johannesburg and many others.



Singapore Airlines Baggage

Carry-on Baggage

Premium Economy and Economy class passengers are entitled to 1 piece of hand baggage of up to 7kg and for those in Suites, First and Business Class 2 pieces of up to 7kg each.


Checked Baggage

Economy Class: 30kg checked allowance

Premium Economy: 35kg

Business Class:40kg

First Class: 50kg and Suites on all flights except those from all or to the United States and Brazil.


Singapore Airlines Check-In Information

Online Check-In

Singapore Airlines passengers can check-in online from 48 hours before, and up to 1.5 hours before scheduled departure time. This can be found by clicking here.

Airport Check-In

Alternatively, passengers can check-in at the airport by visiting the Singapore Airlines counter. The check-in times vary by airport, so look it up on this list.



Singapore Airlines Frequent Flyer Program

Singapore Airlines offers a frequent flyer program called KrisFlyer to reward regular passengers.

The Silver Kris Lounge is Singapore Airlines premium lounge, available to departing Singapore Airlines Suites, First Class and Business Class passengers in addition to Solitaire PPS Club, PPS Club and KrisFlyer Elite Gold members travelling on Singapore Airlines.

Miles are earned and redeemed on Singapore Airlines own services as well as with Krisflyer partners. Partners include all Star Alliance members, SilkAir, Virgin Atlantic Virgin Australia, Air India, and numerous hotel chains and car-hire companies.

KrisFlyer is divided into KrisFlyer, KrisFlyer Elite Silver and KrisFlyer Elite Gold, which correspond to Star Alliance Silver and Gold, respectively.

Priority Passenger Service (PPS) is for passengers who have accumulated S$25,000 worth of PPS Value within a year. PPS Value is acquired while flying Singapore Airlines Suites, First Class or Business Class on Singapore Airlines, or Business Class on SilkAir. The PPS is divided into the PPS Club, Solitaire PPS Club and the Solitaire PPS Club Life.


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Singapore Airlines Hub Airport 

Singapore Changi International Airport

Singapore Changi Airport is the main airport for Singapore and is the hub airport for Scoot, SilkAir, Singapore Airlines, Jetstar Asia Airways, Tigerair. It has three runways and can handle nearly 55 million passengers.

Other airlines which fly to and from Changi Airport include AirAsia, Air China, Air France, Bangkok Airways, Emirates and many others.


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Singapore Airlines Route Map

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Singapore Airlines Fleet

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Star Alliance

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Star Alliance is the leading global airline network, which has 27 member airlines. Star Alliance was founded in 1997 with the five founding airlines: Scandinavian Airlines, Thai Airways International, Air Canada, Lufthansa and United Airlines. The alliance has grown considerably now to airlines which fly to 1,321 airports and 193 countries, carrying 637 million passengers every year!


Singapore Airlines News

7th June 2018

United Airlines faces challenges from Singapore Airlines

United Airlines has a new competitor! Singapore Airlines is set to challenge its Long-haul route network as it gets closer and closer to launch non-stop flights from Singapore to New York and Los Angeles. A few years ago, Singapore ordered a specialist aircraft with a goal of granting the airline access to the U.S. direct. A few months after that, United got in there first with a non-stop flight from San Francisco to Singapore. Now Singapore Airlines is back in business. Five years ago, Singapore Airlines cancelled its nonstop Singapore-Newark and Singapore-Los Angeles routes due to soaring oil prices.

Currently, United Airlines doesn't fly nonstop from the New York area to Singapore, but it still has a high market share on that route. It can offer one-stop service via its hubs in San Francisco and Los Angeles, or via its Asian joint venture partners' hubs. Other U.S.-based airlines don't offer nearly as many options. This new competition should shake things up a bit.


31st May 2018

Singapore Airlines relaunch direct service to Newark

Singapore Airlines will start operating a direct service between Singapore Changi Airport (SIN) and Newark Liberty International Airport (EWR). The carrier used to fly the route using a number of A350-900s but stopped back in 2013. Singapore Airlines will resume the service on 11th October 2018 and will use its new fleet of A350-900s. Initially, the service will run three times a week but by the 18th October it plans to operate seven times a week. The Singapore—Newark service has an estimated flight duration of 9 hours.

Singapore Airlines also plan to use its A350-900s to fly between Singapore Changi and Los Angeles International (LAX), however, the plans are still in the initial stages and nothing is set for sure.


15th January 2018

Singapore Airlines new destinations for A380 cabin products

Singapore Airlines has announced that London and Hong Kong are the next two destinations to be served by the fleet's newest addition: the Airbus A380 aircraft, along with all the the recently unveiled cabin products. It is set to begin in February there will be thrice weekly return flights between Singapore and London and four times a week between the Singapore and Hong Kong. The A380s wil be installed with the latest cabin products, sitting up to 471 customers in four classes, with six en suites, 78 business class seats, 44 premium economy seatsand the remaining 343 passengers in economy.


6th December 2017

SIA, SilkAir to codeshare on budget subsidiary Scoot

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) and SilkAir will codeshare on Scoot-operated flights between Singapore and over 30 destinations within the SIA group. The codeshare agreement will focus on flights that are served only by Scoot, starting with Athens, Clark, Gold Coast, Hat Yai, Ipoh, Krabi, Kuching and Palembang.

SIA said in a statement: "The new agreement will enable SIA and SilkAir customers to travel on single-ticket itineraries to these codeshare destinations, which means that their boarding passes and baggage tags will be issued up to their final destination at the first point of check-in." For their flights on Scoot, SIA and SilkAir passengers will be offered checked baggage allowance as well as a complimentary meal and beverage for flights over four hours.


24th October 2017

Singapore Airlines finalizes order for 39 widebody aircraft

Singapore Airlines (SQ, Singapore Changi) and Boeing (BOE, Chicago O'Hare) have announced they have finalised an order for twenty B777-9s and nineteen B787-10 aircraft. The announcement came during the state visit of Singapore's prime minister Lee Hsien Loong in Washington, D.C.

Given a previous order for thirty B787-10s, the Singaporean national carrier now has 49 of the aircraft on order making it the largest customer for the longest of the B787s. It is also the launch customer with the first B787-10 to be delivered in the first half of 2018. SIA's current B777 fleet includes twenty B777-200(ER)s, twenty-seven B777-300(ER)s and five B777-300s. Its low-cost carrier Scoot (TR, Singapore Changi) operates nine B787-8s and six B787-9s.

Source: ch-aviation


14th August 2017

Singapore Airlines’ new safety video is so stunning

Singapore Airlines has released a safety video so beautifully shot that it might make you cry. Like most other safety briefings the five-minute film regurgitates a lot of information you will have heard if you have flown before. It may appear a bit over the top to say it will reduce you to tears but the video is produced so classily that you don’t really want to stop watching. The safety briefing doesn’t include an actual plane but instead explains what you need to do by using various locations around Singapore. It is actually not an original concept with Qantas, Middle East Airlines, Oman Air, Philippine Airlines all doing something similar in the past.


But the Singapore Airlines video is shot in such a stunning way it is worthy of the plaudits it is getting. It is also useful if you are flying to the country but have made no plans as it features many of its key landmarks, which is not surprising considering it was made in a joint venture between the airline and Singapore Tourism Board. Singapore Airlines senior vice president for sales and marketing, Campbell Wilson, said: ‘Our new safety video provides a more captivating way of effectively presenting safety information to our customers as compared to the more conventional approach that we have taken up to now. ‘At the same time, it proudly showcases many familiar spots in our home base of Singapore to a global audience.’


18th May 2017

Singapore Airlines cuts 3 Canberra flights for August - October 2017 duration

Singapore Airlines will temporarily reduce the number of flights from Canberra to Singapore and Wellington for three months from August. Instead of flying four times a week there will be three flights in one week of August, September and October, resulting in a net loss of three services overall. "During low season we regularly make ad hoc changes to our flight schedules to meet market demand and ensure we are optimising the performance of the route during low season," Mr Schubert said.




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