Singapore Airlines Reinstates Select Flights to / from Europe

Travel News Asia Latest Travel News Podcasts Videos Tuesday, 20 April 2010

With the progressive opening up of European airspace, Singapore Airlines has confirmed it will operate the following flights to and from Europe:

20 April 2010 - SQ333 Paris-Singapore 22:00
20 April 2010 - SQ378 Singapore-Barcelona (bypassing Milan) 23:45
21 April 2010 - SQ334 Singapore-Paris 00:10
21 April 2010 -SQ324 Singapore-Amsterdam 00:15
21 April 2010 - SQ365 Rome-Singapore 16:00
21 April 2010 - SQ366 Singapore-Rome 05:20
21 April 2010 - SQ346 Singapore-Zurich 02:10

All other SIA flights not listed above remain cancelled at this point.

Customers already booked on the flights listed above will be able to travel as planned.

Customers who had their previous flights cancelled will be re-booked on the departing flights subject to availability. The airline has said that priority will be given to special needs or elderly customers, and those with infants or young children. Following that, customers who have the earliest original departure dates will be assigned seats on the flights.

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