The service is available on nearly all of SIA’s aircraft types, except for Boeing 737-800NGs flown on regional routes.
Starting in mid-April, the Flying Kangaroo will run flights between the two cities on a thrice-weekly basis.
Flights from Seoul-Incheon to Turkey’s biggest city and the Spanish capital will follow one month later.
The Philippine budget airline will soon be restarting flights to Macau, Melbourne, and Xiamen.
Scheduled passenger services between Bangkok and Macau will also be reinstated in mid-February.
Soaring demand is spurring the Gulf carrier to restore its 2019 frequencies to Brisbane, Melbourne, and Sydney.
Passenger volumes skyrocketed by 768 percent compared to the same period last year, though it reached just a quarter of pre-pandemic levels.
The UAE’s national airline will continue growing its global network at the start of the northern winter season.
Until January 29, heavily discounted fares from just US$33 one-way will be available for booking.