Singapore Airlines Releases November Flight Schedule

The Lion City’s flag carrier is looking to operate more than 100 weekly roundtrip services by early November.

A Singapore Airlines Boeing 787-10 aircraft at Changi Airport. (Photo: Singapore Airlines)

Over the course of the coming eight weeks, Singapore Airlines and SilkAir will slowly increase frequencies to certain destinations, with the aim of bumping up passenger capacity across the SIA Group to 11 percent of its pre-pandemic levels by the end of November, compared to eight percent in October and seven percent this month. The Lion City’s flag carrier resumed regular services to Phnom Penh and Taipei last week, and returned to Cebu, Istanbul, Milan, and Perth in August. Though China has lifted its months-long ban on international flights into Beijing, SIA will not be reinstating any additional routes for the time being.

Singapore Airlines plans to operate 108 weekly flights to 30 cities throughout the month of November:

Region Destination Flights per week
Southeast Asia Bangkok 3
Hanoi 1
Ho Chi Minh City 2
Jakarta 10 (from November 2)
Kuala Lumpur 3
Manila 2
Surabaya 2
East Asia Hong Kong 7
Osaka Kansai 3
Seoul Incheon 6
Shanghai Pu Dong 1
Taipei Taoyuan 3
Tokyo Narita 3
Australasia Adelaide 2
Auckland 5
Brisbane 4 (2 are flown via Sydney)
Christchurch 3
Melbourne 7
Perth 3
Sydney 7 (2 return via Brisbane)


Amsterdam 3
Barcelona 1 (via Milan Malpensa)
Copenhagen 1
Frankfurt 5
Istanbul 1
London Heathrow 12
Milan Malpensa 2
Paris CDG 3
Zurich 3
North America Los Angeles 3


Meanwhile, regional subsidiary SilkAir will only be running 11 weekly flights to five cities around Asia:

Region Destination Flights per week
Southeast Asia Cebu 2
Kuala Lumpur 4
Medan 2
Phnom Penh 2
East Asia Chongqing 1


November schedules for low-cost carrier Scoot have not yet been released. For more information on the dates of Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights that month, visit

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