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Passenger capacity across the SIA Group will reach 81 percent of pre-pandemic levels by the end of the year.
Melbourne is being served four times a day, while Cairns and Darwin are also getting extra weekly flights.
The capital of Indonesia’s North Sumatra province will be served by the carrier on a twice-weekly basis.
The relaxation of border restrictions is paving the way for the SIA Group’s post-pandemic recovery.
Athens, Kota Kinabalu, and Manado are being added as Scoot resumes flights to all three destinations.
Customers flying from Changi to London Heathrow will be the first in line to test out the new mobile platform.
The move allows the group to cut spending and recalibrate the rate at which capacity is added in the future.
First touted in early 2018, the SilkAir merger with SIA will soon be moving into a significant new phase.
The brand-new service is now available for customers flying from Singapore and selected cities in Indonesia.