Coronavirus: SIA, Scoot and Jetstar Asia restarting flights to more destinations
Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group and budget carrier Jetstar Asia will be flying to more destinations and at a slightly increased frequency as the gradual recovery of the carriers continues.
Scoot, the budget arm of SIA Group, said yesterday that it will restart flights to Tokyo, Osaka, Palembang, Pekanbaru and Yogyakarta this month, adding these to the 13 locations it was flying to last month.
Meanwhile, SIA said last week that it will begin adding more flights to cities such as Jakarta, London and Sydney in the next three months.
It will also restart flights to Surabaya in Indonesia this month.
With the gradual increase in flights, SIA Group's passenger capacity will reach about 11 per cent of pre-pandemic levels by the end of November.