Catering to increased demand, Singapore Airlines (SIA) is pleased to announce a 100 per cent restoration of its pre-Covid services to Bengaluru.
Starting 30 October 2022, the Airline, which currently flies seven times weekly from the city, will go back to operating 16 times a week. The complete flight schedule can be found in Annexe A.
To celebrate the occasion, the Airline has also announced a special fare promotion for travel from Bengaluru to popular countries across Asia, including Cambodia, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam.
Customers can avail of promotional fares when they book tickets between now and 14 September 2022. More details about the promotion can be found here.
The additional flights from Bengaluru will not only provide greater flexibility for arrival into Singapore, but will also give customers more options and better connections for travel to key onward destinations in the SIA network such as Australia, New Zealand and USA.
Mr. Sy Yen Chen, General Manager India for Singapore Airlines said, “We have been steadily restoring our operations across India to pre-Covid levels, and Bengaluru is no exception. We have seen healthy demand from the city, and this increase in capacity coupled with special fares to popular holiday destinations, will give our customers many attractive options to pick from when they plan their overseas trips in the coming months.”
From 30 October 2022, subject to regulatory approvals, Singapore Airlines will have restored 100 per cent of its pre-Covid services to India, i.e. the Airline will operate 96 flights weekly from eight cities across the country.
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About Singapore Airlines
The SIA Group’s history dates back to 1947 with the maiden flight of Malayan Airways Limited. The airline was later renamed Malaysian Airways Limited and then Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA). In 1972, MSA split into Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Malaysian Airline System. Initially operating a modest fleet of 10 aircraft to 22 cities in 18 countries, SIA has since grown to be a world-class international airline group.
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Please note that the flights listed below are subject to regulatory and operational changes.
All times stated are local to the respective destinations.
New flight service
Flight No. Destination Days of operation Departure Arrival Aircraft
Currently – 29 October 2022
SQ504 Singapore – Ahmedabad Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 18:35 21:35 Airbus A350-900MH
SQ505 Ahmedabad – Singapore Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 22:50 07:10+1 Airbus A350-900MH
SQ510 Singapore – Bengaluru Daily 20:05 21:50 Airbus A350-900MH
SQ511 Bengaluru – Singapore Daily 23:05 06:10+1 Airbus A350-900MH
30 October 2022 – 26 March 2023
Singapore - Bengaluru Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 09:05 11:05
Boeing 737-800 NG
Bengaluru – Singapore Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday 11:55 19:00
Boeing 737-800 NG
SQ510 Singapore – Bengaluru Daily 20:05 21:55 Airbus A350-900MH
SQ511 Bengaluru – Singapore Daily 23:10 06:10+1 Airbus A350-900MH
SQ512 Singapore – Bengaluru Friday, Saturday, Sunday 22:10 00:05+1 Airbus A350-900MH
SQ513 Bengaluru _. Singapore Monday, Saturday, Sunday 01:20 08:15 Airbus A350-900MH