LONDON – In the latest sign of continuing recovery for Singapore airlines, the carrier has announced that it will be resuming its three times weekly flights from Huston Bush Intercontinental Airport to Singapore, Via Manchester from December 1, 2021, the reinstatement of the route means that Singapore Airlines will now have restored an estimated 77 percent of its pre-covid flight frequency from the United States.
The route will be operated by one of the carriers Airbus A350-900 aircraft fitted with 254 seats in a tri-class configuration it is comprised of 42 business class seats, 24 premium economy, and 187 economy seats. As restrictions are continuing to ease in the U.S and other countries around the globe it is likely that we will see Singapore Airlines continue to re-open its pre-covid route network as demand continues to rise.
Joey Seow, SIA’s Regional VP – Americas said: “It’s indeed a pleasure to announce our return to Houston and to once again provide passengers with our unique style of personalized service for travel to the U.K. and Southeast Asia, we look forward to welcoming our customers back to the skies as they resume more international flights.”
The carrier currently operates a year-round service from Singapore to Los Angeles, New York (JFK), and San Francisco, with it also announcing the debut of seasonal services to Seattle and Vancouver which are due to commence operations on December 3 2021. In addition to these services, SIA will also be introducing designated Vaccine Travel lane flights, which will provide quarantine-free entry into Singapore for all passengers who are eligible.