In light of the ongoing COVID-19 situation, Singapore’s flagship carrier, Singapore Airlines will fly to only 15 destinations in May, with its existing flight cancellations extended until the end of that month.
Singapore Airlines had earlier on cut 96% of capacity through April, mirroring an announcement at Cathay Pacific Airways, as border controls were enforced across the world.
The carrier will continue these flight cuts by only flying to 15 destinations in total in May.
SIA is set to operate flights to the following destinations (subject to regulatory approval):
A full list of flight dates can be found here.
“Please note that all other flights that had been scheduled for May 2020 will be cancelled,” said the carrier on its website.
The airline said customers whose flights were cancelled “will retain the full value of the unused portion of their tickets as flight credits” and that this can be used to book new travel until 30 June 2021.
Customers will also be awarded bonus flight credits when rebooking their travel, the carrier added. Bonus flight credits are awarded to customers who choose to retain their tickets as flight credits. SIA said customers receive bonus flight credits based on the cabin class that they were originally booked on. Details regarding the value of the bonus credit in different currencies can be found here.