Due to the corona crisis, Singapore Airlines’ flight schedule was shortened significantly. The airline has to rely, among other things, on connecting European destinations with cities in Asia. This is not an easy task due to the many travel restrictions that apply in many countries.
While there were 115 flights a week to Europe before the outbreak of the corona crisis, there were only twelve in August. They are all carried out on the Airbus A350-900, the smallest aircraft available for these distances.
In addition to monitoring the cash position, Singapore Airlines is fully committed to highlighting any health measures taken. This is done, among other things, through various media statements and campaigns.
In addition, social distancing is established as much as possible (point-to-point travelers and transit passengers are even separated from each other, ed.). The cabins are thoroughly cleaned between each flight, the temperature of the passengers is measured in Singapore and masking is mandatory. .