Singapore Airlines will restore flight capacity for Japan to the 2019 level, including restart of Haneda services

Singapore Airlines will considerably expand its flight capacity for Japan in this coming October, as it restarts three flights a day for Haneda on October 1 and upsize the aircraft for Narita flights from Boeing 787-10 currently to its flagship A380 on October 30. 

In addition, the airline will increase frequencies to three flights a day on Kansai route, to five flights a week on Nagoya route and to five flights a week on Fukuoka route during the winter schedule. Flights for Nagoya and Fukuoka will be increased to daily operations on March 4 2024. 

The airline’s network for Japan will be restored to the pre-pandemic level, except the Haneda-Singapore route, on which four flights a day used to be served before January 2020. 

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