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Singapore Airlines is the flag carrier of Singapore and has its main hub located at Singapore Changi Airport. The airline offers flights to most parts of the world, with more than 70 destinations. Singapore Airlines is also a member of the world’s largest airline alliance – Star Alliance.

CALLSIGN: SINGAPORE. IATA Code: SQ. ICAO Code: SIA

Website: http://www.singaporeair.com/saa/

Singapore Airlines market distribution on each continent.

Singapore Airlines 30 days of scheduled flights

The graph shows thenumber of scheduled flights per day. The bars are divided between domestic and international flights.

Singapore Airlines airports

Number of routes on some of the biggest Singapore Airlines airports.
Most popular flight routesPOPULAR

Singapore Airlines operates over 110 flight routes. Here are the most popular.

From     To  
SIN Singapore Kuala Lumpur KUL  »
SIN Singapore Hong Kong HKG  »
SIN Singapore Bangkok BKK  »
SIN Singapore Denpasar DPS  »
SIN Singapore Jakarta CGK  »
SIN Singapore Shanghai PVG  »
SIN Singapore Phuket HKT  »
SIN Singapore Melbourne MEL  »
SIN Singapore Penang PEN  »
SIN Singapore Perth PER  »
SIN Singapore Seoul ICN  »
SIN Singapore Sydney SYD  »
SIN Singapore London LHR  »
SIN Singapore Manila MNL  »
SIN Singapore Phnom Penh PNH  »
SIN Singapore Osaka KIX  »
SIN Singapore Tokyo HND  »
SIN Singapore Brisbane BNE  »
SIN Singapore Surabaya SUB  »
SIN Singapore Ho Chi Minh City SGN  »
Based on the number of flight departures in July 2024.
Singapore Airlines Aircrafts

Aircraft models scheduled to fly with Singapore Airlines.

Aircraft model Flights
Airbus A350-900 4047
Boeing 787 1860
Boeing 737MAX 8 Passenger 1642
Boeing 777-300ER 1054
Boeing 737-800 Passenger 930
Airbus A380-800 Passenger 434

Singapore Airlines airports

Sorted by the number of departing flights next month.

An airline hub is an airport where the airline has a heavy presence and normally some kind of headquarters. On the other hand, a focus city is a destination where the airline operates limited point-to-point routes. In these cities, the airline doesn’t necessarily need to have an office (even though this sometimes is the case). Many low-cost airlines don't use the definition 'hub' but instead define their main airports of operations as an operating base.