SINGAPORE, 14 October 2020: Restrictions have eased to allow Singapore Airlines to sell seats on the Singapore to Bangkok sector effective 16 October 2020.
SQ has been operating some flights to Bangkok since last April with sales open only on the Bangkok – Singapore sector but not on the return leg except for official repatriation flights.
Customers can book seats on the Singapore-Bangkok flights on singaporeair.com or through the airline’s appointed travel agents.
SIA customers travelling from Bangkok could transit through Singapore Changi Airport to destinations in the SIA Group network currently operated by SIA, SilkAir or Scoot.
With this latest development, customers can now purchase round-trip tickets or one-way tickets to Bangkok from various destinations served by the group via the Changi airport hub. Passengers should check out the latest available destinations, flight schedules and travel advisories as travel rules related to Thailand change without prior notice and are currently very confusing.
Travellers are warned that the 14-day quarantine rule continues to apply for all passengers entering Thailand. There are other entry requirements and restrictions set by the Thai authorities.
For clarity, check the latest travel restrictions and advisories with the authorities or visit https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/th/travel- info/covid-19 for more information before booking.
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