Soon after restarting flights to New York before in November, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be resuming nonstop flights from San Francisco Global Airport to Singapore setting up on 17 December.
In a report, airline market place intelligence Aviator noted that prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, SIA operated 57 providers per week from US gateways, like Newark, New York, Houston, Seattle, San Francisco, and Los Angeles.
“With the the latest debut of JFK-Singapore flights, today’s announcement of the restoration of SFO-Singapore nonstops and the enlargement of functions at Los Angeles obviously demonstrates that the gradual, constant system of rebuilding our US community is substantially underneath way. A complete restoration to pre-COVID stages will get time, but we are inspired by the continued, strong need for cargo providers and by some early signals of optimism for air journey,” explained Joey Seow, SIA’s regional vice president for the America’s.
In addition to serving travellers, the new flights from both of those Los Angeles and San Francisco will appreciably improve SIA’s cargo potential to Southeast Asia, a big freight distribution position for the region. SIA Cargo on the West Coastline of the United States serves a array of industries, which includes electronics, perishables, prescription drugs, e-commerce, clinical supplies, as perfectly as time-delicate, higher-benefit consignments, claimed the report.