Singapore’s flag carrier, Singapore Airlines, announced that it will resume and increase the frequency of flights on a number of destinations by the end of the year.
“It is expected that by the end of the year the company will bring the volume of flights to 15% of the usual,” Singapore Airlines’ statement said.
According to the airline’s time table published on Sunday evening, flights will be carried out to Amsterdam, Barcelona, London, Milan, Paris, Frankfurt.
n addition, flights to Asian destinations will increase -to Bangkok, Jakarta, Hong Kong and a number of other cities.
The air carrier representatives also predict that by March 2021, the end of the fiscal year, the volume of passenger traffic will be about 50% of normal indicators.
At the end of July, Singapore Airlines announced a record quarterly loss that exceeded 1.1 billion Singapore dollars ($ 799 million). Last month, the company’s management announced an impending cut of approximately 4,300 positions, which will affect at least 2,400 employees working both in Singapore and abroad.