All Singapore flights operated by all AirAsia Aviation Group return to Changi Terminal 4 from 15th September 2022.
Responding to recent travel restrictions causing low demand, Malindo Air will withdraw flights from Kuala Lumpur to Sydney and Adelaide via Denpasar.
A temporary fleet hibernation of most of the AirAsia Group fleet is in response to current low demand for air travel due to Covid-19 and border controls.
Capacity cuts on Singapore Airlines routes have reduced flights by up to 50% across the network. Check how you may be affected.
Thai AirAsia X Bangkok-Brisbane will be suspended from 7th April 2020, as result of route rationalisation due to Covid-19.
Seletar airport's new terminal is now open, with Firefly's scheduled turboprop flights to Singapore from Subang due to start April 2019.
Firefly has suspended Singapore flights from 1st Dec 2018, the date of a planned move to the new base at Seletar Airport. As a number of issued remain unresolved, the airline has posted information for affected customers.
A number of Silkair routes will be transferred to SIA Group subsidiary Scoot, starting in April 2019.