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Singapore Airlines heads direct to London Gatwick Airport

February 1, 20243 minute read
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Want to fly to London, but not keen to arrive in Heathrow? Singapore Airlines will take you direct to Gatwick Airport from June 2024 with five flights per week to choose from. Singapore Airlines (SIA) launches its inaugural non-stop flights between Singapore and London Gatwick Airport in June 2024, operating the five-times weekly services with the long-haul variant of its Airbus A350-900 aircraft.

Direct to London Gatwick Airport

Together with its current four-times daily services to London’s Heathrow Airport, this brings the total number of flights to the United Kingdom’s (UK) capital to 33 weekly services from the current 28 weekly services. SIA also operates five-times weekly services to Manchester Airport.

Subject to regulatory approval, flight SQ310 will operate on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays. The inaugural flight will depart Singapore for Gatwick Airport at 2355hrs (local time) on 21st June 2024 and arrive in London at 0625hrs (6.25am) on 22nd June 2024.

The return leg, flight SQ309, will operate from Gatwick Airport to Singapore on Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays, with the inaugural return flight departing at 1015hrs (10.15am) on 22nd June 2024, landing in Singapore at 0620hrs (6.20am) on 23rd June 2024. The early morning arrival offers customers options to connect to SIA and Scoot flights to destinations across South East Asia, Australia, and New Zealand.

Passengers in SIA’s long-haul A350-900s can choose from 253 seats spread across three cabin classes, 42 in Business Class, 24 in Premium Economy Class, and 187 in Economy Class.

London’s Gatwick Airport is an excellent gateway for travellers looking to explore the capital and the South East of England. The airport offers transport services into central London, with trains connecting travellers directly to major hubs such as London Blackfriars, London Bridge, City Thameslink, St. Pancras International, and London Victoria, close to a number of key tourist attractions.

The addition of Gatwick increases the number of European destinations in the SIA network to 14 , reflecting the airline’s firm commitment to enhancing its connectivity to this key region.

…. Passengers arriving from Singapore will benefit from London Gatwick’s outstanding connections, with our newly redesigned train station providing direct access to the heart of London in less than 30 minutes, alongside services to world-famous cities such as Cambridge and the UK’s beautiful south coast.Stewart Wingate, Chief Executive Officer, London Gatwick

Tickets for SIA’s flights to London’s Gatwick Airport are available through their various distribution channels including the official website.

Flight Schedules (Subject to regulatory approval)

21 June 2024 – 28 March 2025

SQ310 Singapore – London (Gatwick) Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays 23:55 – 06:25 (+1) Airbus A350-900


22 June 2024 – 26 October 2024

SQ309 London (Gatwick) – Singapore Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays 10:15 – 06:20 (+1) Airbus A350-900


27 October 2024 – 28 March 2025

SQ309 London (Gatwick) – Singapore Mondays, Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays 09:20 – 06:15 (+1) Airbus A350-900

all times are local

Singapore Airlines 14 European destinations Amsterdam, Barcelona, Brussels, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Istanbul, London (Heathrow), London (Gatwick), Manchester, Milan, Munich, Paris, Rome, and Zurich.

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