SIA will operate daily air travel bubble flights starting June 9, with SQ882 departing Singapore at 8:40am local time and SQ883 departing Hong Kong at 2:25pm local time.
Its sister airline Scoot will operate daily non-travel bubble flights between Singapore and Hong Kong.
Singapore Airlines passengers with existing bookings traveling between Singapore and Hong Kong will be notified if their flight is designated as an air travel bubble flight.
Passengers who do not meet the bubble requirement or transit passengers departing from Hong Kong have the option to reschedule on a non-bubble flight operated by Scoot and receive baggage allowance and in-flight meals.
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Passengers transiting from Singapore to Hong Kong will not be re-routed on Scoot flights due to regulatory requirements. They may ask for a refund or rebook a flight.
SIA said that for a month starting May 26, passengers on travel bubble flights will enjoy a special in-flight menu featuring popular local dishes from both cities such as carrot cake, nasi lemak, dim sum, Soy Sauce Chicken Noodles and Lotus Leaf Rice with Chicken.
Hong Kong’s Cathay Pacific also said on Monday it was ready to fly on a “two-way, universal, quarantine-free” air travel bubble starting May 26.
Allegedly, these flights will be operated by pilots and crew who have been fully vaccinated.
Cathay Pacific said the first travel bubble flight CX759 from Hong Kong will depart at 9:10 am local time on May 26, while the first flight CX734 from Singapore will depart at 2 pm local time on May 27. 45 minutes to take off.
From May 27th to June 9th, the flight schedule is as follows: