FLIGHT SQ906 receives a traditional water canon salute as it arrived on April 1, 2022
at the Davao International Airport.

SINGAPORE Airlines Ltd. has started daily flights on the Singapore-Davao-Cebu route, which used to be served by its now defunct subsidiary SilkAir.  

The commencement of our operations to Davao and Cebu is a testament of our commitment to expand our operations in the region and grow our network,Singapore Airlines General Manager Philippines Lee Yong Tat said in a statement on Monday.  

On Dec. 1 last year, the carriers low-cost subsidiary Scoot Tigerair Pte Ltd. started thrice a week flights between Singapore and Davao.  

The new service will bring about a more comfortable and seamless travel experience for our customers traveling on our regional routes and further strengthen Singapore as a destination and a premier air hub by providing customers with greater convenience and connectivity,he added.  

The company said travelers, regardless of vaccination status, are allowed to transit through Singapore on almost all Singapore Airlines and Scoot flights as long as they meet the entry requirements of their final destination.  

The Singapore Airlines and Scoot network covers 97 destinations in 34 countries. 

Singapore has also eased travel restrictions. Fully-vaccinated travelers on all Singapore Airlines flights with a negative coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) test result taken two days before departure do not have to undergo quarantine nor test upon arrival. MSJ 



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