Singapore Airlines will restart two routes to the U.S. in November, which will bring its U.S. route network to just under two-thirds of pre-pandemic levels, the carrier announced.
On Nov. 1, the airline will start its service between Singapore and Frankfurt, with continued service to New York’s John F. Kennedy International Airport. Next day will see flights from Hong Kong to San Francisco. The timing coincides with the Biden administration’s announcement that it will lift current restrictions, including on travelers from Europe, for fully vaccinated travelers in November.
According to Singapore Airlines, it plans to resume additional U.S. flights, including to Houston and Seattle “as operational and regulatory conditions allow.”