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Singapore Airlines abbreviated as SIA is the national flag carrier of Singapore initially launched on May 1, 1947 about 70 years ago as Malayan Airways at that time from the British Straits Settlement of Singapore. With the support of British Commonwealth Airlines, the carrier was put on right track in 1950s. BOAC and Qantas Airways also helped SIA join IATA. A fleet that made its debut with Airspeed Consul twin-engine aircraft in 1947 had a large number of Douglas DC-3s by year 1955. With the Federation of Malaysia in established in 1963 the name of the Airlines was changed to Malaysian Airways. The carrier would also take over the operations of Borneo Airways. After the disintegration in federation the Airline was renamed as Malaysia-Singapore Airlines (MSA). First Boeing aircraft came in the hangers in 1967 and this was a beginning of a new era as the fleets (introducing Boeing 707s and Boeing 737s) and routes started to expand. After the breakup of Federation Singapore wanted to maintain and develop its international routes while Malaysia wanted to focus on its domestic routes, this resulted in the closure of MSA. To further its international run, Singapore Airlines kept all of the Boeings and retained the international routes before furthering them.

It was still operating from the old headquarter facilities of MSA and headed by the former joint chief of MSA who then would be its first chairperson. The service started sharing a Concorde with British Airways in 1977 for flights from Singapore International Airport to London and vice versa. The route was terminated in 1980 because of the opposition from India. Service was extended to US, European Cities and Canada in 1980s. A new terminal: Terminal 2 was launched in Changi Airport in 1991. A new consignment consisting of five long range Airbus A340-500 was delivered to make two longest non-stop flights in aviation history from Singapore to Newark and Singapore to Los Angeles. First Airbus double decker Airbus A380-800 was received by the company 2007. The type A380-800 is used for the flights to Sydney, Zurich, Paris, Melbourne, London, Mumbai, Frankfurt, Beijing, New York and Los Angeles. The airline is a keystone member of Star Alliance. On April 6, 2012 the last Boeing 747 was grounded by SIA after 40 years of operations. The current fleet of SIA consists of Airbus A330, Boeing 777, Airbus 350, and Airbus 380 with a total of 111 registered aircrafts as of Oct 31, 2017. In-flight services include Cabins of five different classes including Suites, first class, business class, premium economy class and economy class down the order. The service has one of the best on-flight catering service with a wide variety of foods offered having a special focus on the passengers from India, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, China, Malaysia and others. krisWorld, an in-flight entertainment system never ceases to amaze its audiences. You can find more about SIA online. Follow your favorite service on Facebook, Twitter and other social media platforms. Here is the website:

Singapore Office

Singapore Airlines flies from Singapore to Sydney, London Heathrow Airport, Delhi, Mumbai, Melbourne, Perth, Paris, Brisbane, Dhaka, Tokyo, Amsterdam, Auckland, Adelaide, Los Angeles, Bangkok, Beijing, Bali, Berlin, Barcelona, Christchurch, Chennai, Colombo, Copenhagen, Denpasar, Dubai, Frankfurt, Hong Kong, San Francisco (SFO), Guangzhou, Geneva, Greece, Haneda, Houston, Ho Chi Minh, Istanbul, Jakarta, Jeddah, Johannesburg, Japan, Kuala Lumpur, Kolkata, Korea, Koh Samui, Kota Kinabalu, Kathmandu, Krabi, Koh Samui, Lombok, Manchester, Milan, Munich, Maldives, Moscow, Mumbai, Newark, Narita, Nagoya, Osaka, Penang, Manila, Surabaya, Vancouver, Vietnam, Vienna, Venice, Visakhapatnam, Wellington, Washington DC, Yangon, Yogyakarta, Zagreb, Canberra, Coimbatore, Cairns, Cape town, Danang, Hyderabad, Honolulu, Hanoi, Italy, Incheon, Orlando, Las Vegas, Oslo, Pune, Sao Paulo, Phuket, Qingdao, Queensland, Queenstown, Trivandrum, Taipei, Turkey, Qatar, Siem Reap, Rome, Seoul, Sapporo, Gold Coast, Zimbabwe, Dusseldorf, Zhengzhou and others.

Arrivals, A380 to Singapore, Lost and Found luggage, baggage allowance, explore pass, direct flights, Flight Schedule, United Miles, Virgin Points, flight status, booking a trip, web check-in, KrisShop, KrisFlyer Promotions, Stopover, Changi Transit Program, mobile check-in, PPS Club, KrisFlyer Elite Silver, KrisFlyer Elite Gold, PPS Rewards, Donate Miles, Redeem Miles, Earn when you Fly, Earn on the ground, Earn when you shop, claiming of the missing miles, Boarding Pass Privileges, SIA Hop-on Bus, Kiosk check-in, Return check-in, Special assistance and info about Partner airlines SilkAir, Scoot, Virgin Australia, Air New Zealand and more can be touched on the official site of Singapore Airlines. Here is the official web-portal of SIA:

Singapore Airlines Singapore Office Contacts


Reservation & Ticketing Office


Address: 2 Orchard Turn

#04-05 ION Orchard

Singapore 238801

(Above Orchard MRT station)

Tel: +65 6223 8888 (24 hours Available)

Fax: +65 6490 0596 (Contact Centre)

Hours Active

Mon to Sat: 8:30 am – 6:00 pm

Sunday: 9:30 am – 5:00 pm

Closed on first day of Chinese New Year (28 January 2017)


KrisFlyer Membership Services

Address: KrisFlyer Membership Services

PO Box 177

Singapore Post Centre Post Office

Singapore 914006

Telephone: +65 6789 8188

Fax: +65 6789 8777


Hours Operating: 24


Lost and Found Office


Address: Lost & Found Services

Level 1, Arrival Hall

Passenger Terminal Building 2

Changi Airport

Singapore 819829

Tel: 1800 2244243 (or +65 62244243 from overseas)

Fax: 65424486


Operating hours

Daily: 7:00am to 11:30 pm