Australianaviation has reported Singapore Airlines is preparing to resume flights to Adelaide, Melbourne and Brisbane for the first time since the closure of Australian and Singaporean borders, the news source said.
The airline will add additional routes to Sydney as part of its new minimum connectivity network that will run from 8 June to 31 July.
Singapore Airlines said the move was a small first step towards international travel, but still warned there is a long way to go before the meaningful return of capacity.
Other destinations served as part of the wider network include Amsterdam, Bangkok, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur, London, Los Angeles, Manila, Narita, Osaka, Seoul, Shanghai and Zurich.
Singapore Airlines has announced it was expanding its cargo-only passenger flights to meet demand for capacity for exports out of Brisbane, Melbourne and Sydney.