Singapore Airlines Change


Dear Traveler,

We have been advised of the below Travel Policy for people travelling to India till 30th April 2020.

Singapore Airlines is closely monitoring the development of the coronavirus situation.
The safety of our crew and passengers is our highest priority.
For passengers who wish to cancel or defer any upcoming travel to the listed destinations below, Singapore Airlines will enact the following policies;


Affected Flights :

All Singapore Air /Silk Air /Fly Scoot flights to/from India will be eligible.

Applicable Ticket Issuance Date :

Tickets issued on or before 11 March 2020 will be eligible.

For Travel from Australia to/from : 

Ahmedabad /  Bangalore / Mumbai / Calcutta / Delhi / Chennai / Cochin / Hyderabad / Amritsar / Coimbatore / Trivendram / Trichy / Vishakhapatnam

Refunds Note: Refund is applicable only for unutilised portion(s) of the ticket :

Refunds are only permitted to the clients, who is holding a refundable ticket. Non refundable tickets are not eligible to get any waiver.

Re-booked Travel Permitted Until :

31 Aug 2020

Rebooking Fees :

Waived for tickets issued in accordance with this policy

Fare difference : 

If the new airfare & tax is higher than you've paid earlier, you'll be liable to pay the differences., only the change fee is waived by the airline.


This information is correct as on 12 MARCH 20 - 1300 hrs AEST.



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7 responses to “Singapore Airlines Change”

  1. Deepak Rawat says:

    Don’t understand – refundable tickets are refundable – what is the Airlines doing by having an additional policy during a crisis time. They should refund traveller who have booked non- refundable flights as well.

  2. Kamleshkumar Patel says:

    what is the Airlines doing by having an additional policy during a crisis time ? They should refund traveler who have booked non- refundable flights as well.

  3. Sukh says:

    Wat an insensitive response. With a ban imposed when one cannot travel airline should issue fee waier for change of dates. Wat a rip off

  4. Ratnadeep dillikar says:

    We have booked five tickets on 10 of March 2020 and we are travelling on 28th of May 2020 just wondering what’s gonna happened In this case if this Virus game is still on , because one way tickets are always non refundable so wats the situation . I hope SINGAPORE AIRLINES GET BACK TO US with a positive outcome , so that we don’t loose our hard earned money ..


    I wasn’t expecting this from the
    World’s best airlines. At this time
    Of crisis these people they still try
    To rip there customers.
    Im hoping they will increase the
    Flexibility period to 12 months to
    book again without extra cost just
    Air Canada Airlines has done.
    Finger’s crossed.

  6. Nirav says:

    Hello Ratnadeep,

    We are offering the refunds without any cancellation / admin fees for the clients of us, in case if the airlines are not charging ., however the best is to speak to the airline / your travel agent where the bookings are made.. if its booked through us, email your booking details to [email protected] & surely happy to help..

  7. Nirav says:

    Yeah agree., lets see what the travel industry has to go through more..

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