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Old 5th April 2020, 10:46 AM   #406
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Yes SQ pilots. They had to clear immigration in DRW. SQ212 (9V-SYL) now operating SYD-ASP-DRW-SIN to pick up the SQ/TR pilots and fly them home (exit immigration in DRW again).

What a faff.
Speaking of which, there are actually quite a lot of SQ flights (with no pax I am guessing) traversing the airways between SIN and SYD. There were at least two 744Fs coming in during the day yesterday, SYL (on the SQ221 last evening) arriving this morning, and there is SWH operating SQ211 arriving this evening.

I hope they are still making some money carrying freight around.
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Old 5th April 2020, 05:40 PM   #407
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With Singapore going into almost a lockdown situation from next tuesay till 4 May, will SIA still be operating most of its limited flights from April to China and Europe? On SIN-HKG, Scoot is operating 3 times a week.
Most flights to China are cargo only anyway (only once a week to PVG is allowed to carry pax IIRC) so it shouldn't affect too much - if anything I would bet Singapore need the cargo inflow brought by these planes

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Old 5th April 2020, 06:00 PM   #408
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Most flights to China are cargo only anyway (only once a week to PVG is allowed to carry pax IIRC) so it shouldn't affect too much - if anything I would bet Singapore need the cargo inflow brought by these planes

Michael
There are now 3 daily cargo flight to shanghai using passenger plane plus One more using 747F.
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Old Yesterday, 04:47 PM   #409
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SQ833/SQ807 both operated as cargo only flight from PVG and PEK?
Changi Airport arrival information only show as VA5551/VA5553? Did not even show the SQ flight number n terminal.

31/3 changi have only 16 arrival flight if i am not wrong.
Wonder why they still do not want to close some of the terminals
I guess you have your answer here:
https://www.todayonline.com/singapor...ing-costs-says

TL;DR
- T2 to suspend operations from 1 May 2020 till end November 2021 (18 months)
- SQ to consolidate operations to T3 only
- Other airlines at T2 to shift to T1, T3 or T4
- Upgrading works to be completed 1 year ahead of schedule (original completion date 2024)
- Airport development levy to be waived from 13 April 2020 to 31 March 2021
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SQ/MI will be operating out of T3 w.e.f 08APR20.
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Old Today, 10:06 AM   #411
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SQ/MI will be operating out of T3 w.e.f 08APR20.
Effectively they already are, SQ966/967 to and from Jakarta last night was the final planned T2 flight. There were no planned T2 departures for SQ/MI today (7th) anyway.
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