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Singapore Airlines Safe Travel Info
What's it like to fly Singapore Airlines right now?
Singapore Airlines has a longstanding reputation for quality and cleanliness, and it promptly evolved its operations to address the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Since of May 10, all passengers and flight crew are required to wear a face mask on board. Flight attendants also wear either goggles or eye visors when interacting with passengers.
Passengers must maintain social distancing measures when boarding and deplaning from a Singapore Airlines flight.
Further, passengers traveling to Singapore undergo basic health assessments before boarding. This includes a temperature check and verbal interview regarding one’s health.
Beginning in June, Singapore Airlines passengers are provided a care kit containing a surgical mask, sanitizing wipes and hand sanitizer gel.
The airline is using enhanced cleaning for its aircraft and lounges, and exploring ultra-violet light cleaning for lavatories between flights (on the ground).
Singapore Airlines is allowing rebookings and cancellations without change fees depending on when a ticket was originally booked. The best place to process changes and cancellations is on the airline’s web site request form.
A detailed summary of the airline’s health and safety policies on board is available in a PDF brochure called Caring for Your Well-Being (PDF).
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