Member since 12 Apr 2017
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I do not understand why Singapore airlines are still on there website advertising full contingent of Melbourne to Singapore flights July/Aug/Sept Why
We are not allowed in Australia to fly International!
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Member since 16 Jun 2011
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I haven't been paying close attention, but it may well be that the flights were not cancelled to begin with. They may cancel them closer to the date.
Thanks for the reply: have booking July 2nd -22nd. But it will not happen that is the reason for my question
Member since 24 Dec 2013
Total posts 157
Looks like they are waiting as late as possible to cancel the flights to delay having to issue refunds.
Member since 28 May 2020
Total posts 1
I have the same 'issue'. We (family of 4) are booked on FRA-JFK on July 1st and the flights are still not cancelled and bookable. The SIA website even still shows the A380-800 as the plane while we all know that they are stored right now in the Australia's dessert. On top all EU is not allowed to enter the US right now based on EU and US regulations. There is no likelihood that this will happen but I also check the SIA site day by day :-) Michael
Member since 19 Apr 2012
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Originally Posted by Sutty
Member since 11 Dec 2018
Total posts 16
I was able to cancel my June/July flights with full refund/no fees (even though tickets optimistically purchased after the March 15? deadline). They told me the flights were likely to be cancelled even though they were still listed as available in my booking/on their app. I couldn't do it via online portal so rang instead - pleasantly surprised at very short wait to speak to someone and the offer at full refund (was expecting to pay a fee or only get credits). Anyhow - great service - after lousy experience with Cathay Pacific over this will definitely be choosing them in future.
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