Singapore Airlines launches new iPhone, Android apps

By David Flynn, April 17 2012
Singapore Airlines launches new iPhone, Android apps

IN BRIEF | Singapore Airlines has released apps for both the iPhone and Android smartphones, along with a new mobile-friendly website (at

Admittedly, these debutante apps are somewhat limited in their capabilities.

All you can do in these first versions is mobile check-in; grab a mobile boarding pass (and only on flights from Singapore, Hong Kong and Frankfurt, but not if your flight from any of those airports is going to the US); check the status of your flight; and call up a directory of  SQ offices around the world.

Still, that's a pretty neat set for starters.

Things will pick up "in subsequent releases" of the apps and the new mobile site, the airline promises, with the ability to check flight schedules: make and change bookings, including redemption bookings; access your KrisFlyer statements and "extend expiring miles".

To grab the new SQ apps: click here if you're got an iPhone, and here for Android smartphones.

For the very latest news for business travellers and frequent flyers, tune into @AusBT on Twitter.


David Flynn is the Editor-in-Chief of Executive Traveller and a bit of a travel tragic with a weakness for good coffee, shopping and lychee martinis.

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29 Jan 2011

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It's a shame that Singapore Airlines doesn't do something about fixing its error-prone web site. Since being rolled out in May 2011 it's been a complete disaster as documented in the following travel forum thread:


10 Sep 2011

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I was about to say something similar, but you beat me to it!

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