Singapore Airlines have released an update in relation to its flights and
services affected by the Volcanic Ash in Europe.
In short all services to and from Europe (with the exclusion of Athens and Istanbul) remain affected, passengers should not go to the
media release from Singapore Airlines can be read below:
19th April 2010 – Update: Volcanic activity in Iceland
affecting Singapore Airlines flights to Europe
Due to the continued presence of volcanic ash over Northern Europe and the
United Kingdom, Singapore Airlines is advising customers with bookings for
travel to and from Europe, with the exception of Athens and Istanbul, not to go
to the airport. All other routes outside of Europe remain unaffected and
continue to be serviced as normal.
Singapore Airlines considers the safety of its passengers to be the main
priority and as such European flight routes will not be resumed until it is
entirely safe to do so.
Singapore Airlines continues to do everything it can to assist customers who
have been impacted by the airspace closure and is working tirelessly to return
all customers to their homes as soon as possible. Several hundred residents of
the UK and Europe who have had to remain in Australia have been provided with
In addition Singapore Airlines will continue to waive
cancellation and change fees for confirmed tickets to the UK and Europe.
Further information can be obtained by calling 13 10 11 and regular updates are
available on www.singaporeair.com