The Singapore Airlines (SIA) announced that they have suspended all flights between Singapore’s Changi Airport and Russia, effective immediately until further notice.
SIA made the announcement on their website earlier today (28 February), with the airlines citing “operational reasons” for the suspension of flights.
The suspension of flights between the two countries affects flights SQ 362 and SQ 361, and the airline apologised to the customers who are affected by the suspension.
Passengers who are affected by the suspension of the flights to Russia will be offered a full refund by the airline, for the unused portion of their flight ticket.
For passengers who have made bookings via their travel agents or their partner airlines, SIA advised these passengers to get in touch with their travel agent and/or purchasing airline for help.