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Singapore Airlines group says demand increased to 51% of pre-pandemic levels

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The passenger traffic of Singapore Airlines (SIA1) (SINGY) (SIA) Group rose dramatically in March 2022, with passenger capacity reaching 51% of pre-COVID levels.

Singapore Airlines (SIA1) (SINGY) and Scoot, two of the group’s airlines, carried a total of 893,000 passengers in February, up from 544,600 in February 2022, according to SIA.

The good news was attributable to the progressive relaxation of travel restrictions in practically all major markets.

The group’s passenger network reached 93 destinations in March 2022, including Singapore. SIA group restored service to various Southeast Asian, Australian, South African, United Kingdom, and United States destinations during the month.

Singapore reopened its borders on April 1, 2022, allowing fully vaccinated travelers to enter the nation without having to undergo quarantine or conduct COVID-19 tests upon arrival. The move was applauded by SIA Group, which had been experiencing low passenger flow due to travel restrictions.

Passenger capacity is expected to reach roughly 61 percent of pre-pandemic levels by May 2022, according to the group.

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