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Singapore Airlines and SilkAir Implements New Regulations for Post Covid Operations

Singapore airlines aircraft on the tarmac of an airport
new regulations take in place Effective 2359 hrs on 10 May 2020. Singapore Airlines and Silkair passengers to follow

In compliance with Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore directive, new regulatory requirements have been established for passengers boarding Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights.

All passengers are required to bring their own face mask and wear it throughout the flight while maintaining safe-distancing measures when embarking and disembarking from a flight, as well as when queuing for the lavatory.

In addition to that, all passengers travelling to Singapore will have to undergo a basic health assessment including verbal health declaration and temperature checks prior to boarding the aircraft.

Meal services during the flight will be discontinued for flights within south east Asia and china sectors. A snack bag with water and refreshments will be provided upon boarding instead. On the other hand, passengers requiring special meals will be catered upon request from a reduced list adhering to the guidelines based on International Air Transport Association.

Moreover, suspension of hot towel service, as well as the removal of menu cards and seat back literature such as magazines on all flights will be removed.

These measures are taken in addition to the existing precautionary measures taken by SIA and SilkAir protecting the well being of their crews and personals. Furthermore, the aircraft undergoes a thorough cleaning process that includes the use of an approved strong disinfectant to clean all common areas. All aircraft are equipped with High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters, which effectively filter more than 99.99% of airborne microbes and have a similar performance to those used in hospital operating rooms. Cabin crew and pilots also have their temperatures taken before flights, they do not report for work if they are unwell, and wear masks as well as goggles or eye visors during flights.

Singapore Airlines being one of the leading airlines with Asia, they have gone the extra mile to protect their staffs and passengers through the post COVID-19 travels.

Feature image by Singapore Airlines

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