By Sohail Sawlani

Singapore Airlines Signs MoU with Thai Airways

December 2, 2022

SINGAPORE/BANGKOK, 2 DECEMBER | Today, Thai Airways and Singapore Airlines have signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to form a new strategic partnership. This will result in the airlines progressively code sharing more extensively on each other's services and exploring wide-ranging commercial collaboration that provides their customers with more options and value, as well as greater benefits and an enhanced travel experience.

To start things off, the following flights will be codeshared:

Singapore-Bangkok (operated by both airlines)
Singapore-Johannesburg-Cape Town (operated by SIA)
Singapore-Manchester-Houston (operated by SIA)
Singapore-Los Angeles (operated by SIA)
Singapore-New York/Newark (operated by SIA)
Singapore-San Francisco (operated by SIA)
Singapore-Seattle (operated by SIA)
Singapore-Vancouver (operated by SIA)

These flights will be codeshared within the two airlines early next year, subject to regulatory approval

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