Singapore Airlines, Scoot and SilkAir performed the first flights with 100% vaccinated crew.
Singapore Airlines, Scoot and SilkAir operated the first fully manned cabin flights.
The first was the company's flight Singapore Airlines, SQ956, which left Singapore for Jakarta (Indonesia) on February 11, 2021, at 09:30 local time (GMT + 8). The next flight was for Scoot, the flight TR606, which left for Bangkok, (Thailand) at 09:30 local time and was followed by the flight MI608 of SilkAir, which took off for Phnom Penh (Cambodia) at 16:30 local time.
The Singapore government has given priority to the aviation sector in the country's vaccination campaign. This reflects the importance of the aviation sector, as well as the crucial role of SIA Group airlines in Singapore's economic recovery and in the fight against Covid-19.
Singapore Airlines, Scoot and SilkAir crews responded positively to this exercise, and to date, more than 90% of cabin crew members and pilots have registered to be vaccinated.
We remind you that Etihad Airways was the first airline in the world to vaccinated cabin crew 100%.