Non-stop from Brussels to Singapore

From 6 April 2024, Singapore Airlines will start non-stop flights from Brussels to Singapore. There will be four weekly flights with the Airbus A350-900. 

Non-stop from London Gatwick to Singapore

In June 2024, another European destination will be added to the network. Singapore Airlines will then start its first non-stop flights between Singapore and London’s Gatwick Airport. There will be five flights a week on this route. The airline already flies to London’s Heathrow Airport four times a day. This will bring the total number of flights between Singapore and the UK capital to 33 weekly flights. SIA also flies to Manchester Airport five times a week.


Subject to regulatory approval, flight SQ310 will operate between Singapore and Gatwick on Mondays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays. The first flight to Gatwick from Singapore will depart at 11.55 pm (local time) on 21 June and arrive in London at 6.25 am the following day.
The return flight, flight SQ309, departs from Gatwick Airport to Singapore on Monday, Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday. The first return flight departs at 10.15 am on 22 June 2023 and arrives in Singapore at 06.20 am on 23 June 2024. The early-morning arrival offers travellers good connection options with SIA and Scoot flights to destinations in Southeast Asia, Australia and New Zealand.

SIA flies long-haul flights with the A350-900; these feature 253 seats in three cabin classes: 42 in Business Class, 24 in Premium Economy Class and 187 in Economy Class.

The addition of Gatwick and Brussels to Singapore Airlines’ network brings the number of European destinations to 14, highlighting how important it is for the airline to improve connectivity with Europe.