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Australia enjoys more nonstop service to Singapore than any other international destination apart from New Zealand. A total of 6 airlines fly daily, or multiple weekly flights from no less than eight Aussie cities. And from September 2016, it will become nine Australian cities with the introduction of Singapore Airlines’ ‘Capital Express’ service between Singapore and Canberra.

And with flying time to the Asian hub as little as 4.5 hours from the Top End, 5 hours from Perth, and just over 8 hours from east coast capitals, getting there is quick and easy. The perfect stand-alone destination or a holiday transit stop for Europe, the Middle East or Asia, Singapore remains one of the most popular destinations for Australians.  

Airlines flying to Singapore

There are many ways to get to Singapore, and for Australians, the choices include a wide variety of nonstop flights. With the addition of Canberra in September 2016, nine Australian cities will enjoy nonstop service to this Asian mega-hub.

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Nonstop Flights from Australia to Singapore






  • Silk Air flies the Singapore route every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.

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  • Jetstar flies twice daily except on Sundays when only one flight is scheduled.
  • Qantas serves the route with one daily departure
  • Scoot operates everyday but Mondays.


  • Singapore Airlines serves the Sydney to Singapore route with 4 daily flights
  • Qantas offers two daily services – a morning and an afternoon departure.
  • Scoot flies to Singapore every day except Tuesdays.

Travel on these airlines between Australia and Singapore and enjoy a stop in the following cities-

  • Air China (via Beijing)
  • Air India (via Delhi)
  • Air New Zealand (via Auckland)
  • Air Niugini (via Port Moresby)
  • All Nippon Airways (via Tokyo)
  • Asiana (via Seoul)
  • Cathay Pacific (via Hong Kong)
  • China Airlines (via Taipei)
  • China Eastern (via Beijing or Shanghai)
  • China Southern (via Guangzhou)
  • Eva Air (via Taipei)
  • Fiji Airways (via Nadi)
  • Garuda Indonesia (via Jakarta)
  • Japan Airlines (via Tokyo)
  • Korean Air (via Seoul)
  • Malaysia Airlines (via Kuala Lumpur)
  • Philippine Airlines (via Manila)
  • Thai Airways (via Bangkok)
  • Vietnam Airlines (via Ho Chi Minh City)

Peak and off season. When to get the best deal

As there is little change in Singapore’s weather, travellers can expect the same steamy, tropical temperatures year round. There are peak travel times however, and these include popular holidays such as Christmas, Chinese New Year, National Day and during other religious celebrations. January and February are perhaps the busiest times due to Chinese New Year.

Travel should be booked in advance if possible, but if looking for a last minute low fare, consider the low-fare airline options. Singapore’s low-fare airline, Scoot, operates daily from Australia, while Air Asia X provides connections via Hong Kong. Alternate routes via other Asian cities can also generate lower fares during peak travel times.   

Getting to and leaving the airport

Singapore’s Changi Airport sits on the eastern end of Singapore Island about 20km away from the city centre. The city can be reached via the ECP (East Coast Parkway) in about 30 minutes by taxi. Fares are charged by the metered rate, however there is an additional surcharge when leaving the airport.

A rail service also operates between the airport and the city. The MRT station is located between Terminals 2 and 3. MRT hours of operation are from 05.30 to approximately 11pm. Passengers must transfer at Tanah Mereh Station when travelling between the city centre and the airport. 

Singapore Airport Facilities & Services

You’ll find a map showing the location of all facilities and services provided at Changi Airport.

Changi features inviting roof top gardens, a swimming pool, an extensive range of shops and boutiques as well as restaurants with menus for every taste. There is a transit hotel connected to the airport and a number of airline lounges. 

Singapore as transit or stop-over destination

From theme parks and shopping malls to high-altitude look-outs and Arab and Asian markets, exploring all that Singapore has to offer makes for a thrilling adventure. No matter if this is your final destination or just a stopover in Singapore.

There’s never a problem getting around in Singapore either. Taxis are plentiful, cheap and can be flagged down from almost anywhere. Singapore is a walkable city too, so if you’re happy to make a day of it, put on your walking shoes and hit the pavement. The MRT rail network covers much of the city. Fares are cheap and the service is reliable and easy to use. Underground stations are easily located.

When visiting Singapore, be sure to visit these top attractions.-

  • Singapore Flyer – This massive Ferris wheel is one of the world’s largest. The individual pods can accommodate up to 28 people in air conditioned comfort. Offering excellent city and harbour views, the ride takes about 30 minutes for one rotation. 
  • Singapore Zoo – With over 315 species on display, Singapore Zoo’s enclosures are natural and unobtrusive. One of the zoo’s most popular events is the “Breakfast with an Orangutan.” Enjoy the full buffet breakfast while the orangutans descend from the trees.  
  • Shopping – You’ll find the main shopping area on Orchard Road. Filled with name brand retailers, boutique shops and luxury goods stores, Orchard Road will satisfy even the most enthusiastic of shoppers.