United Airlines resumed daily flights between Singapore and San Francisco in January this year with a daily flight between Singapore Changi Airport Terminal 2 and San Francisco International Terminal operating on a Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft. From 29 October 2022, the airline will add another daily flight from San Francisco to Singapore, offering evening departure from Singapore with evening arrival into San Francisco and a morning departure from San Francisco with evening arrival into Singapore.
United was the first to offer non-stop flights between Singapore and San Francisco in 2016.
United Airlines Flight Schedules between Singapore and San Francisco
UA 29 will depart San Francisco at 11.40 am and land in Singapore at 8.15 pm the next day. UA 28 will depart Singapore at 10.20 pm and land in San Francisco at 10 pm.
UA 1 will still depart Singapore at 10.15 am and land in San Francisco at 9.50 am in the morning. UA 2 departs San Francisco at 10.45 pm and land in Singapore at 7 am 2 days later.
This new frequency will enable United to offer nearly 20 additional one-stop connections to Singapore from destinations throughout North America. Customers in Singapore have access to nearly 80 cities throughout the U.S., including major business markets like New York, Boston, Philadelphia, and Dallas via its hub in San Francisco.
Expanded United and Singapore Airlines Codeshare Arrangement
In April this year, United Airlines and Singapore Airlines expanded codeshare arrangements to provide more options and value to customers. This will allow customers to travel to more cities in the U.S., Southeast Asia, and other destinations in the Asia-Pacific region than before.
“We resumed our Singapore-San Francisco nonstop service in January 2022 and received an overwhelming response from our customers. To meet the increasing customer demand, we’ve decided to resume our twice-daily service which can provide our customers with greater choices and more options between Singapore and San Francisco and beyond with optimal departure and arrival times. Singapore is an important business and leisure destination for United and we remain committed to serving the Singapore market,” shared Walter Dias, Director of Sales for Greater China, Korea and Southeast Asia for United Airlines.