Asian airlines are ramping up overseas flights as borders begin to open around the region, hoping for clearer skies ahead after the turbulence of the coronavirus pandemic, Nikkei Asia reported.
Helping blaze a trail, Singapore Airlines in mid-February relaunched its route from its home airport to Bali in Indonesia. It plans to reconnect to the United Arab Emirates this Thursday, followed by Hong Kong a day later. And starting on March 4, it will resume flights to Manila in the Philippines, along with Bangkok and Phuket in Thailand.
Read the full report: Nikkei Asia.