Contact SilkAir: Find below customer care details of SilkAir airline, including telephone and address. You can reach the below contact for new flight booking, cancellation, refund, baggage claim, cheap airfares, deals or other queries on SilkAir. Besides contact details, the page also offers information and links on SilkAir services.

SilkAir Customer Care
Tel : (65) 6223 8888 (24 Hours)

371 Beach Road Unit #17-08
Singapore 199597

Baggage Assistance
Level 1 Arrival Hall, Passenger Terminal Building 2
Changi Airport
Singapore 819829

Tel: (65) 6541 8872 / 6541 8875
Fax: (65) 6542 4486

International Contacts

Tel: (855-23) 98 8629

Tel: (86-28) 8652 8626 / 8652 8636
Tel: (86-755) 8236 6106

Tel: (91-80) 2286 7869 / 2286 7870
Tel: (91-422) 437 0271 / 437 0281
Tel: (91-44) 4592 1921
Tel: (91-40) 4036 9000
Tel: (91-471) 255 4144 / 255 5144

Tel: (62-542) 730 800
Tel: (62-370) 628 254 / 628 255

Tel: (60-88) 265 770 / 265 771
(60-3) 2698 7033
(60-3) 2692 3122
(60-4) 263 3201

Tel: (95-1) 255 287/8/9

Tel: (977-1) 422 0759

Tel: (63-32) 505 7871

Tel: (66-53) 904 985 / 904 987

Tel:(84-511) 356 2708/ 356 2709

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Flight Status
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To check-in online click here

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About SilkAir
silkair-pictureSilkAir was founded in the year 1989 as Tradewinds. The airline is a subsidiary of Singapore Airlines and operates to over 30 destinations. SilkAir operates from its main hub at Singapore Changi Airport. The Singapore airline was voted ‘Best Regional Airline: Southeast Asia’ in the Skytrax 2009 World Airlines Awards. Skytrax has given the airline a 4-star ranking.

SilkAir Destinations: SilkAir destinations include Hyderabad, Bangalore, Coimbatore, Kochi, Thiruvanthapuram, Kathmandu, Chennai, Chengdu, Kunming, Chiang Mai, Yangon, Phuket, Penang, Medan, Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Kuala Lumpur, Solo, Xiamen, Shenzhen, Cebu, Manado, Suravaya, Lombok and more.

This article has 6 comments

  1. S DEEPAK LAL Reply

    Dear Sirs. I was travelling back to Trivandrum from Singapore by MI 492 dep 06-08-2015. While checking in , we requested the lady at check in counter to give us seats on the emergency row. Immediately came a reply ” Sorry not available “, I requested once again to which she replies “Passengers on these rows HAVE ALREADY CHECKED IN “.

    WE were then allotted seat 15A & B Later when all passengers had boarded I was surprised to find two full rows of emergency vacant. I then requested the cabin lady if I could go to the emergency row. Prompt came a reply ” not now only after take off “. Again to my surprise about a minute later she escorted two gentlemen from behind to the emergency row at seated them there. My woes do not end here.

    I had prebooked my meal , a Hindu non veg . When the good cabin lady came to check on this I asked If they were serving Chicken. She smiled and nodded so I assumed I would get my Chicken. When the meal was served I was again surprised to find Fish instead of Chicken. I yet again requested for my meal to be changed to Vegetarian ( as I do not eat fish ). Prompt comes the reply ” Sorry Sir , we have to serve the full aircraft first and If we have any spare we will give “. No one even came again after that. When they came to collect the trays, my full tray was returned and no one asked why I had not eaten.

    So much for the much hyped service of Singapore Airlines / Silk Air, that too three days before the SG50 day. Two months back I had flown Trivandrum / Dubai / Trivandrum by Emirates. They are a far class better than Silk Air.

  2. Donna Lee Reply

    My friend Melissa Wilfley purchased 2 tickets on SilkAir to Kathmandu after the first earthquake, thinking it would be safe to travel at the end of May; however, the 2nd earthquake happened and we no longer felt it would be safe to proceed to our nepal adventure since the area was still considered dangerous:
    We changed our tickets to fly on SilkAir to Da Nang Vietnam at the last minute instead. She was denied credit for the price difference of the rerouted tickets. According to your facebook post, penalties for refunds would be waived. We aren’t asking for a refund, but would be willing to accept credit since SilkAir is the preferred airline to fly.
    Thanks for your help!

  3. Rama Reply

    Heard that Silk Air is bringing flights from Madurai – Singapore. This is excellent news and will thousands of Tamil people like me working in Singapore or Malaysia. Looking forward for that segment.

  4. Kyaw Reply

    Hello Dear Sir/Madam
    I’d like to request a reschedule of flight to 1st Jan 2012..I understand that should be done by travel agent but bcoz of urgency if you can reschedule will be very helpful for me.

  5. Edward Chu Reply

    Hi, I took the flight MI391 from BKI-SIN on the 18th Nov11. My seat was 25D. I left a pair of reading glasses on the pouch of the seat in front of me. Please assist to check if this is found ? I tried calling the number below but nobody picks up the phone.

  6. mahen Reply

    Dear Sir,
    I am Mahen. Madurai airport (India) new terminal is opened now and the airport is already announced as customs airport to handle the international operations. Sri-Lankan airlines, Air-India, Fly-Dubai and Air-Arabia are planning to start service from their country to Madurai.
    I like to request Silk Air to consider this route. After Chennai & Coimbatore, Silk Air should consider this new route. I have the following info about Madurai.
    1) Madurai city is the cultural capital of Tamil Nadu having vibrant 1.5million city population and 3 million district population.
    2) Madurai is one of India’s great temple towns is synonymous with the celebrated Meenakshi Temple. About 6 million tourists visited Madurai in 2010, out of which foreigners numbered to about 3.5 million. The number of tourist attracted is higher when compared to any other cities in Tamil Nadu. Currently foreign tourists are reaching Madurai via Chennai or Trichy.
    3) 50% of Indians working in Singapore, Malaysia, Middle East, USA and Europe are from the Madurai zone which consist of 7 districts and 15 million population. Currently all these people are taking flights from Chennai or Trichy.
    Please study this real profitable route and consider for your new route. I hope Silk Air Marketing department will not ignore this potential route and i wish Silk-Air to be first airlines to connect Madurai and Singapore. Our best wishes for Silk Air.

    Best Regards,

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