Since its founding in 2018, Singapore Virtual has aimed to provide a professional, welcoming space for our pilots. With a close-knit pilot environment in our slack and close to 800 routes and codeshares, any pilot is sure to find that we precisely represent our motto:
Singapore Virtual uses a streamlined, integrated crew center with its route database in AirTable for reliable and simple flight logging without sacrificing functionality. We hold in-house events weekly, featuring a wide variety of routes using a wide variety of aircraft across the globe, and we have recently extended the program to feature pilot-chosen events. We also feature our Singapore Status program, a frequent-flyer program for pilots who have climbed through and above the reaches of our rank system.
As a representative of one of the world’s finest airlines, we are always aiming higher to embody the Singapore Airlines Group.
Singapore Virtual functions with a five-person administrative staff team, all of whom have more than a year of experience managing virtual airlines, Singapore, and others.
Chief Executive Officer - iJazzyman (@iJazzyman)
Chief Operating Officer - MQ Nguyen (@MQthederp)
Chief Pilot - Murdifi (@Murdifi)
Manager, Routes - YeetThaSky (@IFMYS-YeetThaSky)
Manager, Events - 19J_aviation (@19J_aviation)
Singapore Virtual features eleven different aircraft in three different liveries in its mainline fleet, four in-branch programs, and many more codeshares.
Aegean Airlines || Aegean Virtual
Air Canada || Air Canada Virtual
Air China || Air China Virtual
Air New Zealand
Asiana Airlines || Asiana VA
Avianca || Avianca Virtual Group
EgyptAir || EgyptAir Virtual
Ethiopian Airlines || Ethiopian Virtual
LOT Polish Airlines || LOT Virtual
Scandinavian Airlines || SAS Virtual Group
South African Airways || South African VA
Swiss Airlines || Suisse Virtual
Turkish Airlines || Turkish Airlines Virtual
United Airlines || United Virtual
Air France || Air France - KLM Virtual Group
Airbus Industry || Airbus Virtual
Alaskan Airlines || Alaska Virtual
Garuda Indonesia || Garuda Indonesia Virtual
Malaysia Airlines || Malaysia Airlines Virtual
Singapore Virtual features eight pilot ranks up to 200 hours.
|Cadet Trainee||Cadet Pilot||Senior Cadet||Co-Pilot||Senior Co-Pilot||Captain||Senior Captain||Commander|
|0-10 Hours||10-20 Hours||20-40 Hours||40-60 Hours||60-100 Hours||100-140 Hours||140-200 Hours||Over 200 Hours|
|SilkAir||Scoot A320 Family||Singapore A333||Singapore B772||Singapore B77W||Scoot 787 Family||Singapore B78X and A359||Singapore A388|
Singapore Status is a frequent flyer program aimed at Kris Commanders.
Your career as a Singapore Virtual Pilot does not end here!
Singapore Status is an exclusive frequent flyer program designed to reward our most distinguished pilots. Modeled after Singapore Airlines’ Krisflyer Program, Singapore Status consists of 4 levels of statuses - Elite, Silver, Gold, and Platinum (PPS), modeled after Singapore Airlines’ KrisFlyer program. After pilots have achieved the rank of Kris Commander, they can continue progressing their careers to obtain each status by completing a certain objective.
|Fly to all continents served||Fly all aircraft (including codeshares)||Fly to select markets worldwide||Fly to all destinations on any three continents|
Pilots who are not Kris Commander are eligible to start working on their status. However, they cannot receive the status until they achieve the rank of Commander .
Singapore Virtual holds weekly in-house events featuring a wide variety of aircraft and routes.
Every weekend, Singapore Virtual holds an in-house event. Half of these events are staff chosen; however, every other week, pilots who have attended previous events are eligible to be randomly chosen to pick the week’s event. They are also given the privilege to lead the event.
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Apply to Singapore Virtual here .
The application process is as follows:
- Applicant fills out the application and takes the test (on Google Form). A passing score is 25/40 or above. If the applicant scores lower than 25/40, they can try applying again in two weeks. DO NOT retake the test immediately if you fail. This will result in your application being ignored.
- Assuming the applicant passes the test, they will receive a link to join the slack from a member of staff. Applications are checked multiple times per week and should take no longer than 48 hours to be processed.
- The applicant joins the slack, where they will be given information via Greetbot on the initial proceedings of the VA and given their badge.
- Pilots will be put through a checkride program before they may begin logging hours for the VA. This checkride evaluates the ability of the pilot to handle different scenarios they may encounter, such as controlled airspaces. The nature of this checkride will vary based on the grade of the pilot and their entry exam score. A pilot who passes checkride will be given any pointers applicable and can begin logging hours for the VA. A pilot who fails checkride will be given pointers applicable and can try again in three days. Note that pilots part of institutions with more difficult entry checkrides will be exempt from this step.
If you have any inquiries, do not hesitate to contact any of our staff members.