Singapore Airlines makes additional cuts on its network

26-Feb-2020 Intellasia | EconomyClassandBeyond | 6:02 AM Print This Post

According to the airline, the new cuts will total remove a total of 7.1 percent capacity from its network between February and May 2020.

The cancellations this time includes further dates with Asian services hit hard, with additional services across the network being cancelled. Note, that in some cases these cancellations are for one or two days at a time and not through the entire timetable.

You can check which date what flight is cancelled at https://www.singaporeair.com/saar5/pdf/media-centre/200224_ReductioninServicesAcrossNetwork.pdf

A brief list of destinations hit:

North America

Los Angeles

New York (via Frankfurt)

San Francisco

Seattle

Europe

Copenhagen

Paris

Dusseldorf

Frankfurt

Barcelona via Milan

Istanbul

London-Heathrow

South West Pacific

Adelaide

Brisbane

Cairns (SilkAir)

Darwin (SilkAir)

Melbourne

Perth

Sydney

Africa and West Asia

Dhaka

Bengaluru (Singapore Airlines and SilkAir)

Chennai (SilkAir)

Cochin (SilkAir)

Hyderabad (SilkAir)

Kolkata (SilkAir)

Mumbai

Male (SilkAir)

Kathmandu (SilkAir)

Johannesburg

Colombo (SilkAir)

Dubai

North Asia

Beijing

Chengdu (SilkAir)

Chongqing (SilkAir)

Guangzhou

Shanghai

Shenzhen (SilkAir)

Xiamen (SilkAir)

Hong Kong

Hiroshima (SilkAir)

Fukuoka

Nagoya

Osaka

Tokyo-Haneda

Tokyo-Narita

Busan

Seoul

Taipei

South East Asia

Brunei

Phnom Penh (SilkAir)

Siem Reap (SilkAir)

Bali (SilkAir)

Balikpapan (SilkAir)

Bandung (SilkAir)

Jakarta

Makassar (SilkAir)

Medan (SilkAir)

Surabaya (SilkAir)

Yogyakarta (SilkAir)

Kuala Lumpur (SilkAir and Singapore Airlines)

Penang (SilkAir)

Yangon (SilkAir)

Manila

Bangkok

Koh Samu (SilkAir)

Phuket (SilkAir)

Danang (SilkAir)

Hanoi (Singapore Airlines and SilkAir)

HCM City

The full list can be found here here. Again, the changes affects certain dates in the timetable,

Rebookings

Affected customers will be notified and re-accommodated onto other flights. If you have booked your tickets through a travel agency, please contact your agent for assistance. If you have booked your tickets directly with Singapore Airlines, please contact the SIA reservations team for rebooking information

As usual, with changes like this check your bookings.

We all know what to blame by now…

If you haven’t guessed, our friend the Coronavirus (or Covid-19) is to blame as the airline makes adjustments to its operation and network. As such the airline will be monitoring the situation and making further changes.

If the outbreak gets worse, expect further adjustments to be made by the airline…

https://economyclassandbeyond.boardingarea.com/2020/02/24/singapore-airlines-makes-additional-cuts-on-its-network/

 


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