Singapore Airlines Changes Route Network
Singapore Airlines is making further adjustments to its route
network, to better match capacity with demand.
In the current operating environment, Singapore Airlines remains
committed to providing customers the highest standard of service, while
ensuring capacity is allocated carefully to match demand across the
global network. Where demand falls, capacity adjustments will be made,
and this process will continue going forward.
The changes, listed below, will take place progressively and will
apply for the rest of the Northern Winter schedule (i.e. till end-March
On India routes, Hyderabad-Singapore services (SQ439 and SQ438) will
be reduced from four to three times weekly, with the suspension of the
Saturday service from 21 February.
There are no changes to flights on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.
SQ405 and SQ406 will be reduced from a six times weekly service, to five
times weekly service, between New Delhi and Singapore from 10 March to
24 March 2009, as flights on Tuesdays during that period will be
Services SQ421 and SQ422 operating between Mumbai and Singapore, will
be progressively reduced from five to four times weekly services,
starting 27 February 2009. Flights on Fridays will be suspended.