Singapore Airlines Cancelled Over 3000 Flights & Cut Down In-Flight Service - Sam Chui

On Monday Singapore Airlines announced that they have temporarily suspended over 3,000 flights, from February until the end of May.

Just a week ago Singapore Airlines slashed 674 flights (both Singapore Airlines and SilkAir) across its global network, as the on-going coronavirus epidemic continues to hit Asia’s travel demand.

In the expanded flight cancellation, a total of 70 destinations are affected. The pictures below show all of the affected destinations to date.

USA, Europe, Middle East and Africa (Singapore Airlines flights) – announced as of 24th Feb
North and South Asia (Singapore Airlines and Silkair flights) – announced as of 24th Feb
Australia and New Zealand (Singapore Airlines and Silkair flights) – announced as of 24th Feb
South East Asia (Singapore Airlines and Silkair flights) – announced as of 24th Feb

A full list of the cancelled flights can be found here (for travel between February to May)

If Your Flight is Cancelled

At the point of writing, Singapore Airlines, or your travel agent, should
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