Singapore Airlines Plans to Reduce Operations Worldwide in April

Singapore Airlines, which operates in almost 62 destinations, has updated its flying operations for April month. The Airlines have stated that they will fly in 3 European Destinations which will be London, Frankfurt and Zurich. The prime reason behind the fewer operations is the strict border restrictions which have decreased the demand of Singapore Airlines in European Countries. As per the reports, Singapore Airline will operate a Boeing 777-300 ER which will depart from Frankfurt and Zurich.
Also, the airline will fly A350-900 from Singapore to London Heathrow.

Singapore Airlines Cuts Operations in North Asia

Singapore Airlines have reduced the operations in North Asia as well, From the beginning of 2020, the airlines were operating in almost 60 destinations, but recently they are adjusting the demand and border restrictions. The airline will operate in 4 North Asian Destinations which will be Seoul, Shanghai, Chongqing and Tokyo Narita. Among the four destinations, the airlines will operate 13 return services to Tokyo Narita, which will be the maximum operations in North Asia whereas it will just operate 9 return services in Seoul. Talking about North American Destination, Singapore Airlines will perform in Los Angeles as it will be the only destination in April Month.

Singapore Airline has Cut Operations Worldwide

Singapore Airlines have not just reduced operations in North Asian and American Countries. Singapore Airlines have reduced their services around the globe. The prime reason behind the revised operations time-table is the less demand of airlines and strict regulations around the border. Talking about Australia, Singapore Airlines have just added Sydney in its April operations. It is confirmed that the airline will operate 12 return flights. Currently, no news regarding Indian destinations has been rolled out by the airlines as the Indian aviation is non-operational till April 14, 2020, because of the Precautionary period.