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Singapore Airlines Makes Schedule Adjustments

December 17, 2009 By: Meagan Drillinger

In the coming months Singapore Airlines is going to be making some changes, including increasing frequency on several routes and the suspension of operations to Pakistan and Nanjing, China.

Starting December 18 the Singapore-Moscow-Houston flight frequency will be upped to five times per week. The now five-times-weekly non-stop flight from Singapore to Newark will return to daily operations as of January 19.

Service to Seoul will increase to 18-times-weekly in June. One of these flights continues service to San Francisco.

However Singapore Airlines is going to suspend its twice-weekly flights to Pakistan and Nanjing. The last Singapore-Karachi-Lahore flight will depart February 17. The last Singapore-Nanjing service will be March 26.


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