Yesterday, Sebastian wrote (access here) about the security perimeter that the Singaporean authorities have inside the city-state during the US – North Korea summit.
Singapore authorities will have some restrictions in place for aircraft movements starting at 8AM on June 10 and ending at midnight on June 14, 2018.
Inbound aircraft will have to approach at reduced speed and runway use at the airport is restricted. There will be restrictions to use the Singaporean airspace too. Passengers should also be prepared for extra scrutiny at the immigration and customs.
It would be probably the best idea to avoid the city-state during the planned summit and even transit in Singapore due to possible flight delays.
Apparently there were some sort of exercise yesterday morning in Singapore and the airspace was closed for couple of hours based on a message that I received from a reader. Must have caused havoc with airline schedules.