Singapore Airlines yesterday announced changes to its and SilkAir operated flights through May 31, 2020.
Due to very light loads, many flights/frequencies are canceled. Passengers should monitor their itineraries any changes and contact the airline if rebooked flights are not suitable.
You can access the Singapore Airlines page for flight alerts here.
Here’s the announcement from Singapore Airlines:
Reduction in Singapore Airlines and SilkAir Services Across the Network
Singapore Airlines and SilkAir will temporarily reduce services across our network due to weak demand as a result of the Covid-19 outbreak.
Details of the affected flights can be found here.
We will continue to monitor the situation and make further adjustments as necessary.
Affected customers will be notified and re-accommodated onto other flights.
If you have booked your tickets through a travel agency, please contact your agent for assistance. If you have booked your tickets directly with Singapore Airlines, please contact the SIA reservations team at (+65) 6223-8888 if you need any assistance.
As we are expecting large volumes of calls, we seek your patience and understanding that our customer service agents may take longer than usual to respond to you.
Singapore Airlines and SilkAir apologise for the inconvenience caused.
Here are the canceled flights:
The airline is trimming quite a few frequencies as the demand to/from Mainland China and elsewhere in Asia has collapsed due to the coronavirus outbreak.
You should contact Singapore Airlines if the rebooked flight(s) are not suitable for you. They can also rebook you on their partners if needed.