Singapore Airlines withdraws Indian flights

SINGAPORE Airlines (SQ) is to cut flights from India from the 26 January. Daily flights from Delhi on Thursdays and Mumbai on Tuesdays and Thursdays, will be withdrawn, according to sources, because of low load factors.

Sundeep Kapadia, director of Kapadia Travels said: “We got to know about SQ pulling out few operations from New Delhi and Mumbai through Amadeus. The system shows that SQ will no longer operate listed day flights from Mumbai and Delhi. I think it can be because of low load factor.”

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