By Don Douloff, February 26, 2009
Singapore Airlines will suspend its three-times-weekly service between Singapore and Vancouver (via Seoul), citing poor performance on the route, caused by the economic slowdown. The last flight will be on April 25, 2009.
Customers currently holding tickets issued prior to Feb. 13, 2009, for Singapore Airlines flights after April 25, 2009, between Singapore and Vancouver, or Seoul and Vancouver, will qualify for a refund, without penalty or fee, for unused travel.
For information and travel rerouting, customers should contact their travel agent, or if they booked online, their local Singapore Airlines office.
Singapore Airlines will continue to serve Canada via its existing schedule of 42 weekly flights between Singapore and its North American gateways – San Francisco, Los Angeles and Houston, and Newark and JFK Airports, in the New York area.