Singapore Airlines on Wednesday said it plans to prune its operations from this month by withdrawing some flights as part of its capacity redeployment move.
The airline has plans to reduce its operations by one flight on the Delhi-Singapore route and two flights on the Mumbai-Singapore route, a Singapore Airlines spokesperson said in a statement to PTI here today.
"There will be a temporary reduction of one flight per week from Delhi between January 22 and March 25 and two flights per week from Mumbai between January 27 and March 26," he said.
The airline, however, termed the move as part of the overall network-wide review undertaken by the management to adjust capacity in the short-term to current demand, including flights to east Asia, Australia and Europe.
"Nevertheless, our outlook in India continues to be positive," the spokesperson said.