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The low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines will continue running limited services in the next two months.
More than 35 cities across the Singapore Airlines Group network are listed as approved points of departure.
These changes are expected to take place between next April and the second half of 2020.
Budget carrier Scoot adds a second European destination, while Cathay gets its first A350-1000.
The transfer of these three services to Scoot will help optimize aircraft utilization, while better matching travel demand.
Sales for the four-times-weekly Singapore-Berlin flights will begin in the first quarter of 2018.
New routes connect New York with cities Chengdu and Chongqing, Scoot launches flights to Palembang and more
An Australia-based airline adds another flight to its Japan route, while Singapore Airlines releases a travel kit that will help passengers ...
The Singaporean low-cost airline has recently expanded its network in India, having launched its first flight to Jaipur this month.