Singapore Airlines announced it will extend its flight reductions until the end of May amid the ongoing COVID-19 outbreak.

With a grounded fleet of 138 out of the usual 147 aircraft, the Singapore-based airline cut capacity by 96% in April as a result of the downturn in aviation demand.

During the month of May, the airline will operate flights to 15 destinations in Asia, Australia, North America, and Europe.

Singapore Airlines will operate flights to the following destinations during the month of May:

Asia: Bangkok, Chongqing, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City, Jakarta, Kuala Lumpur and Manila, Seoul, Shanghai, Tokyo-Narita

North America/Australia: Los Angeles, Sydney

Europe: London, Frankfurt, Zurich

“Please note that all other flights that had been scheduled for May 2020 will be cancelled,” said the carrier on its website.

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