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February 15, 2009

Singapore flag-carrier suspend Vancouver route
Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced that it will suspend indefinitely, its three-times-weekly service between Singapore and Vancouver via Seoul, reported Channel News Asia.

The last flight will be on April 25.

SIA said the decision to suspend the service is most regrettable as it has been serving Canada for over 20 years.

However, the economic conditions and performance on the route has been badly affected by the global economic downturn and the reduction is part of SIA's commitment to ensure that capacity is best matched with demand.

Customers currently holding tickets for SIA flights after April 25 between Singapore and Vancouver, and Seoul and Vancouver will be eligible for a refund without penalty or fee for unused travel.

Meanwhile, SIA said it will continue to serve Canada via its existing schedule of 42 weekly flights between Singapore and its North American gateways.

SIA also offers codeshare services on Air Canada to Toronto and Montreal from European gateways.

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