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Singapore Airways flies to 62 worldwide locations (together with seasonal locations) in 32 nations on 5 continents (as of Could 2020) from its main hub in Singapore. India and the USA of America are served by highest variety of locations with six every.[1]

After the Asian Monetary Disaster in 1997, Singapore Airways discontinued flying to Kagoshima, Berlin, Darwin, Cairns, Hangzhou and Sendai. Toronto was discontinued in 1994. In the course of the SARS outbreak in 2003/04, Singapore Airways discontinued flying to Brussels, Las Vegas, Chicago, Hiroshima, Kaohsiung, Mauritius, Montreal, Vienna, Madrid, Seattle, Shenzhen and Surabaya.[2][3] As well as, Singapore Airways discontinued flights to Vancouver (earlier than the 2010 Winter Olympics) and Amritsar in 2009,[4] and São Paulo in 2016.[5]

Singapore Airways presently operates the longest flight on the planet, a continuous to Newark, utilizing the Airbus A350-900ULR.[6] Beforehand, it operated that route and one to Los Angeles with the Airbus A340-500 plane. All A340-500 had been phased out in 2013 and direct flights to each locations had been suspended at that time; Newark was re-launched 5 years later.[7] Nonstop service to Los Angeles was terminated on 20 October 2013 (the airline continues to serve Los Angeles from Singapore through Seoul-Incheon and Tokyo-Narita)[8] and nonstop service to Newark was terminated on 23 November 2013 in favour of the Singapore-New York JFK route through Frankfurt.[9][8]

In October 2016, Singapore Airways restarted its nonstop service from Singapore to the US with the launch of its new Singapore-San Francisco route.[10] The route flies A350-900 plane and contains Enterprise, Premium Economic system and Economic system lessons.[11]

The previous Capital Categorical Route linking Singapore and Wellington through Canberra was changed in Could 2018 with Singapore-Sydney-Canberra-Singapore and Singapore-Melbourne-Wellington-Melbourne-Singapore routes.[12]

In September 2020, the service introduced that it’ll droop companies to Canberra, Dusseldorf, Stockholm and Wellington resulting from a drop in demand arising from the COVID-19 pandemic.[13][14][15]

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