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May 16
Southeast Asia
Flight Cancellation of Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines Ltd. says it will cancel its flights to Greece and Abu Dhabi because of weak passenger demand. The carrier said in a statement Wednesday that its two weekly flights to Athens and three flights to Abu Dhabi will end Oct. 26.

The airline said it was a difficult decision to cancel service to Greece because it has flown to Athens since 1972.

The carrier has flown to Abu Dhabi since 2006.

Singapore Airlines is the world’s second-largest carrier by market capitalization. It said last week that it had a loss of $31 million in the first quarter as higher fuel costs and slowing demand growth hurt profits.

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