Singapore Airlines (SIA) subsidiary SilkAir is cutting frequencies on two routes this month because of the grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft; the airline is also postponing the transfer of some Boeing 737NGs to LCC Scoot. SilkAir operated six 737-8s, which were included in the global grounding of MAX aircraft that followed two high-profile crashes. While most of SilkAir’s flights operated by the -8s have been covered by other aircraft in its fleet, the carrier has had to cancel ...

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