Singapore Airlines (SIA) has reduced flights to Hong Kong due to a drop in demand amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The airline typically operates a Singapore–Hong Kong–San Francisco service, but will remove the Hong Kong stop between February 17 and March 28 on flights SQ001 and SQ002.

Flight tracking website Routes Online indicates that SIA will further reduce its Singapore–Hong Kong service from six to three daily flights between February 17 and March 28. The airline previously scheduled four to five daily flights on this route.

The airline said “affected customers will be notified and re-accommodated onto other flights”.

More details on the SIA flights to Hong Kong can be found here.

Singapore Airlines joins a growing list of airlines around the world that have cut flights to Hong Kong in the wake of the deadly coronavirus outbreak that originated in the city of Wuhan.

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