Singapore Airlines outlined a number of frequency adjustments to points across its network during the northern hemisphere summer operating season to match capacity to prevailing demand.
The season runs from March 25th 2012 - October 27th 2012.
In west Asia, frequency to the Maldives’ capital Male will increase to two flights per day from the current ten flights per week.
The four additional flights will be daytime flights, enabling SIA to offer customers a choice of seven daytime flights and seven nighttime flights per week.
Mumbai services will be increased to 19 per week from 17.
In south-west Pacific, frequency will increase to points in Australia.
Adelaide services will increase to ten times per week from seven, while Brisbane and Perth will each be served 21 times per week, rather than 19 and 18, respectively, as in the last northern summer schedule.
Frequency reductions will meanwhile be implemented in select markets during the northern summer schedule.
Singapore–Taipei services will be reduced to 14 per week from 18.