SilkAir the regional wing of Singapore Airlines

first_imgSilkAir, the regional wing of Singapore Airlines (SIA), will be transferring its Langkawi (Malaysia), Pekanbaru (Indonesia) and Kalibo (Philippines) services to Scoot, SIA’s low-cost airline. Pekanbaru and Kalibo services are scheduled for 8 April, 30 May and 28 June 2018 respectively. SilkAir currently flies three times weekly to each destination.Scoot already operates three and four weekly services to Langkawi and Kalibo respectively, while Pekanbaru will be a new addition to the network. With the transfers, Scoot will progressively adjust its services to Langkawi and Kalibo in the coming months to provide more options and convenience to customers.“We are constantly reviewing our route operations to ensure optimisation of the SIA Group’s resources. The transfer of these three services, Langkawi, Pekanbaru and Kalibo, is a move to do just that and also presents a better match of capacity to demand,” commented Mr. Foo Chai Woo, Chief Executive SilkAir.SilkAir customers booked for Langkawi for travel from 9 April 2018 onwards, and Kalibo from 29 June 2018 onwards, will be given the option to reroute their flight to another SilkAir point in Malaysia or the Philippines respectively, or to continue their travel to Langkawi or Kalibo on a Scoot flight. Alternatively, they can also opt for a full refund of their tickets. Customers booked for Pekanbaru for travel from 31 May 2018 onwards will be given the option to reroute their flight to another SilkAir destination in Indonesia or alternatively, obtain a full refund of their tickets.All administrative fees and penalties will be waived for customers who have purchased tickets prior to today. This also applies to KrisFlyer redemption tickets. airlinesIndonesiaLangkawiMalaysiaPhilippinesScootSilkairlast_img

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