Developing | Hong Kong’s Greater Bay Airlines will suspend flights to Singapore next month, announcing cuts 2 weeks after service launched

Hong Kong’s Greater Bay Airlines will suspend its flights to Singapore next month, announcing the cuts just two weeks after launching the service.

The carrier said on Thursday it would suspend the service from 1 June for commercial reasons and after assessing recent market conditions.

“To minimise the possible impact to passengers, we will directly contact our passengers to make rebooking, rerouting or refund arrangements, and all the associated fees will be waived,” it said.

The airline announced in February it would launch the new route to the city state from April 26, with one flight scheduled each day.

Passengers could still book a flight ticket on the company’s website in May for about HK$640 to HK$960 per trip, excluding taxes. But no fares were available from June.

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