Airlines are trying to fill up the gap left by the airline industry’s shutdowns by offering more frequent and cheaper flights.
Today’s headlines:Airline shutdown: AirAsia says it has cancelled almost 1,200 flights from all its hubs in Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines.
The airline is also cancelling flights from China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Vietnam and the US.
AirAsia spokesperson J.W. said in a statement that it had been “pushing back” for a week on flights to New Zealand.
The company said it will also increase its flight capacity from Singapore to New York.
Airlines’ biggest fears: With fewer carriers offering frequent service, airlines will have to cut costs and expand services to accommodate more people.
Some carriers are offering “no-show” seats for free.
In addition, the airline said it is adding more flights to the Singapore, Hong, and Hong Kong hubs, and it is also working on additional routes in the US, Australia, Japan, Malaysia, Singapore and Singapore.
AirAsia said it expects the airline to resume regular service on Wednesday.
AirBnB is offering free flights to and from Hong Kong and Hongkong from its new hub in Singapore.
AirBnBs service, which is expected to begin as soon as next week, is expected with the aim of connecting its international network with Singapore’s domestic business class and first class service.
The airline said in January that it would increase its first class flight capacity to about 100 seats per day from an estimated 125 seats per month in January.
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