Singapore Airlines is cutting two of its four Middle East destinations, more evidence that competing against the big three Gulf carriers in their backyard is becoming increasingly difficult. Singapore will stop its service to Riyadh/Saudi Arabia and Cairo/Egypt at the end of September. "The difficult decision to suspend the services was taken as a result of the sustained weak performance of both routes," Singapore Airlines says. The Cairo service has been operated three times ...
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