AUCKLAND—Singapore Airlines subsidiary SilkAir is cutting frequencies on two routes this month due to the grounding of its Boeing 737 MAX aircraft, and it is also postponing the transfer of some 737NGs to LCC Scoot. SilkAir operated six 737 MAX 8s, which were included in the global grounding of MAX aircraft that followed two high-profile crashes. While most of SilkAir’s flights operated by the MAX 8s have been covered by other aircraft in its fleet, the carrier has had to cancel ...

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