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Singapore Airlines to suspend its flights to Sendai, Japan, and Cairns, Australia
Singapore Airlines will suspend indefinitely its flights to Sendai, Japan, and Cairns, Australia, starting Oct. 1. Both services, operated with A310-300s, have seen poor passenger load factors over the past nine months. As a cost-cutting measure, SIA is evaluating the possibility of closing both stations. The airline has told employees salary adjustments for 1999 will be frozen.