Singapore Air cancels Chicago, Vegas service

LOS ANGELES -- Singapore Airlines, its bookings still taking a hit from the SARS outbreak, said it is canceling the Chicago and Las Vegas service it previously had suspended until May 31.

The number of frequencies to Los Angeles also was cut in half May 2, to seven flights a week.

The reductions are part of an overall cut of 298 weekly frequencies in May, which means the airline now has cut 28.9% of its capacity in April and May.

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