Singapore Airlines and SilkAir have announced flight schedules for June and July, which represent an approximately 94% cut against the original capacity scheduled.

Apart from serving four destinations in Australia, the carriers will fly to only one or two cities in each destination country.

SilkAir will operate on routes to Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, and mainland China, where it splits the schedule with SIA.

Outside of Asia-Pacific, SIA will operate to Denmark, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain, Switzerland, the UK, and Los Angeles.

SIA said on 1 June that the flights are subject to regulatory approvals and schedules subject to change.

It adds: “SIA and SilkAir will continue to adjust our capacity to match the demand for international air travel.”