Singapore Airlines (SIA) is modifying parts of its Australia and New Zealand operations, changing the routing of flights to each country’s capital. The carrier currently operates a flight from Singapore to Canberra, Australia, and continuing to Wellington, New Zealand. The route launched in September 2016 and attracted much publicity as the two southern cities had been trying to establish long-haul air service. It is also the only direct flight between the two capitals. However, ...

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