In light of the MERS outbreak in South Korea, flagship carrier Singapore Airlines (SIA) will waive cancellation fees and administration fees for refund, rebooking or re-routing for customers holding confirmed tickets to and from Seoul's Incheon Airport, it announced on its website on Wednesday (Jun 10) More here
SIA is gracious enough to extend the above to its passengers even though there is no travel advisory against travelling to Korea.
Perhaps the next waive of cancellation fees etc will apply to Beijing due to severe air pollution or to certain countries where one may be subject to being robbed, raped or have the potential of having earthquakes, floods etc.
SIA might as well be a charitable airlines transporting people for free. No wonder it's voted as one of the world's most admired companies, ahead of Microsoft, Facebook, Exxon Mobil, Pepsi Cola, JP Morgan Chase and other giants.
Thank goodness I have liquidated all my SIA shares!