Singapore Airlines is still not ready to reveal whether it will take a seat on the board of Virgin Australia, even though the two other airlines that are major shareholders in the Australian carrier have elected to do so. SIA is “keeping our options open” regarding a Virgin Australia board seat, a spokesman tells Aviation Week, adding that “ultimately that is a matter for the Virgin Australia Board to assess.” In addition to SIA, Air New Zealand and Etihad Airways also have ownership ...
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