Singapore Airlines (SIA) wants to gain a stronger foothold in China, emulating its recent expansion into secondary markets in Australia, thanks to its partnership with Virgin Australia. “We are actively pursuing partnership opportunities in China and parts of Southeast Asia,” CEO Goh Choon Phong said during a briefing today in Singapore. Industry sources tell Aviation Week that China is the market Goh is eyeing most closely. SIA in 2007 tried to buy a 24% stake in China Eastern ...


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