Singapore Airlines (SIA) has decided not to extend the lease contract for its first Airbus A380. The carrier’s first five A380s, delivered from 2007, are on 10-year leases. Decisions about keeping them are due between this month—for the initial aircraft—and April 2017. The first Singapore Airlines A380, and the first-ever A380 delivered to an airline, will be returned to its owner, German investment fund Dr. Peters Group, in October 2017. The decision is a major blow for ...

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