SIA Expects Lower Demand For U.S., Europe, Cargo Services

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is forecasting a gloomy year ahead due to a slump in cargo traffic and weak passenger demand for long-haul markets in Europe and the U.S. “The global economic outlook remains uncertain, with the ongoing weakness in the euro zone and sluggish recovery in the U.S.,” says SIA...

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