SINGAPORE—Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group is planning to lease more Airbus narrowbody aircraft as it confronts the grounding of Boeing 737 MAX aircraft and anticipated delivery delays of this type. SIA subsidiary SilkAir’s six Boeing 737 MAX 8 were grounded in March, which has derailed the group’s plans to transfer 14 SilkAir 737-800s to fellow SIA subsidiary Scoot. To make up for this, Scoot is looking to lease 10 to 12 Airbus A320s over the next two years to expand its ...

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