The air travel bubble (ATB) connecting Singapore (SIN) and Hong Kong (HKG) will finally open on May 26, nearly six months after the initial launch was postponed after cases surged in the Chinese special administrative region.
Singapore Airlines will become the first airline to trial the IATA Travel Pass mobile application in a pilot program involving passengers traveling one-way from Singapore (SIN) to London (LHR) from March 15-28.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) has reached agreements with Airbus and Boeing to defer the delivery of more than 130 aircraft in its order book past the contracted timeframe and some beyond the immediate five years.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is weighing its option to raise another S$6.2 billion ($4.6 billion) in mandatory convertible bonds (MCB) as it burns through S$300 million in cash monthly amid slower than expected recovery.
To generate more alternate revenue amid the pandemic and after rising demand for its training speciality, Singapore Airlines (SIA) is commercializing its training services by setting up the Singapore Airlines Academy.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is opening the doors to its training center and offering an A380 dining experience under the banner “discover your Singapore Airlines” as it searches for alternate revenue streams.
Positioning itself for a protracted recovery, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) group has announced it will cut 4,300 positions across the group’s three airlines—Scoot, SilkAir, and Singapore Airlines—including 2,400 compulsory layoffs in Singapore and overseas stations.
Singapore Airlines (SIA)—responding to an Aug. 20 Bloomberg report that claimed the flag-carrier had, in two months, “burned through” half of the S$8.8 billion ($6.4 billion) raised in a rights issue—said its spending has “always been extremely careful and judicious.”