It’s just a S$76 million operating profit, but Singapore Airlines produced its first profit since the start of the pandemic in 2020. In the third quarter of FY21/22, the airline benefitted from more passenger traffic on its vaccinated travel lanes (VTL) as well as...
To bring you more aviation news, Airinsight introduces News in Brief. During November, we compile a rolling story by date with news that is sometimes too small for a deep analysis but still interesting enough not to be missed. 30 – Australia will extend a...
Singapore Airlines Group has reduced its losses to $409 million during the first quarter of its financial year 2021/22. It is the best result since Q3 of FY2020/21 when it reported a $142 million loss. While the carrier is progressively rebuilding its network, overall...
Scoot, the low-cost subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, has become a new operator of the Airbus A321neo, following the arrival in Singapore of its first three aircraft. All three aircraft are leased from BOC Aviation. Scoot’s A321neo aircraft are powered by Pratt &...
Singapore Airlines has ended its Q1 for fiscal year 2021 at a $-1.123 billion net loss as it saw traffic collapse by 99.6 percent, the airline reported on July 29. SIA is evaluating additional measures to adjust the size of its fleet and network, a process which could...
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