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...
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...
Singapore Airlines counts on a “measured expansion” of its passenger network but will take a nimble and flexible approach to meet market demand as it hopes to exit the Covid-crisis. It will benefit from the ongoing transformation program and the...
It’s mid-July and most airlines have significantly ramped up capacity since June, with more steps to follow this summer. Yet, traffic is still well below pre-Covid 19 levels. We bring you an update, with further updates on American Airlines, Emirates, Etihad, Vietnam...
Friday, May 15. In recent days, airlines have been announcing a gradual return to flying again. The picture is diffuse, with some offering limited services from the second half of May and others extending their suspensions. So we update our story again. EUROPE: IAG:...
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