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SIA sees results of digital transformation as journey reaches last leg

SINGAPORE (Nov 11): Under CEO Goh Choon Phong, Singapore Airlines has embarked on — and is nearing the end of — a three-year digital transformation journey that has left “no stone unturned”.

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Did Singapore plagiarise an airport?

SINGAPORE (Nov 11): Akbar Al Baker, the head of Qatar Airways, recently caused a stir with a very odd accusation.

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SIA purists may lament new partnership, Malaysians rooting for MAS to turn around

SINGAPORE (Nov 4): When Singapore Airlines announced an expanded code-sharing agreement with Malaysia Airlines (MAS) on Oct 30, some members of SIA’s KrisFlyer and PPS Club loyalty programmes must

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Getting Malaysia's aviation reset right

The Malaysian aviation sector faces uncertainty as the government pushes multiple agendas that will shift the ground and sky significantly for the sector.

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Clock is ticking for Malaysia Airlines

(Nov 4): As the government prepares to choose a strategic investor for loss-making Malaysia Airlines (MAB), pressure is already building to get the choice right and to do it as quickly as possible.

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Singapore sees world's first digital aviation carbon exchange

(Oct 31) Singapore-based AirCarbon launched the world’s first blockchain-based carbon trading exchange, which will allow airlines and other corporate buyers to buy and sell tokens backed by carbon

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Investigators pin Lion Air crash on Boeing Max design, pilot failures

(Oct 25): Indonesian investigators found scores of problems and missteps in connection with last year’s fatal Lion Air crash, ranging from design flaws in Boeing Co’s 737 Max airplane to certificat

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Qantas to test in-flight service alternatives to ditch jet lag on world's longest flight

(Oct 18): Qantas Airways will ditch the traditional in-flight service routine for this weekend’s marathon nonstop trip from New York to Sydney.

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All SIA group airlines continue to see improved passenger load factors in Sept

SINGAPORE (Oct 15): Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) reported a 1.2 percentage point increase in passenger load factor (PLF) to 84.8% on the back of improved PLF figures across all its airlines.

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Cracks found on 5% of older Boeing 737 jets in inspections

(Oct 10): More than 5% of older Boeing Co 737 jets that underwent urgent inspections worldwide in the past week have cracks in a structure connecting the wings to the fuselage and will have to be t

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