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Keeping Changi Airport as an international hub is a top priority, says Transport minister Ong

Singapore is prioritizing safely reopening its borders this year and nailing down Changi Airport’s position as an international hub when travel recovers from the pandemic, otherwise “we will be ber

SIA uses further $1.1 bil from rights issue for operating expenses, ticket refunds and aircraft related payments - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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SIA uses further $1.1 bil from rights issue for operating expenses, ticket refunds and aircraft related payments

Singapore Airlines (SIA) says it has used a further $1.1 billion out of the $8.8 billion raised from its rights issue between Dec 14, 2020, to Feb 21.

SIA Engineering Company forms new business unit to grow its engine services business - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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SIA Engineering Company forms new business unit to grow its engine services business

SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC) announced on Feb 24, that it has set up a new business unit, the Engine Services Division (ESD), to grow its aircraft engine services business.

Who is Stanley Choi, the new substantial shareholder of AirAsia Group? - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Who is Stanley Choi, the new substantial shareholder of AirAsia Group?

KUALA LUMPUR (Feb 23): A Hong Kong businessman or more well known as a top poker player has taken a RM114 million ($37.3 million) bet on AirAsia Group Bhd.

SIA to defer over $4 bil of capex on aircraft delivery agreements - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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SIA to defer over $4 bil of capex on aircraft delivery agreements

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has managed to defer over $4 billion of capital expenditure (capex)between FY2020/2021 and FY2022/2023 to later years, announced the group on Feb 9.

Singapore sees some light at end of tunnel in aviation recovery - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

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Singapore sees some light at end of tunnel in aviation recovery

Countries could relax border controls and allow more travel if there’s a set of standards for vaccine certification that immigration authorities can use to help determine entry policies, Singapore

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SIA to fly to Phuket from March on Boeing 737-800; SilkAir to fully integrate into SIA by FY2021/2022

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will fly to Phuket, Thailand from March 4 on Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft.

The move comes as part of SilkAir’s integration with SIA.

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Singapore Airlines raises US$500 mil in US dollar debt debut

Singapore Airlines has raised US$500 million ($662.4 million) in its first US dollar bond issue, which the company will use to buy new aircraft as the global aviation industry prepares for a post-p

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Singapore Airlines considers offering first-ever dollar bonds to bolster liquidity

Singapore Airlines Ltd. is considering its first-ever offering of dollar bonds, as it tries to bolster cash amid the pandemic.

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SIA says its total passenger capacity is expected to be at around 25% pre-Covid-19 levels in end-March 2021

Despite the gradual return of the demand for air travel, the Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) reported that its group passenger capacity remained down with an 81.3% contraction y-o-y for the month of

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