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SIA Engineering signs 10-year line maintenance and in-field services agreement with Rolls Royce

The new agreement is an extension of SIAEC’s existing on-wing care services with Rolls-Royce.

Aviation & Engineering

SIA issues US$600 mil worth of notes with 3.375% p.a. coupon

The proceeds of the notes will be used for aircraft and aircraft-related payment among other things.
Helping customers create value for their customers: Sats' new CEO - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Aviation & Engineering

Helping customers create value for their customers: Sats' new CEO

For Sats, its incoming CEO Kerry Mok believes in not just helping his immediate customer, but also help them help their customer.
SIA poised to regain the skies - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Aviation & Engineering

SIA poised to regain the skies

Is the worst over for SIA? Are its shares going to fly, just like its planes? Find out more in our cover story.
SATS begins work on central kitchen in India; expected to be operational in 2023 - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Aviation & Engineering

SATS begins work on central kitchen in India; expected to be operational in 2023

The company’s first central kitchen in India will cost $37 million.
SATS's food solutions venture to drive growth in non-travel food business with Singapore F&B brands - THE EDGE SINGAPORE

Aviation & Engineering

SATS's food solutions venture to drive growth in non-travel food business with Singapore F&B brands

In a Nov 10 filing, SATS says it has committed over $3 million with support from EDB to create and pivot new business ventures.

Aviation & Engineering

British Airways owner IAG expects turnaround with US opening up

"In the short term, we are focused on getting ready to operate as much capacity as we can."

Aviation & Engineering

SIA Engineering Company signs component agreement with Thai low-cost carrier

The transaction is not expected to have a material impact on SIAEC’s NTA or EPS for the FY2021/2022.

Aviation & Engineering

Airline stocks may fly

Low-cost carriers have long traded at a premium to the traditional ones. This may reverse in the Covid era.

Aviation & Engineering

Airbus ups profit target again on bullish jet demand outlook

The company stood by an earlier goal of delivering 600 jets this year
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