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SIA and Scoot passenger count up 6.2% m-o-m in October, capacity at 71% of pre-Covid-19 levels

Jovi Ho
Jovi Ho11/15/2022 06:26 PM GMT+08  • 2 min read
SIA and Scoot passenger count up 6.2% m-o-m in October, capacity at 71% of pre-Covid-19 levels
Earlier this month, SIA reported five record figures among its 1HFY2023 ended September earnings.
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The Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group flew a total of 2.3 million passengers in October, up 6.2% m-o-m, with passenger capacity up by 4.9%.

Group capacity increased 109.7% y-o-y, reaching 71% of pre-Covid-19 levels, or January 2020.

“In October 2022, the SIA Group continued to see strong travel demand, boosted by the Australia and New Zealand spring school break, and the relaxation of travel restrictions to Hong Kong, Japan, and Taiwan,” says the flag carrier in its operating results released Nov 15.

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