SINGAPORE (Dec 16): For the month of November, Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) reported a 2.8 percentage point increase in overall passenger load factor (PLF), which was attributable mainly to improved PLF figures across all its airline segments. 

In a regulatory filing on Monday, the group noted that overall passenger carriage grew 8.3% from the previous year, outpacing capacity growth of 4.4%. 

The group’s flagship carrier, Singapore Airlines, saw a 2.8 percentage point increase in PLF to 84.7%. This came on the back of improvements across all its route regions including East Asia, Americas, Europe, South West Pacific and West Asia and Africa. 

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