The Singapore Airlines (SIA) group says its passenger capacity as at end-May stands at around 27% of pre-Covid levels.

This comes as the group reported a 627% y-o-y growth in May group passenger capacity, due to the low base the previous year following the pandemic. 

Passenger carriage grew was more than 12 times higher y-o-y, while passenger load factor (PLF) was up 5.7 percentage points y-o-y to 14.3%.

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