SINGAPORE (May 28): Sometime in 2020, the distinctive livery of Singapore Airlines will begin adorning the fleet of single-aisle aircraft owned by its subsidiary SilkAir, in what could be the most significant initiative under the group’s transformation programme kicked off by CEO Goh Choon Pong last year. In the meantime, the group’s profitability looks to be on an uptrend that has driven the stock higher over much of the past year.

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