In the wake of the recent retrenchment exercise, the big question facing Singapore Airlines (SIA) is whether it needs to raise cash again soon. The national flag carrier has been flying at about 10% of capacity as borders remain mostly shut to halt the spread of the Covid-19 pandemic. Yet the airline still has to pay salaries, and cover expenses, financial obligations and other fixed costs.

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