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Aviation

This is how Covid-19 has changed the airline industry

(Apr 25): Higher fares, fewer routes, pre-flight health checks and less free food: The coronavirus pandemic is ushering in a new era of air travel.

In print this week

This app is a win-win solution for both airlines and travel junkies

SINGAPORE (May 17): 2.2 million seats are left unsold every day around the world, translating to significant lost revenue for thousands of commercial airlines globally.

Contracts

ST Engineering wins $590 mil of aerospace contracts in 3Q

SINGAPORE (Oct 15): ST Engineering’s aerospace business sector has secured new contracts totalling $590 million in value in 3Q18 for services ranging from airframe, engine and component maintenance

In print this week

What's the difference between the airports business and airlines business?

SINGAPORE (June 22): The International Air Transport Association forecasts that 1% of the world GDP, or US$871 billion ($1.17 trillion) will be spent on air transport in 2018.

Aviation

Qantas reroutes Sydney-London A380 flights via Singapore to meet strong Asia demand

SINGAPORE (Aug 31): As part of its agreement to extend its partnership with Emirates for another five years, Qantas Airways has announced that it will now provide three stopover options to Europe v

Broker's Calls

The winds of fortune remain fickle for Singapore’s aviation players

SINGAPORE (April 5): UOB Kay Hian is maintaining Singapore’s aviation sector at “market weight” after observing a decline in flight movements in recent months, which suggest varying fortunes for bo

Aviation

How Middle Eastern airlines have responded to the laptop ban

DUBAI/ATLANTA (March 24): Middle East airlines scrambled to find ways to respond to a ban on electronics introduced this week.

Broker's Calls

How SATS profited from Hanjin's loss in 3Q

SINGAPORE (Feb 10): Maybank Kim Eng is maintaining its “sell” call on SATS with an unchanged price target of $3.76, despite noting a “good quarter” where the gateway and food solutions provider’s c

Aviation

Airlines scramble to adjust to Trump’s new world

DALLAS (Jan 31): As new US travel rules plunged several large American airports into chaos, lawyers for some travelers who are long-term legal residents said the government had urged them to relinq

Daiwa's strategy for 2017

Changi Airport T4 is opening soon. Who will benefit?

SINGAPORE (Jan 20): With Changi Airport Terminal 4 (T4) slated to launch in 2H17, Daiwa Capital Markets is anticipating a number of businesses to benefit from Fast and Seamless Travel at Changi (

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