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9/11 changed air travel forever. What about Covid-19?

SINGAPORE (April 17): The Sept 11, 2001 terrorist attacks (9/11) on the World Trade Center (WTC) in Manhattan, New York, changed not just the face of US foreign policy for good — it also altered th

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SIA slashes capacity by half, warns of further cost and capacity cuts

SINGAPORE (Mar 17): Singapore Airlines (SIA) is now operating at half of its original capacity, as countries around the world close borders in a bid to protect themselves against the escalating Cov


SIA 3Q earnings up but warns of significant challenges ahead

SINGAPORE (Feb 14): Singapore Airlines has reported better earnings for its 3QFY2019 but warns of difficult period ahead because of the Covid-19 outbreak that has crimped travel.

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STI components now vs 2003 shows volatility has yet to run its course

SINGAPORE (Feb 7): As of of Feb 5, 28 persons in Singapore have succumbed to the novel coro­navirus which originated from Wu­han city in China.

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A touch of home

SINGAPORE (Aug 12): Celebrate National Day with items inspired by all things local.

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SIA on lookout for softening demand as Scoot, SilkAir issues drag on

SINGAPORE (Aug 7): Singapore Airlines is worried about the weakening global economy, which in the past had portended a softening of business travel demand and yields, the airline told analysts in i

Scoot commences sale of Singapore-Laos flights

SINGAPORE (Jan 10): Scoot, the low-cost arm of the Singapore Airlines Group, today announced the launch of sales for its direct Singapore-Laos flights with a limited period promotion.


Temasek gains more relevance as it pursues emerging, disruptive trends

SINGAPORE (July 16): During the early years of this newspaper, I rarely made space in our pages for Temasek Holdings.


Ultra-long-haul jets will survive US$100 crude

(June 8): The aviation industry’s perennial bad judgment in forecasting oil prices seems to be about to land it in trouble again.

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