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  • Singapore opts for Trent 1000 on 50 787s

    Singapore Airlines is to fit Rolls-Royce Trent 1000s to the airline's new Boeing 787-10X aircraft, after the carrier disclosed a conditional order for 30...

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  • Scoot confirms plans for mixed 787 fleet

    Singapore Airlines' long-haul, low-cost subsidiary Scoot will convert some of its orders for Boeing 787-9s to the...

  • Scoot to consider a mixed 787 fleet

    Long-haul low-cost carrier Scoot could take a mix of Boeing 787s instead of all 20 of the -9 variants ordered by its...

  • SIA to drop nonstop USA flights as Airbus buys back A340s

    Singapore Airlines will terminate ultra-longhaul nonstop flights to Los Angeles and Newark in late-2013 after Airbus...

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  • SIA chief open to further Scoot JVs

    News | 17 Dec 2014 07:40 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Singapore Airlines’ chief executive sees scope for its medium-haul budget brand Scoot to open more joint ventures in future.
  • Scoot ups Singapore-Perth services to daily

    News | 12 Dec 2014 01:36 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Scoot will increase frequencies on the Singapore-Perth route from four-times weekly to daily from 1 February 2015.
  • ​Scoot to launch Singapore – Melbourne service

    News | 09 Dec 2014 07:42 | Aaron Chong

    Scoot will launch a new Singapore – Melbourne service from 1 November 2015.
  • ANALYSIS: AirAsia X eyes London relaunch, but at what cost?

    News | 09 Dec 2014 00:01 | Aaron Chong

    Last month, AirAsia group chief Tony Fernandes took to Twitter to announce that AirAsia X (AAX) could soon resume services between Kuala Lumpur and London.
  • SIA ups stake in Tigerair to 56%

    News | 08 Dec 2014 02:12 | Aaron Chong

    ​Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced that it has converted a batch of its Tigerair its Perpetual Convertible Capital Securities into new shares, increasing its stake from 40% to 56%.
  • ANALYSIS: Asia-Pacific airline market review November 2014

    News | 04 Dec 2014 08:02 | Ellis Taylor

    After posting its fourth consecutive quarterly loss, AirAsia X chief executive Azran Osman-Rani has been quick to announce a number of initiatives to stem its bleeding.