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  • SINGAPORE: Testing on agenda as A350 makes public debut

    ​Airbus has integrated testing and pilot demonstrations into the A350’s excursion to the Singapore air show, which marks the public debut for the big twinjet.

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  • Tata SIA confirms A320 selection

    The Indian joint venture carrier being established by Singapore Airlines and Tata Sons has confirmed that it has...

  • Airbus, SIA to examine door involved in A380 depressurisation

    ​The door apparently responsible for a cabin depressurisation on a Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 aircraft will be...

  • Virgin can deliver more value for Delta than for SIA: Bastian

    Delta Air Lines president Ed Bastian is confident that the carrier can extract far more value from its shareholding in...

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  • ANALYSIS: Scoot boosts SIA's grip on Singapore-Sydney

    News | 23 Apr 2014 08:54 | Greg Waldron

    Singapore Airlines’ decision to reduce its Airbus A380 services on the Singapore-Sydney route follows years of unilateral increases on this pivotal route.
  • SIA confirms reduction of A380 services to Australia

    News | 23 Apr 2014 02:38 | Firdaus Hashim

    ​Singapore Airlines (SIA) has confirmed that it will reduce its Airbus A380 services to Australia in the coming months.
  • Singapore approves SIA-Air NZ alliance

    News | 21 Apr 2014 02:14 | Ellis Taylor

    ​Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines have received clearance from the Competition Commission of Singapore to enter into their proposed alliance.
  • Singapore and Turkey boost bilateral

    News | 17 Apr 2014 15:14 | Oliver Clark

    Singapore and Turkey have amended their air services bilateral agreement to increase the number of frequencies allowed between the two countries.
  • ANALYSIS: Multi-brand strategy could work well for Asiana

    News | 17 Apr 2014 08:58 | Mavis Toh

    Asiana Airlines' plan to possibly set up a new low-cost carrier in South Korea could help the airline defend its market share at a time where it is facing rising competition from budget operators, even if it means stepping into an already crowded space.
  • Class action against Air New Zealand dropped

    News | 17 Apr 2014 07:21 | Mavis Toh

    Air New Zealand says a lawsuit against the carrier for alleged price fixing of fuel and security surcharges has been withdrawn, and it will not contribute towards the A$38 million ($35.6 million) settlement that other carriers have agreed to.