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Singapore adds new dates for A380 pop-up restaurant as demand surges

Due to overwhelming demand, Singapore Airlines has now added new dates for its parked A380 pop-up restaurant experience. The airline previously announced that tickets for its A380 restaurant experience offering, which included both lunch and dinner time slots on 24 and 25 October, sold out within 30 minutes of bookings being made live.  The airline

Singapore A380 pop-up restaurant sells out in 30 minutes

Singapore Airlines has welcomed the overwhelming demand for its parked Airbus A380 pop-up restaurants, stating that all available seats were reserved within 30 minutes of bookings going live. Last month, the airline announced that it would convert two of its grounded super jumbos into temporary pop-up restaurants at Changi Airport, in an attempt to stimulate

SIA, Cathay due to lag behind on post-COVID recovery

Analysts suggest that the recovery time for some of the international aviation community’s biggest players, namely Singapore Airlines and Cathay Pacific Airways, will “inevitably” be prolonged compared with the rest of the industry, due to having no domestic market to fall back on. Joanna Lu, head of consultancy for the Asia region at aviation data

22% of SIA staff volunteer for unpaid leave

Over 6,000 staff members at Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group - which comprises Singapore Airlines, SilkAir and Scoot - have taken unpaid leave since March

A380 hangs in the balance amid SIA fleet overhaul

The first airline to adopt the world’s largest commercial passenger jet could soon scrap it, under plans from Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group to review the size and makeup of its fleet in the months to come. During an earnings call made earlier this week, it was made clear that the fate of Singapore’s superjumbo hangs

Singapore Airlines to see first annual loss in 48 years

Singapore Airlines has announced that it is expecting to report a material operating loss for the first quarter of the 2020/21 financial year, as well as expecting to see the carrier experience its first annual loss since its founding, in January 1972. The news comes after the airline reported a record net loss of US$531


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