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Singapore Airlines marks 40 years of flying to Adelaide

Singapore Airlines, Adelaide’s longest-serving international airline, is set to celebrate 40 years of flying to and from the South Australian capital on Sunday, March 31. The airline’s inaugural service, operated by a Boeing 747, landed in Adelaide on March 31, 1984, less than 18 months after the opening of Adelaide Airport’s international terminal. Since then,

Singapore Airlines elevates premium economy with luxury dining and new amenities

Singapore Airlines is set to enhance its Premium Economy Class service, introducing a range of new food and beverage choices along with an exclusive amenity kit from 31 March 2024. This initiative represents the airline’s most significant update to its Premium Economy Class offerings since the service was first introduced in 2015. Upon boarding, passengers

Singapore Airlines Group reports growth in February 2024

The Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group has announced an increase in its passenger traffic and cargo carriage for February 2024, a period positively affected by the Lunar New Year holidays observed across Asia. According to the Group’s latest data, there was a 20.4% rise in passenger traffic compared to the corresponding month in the previous year.

New alliance extension to boost travel options between New Zealand and Singapore

Air New Zealand and Singapore Airlines (SIA) have received the green light from New Zealand’s Associate Minister of Transport, Hon Matt Doocey, to extend their joint venture alliance for another five years until March 2029. This development promises to offer customers increased value, greater choices, and access to an extensive global network in the years

Singapore Airlines soars to record $659 million profit, eyes pre-pandemic capacity return

The Singapore Airlines Group has seen a surge in demand for air travel in the quarter ending December 2023, with particular growth stemming from a rebound in North Asia. This resurgence comes after China, Hong Kong SAR, Japan, and Taiwan fully reopened, leading to a significant 29.4% year-on-year increase in passengers carried by SIA and

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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