Singapore Airlines Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines operates their hub from Singapore Changi airfield and has a powerful presence in the Southeast Pacific Rim, East Far East, South Far East, and "Kangaroo Route" markets. The company also operates trans-Pacific flights, including the 2 longest non-stop commercial flights from Singapore to Newark, New Jersey and L. A. , California on the Airbus A340-500.
Its subsidiary, SilkAir, manages regional flights to secondary cities with smaller capacity needs. Subsidiary Singapore Airlines Load operates SIA's dedicated freighter fleet, and manages the cargo-hold capacity in SIA's passenger aircraft. SIA has a 49% shareholding in Virgin Atlantic and has additionally replied to the threats posed by the cheap sector by investing a 49% position in Tiger Airways. It ranks among the top fifteen carriers worldwide apropos money passenger kilometres, is the 11th biggest airline in the East and ranked 6th in the world for global passengers carried. It has won many awards and is a business bellwether for aircraft purchases.
Singapore Airlines is based at Airline House, at Changi airfield in the Changi area of Singapore.

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Singapore Airlines flys to:
Auckland, Amsterdam, Bangkok, Mumbai, Boston, Paris, Jakarta, Christchurch, Copenhagen, Delhi, Denpasar (Bali), Rome, Frankfurt, Geneva, Hong Kong, Phuket, Washington DC, Seoul, New York - John F Kennedy International, Johannesburg, Osaka, Kuala Lumpur, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, London - Heathrow, Manchester, Orlando, Miami, Manila, Munich, Nice, Nagoya, Tokyo, Chicago, Beijing, Shanghai, San Francisco, Ho Chi Minh City, Singapore, Taipei, Vienna, Warsaw, Wellington, Vancouver, Toronto, Queenstown, Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth

What people are saying about singapore airlines right now:

Australia launches 'Great Airfare Sale' to tap Indian market - The Indian Express
The industry campaign has roped in Air India, Air Asia, Cathay Pacific, Malaysia Airlines, Qantas Airlines, Scoot, Singapore Airlines, and Thai Airways offering cheaper fares. Under the programme, return tickets for Australia by Air India will cost ...
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IBM MobileFirst for iOS Apps to be Launched on Singapore Airlines Flights @IBM
From Cathay Pacific via CNN - KPRC Houston
Another premium Asian carrier, Singapore Airlines, posted a shock quarterly loss last week. ";The business model of Cathay was developed when low-cost carrier competition didn't exist in the region and Chinese carriers were much smaller,"; said Greg ...
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Flight #UA895 (United Airlines) to Singapore departed at 20:55.
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What Singapore Airlines can teach a loss-making Cathay Pacific
Under New CEO, Cathay Cuts Jobs in Biggest Revamp in 20 Years - American Journal of Transportation
Despite booming demand for air travel in Asia, Cathay Pacific and Singapore Airlines Ltd. are among premium carriers in the region reeling under intense competition from low-cost carriers, Chinese mainland rivals and Middle-Eastern operators such as ...
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Flight #SQ871 (Singapore Airlines) to Singapore departed at 20:16.
Singapore Airlines shares continue to fall as fears about margins grow - Nikkei Asian Review
SINGAPORE (Nikkei Markets) -- Shares of Singapore Airlines continued to fall for a second day after a dismal earnings report raised concerns that the carrier's margins would remain under pressure for some time due to the brutal competition in the ...
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“Re-integrating SIA Cargo as a Division within Singapore Airlines makes sense from a business standpoint.
Singapore Airlines announces restructure following Q4 2016 losses - HRM Asia
Singapore Airlines' (SIA) announced on Friday (May 19) that its wholly-owned subsidiary, SIA Cargo, is to be re-integrated as a new “cargo division” within the group. SIA said in a press release the move is “intended to improve efficiency through ...
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