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Fri, Jan 5 2018

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Tata, Singapore Airlines may assess bid for Air India: Vistara CEO

NEW DELHI India's Tata Group and Singapore Airlines are open to potentially bidding for the indebted carrier Air India [AIN.UL], a top official at a joint venture owned by the firms said on Friday.

CORRECTED-UPDATE 1-Tata, Singapore Airlines may assess bid for Air India - Vistara CEO

NEW DELHI, Jan 5 India's Tata Group and Singapore Airlines are open to potentially bidding for the indebted carrier Air India, a top official at a joint venture owned by the firms said on Friday.

Tata, Singapore Airlines "open to evaluate" bidding for Air India-Vistara CEO

NEW DELHI, Jan 5 Tata Group and Singapore Airlines are open to bid for indebted state-run Air India, Vistara's chief executive officer Leslie Thng told reporters on Friday, although it was not clear whether such an approach if done would be done jointly.

Airbus CEO confident on future of A380

TOULOUSE, Dec 13 Airbus Chief Executive Tom Enders expressed confidence in the future of the A380 superjumbo on Wednesday, and said he hoped Singapore Airlines would buy more of the double-decker jet.

UPDATE 1-Singapore Airlines' second-quarter profit nearly triples

SINGAPORE, Nov 7 Singapore Airlines said its second-quarter net profit nearly tripled on the back of stronger operating results, helped by a rebounding cargo business, but yields remained under pressure as competitors increased capacity.

Singapore Airlines Q2 net profit nearly triples

SINGAPORE, Nov 7 Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Tuesday second-quarter net profit nearly tripled on the back of stronger operating results.

Singapore Airlines to bump up A380 seat count in revenue push

SINGAPORE Singapore Airlines will spend $850 million to increase the overall seat count by up to a quarter in its fleet of A380 superjumbos, and halve the number of first-class suites, as it seeks to combat lower airfares and boost its competitiveness.

UPDATE 1-Singapore Airlines to bump up A380 seat count in revenue push

* Investment will make A380 more profitable: analyst (Recasts, adds CEO and analyst comments)

Boeing signs $13.8 billion deal with Singapore Airlines

WASHINGTON Boeing Co on Monday signed a previously announced deal with Singapore Airlines Ltd to sell it 39 aircraft worth $13.8 billion at list prices during a White House event with Singapore's prime minister. | Video

Boeing signs $13.8 billion deal with Singapore Airlines

WASHINGTON Boeing Co on Monday signed a previously announced deal with Singapore Airlines Ltd to sell it 39 aircraft worth $13.8 billion (£10.4 billion) at list prices during a White House event with Singapore's prime minister. | Video

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