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Jamie Freed

Singapore Airlines finds premium economy a tougher sell on new non-stop U.S. flights

8:13am GMT

SINGAPORE Singapore Airlines Ltd is facing no problem selling business class tickets on its ultra-long non-stop flights to the United States but is having to price premium economy seats very attractively, a senior executive said on Wednesday.

Singapore Airlines profit sinks on fuel costs, Virgin Australia losses

13 Nov 2018

SINGAPORE Singapore Airlines Ltd on Tuesday reported an 81 percent plunge in second-quarter earnings, hurt by higher fuel prices, lower airfares and non-cash losses at its part-owned Virgin Australia Holdings Ltd .

AirAsia X considering switching part of Airbus order to narrowbody jets: CEO

09 Nov 2018

SINGAPORE AirAsia X Bhd , which has yet to firm up a tentative order for 34 Airbus SE A330neo widebody jets placed in July, is considering switching some of those jets to narrowbody A321neos, the CEO of its Malaysian arm said on Friday.

After deadly Lion Air crash, new focus on torrid industry growth in Indonesia

08 Nov 2018

JAKARTA In April 2013, a Lion Air Boeing 737 missed the runway on the Indonesian resort island of Bali in bad weather and ploughed into the sea, cracking its fuselage open on the rocks.

Indonesian jet flew with unreliable speed readings the day before it crashed

30 Oct 2018

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA The Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX jet that crashed in Indonesia on Monday flew erratically the previous evening and its airspeed readings were unreliable, according to an accident investigator and a flight tracking website.

Indonesian jet flew with unreliable speed readings the day before it crashed

30 Oct 2018

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA The Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX jet that crashed in Indonesia on Monday flew erratically the previous evening and its airspeed readings were unreliable, according to an accident investigator and a flight tracking website.

Indonesian jet flew with unreliable speed readings the day before it crashed

30 Oct 2018

SINGAPORE/JAKARTA The Lion Air Boeing 737 MAX jet that crashed in Indonesia on Monday flew erratically the previous evening and its airspeed readings were unreliable, according to an accident investigator and a flight tracking website.

UPDATE 1-Indonesian jet flew with unreliable speed readings the day before it crashed

30 Oct 2018

* Jet experienced "technical problem" during that flight - CEO

Indonesian jet flew erratically the day before it crashed

30 Oct 2018

* Jet experienced "technical problem" during that flight - CEO

Singapore Airlines-backed Vistara bets on upmarket model in frugal India

29 Oct 2018

NEW DELHI In the highly price-sensitive Indian aviation market, Vistara, a full-service carrier backed by local conglomerate Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Ltd , is betting it can convince passengers to buy higher fares in return for superior service.

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