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  • Singapore Airlines hit by fuel costs


    <p>Singapore Airlines has placed the blame for a sharp fall in its first quarter financial performance on rocketing...


  • Australia receives fourth and final Boeing C-17


    Australia has taken delivery of its fourth and final Boeing C-17 strategic transport ,...


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  • Singapore Airlines hit by fuel costs

    News | 28 Jul 2011 13:05 | Alan Dron

    <p>Singapore Airlines has placed the blame for a sharp fall in its first quarter financial performance on rocketing fuel costs. The carrier saw an 82% drop...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Singapore-Airlines-hit-by-fuel-costs-360091/
  • SIA posts strong full-year result, plans to retire 747-400s

    News | 12 May 2011 13:40 | Kerry Reals

    <p>Singapore Airlines (SIA) has reported a S$1.09 billion ($876 million) fiscal full-year net profit, compared with the previous year's S$216 million net profit...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/SIA-posts-strong-full-year-result-plans-to-retire-747-400s-356562/
  • Australia receives fourth and final Boeing C-17

    News | 13 Mar 2008 09:30 | Emma Kelly

    Australia has taken delivery of its fourth and final Boeing C-17 strategic transport ,...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Australia-receives-fourth-and-final-Boeing-C-17-222161/
  • Airfoil repair centre opens in Singapore

    News | 26 Feb 1998 00:00

    Sarah Lazenby <p>A S$36 million ($22 million) jet-engine airfoil repair centre has opened in Singapore to target the Asian market. <p>The centre, owned by Airfoil Technologies International (ATI), is expected to refurbish more than a million compressor airfoils a year and hopes to gain a large slice of the repair and overhaul business in Asia Pacific. <p>Performed <p>Lim Swee Say, MP and deputy chairman of the Government Parliamentary Committee for finance, trade and industry, performed the opening ceremony yesterday at the site, to be known as Airfoil Technologies Singapore (ATS). <p>Lim says ATS would go a long way to strengthen Singapore's competitiveness as a one-stop aerospace repair and overhaul hub for the whole of Asia-Pacific. <p>Jimmy Tan, ATS managing director, says up to $15 million will be invested in ATS over the next five to 10 years with ATI predicting a $37-million turnover for Singapore during 1998. <p>He adds the new centre &#34;-more than fulfils all the necessarhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Airfoil-repair-centre-opens-in-Singapore-33610/