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  • PICTURES: Scoot takes delivery of first 787-9

    ​Singapore-based low-cost carrier Scoot has taken delivery of its first Boeing 787-9 during a ceremony held at the manufacturer’s delivery centre in Everett.

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  • Scoot confirms plans for mixed 787 fleet

    Singapore Airlines' long-haul, low-cost subsidiary Scoot will convert some of its orders for Boeing 787-9s to the...

  • Scoot to consider a mixed 787 fleet

    Long-haul low-cost carrier Scoot could take a mix of Boeing 787s instead of all 20 of the -9 variants ordered by its...

  • SIA to drop nonstop USA flights as Airbus buys back A340s

    Singapore Airlines will terminate ultra-longhaul nonstop flights to Los Angeles and Newark in late-2013 after Airbus...

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  • ​SIA denies Hong Kong Airlines stake talks

    News | 01 Apr 2015 07:09 | Greg Waldron

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) has dismissed a media report that it is in talks to acquire a stake in Hong Kong Airlines.
  • ICAO audit puts NokScoot's Seoul service in limbo

    News | 30 Mar 2015 07:15 | Ellis Taylor

    Thai long-haul, low-cost carrier NokScoot has suspended ticket sales on its inaugural Bangkok-Seoul services, after an ICAO audit uncovered concerns that Thai regulators are not addressing safety issues fast enough.
  • ​ANALYSIS: A new twist in the Tigerair tale

    News | 30 Mar 2015 00:04 | Greg Waldron

    Singapore low-cost carrier Tigerair is emerging as a more focused, cautious airline – and this could be good news for its future financial performance.
  • ANALYSIS: Asiana’s Seoul Air to enter crowded budget market

    News | 27 Mar 2015 01:01 | Ellis Taylor

    Asiana Airlines’ launch of a new low-cost carrier in the form of Seoul Air will see the unit join a crowded budget market, but this may be necessary to counter the growing threat posed by foreign competitors.
  • ​ANALYSIS: Is Jeju Air really a good fit for SIA?

    News | 25 Mar 2015 02:25 | Greg Waldron

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) is considering a stake in South Korean low-cost carrier Jeju Air, but such a move would be an abrupt departure from its usual overseas growth strategy.
  • ANALYSIS: Thailand country report December 2014-February 2015

    News | 19 Mar 2015 01:01 | Firdaus Hashim

    After the political instability that rocked Thailand in 2014,the three months from December 2014 to February 2015 the country’s carriers had the opportunity stop worrying about politics and start thinking about their prospects in Southeast Asia's toughest market.