Retrenchments commence at SIA; airline and pilots union still in talks

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) and the pilots union remain in talks over lay-offs as the parent airline began its retrenchment exercise on Monday.

SIA to cut 4,300 positions across the group

REELING from the impact of the pandemic, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group is shedding 4,300 jobs as it seeks to right-size its airlines for a post-Covid world.

Cargo could blunt some of the pain for SIA's Q1 earnings, but recovery remains elusive

FATTER yields in the cargo business could be a bright spot for Singapore Airlines (SIA) when it reports its first quarter update next week.

SIA group mothballs four more planes in Australia, taking total tally to 22

WITH international travel still largely on hold, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) group has stored four more aircraft Down Under, taking the number of planes parked in Australia to 22.

SIA slashes capacity by 96%; group's cost cuts to affect 10,000 staff

BATTLING its biggest crisis to date, Singapore Airlines (SIA) is making crippling capacity cuts to its network as well as initiating deeper salary reductions for senior management and introducing...

SIA looking to store some planes as travel demand evaporates

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) is studying storing some of its planes - such as its double-decker Airbus A380s - as it cuts capacity from its network amid a dearth of travel demand, The Business Times...

SIA cuts senior management pay by 10-15%; staff offered voluntary no-pay leave

WITH the Covid-19 outbreak hobbling travel demand, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will be cutting salaries of senior management by 10 to 15 per cent starting March 1, and offering a voluntary no-pay...

SIA suspends flights across network, cites weak demand due to Covid-19

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) said in a Facebook post on Monday evening that it will be suspending numerous flights in its global network in the months of February through May, in response to weak demand...

Turbulent fourth quarter ahead for SIA as impact of outbreak takes hold

AFTER a decent Q3 showing, SIA is likely to fly into turbulence in the fourth quarter as fall-out from the Covid-19 virus outbreak weighs down operating performance.