SINGAPORE AIRLINES

SIA's September cargo load factor improves on reduced capacity

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) continues to report strong cargo load factor for September as capacity contraction outpaced decline in cargo traffic.

Singapore Airlines adds seats, new dates for meals on A-380 restaurant

NATIONAL carrier Singapore Airlines (SIA) has added two new dates and more seats to existing days for its Restaurant A380@Changi dining experience.

Government to continue supporting aviation sector amid Covid-19 hit: Ong Ye Kung

THE government will continue to support Singapore Airlines (SIA), Changi Airport Group (CAG) and other companies in the aviation sector, Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung said on Tuesday, as the...

SIA drops ‘flights to nowhere’ plan; will launch A-380 'plane restaurant', home-delivered premium meals and tours instead

SIA said it developed these experiences after conducting a market study and a review that looked into factors such as environmental implications and financial viability.

SIA pilots taking deeper pay cuts to avert layoffs

SINGAPORE Airlines' (SIA) local pilots will take additional pay cuts to stave off lay-offs as the carrier restructures to rightsize its operations.

SIA laying off cadet pilots, cabin crew trainees

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) is laying off its cadet pilots and cabin crew trainees as part of the 2,400 staff it is letting go in Singapore and abroad, under the national carrier's retrenchment...

Half of SIA pilot, cabin crew trainees allowed to complete training but must leave after due to surplus manpower

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has let go about half of its cadet pilots and cabin crew trainees as it continues to downsize its workforce.

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 eliminate 4,300 positions

BATTERED by the pandemic, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will cull 4,300 positions as a slower-than-expected recovery in travel demand forces the airline group to restructure to face a new normal.

2,400 SIA staff affected as group cuts 4,300 positions

In its latest and most drastic measure to deal with operations battered by the Covid-19 pandemic, the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group said yesterday that it has decided to cut around 4,300...

SIA workers will get help to find new jobs

Thousands of workers who have been laid off by the Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group will not find themselves alone as they seek new employment.