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Singapore Airlines offers employees COVID-19 vaccine

Singapore Airlines (SIA) offers eligible employees to take a COVID-19 vaccine....


Singapore’s aviation to receive $64 million from government

To support the recovery from the coronavirus crisis, the Singapore government will provide an additional $64 million (S$84 million) to the aviation sector. ...


Singapore’s SilkAir Boeing 737 MAX heads home

SilkAir’s Boeing 737 MAX was flown back to Changi Airport (SIN), Singapore on December 30, 2020....


Hong Kong-Singapore travel bubble does not run as projected

Hong Kong and Singapore postponed their air travel bubble agreement for two weeks concerning the surge of COVID-19 cases in Hong Kong....


Singapore-Hong Kong air travel bubble flights sell out

Announcement of Asia’s first travel bubble between Singapore and Hong Kong sparked the rise of bookings and led to sold out flights. Could it be the way to resume international travel in the near future? ...


Hong Kong and Singapore reach two-way "travel bubble" agreement

Hong Kong announced on Thursday that it had reached an agreement in principle with the Singaporean government to implement a bilateral "travel bubble" arrangement to allow people from the two location...


SIA cuts 4,300 employees, pessimistic about domestic recovery

Staff cuts continue to plague the airline sector after Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) announcement to lay off 4,300 employees, 20% of its workforce....


Singapore Airlines Group loses $1B, expects rapid recovery

Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group (SIAG) can be officially chalked off with the rest of the airlines worldwide after taking heavy losses in Q1 2020 of $1.1 billion....


Unauthorized drone halt flights at Singapore Changi Airport

Drone sightings cause delays at Singapore’s Changi Airport for the second time in a week, on June 24, 2019.“On the night of 24 June 2019, approximately 15 departures and 3 arrivals were delayed an...


More countries ban Boeing 737 MAX amid safety concerns

After China, Latin America and Indonesia, several countries around the world have enforced a ban of the Boeing 737 Max within their airspace on March 12, 2019. In the evening, the European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) announced that all operations of the aircraft within the European airspace were suspended....