Articles tagged “singapore air”

Online Travel

Facebook Users Still Dream of Getaways: Here’s the List of Travel’s Most Popular Videos in June

With travel to foreign countries still a tepid in many parts of the world, Facebook users are dreaming about vacations. Travel brands, particularly tourism boards and airlines, are only too happy to stoke those visions.

Facebook Users Still Dream of Getaways: Here’s the List of Travel’s Most Popular Videos in June

Coronavirus

Singapore to Resume Changi Airport Transit Flights in June

It has never been truer that the journey is the destination. The global travel industry is recovering lost ground inch by inch. Transit flights are a fulcrum, so Singapore's move is to be applauded.

Singapore to Resume Changi Airport Transit Flights in June

Airlines

Plastics in Airline Catering Raise Questions About Carbon Emissions

Airlines have a love-hate relationship with plastics, especially when it comes to food and beverage. Plastics pose a serious environmental threat, but at the same time they're lightweight and thereby help reduce carbon emissions. Can carriers tackle both of these problems at once?

Plastics in Airline Catering Raise Questions About Carbon Emissions

Airlines

New Airline Seatbacks Have Cameras That Can Potentially Spy On Passengers

Just because airlines seemingly aren't activating cameras in seatbacks doesn't mean they can't be abused. Or hacked.

New Airline Seatbacks Have Cameras That Can Potentially Spy On Passengers

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Asks Employees for Ideas on Efficiencies During Business Revamp

Tapping into your own company's brain trust is a smart move. But job cuts might be looming — so no pressure to come up with a big company-saving idea.

Singapore Airlines Asks Employees for Ideas on Efficiencies During Business Revamp

Airlines

Singapore Air Wants Some Flight Attendants To Take Unpaid Leave

Singapore Air is stuck between a rock and a hard place – it recently went on a plane-buying spree to help fuel its growth and remain competitive but that came at the expense of its employees.

Singapore Air Wants Some Flight Attendants To Take Unpaid Leave

Airlines

Flyers Choose Cheap Over Champagne and That’s Bad for Singapore Air

Singapore was able to compete with very hungry low-cost rivals, and it should be able to do the same with high-end rivals that are hitting some stumbling blocks of their own.

Flyers Choose Cheap Over Champagne and That’s Bad for Singapore Air

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Faces Increased Competition and an Impending Debt Load

Singapore Airlines' spending spree growing pains come as the carrier faces intense competition from low-cost and mainline carriers in Asia and encroaching gulf carriers seeking to gain market share in the region.

Singapore Airlines Faces Increased Competition and an Impending Debt Load

Airlines

Singapore Air is Closely Watching Virgin Australia Developments

Singapore Airlines already owns low-cost carriers that serve China and India, its fastest-growing markets. Still, the carrier must decide if the much smaller Australian market is worth more investment than the giant Chinese and India markets.

Singapore Air is Closely Watching Virgin Australia Developments

Airlines

Singapore Air Raises Virgin Australia Stake Amid Ownership Shuffle

Consolidation and joint ventures in the airline sector are heating up. Earlier this week, Alaska Airlines announced it would acquire Virgin America and now, the ownership structure of Virgin Australia is up in the air. With Air New Zealand considering bowing out, is there an opening for current investors Singapore Air or Etihad to swoop in?

Singapore Air Raises Virgin Australia Stake Amid Ownership Shuffle