Articles tagged “singapore airlines”

Airline Weekly

Singapore Airlines Traffic Spikes as Covid Restrictions Ease

Singapore Airlines is the latest to confirm that when international restrictions ease, travelers return en masse.

Singapore Airlines Traffic Spikes as Covid Restrictions Ease

Airlines

Airline Stocks Fall Following European Airspace Restrictions

The swift action by European governments to restrict Russian flights was bound to have financial repercussions, but considering the alternative a stock drop is a small price to pay.

Airline Stocks Fall Following European Airspace Restrictions

Travel Agents

Travel Agents Under Pressure as Omicron Variant Fears Prompt More Border Closures

Nervousness around traveling is starting to take hold, and travel consultants will be on the frontline this week coping with customers worried about their winter plans.

Travel Agents Under Pressure as Omicron Variant Fears Prompt More Border Closures

Airlines

Asian Airlines’ Biofuel Needs Spur Shell to Mull Building Singapore Plant

Shell's biofuel plans may be one small step of so many needed for humankind.

Asian Airlines’ Biofuel Needs Spur Shell to Mull Building Singapore Plant

Airline Weekly

Airlines Gear Up for Return of International Travel by Redeploying Superjumbo Jets

The largest passenger jet is returning to the skies amid an eager return of long-haul travelers as countries slowly reopen their borders. Singapore Airlines joins others with reinstating the Airbus A380 in what may be a moment for the superjumbo jet.

Airlines Gear Up for Return of International Travel by Redeploying Superjumbo Jets

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Reports a $302 Million First-Quarter Loss Despite Cargo Demand

How long can airlines survive on huge losses? Without uniform global vaccine equity and open borders, the prospects are low.

Singapore Airlines Reports a $302 Million First-Quarter Loss Despite Cargo Demand

Airlines

Singapore Airlines Doubles Down on the E-Commerce Trend by Carriers

The superapp is where it's at in Asia, so it's not a surprise to see Singapore's flag carrier broaden its e-commerce playbook. Yet looking worldwide, it's remarkable how many airlines are now going direct-to-consumer in selling non-flight products and services.

Singapore Airlines Doubles Down on the E-Commerce Trend by Carriers

Tourism

Hong Kong and Singapore Call Off Their Travel Bubble — Again

First it was a spike in Hong Kong, now Singapore's rising numbers have derailed plans. The latest blips across Asia mean these travel bubbles will likely be put on hold for a lot longer.

Hong Kong and Singapore Call Off Their Travel Bubble — Again

Airlines

Some Airlines Trying to Be More Than Just Airlines to Make Up for Pandemic’s Financial Hit

The pandemic has been devastating for the world's airlines, forcing some to think outside the box to stay afloat. Is this a gimmick for coping with the times, or the renaissance of a more diversified airline industry?

Some Airlines Trying to Be More Than Just Airlines to Make Up for Pandemic’s Financial Hit

Announcements

Will Vaccinated Flight Crews Help Airlines Sell Tickets?

Nearly a year into the pandemic, the world's airlines are still trying to find their footing as historically low numbers of travelers take to the skies. Is vaccinating crews and then making it part of an airline's marketing message one way to jumpstart a travel rebound?

Will Vaccinated Flight Crews Help Airlines Sell Tickets?