Singapore Airlines upgrades Christchurch daily services
The airline has today announced it will use its refitted 777-200ER aircraft on the route from early February, with upgraded seats and cabin interiors meaning more space and comfort.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
Airlines increase baggage allowance: worth the weight?
Hot on the heels of Emirates and Qantas Airways, legacy carriers like Singapore Airlines and Garuda Indonesia recently announced a 10-kilogramme extra baggage allowance for passengers across all classes.
Flight Centre loses ACCC case on attempts of price fixing
The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission has won a case in the Brisbane Federal Court against Flight Centre over price fixing.
Thu Dec 05, 2013
Singapore Airlines offers travel updates via Google Now
Singapore Airlines customers who book their flights via the Singapore Airlines website can now view up-to-date travel information ahead of their flight.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
New Airline Alert: What's Up with 'UP' by El Al?
The past few years have absolutely been high times for full-service airlines to stretch their legs and enter the low-cost carrier market.
The New Zealand Herald
Virgin gets go-ahead to raise $388 million
Virgin Australia will go ahead with its A$350 million equity-raising after the Australian Takeovers Panel rejected a complaint about the plan.
SIA Flight Information At Your Fingertips With Google Now
Imagine having easy access to the latest information on your upcoming travel, such as your flight status, and traffic and weather conditions for your destination.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Asia News Network
SINGAPORE: Beware: Zone of contention ahead
While two unarmed American B-52 bombers flew brazenly unannounced through an "air defence identification zone" established by China in the airspace over the disputed East China Sea, carriers like Singapore Airlines and Qantas were quick to say they would play by China's rules.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Oz govt wades into airline row
Australian Federal Treasurer Joe Hockey has flagged the possible ditching of laws to allow foreign ownership of national flag-carrier Qantas.
The Straits Times
SIA adds fifth daily flight to Tokyo
Singapore Airlines will fly five times a day to Tokyo from March 30, with the addition of a new service to Haneda Airport.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Singapore Airlines appoints new India general manager
New Delhi, Nov 27 : Singapore Airlines Wednesday appointed David Lau as its general manager for India operations at the time when the passenger carrier is tying up with Tata Sons to start an airline here.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
Singapore Airlines & Ethiopian Airlines Codeshare Agreement
From 3 December 2013, Singapore Airlines and Ethiopian Airlines customers will be able to enjoy seamless travel to more destinations as a result of an expanded codeshare agreement between the Star Alliance partners.
Why the flight fees fight is failing
THE title of the world's longest commercial flight now belongs to Qantas after Singapore Airlines flew its last 19-hour flight from New York.
Singapore Airlines Stops Newark-Changi Flight, Makes Way for New Longest Nonstop
While these 19-hour long-haul flights may become a thing of the past, there will be a rise in shorter yet still-long flights thanks to the efficiency of new planes from Boeing and Airbus.
SIA gets nod from India's FIPB for Tata Sons joint airline venture
Singapore Airlines said it has received approval from India's Foreign Investment Promotion Board to establish a joint venture airline in India with Tata Sons.
Sun Nov 24, 2013
World's longest flight end: Singapore Airlines ends nonstop flight to New York
The world's longest flight ended its final run yesterday after a jet from Singapore landed at Newark Liberty International Airport in New Jersey.
The Daily Republic
Airlines bet on India market despite losses
India has become a hot ticket for international carriers since opening its airline industry to foreign investors last year.
Sat Nov 23, 2013
The Jersey Journal
World's longest flight to come to an end at Newark Liberty Airport
A weary-looking crew member leaves Newark Liberty Airport after completing a 19-hour flight from Singapore.
Fri Nov 22, 2013
Scoot becomes latest carrier on Singapore-Hong Kong route
Flight and cabin crew celebrate the first Scoot flight between Singapore and Hong Kong, while Scoot CEO Campbell Wilson mingles with passengers on the first Hong Kong to Singapore flight.