Singapore Airlines posted a near halving of net profit in fiscal 2019 as higher fuel prices, overcapacity and operational challenges hit the bottom line.
This March 2017 story from the Australian Aviation archives looks the first five years of SilkAir’s operations in Australia, which began with nonstop flights to Darwin in March 2012.
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The eventual retirement of the SilkAir brand has taken a very public step forward with visitors to the carrier’s website now directed to that of parent Singapore Airlines.
Singapore Airlines says it will use its Airbus A350-900 on all four of its daily flights to Brisbane from the start of May.
Singapore Airlines has removed two Boeing 787-10s from service due to issues with the aircraft’s Rolls-Royce Trent 1000 TEN engines.