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.
Australia’s Civil Aviation Safety Authority (CASA) has temporarily suspended the Boeing 737 MAX from flying into and out of Australia.
Singapore Airlines says the US-China trade dispute and Brexit are clouding demand for air travel after posting a fall in net profit amid higher fuel prices.
The Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) has suspended all Boeing 737 MAX operations into and out of the country until further notice following the crash of Ethiopian Airlines flight ET302 on Sunday.