COMMENTARY

COSTS and yields are likely to be central themes when Singapore Airlines (SIA) releases its second quarter results in November.

RISING fuel costs is prompting budget airline Scoot to up its fares by five per cent from Sept 1, after jet fuel price have surged nearly 40 per cent year on year to some US$90 per barrel.

BUDGET carrier Scoot will be raising its fares by S$5 to S$30 per sector depending on flight duration, with effect from Sept 1.

WEIGHED down by rising fuel costs and the absence of one-off gains, Singapore Airlines' (SIA) first quarter performance missed analyst expectations...

SINGAPORE AIRLINES (SIA) will transfer some of SilkAir's aircraft to budget arm Scoot to compete more effectively on short-haul routes in the latest move under its ongoing transformation...

SCOOT completed its inaugural non-stop long-haul flight to Berlin from Singapore on Wednesday with 95 per cent of the seats occupied, the budget brand of Singapore Airlines (SIA) announced in a press...

Following the lower-than-expected CPO (crude palm oil) spot ASP achieved year-to-date (Jan-May) of RM2,442 per tonne in Malaysia and muted near-term price outlook amid still ample palm oil stockpile...

HOCK LOCK SIEW

NEARLY a year after it completed the merger of its two budget units Scoot and Tigerair, Singapore Airlines (SIA) seems to have decided that it just needs one premium brand as well.

SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) has added its budget brand, Scoot, to its frequent-flyer programme for small- and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs).

SOME Asia-Pacific carriers may be affected by the curbs imposed by the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on the travel time for jets powered by Rolls-Royce's Trent 1000 engines. ...