Aviation

Emirates powers Changi flights with sustainable aviation fuel

SAF is made from 100% renewable waste and residue raw materials.
3 days ago

Emirates powers Changi flights with sustainable aviation fuel

SAF is made from 100% renewable waste and residue raw materials.
3 days ago

Singapore Airlines compensates SQ321 passengers

The airline paid passengers with serious injuries US$25,000.
5 days ago

Changi Airport net profit surges by 1,206% to $431m in FY2023/24

The group's revenue also surged by 45% to $2,727m during the same period.

SIA and Cathay partner to advance sustainability in the airline industry

The airlines will promote sustainable aviation fuel in APAC.

Consideration to fly with Singapore Airlines plunges after SQ321 incident

Despite the drop, SIA remains the most considered airline amongst Singaporeans.

Singapore Airlines inks deal with Saudi Arabia’s new carrier 

This includes codeshare arrangements, frequent flyer programme and cargo services.

CAAS and IATA create a registry to report SAF emissions cuts

The parties hope to launch the SAF registry in H1 2025.

ST Engineering boosts operations with a third hangar in Pensacola Int'l Airport

The hangar will increase operations by 500,000 hours yearly starting H2 2026.

SATS finalises Sweden acquisitions

It acquired Terminal & Transporttjänst I Sigtuna AB and APH Logistics. 

SATS returns to black with $56.4m FY24 profit

The airport service company credited its improved performance to record revenue.

Rapid changes in g-force, altitude caused injuries in SQ321 flight

The extreme changes in flight conditions happened in around five seconds.

All SQ321 crew members return to Singapore

Meanwhile, 52 passengers were still left in Bangkok.

ANA Holdings gains CCCS approval for Nippon Cargo Airlines buyout

The commission cited three reasons for allowing the acquistion.

Five more SIA passengers return to Singapore following SQ321 incident

74 others remain in Thailand, including those receiving medical care. 

SIA confirms arrival of 143 passengers and crew from SQ321 flight

Another 79 passengers and 6 crew members remain in Thailand.

One dead, 30 injured in SIA flight

The plane diverted to Bangkok after encountering severe turbulence.