Singapore Airlines and Tata agree to merge Air India with Vistara
Singapore Airlines (SIA) is to take a stake in Air India, which has been given ...
Singapore Airlines has pledged to keep its eight freighters, despite its Cargo division making a S$22m operating loss last year. It said it needed both maindeck and belly capacity, but had no plans to change its freighter fleet from 747-400Fs. The carrier has mooted the idea of getting regional partners, despite criticism from some alliance members that teamwork is not its strong point.
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