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Old March 28th, 2011, 06:20 PM   #301
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SIA starts flights to Sao Paulo
Posted: 28 March 2011 1342 hrs

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) has started its first direct flight to Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Flight SQ68 departed early Monday morning on its inaugural flight from Singapore Changi Airport to Sao Paulo's Guarulhos International Airport via the Spanish city of Barcelona.

Sao Paulo is SIA's first destination in South America, which has become the sixth continent in its route network.

SIA said the new three-times-weekly service also strengthens Changi Airport's status as a global hub, as SIA is the first to offer direct flights between Singapore and South America.

SIA is confident that travel demand to Brazil will be strong, with such high-profile events as the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Summer Olympic Games lined up in Brazil.

Similarly, it hopes that Brazilians will take the opportunity to visit Singapore and use Changi Airport as a gateway to the Asia-Pacific region.

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SIA arrived in Săo Paulo, Brazil, its first destination in Latin America.

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SIA and CNA tie-up to introduce "news ticker" on SIA flights
By Satish Cheney | Posted: 30 March 2011 1825 hrs

SINGAPORE: Within the next few months, 40 per cent of all SIA flights, including all long haul flights, will have a 'live' news ticker service provided by regional news channel, Channel NewsAsia.

"We've already got games, movies, music. So I think introducing a news ticker tape was the most natural thing to move into. We know from feedback from our business travellers in particular, they wanted more up-to-date information on what's happening around the world, around areas that affect their business. So that's how we got into this tie-up," said Mr Tan Pee Teck, senior VP of Products and Services for SIA.

Fresh news headlines are provided every 30 minutes from the news channel's interactive news department.

"It is basically through the use of Internet technology. A file is sent to SIA's servers and in a way they use their own infrastructure to deliver it to the planes that are in the air. Basically it's using communications technology to deliver as quickly as possible, things that are updated in the newsroom here," said Mr Yeo Hock Lin, VP of E-News for Mediacorp.

Singapore Airlines said it plans to introduce "in-flight connectivity" later in the year, which will enable passengers to enjoy more news features.

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Man dies on SIA flight bound for San Francisco
By Satish Cheney | Posted: 02 April 2011 2214 hrs

SINGAPORE: A Singapore Airlines flight bound for San Francisco ended in tragedy for one man on Saturday.

The man, whose name is not known at the moment, died on board Singapore Airlines flight SQ2 which was on its way to the US city from Singapore via Hong Kong.

Singapore Airlines said the man, who was holding a US passport, was found unconscious one-and-a-half hours before the flight landed in San Francisco.

Three passengers, believed to be from the medical field, answered the call for help from the air crew and tried to provide medical assistance.

They tried reviving him but their attempts were unsuccessful.

The cause of death could not be confirmed at the moment.

Singapore Airlines said it will provide any form of assistance needed by the man's family.

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Singapore Airlines eliminated extra stops on Tokyo flights that were introduced after a March 11 earthquake disrupted transportation links and power supplies in the Japanese capital.

Flights serving both Tokyo Haneda Airport and Tokyo Narita are now operating non-stop, Nicholas Ionides, a spokesman, said by e-mail today. The Singapore-based carrier, Qantas Airways Ltd. and British Airways were among airlines to add extra stops on Japan flights last month so that crew members could avoid spending the night in Tokyo.

“We have reviewed the situation and conditions in Tokyo closely, and are satisfied that there are sufficient supplies and measures in place to ensure the well-being and safety of our crew during their layovers,” Ionides said.

British Airways, a unit of International Consolidated Airlines Group SA, has also resumed non-stop flights to Narita, removing an extra stop that prolonged journey times and increased fuel usage. Demand for flights to Tokyo has tumbled though as engineers battle to prevent a meltdown at a nuclear- power plant crippled by the temblor and a tsunami.

Singapore Airlines has cut one of its daily Haneda flights until May 8, according to a notice on its website. Cathay Pacific Airways and Qantas have also suspended some services to Japan.
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AAP | April 05, 2011 4:12PM

A MAN has pleaded guilty to threatening the safety of a Melbourne-bound Singapore Airlines flight weeks after he was released from prison for making a hoax bomb call to the same airline.

Raymond Lawson, 37, today pleaded guilty in the Victorian County Court to threatening to kill a man on July 14, 2010, and to making a threat against the safety of an aircraft on July 15.

The threats were made weeks after he was released from prison having served 252 days for making hoax bomb calls to hospitals, police and Singapore Airlines.

In the earlier instances, Lawson, along with a friend, Joseph Bucek, had claimed to belong to a fictitious terrorist organisation.

On one occasion they claimed they had planted a bomb that would blow up Melbourne's Royal Children's Hospital.

And their threat to Singapore Airlines prompted a mid-air search of one of its aircraft.

The pair pleaded guilty to three counts of making a bomb hoax.

Lawson was sentenced to 12 months' jail but was released soon after, having already spent 252 days in custody, with the remainder of his sentence suspended.

In sentencing the men on June 24, 2010, Judge Frank Gucciardo issued a stern warning.

"You come back to this court with anything resembling the type of offence that you have committed in relation to these matters and you can expect to spend a long time in jail. Do you understand?" he said.

In court today, Judge Gucciardo ordered Lawson remain in custody and reappear in the same court on May 3, when his pre-sentence hearing will continue.
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Old April 7th, 2011, 07:23 AM   #307
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SIA Engineering, Sagem launch avionics facility
By Julie Quek | Posted: 06 April 2011 2142 hrs

SINGAPORE : SIA Engineering has partnered a unit of global technology firm Safran Group to launch a new avionics facility in Singapore.

In a joint statement, the firms said that the new facility is poised to tap the growing avionics maintenance, repair and overhaul market.

Located at Changi North Rise, the facility supports the latest aircraft types and is designed to handle next-generation aircraft such as the B787 Dreamliner and Airbus A350.

The facility is 49 per cent owned by SIA Engineering and 51 per cent by Sagem, a subsidiary of Safran.

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Old April 7th, 2011, 06:12 PM   #308
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SIA plane losses pressure in one of its tyres mid-flight
By Hetty Musfirah Abdul Khamid | Posted: 07 April 2011 2227 hrs
SINGAPORE : A Singapore Airlines (SIA) flight carrying 216 passengers found itself in an unexpected situation mid-way through flight on Wednesday morning.

SIA said SQ 407 from New Delhi experienced loss of pressure in one of its tyres.

Relevant authorities in Singapore were alerted about the issue, and clearance was given for the aircraft to land.

The airline said flight operations of the Boeing 777-300 were not affected.

But emergency services, such as fire control, were deployed as a precaution.

The plane landed at about 7.30am and ground engineers spent 45 minutes checking it, before it was cleared to taxi to the gate.

A Channel NewsAsia viewer onboard said: "The plane came to an abrupt halt, passengers were calm and the pilot kept them informed of the situation."

The President of the Airline Pilots Association of Singapore, Captain P James, said a loss of pressure in tyres is a rare occurrence. But he said planes are designed to have enough redundancies, and such a loss of pressure in only one tyre will have little impact on landing and movement on the runway.

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Old April 8th, 2011, 05:28 PM   #309
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Singapore Airlines taps OnAir for onboard GSM, Wi-Fi
Staff writer | April 08, 2011
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OnAir and Aeroconseil in the coming months will begin fitting nineteen B777 aircraft from the Singapore Airlines fleet with onboard GSM and Wi-Fi technology.

Aeroconseil will cover the engineering and certification aspects of the changes alongside OnAir, which is providing equipment and the connectivity services to passengers' mobile devices. OnAir and Aeroconseil are working together on this major project to implement the communication systems for the long-haul fleet of Singapore Airlines.
This project responds to the ambition of Singapore Airlines to offer its passengers a range of innovative services for maximum connectivity and therefore an extensive gateway to the outside world while travelling aboard its aircraft. To do this, the company will provide its customers with the latest tools for accessing wireless Internet (Wi-Fi) and mobile telephony services. This technology provided by OnAir leverages Inmarsat SBB services.
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SIA suspends two of seven weekly Los Angeles flights
Posted: 13 April 2011 1203 hrs

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will cut two of its seven weekly direct flights to Los Angeles next month due to weakening demand, the airline's spokesman told AFP Wednesday.

"We are temporarily reducing from seven to five," SIA spokesman Nicholas Ionides said, insisting the cuts were "about matching capacity to demand."

Ionides said that SIA was cancelling its Singapore-Los Angeles flights on Tuesday and Wednesday from May 3, adding that the two "tend to have less demand" compared with those for the rest of the week.

SIA uses the four-engine Airbus A345 aircraft for its non-stop flights to Los Angeles, which are wholly business-class.

When asked if rising oil prices were a factor in the flight reductions, Ionides said the specific decision to implement the cuts was taken solely in response to the "supply and demand situation."

However, he admitted that the airline was feeling the impact of fuel costs.

"Obviously fuel prices have affected all airlines and we are no exception," he said.

Crude prices on the key Brent crude and West Texas Intermediate indexes had scaled $100 a barrel in February and March respectively, and have breached two and a half year highs in recent weeks.

The International Energy Agency in its monthly report released Monday warned that if oil remained above $100 a barrel, there would be "real risks" to the global economic recovery.

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Old April 14th, 2011, 06:28 PM   #311
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Singapore Airlines ends wage cuts for employees over 60


SIA's move underscores rising wage pressures amid a tighter labour market in Singapore, at a time when the city-state is likely to see inflation hit 5-6 per cent in the coming months. -- PHOTO: BLOOMBERG

SINGAPORE - SINGAPORE Airlines (SIA) , the world's second most valuable carrier by market capitalisation, has scrapped a practice of cutting salaries of employees by 10 per cent once they reach 60, a company spokesman said on Wednesday.

'We have rolled back the wage cuts at age 60 for all employees, effective April 1,' said a company spokesman.

SIA's move underscores rising wage pressures amid a tighter labour market in Singapore, at a time when the city-state is likely to see inflation hit 5-6 per cent in the coming months.

The company's decision also meets one of the key demands of its pilots union, Air Line Pilots Association (Singapore), which has been in disagreement with the company over salaries and employment terms for senior pilots close to retirement age. -- REUTERS
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Singapore Airlines raises fuel surcharge as crude prices surge

On Friday April 15, 2011, 5:59 am

SINGAPORE (AP) -- Singapore Airlines Ltd. says it will raise fuel surcharges for its flights after jet fuel prices increased more than 30 percent since the beginning of the year.

The airline said in a statement Friday that passengers issued tickets on or after April 21 will be charged up to an additional $32.

The airline said the new fee will partially offset higher operating costs from rising fuel prices.

The airline has increased fuel levies several times during the last year as crude oil jumped to above $110 a barrel this week from $70 last summer. It last raised its fuel surcharges by up to $26 per ticket on March 9.

Singapore Airlines is the world's second-largest carrier by market capitalization.
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Singapore Airlines Cargo adds 2 new destinations
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MANILA, Philippines - Singapore Airlines Cargo has added two destinations to its Asian network using Boeing 747 freighters.

The airline resumed Boeing 747-400 freighter operations to Kolkata in India after a two-year hiatus, and started serving a new destination, Penang in Malaysia.

The new freighter capacity will complement the 'bellyhold' space available from Singapore Airlines' daily passenger services between Singapore and Kolkata. (EHL)
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BBC radio presenter forced to endure 14-hour flight while having a heart attack after pilot 'refused to land'
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Last updated at 12:31 AM on 17th April 2011


A BBC radio presenter who suffered a heart attack while flying home from covering the Japanese tsunami may take legal action against the airline after it refused to divert the jet to the nearest hospital.

Max Pearson had to endure the 14-hour Singapore Airlines flight in cardiac arrest and now, according to colleagues, has been left with long-term heart damage as a result.

The award-winning BBC World Service journalist had been reporting on the earthquake for a week. He later flew from Tokyo to Singapore, then boarded a connecting flight bound for London which landed on March 18.

Soon after the plane took off from Singapore, Mr Pearson, 51, suffered a heart attack. It is claimed cabin crew refused requests to reroute the plane so he could receive urgent medical attention.

Mr Pearson, a married father of two, was rushed by ambulance to Harefield Hospital as soon as the jet touched down at Heathrow and underwent emergency surgery which saved his life.

He was kept in hospital to recover for almost a week and has been off work for the past month.

Speaking from his Ł750,000 home near East Grinstead, West Sussex, where he is resting, Mr Pearson said: ‘I don’t want to talk about it yet. It’s a very delicate situation.’

A BBC source said: ‘It is lucky he managed to survive. It looks as if he was attended to by one of the passengers, who was a doctor, during the flight.

‘He says he asked for them to redirect him to hospital but it didn’t happen. After that it was touch-and-go whether he was going to make the 14-hour flight, but amazingly he did.

‘Max is still very poorly and is considering taking legal action against Singapore Airlines.’

A spokesman for the company refused to comment.
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Flights equipped with medical kits, staff trained: SIA
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04:46 AM Apr 19, 2011

SINGAPORE - When an in-flight medical emergency strikes, Singapore Airlines (SIA) pilots will listen to the medical recommendation of its ground-based telemedical service provider MedAire, among other considerations, before deciding whether or not to divert a flight. It will also make a PA system request for medical assistance as a general standard procedure.

SIA spokesman Nicholas Ionides gave MediaCorp this "general overview" yesterday, without referring to any specific situation.

MediaCorp had reported on Sunday about a British newspaper article on SIA's decision last month to fly 14 hours to Heathrow Airport with a passenger who had suffered a heart attack. The Daily Mail had reported that 51-year-old BBC radio presenter Max Pearson was rushed to hospital upon touchdown but now has long-term heart damage.

While SIA has declined comment on individual cases, Mr Ionides said yesterday its aircraft are equipped with medical kits and automated external defibrillators, and its crew is trained in first-aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Where necessary, medical support will be arranged on the ground to be ready upon touchdown, he added.

However, a cardiologist MediaCorp spoke to said that a person having a heart attack usually "can't even wait for that one hour", and needs to be hospitalised "as soon as possible". "From the moment of a heart attack, patients can collapse straight or have chest pains and collapse the next moment ... You can't predict who's going to develop complications," said Associate Professor Tan Huay Cheem, director of the National University Heart Centre, Singapore. CHEOW XIN YI
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Tiger Air posts 26% rise in passengers to 6 million for 12 months to March
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Tiger Airways says a total of 6 million passengers flew with Tiger Airways for the 12-month period to March 2011 period, an increase of 23% over the 4.9 million passengers in the corresponding period last year.

Average load factor increased to 86%, an increase of 1 percentage point year-on-year.

For the month of March 2011, Tiger Airways carried 576,000 passengers, an 18% increase compared to the same month last year. The average load factor across Asia and Australia for the month was 85%.

“In March, we commenced new services between Sydney and the Sunshine Coast. Tiger Airways now serves Sydney from six destinations within Australia, solidifying Sydney’s ‘virtual hub’ status on our network,” says Tony Davis, President and Group CEO.

“Tiger Airways Singapore is also growing seat capacity by 41% in the Northern Summer 2011 programme, with increased frequencies to key destinations to be rolled out progressively. Cities that will benefit from increased frequencies from Singapore include Bangkok, Chennai, Hanoi, Ho Chi Minh City and Kuala Lumpur,” he adds.
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Tiger Air cancels flights; receives warning from Australia's regulators

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Singapore's Tiger Airways's subsidiary in Australia has received a warning from the air safety regulator because of some concerns on its maintenance and flight trainings.

Prior to several flights cancelled today amidst the teeming number of travellers because of the five-day holiday in Australia, Tiger Air has been slapped with a 'show cause' notice last month threatening to vary, suspend or cancel its license.

This would be first such notice issued by Australia's Civil Aviation Safety Authority (Casa) related to the training and monitoring of pilots and other crew maintenance.

In a related report by AFP, a spokesman from Tiger Air said that there were no serious safety concerns but declined to comment on the details.

"Casa asked Tiger to clarify certain matters, which Tiger has responded to promptly and in full," the spokesman said. She noted that Casa asked for some corrective measures and are now being verified.

Nonetheless, Tiger Air earlier today cancelled two interstate flights from Melbourne - and said alternative services were not available until Saturday because of some operational concerns.
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Continuing from my Air Canada trip to Hong Kong, here's my review on my Singapore Airlines flight to Singapore. I really wish they'd fly back to YVR - still, I'll definitely be flying this airline more often.

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Flight: Singapore Airlines SQ871, HKG-SIN Hong Kong-Singapore
Date: March 13 2011 19:55
Duration: 3H 50M
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