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Old January 17th, 2012, 06:44 PM   #421
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Cadetship program

Hello everyone,
I'm CPL student at Indonesian local flight school. I've ever heard that Tiger singapore has a cadetship direct entry program for FO's, that student have to pay for about 60,000 SGD on their own cost for their A320's rating.

Anyone have concreate info related to my question please let me know.
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Old February 5th, 2012, 04:48 PM   #422
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Old February 7th, 2012, 04:05 PM   #423
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SYDNEY: Singapore Airlines' new long-haul budget carrier Scoot said Tuesday Australia's Gold Coast would be its second destination, having already announced routes to Sydney.

Scoot will begin flying from mid-2012 with a fleet of four Boeing B777-200s bought from parent company Singapore Airlines in a challenge to Australian carriers Qantas and Jetstar.

"Scoot's all about offering great value, fun and a unique attitude, 'Scootitude'," the airline's chief executive Campbell Wilson said on the Gold Coast as he announced the new destination.

"Direct access to one of the world's premier air hubs for Queensland and north New South Wales, and to one of the world's best holiday destinations for Singapore," added Wilson, who turned up in a wetsuit and carrying a surfboard.

While Scoot is a wholly-owned Singapore Airlines subsidiary, it is independently managed and will focus on the medium and long-haul budget segment.

The carrier will offer fares about 40 per cent lower than the traditional airlines and will target the young, the adventurous, and those that wish to save money, Wilson said.

It also plans to fly to China and have 14 planes by 2016, with longer-term destinations including India, Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

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Old February 8th, 2012, 10:16 AM   #424
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Singapore Airlines' jumbo farewell for the Boeing 747
By Karamjit Kaur, Aviation Correspondent | StraitsTimes.com | 8 Feb 2012

Four decades after it started flying the world's first jumbo, Singapore Airlines (SIA) is saying goodbye to the Boeing 747. The carrier will operate its last B-747 commercial flight to Melbourne, Australia, and back on March 24, spokesman Nicholas Ionides told The Straits Times.

SIA introduced the aircraft to its fleet in 1973, and at one time had more B-747s than any other carrier worldwide. In March 2003, the airline had 39 B-747 passenger aircraft in its fleet. Today, it has just three.
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Old February 9th, 2012, 09:54 AM   #425
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Singapore’s Tiger Air reports Q3 loss on Australia, fuel costsJanuary 30, 2012

A Tiger Airways plane sits idle at Melbourne Airport in this file photo of July 4, 2011. Last year, Australia’s aviation regulator imposed a five-week flight ban on Tiger Air’s operation in Australia due to safety issue. – AFP picSINGAPORE, Jan 30 – Singapore’s low cost carrier Tiger Airways Holdings Ltd reported its third consecutive quarterly loss and warned of a possible “significant” annual loss mainly due to problems with its Australian operation and soaring fuel prices.

Asian low-cost carriers have benefited from strong demand, but rising input costs, intense competition and a spate of natural disasters in the region has hit some airlines.

Tiger Air, which is about a third owned by Singapore Airlines Ltd, posted a net loss of S$17.4 million (RM42.46 million) for October-December compared with a profit of S$22.5 million a year ago.

“The group expects to report a significant net loss for the financial year largely as a result of the Civil Aviation Safety Authority suspension in Australia, the under-utilisation of the group’s aircraft fleet and exposure to high and volatile jet fuel prices,” Tiger Air said in a statement today.

Shares in Tiger Air plunged more than 60 per cent last year. Tiger competes with Indonesia’s Lion Air, Malaysia’s AirAsia Bhd as well as Australia’s JetStar, the budget carrier arm of Qantas Airways Ltd.

Tiger Air’s Oct-Dec revenue was flat at S$168.4 million. Last year, Australia’s aviation regulator imposed a five-week flight ban on Tiger Air’s operation in Australia due to safety issue.

Tiger Air’s Australian operations booked an operating loss of S$8.6 million compared with a profit of S$5.9 million a year ago, while its Singapore operations reported an operating loss of S$4.8 million compared to a profit of S$19.4 million. – Reuters
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Old February 9th, 2012, 10:00 AM   #426
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SIA Group's nine-month profit declines 59%By Aaron Karp | February 3, 2012

Singapore Airlines parent SIA Group reported a net profit of S$374 million ($298.2 million) for the first nine months of its April 1-March 31 fiscal year, down 59% from S$921 million in net income in the year-ago period.

Results were not much better for the fiscal third quarter ended Dec. 31, for which SIA posted a S$153 million net profit, down 53% year-over-year.

SIA said in a statement that "persistently high jet fuel prices … adversely affected the Group's performance."

The airline is not optimistic about the current quarter. "Forward bookings continue to show signs of weakness in the final quarter of the financial year, due to uncertainty in the global economy and the protracted Eurozone debt crisis," SIA stated. "Passenger yields are expected to remain under pressure while cargo yields are expected to continue to decline. As the price of jet fuel remains high and volatile, fuel costs continue to adversely impact the Group's financial performance."

SIA's fiscal nine-month revenue rose 2% to S$11.15 billion while expenditures increased by 10% to S$10.86 billion "principally on account of higher jet fuel prices," the company said. Nine-month operating profit fell 74% to S$814 million.

Fiscal third-quarter operating profit was S$159 million, down 69% year-over-year. Breaking down SIA's fiscal third quarter by subsidiary, Singapore Airlines earned a S$137 million operating profit, down 64% (owing mainly to a 34% rise in aircraft fuel costs); SIA Engineering posted a S$28 million operating profit, down 17.6%; regional SilkAir reported a S$32 million operating profit, down 28.9%; and SIA Cargo incurred an operating loss of S$40 million, reversed from a S$48 million operating profit in the 2010 December quarter.

SIA mainline passenger traffic rose just 2.5% year-over-year for the nine months ended Dec. 31 to 65.64 billion RPKs on a 5.3% lift in capacity to 84.83 billion ASKs, producing a load factor of 77.4%, down 2.1 points. Nine-month passenger yield was flat year-over-year at S$0.119.
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Old February 17th, 2012, 04:26 PM   #427
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The 747s final flight will be to Hong Kong
SQ has set up a website dedicated to the 747:http://www.SIAjourneys.com/
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Old February 19th, 2012, 09:08 PM   #428
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 04:40 PM   #429
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SIA, SilkAir to increase fuel surcharges
Posted: 02 March 2012 1745 hrs

SINGAPORE : Singapore Airlines will increase its fuel surcharge for tickets issued on or after March 8 this year as a result of continued high fuel prices.

Depending on the distance and class of travel, the increases range from US$2 to US$28 per sector.

The new fuel surcharge levels will apply to Singapore Airlines and SilkAir flights.

Jet fuel prices have been increasing and fuel now accounts for 40 per cent of SIA Group's expenditure.

Singapore Airlines said it will continue to closely monitor the price of fuel and keep surcharges under constant review.

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Old March 8th, 2012, 04:22 PM   #430
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* Says no-pay leave duration may be one week to two years

* Says has no plans to make scheme compulsory at this point


SINGAPORE, March 9 (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd , the world's second-largest carrier by market value, said on Friday it has asked its pilots to volunteer for a no-pay leave of up to two years as the industry was hit by weak demand and soaring jet fuel prices.

The move comes on the heels of a 53 percent plunge in third-quarter net profits for the Singapore flag-carrier, which recently also announced a 20 percent capacity cut for its cargo operation and higher fuel surcharges.

The offer is open to senior first officers, first officers, second officers and cadet pilots, for durations of between one week and two years to address a surplus of pilots, Singapore Air spokesman Nicholas Ionides said in an email.
"The global financial crisis in 2009-10 was a factor and resulted in some excess capacity at the time. Growth was also slower than anticipated after that," Ionides said, adding that pilots opting for no-pay leave can work for other carriers during the period subject to a written approval from Singapore Airlines.

The carrier has no plans to make the scheme compulsory at this point and sees the situation as temporary, he said.

Singapore Air, whose primary customers are business travelers, has been badly hit by a slowdown in corporate travel as major companies, mainly financial firms, cut costs.

The global airlines industry has been struggling to pass on the higher cost of fuels to customers as demand for business and leisure travel dwindled due to the global economic slowdown.

The International Air Transport Association cut its forecast for airline industry profits by a quarter to $3.5 billion for 2012 and warned the industry could plunge to an $8.3-billion loss if Europe's debt problems trigger another banking crisis. (Reporting by Harry Suhartono; Editing by Himani Sarkar)
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^Whats the point? What do pilots get in return for volunteering?Surely there has to be an incentive.
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SIA's passenger load factor inches up in February
Posted: 15 March 2012 2155 hrs

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) passenger load factor (PLF) rose one percentage point to 76.1 per cent in February from 2011.

It said that demand for flights to and from Singapore had benefited from the Singapore Airshow held between February 14 and 19.

However, the effects of the airshow was partially offset by a travel lull to certain markets after the Lunar New Year holidays. Notably, load factor for East Asia and West Asia & Africa fell 1.4 and 0.3 percentage points to 77.1 per cent and 70.6 per cent respectively.

Load factors for the Americas increased five percentage points to 73.3 per cent while Europe saw an increase of 1.5 percentage points to 74 per cent.

SIA said: "The operating environment remains challenging with jet fuel prices increasing 14 per cent over the same month last year. Passenger yields are likely to come under pressure with intense competition, coupled with recent promotional fare activities."

For the month of February, the number of passengers SIA carried increased by 6.5 per cent to 1.4 million with system-wide passenger carriage increasing by 6.8 per cent.

Overall cargo traffic was 7.1 per cent higher compared to the same month last year, while cargo capacity increased by 6.9 per cent.

Consequently, cargo load factor in February increased by 0.1 percentage point. Cargo load factor increased for all regions, except for Europe and West Asia & Africa.

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By Hetty Musfirah | Posted: 21 March 2012 2229 hrs

SINGAPORE: Scoot, Singapore's first medium to long haul budget carrier will start sales at 6.00am on Thursday.

And it's enticing travellers with a rare deal - one-way tickets to-and-from its first two destinations, Sydney and Gold Coast, are going from S$88.

The price, inclusive of taxes and surcharges, is for a limited period only.

The tickets can be purchased till midnight next Tuesday.

Its CEO, Mr Campbell Wilson said: "Besides being a fantastic deal, S$88 each way, including taxes, it's also a statement of intent, that Scoot will continue to offer exceptional value and give more people more opportunity to travel farther."

The launch prices came about after the airline started a campaign on Facebook, where prices go down as more people signed up as members.

For the past week, people have been able to "bid the price down" on Scoot's Facebook page; the more people who participated, the lower the price became.

"The response has been amazing, and we'd like to thank the 81,178 people who took part," said Mr Wilson.

The first departures for the launch fares are only applicable for travel, from June 26 (Sydney) and June 27 (Gold Coast) to October 27 this year.

The fares do not apply to the carrier's inaugural flights for which dates, plans and fares will be announced later.

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By Valarie Tan | Posted: 27 March 2012 1317 hrs

BEIJING : Singapore Airlines' wholly-owned budget carrier Scoot will make its first foray into China, with flights between Singapore and Tianjin taking off in August.

The medium- to long-haul budget carrier said there are two more Chinese destinations in the pipeline. Capital Beijing will not be on the cards.

Scoot will be flying between Tianjin and Singapore, four times a week, starting from August.

The budget long-haul carrier said it will be landing in two more secondary Chinese cities, before the end of 2012.

It is all part of Scoot's long-term strategy to connect passengers from developing cities in China to Singapore, and other international destinations.

Campbell Wilson, CEO of Scoot, said: "Clearly there are one-stop options people are getting to when they need to travel. So by offering a non-stop option, we feel that we will be able to attract a substantial amount of demand.

"Singapore has such a huge air network so there is a lot of natural connectivity that people will fly up on us and connect on one of the other mini airlines to destinations that we do not offer ourselves."

The airline declined to comment on its expected passenger volume and targeted market share in China.

But Tianjin International Airport said two-thirds of its daily passenger volume comes from connecting flights, and AirAsia is the only other international budget carrier operating there.

No exact date was given, but Scoot said ticket sales to Tianjin are expected to start in a few weeks. The carrier said 17,000 seats for its S$88 Sydney-Singapore flight were sold within first nine hours of sale.

Analysts said China has huge potential for international budget carriers, and if regulations are more relaxed, 10 such airline operators are expected to enter the market in the coming five years.

Chen Yuxin, visiting professor of marketing at Peking University, said: "There are no other countries with cities that have populations of more than a million each. Consumption levels have also increased. The high-speed railway has also helped.

"With old trains abolished, the choice is now between high-speed rail and budget carriers. And high-speed rail has become a reference price. Now that it is quite expensive, add a little more and you can take a budget flight, and save some time."

The Chinese government has in recent years been progressively opening up its airspace for commercial use, releasing air-routes previously limited to the military, and giving access to operators to secondary cities in inland China. That is one key factor to the growth of China's aviation market in time to come.

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Three years after a controversial launch, Singapore Airlines is reviewing its options to stem losses on its non-stop, all-business-class flights to New York and Los Angeles.

Company sources say that the national carrier is likely to reintroduce economy-class seats to these flights in a bid to boost revenue.

Reconfiguring its five A345 planes - fuel-guzzlers built for long journeys - to include economy seats will be an expensive undertaking. But rising fuel prices have made the status quo untenable, said sources.

The two routes, the longest all-business-class flights in the world, have been consistently loss-making for the national carrier since their launch in May 2008. Still, they were kept on SIA's roster for their 'ultra-premium' status, even as business-class demand from the US plunged after the 2008 financial crisis. But historically high fuel prices are now forcing SIA management's hand.
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.Singapore Airlines A380 Turns Back After Engine Shutdown .

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SINGAPORE—A Singapore Airlines Ltd. C6L.SG +0.37%Airbus A380 superjumbo jet en route to Frankfurt was forced to return to Singapore on Tuesday, in the latest incident involving the Rolls-Royce Holdings RR.LN +3.76%PLC engines that power the world's biggest passenger aircraft.

Flight SQ26, which was carrying more than 430 passengers, landed safely at 6:40 a.m. local time after its crew reported a problem with one of the jet's four Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines nearly three hours after takeoff, the airline said in a statement.

"The crew reported an engine surge in the No. 3 engine and the engine was shut down," a company spokeswoman said in the emailed statement, adding that a surge refers to a disruption of airflow that affects an engine's normal operation.

The flight's passengers have since left for Frankfurt on another aircraft, she added.

Singapore Airlines is looking into the incident, and will inspect the engine in consultation with Rolls-Royce, according to spokeswomen for both companies.

A number of A380s have suffered problems with their Rolls-Royce engines. In November 2010, Australia's Qantas Airways Ltd. QAN.AU +0.58%grounded its entire A380 fleet for nearly a month following an engine explosion that forced an emergency landing in Singapore. In June Qantas reached a settlement totaling 95 million Australian dollars with Rolls-Royce.

Singapore Airlines, which operates 16 A380s and has firm orders for three more, had Rolls-Royce replace the Trent 900 engines on three of its superjumbos in November 2010 after inspections turned up unusual oil traces. Last November, a Qantas A380 flying to London from Singapore was diverted to Dubai after its crew identified a problem with one of the jet's Rolls-Royce engines.

The plane, which has been flying commercially since 2007, is made by Airbus, a unit of European Aeronautic Defence & Space Co. EAD.FR +0.80%
Separately, Singapore Airlines said Tuesday it will pay a penalty of 25 million South African rand (US$3.3 million) in relation to a South African Competition Commission complaint against the carrier. The carrier did not specify the nature of the complaint, but a commission statement Monday said settlements concluded with both Singapore Airlines and South African Airways related to price-fixing on flights between Johannesburg and Hong Kong.

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SINGAPORE, March 27 | Mon Mar 26, 2012 9:17pm EDT

SINGAPORE, March 27 (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd , the world's second largest by market value, said on Tuesday it paid a fine of 25 million rand ($3.29 million) to settle a South African investigation into price-fixing of flights between Johannesburg and Hong Kong.

South African Airways was fined 18.8 million rand, the Competition Commission of South Africa said in a statement that described the violations by the two carriers. Singapore Airlines (SIA) did not mention the reason in its statement.

"Once the settlement agreement is confirmed by the South African Competition Tribunal, this will bring the Competition Commission's investigation to a close for Singapore Airlines," the carrier said.

In 2010, SIA and 10 other airlines were fined a total of 799 million euros ($1.06 billion) by the European Commission for fixing cargo prices. SIA said it may appeal that decision but paid a fine of 74.8 million euros. ($1 = 7.5931 South African rand) ($1 = 0.7504 euro) (Reporting by Harry Suhartono)
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