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Singapore Airlines invests three Airbus A350s in Brisbane flights

Singapore Airlines invests three Airbus A350s in Brisbane flights

Singapore Airlines isn't holding back in developing Brisbane as a critically important gateway city for Australia with these new A350 deployments

Fortunes of SingaporeAir and Etihad appear to be rising

Fortunes of SingaporeAir and Etihad appear to be rising

Can Etihad do a Qantas style massive writedown and profit from it? Is SingaporeAir on a roll? What might they try to with their Virgin Australia investments?

Scoot sees off Tiger branding, adds Honolulu, Harbin to network

Scoot sees off Tiger branding, adds Honolulu, Harbin to network

Scoot has big ambitions for the American market, starting with Hawaii

Canberra contest heats up as Qatar confirms and Singapore adjusts flights

Canberra contest heats up as Qatar confirms and Singapore adjusts flights

The competitive tensions between the flag carriers, and hub airports, of Qatar and Singapore have come to Canberra, Australia

Singapore Airlines flies into smoother skies, for a month at least

Singapore Airlines flies into smoother skies, for a month at least

Not everything is gloomy in the airline game, with the SingaporeAir group getting on top of the problem of excess capacity

Airbus says A380 will always fit in wideboys (and girls) who can’t hack 787s

Airbus says A380 will always fit in wideboys (and girls) who can’t hack 787s

More seats, even longer range, and lower fuel burn, said to be coming soon to Airbus A380s

Emirates drops A380s Sydney-Auckland but wait, there will be more news soon

Emirates drops A380s Sydney-Auckland but wait, there will be more news soon

No Sydney-Auckland A380s could be just a curtain raiser to further Emirates initiatives

Singapore Airlines cleared over Melbourne 777 tail strike incident

Singapore Airlines cleared over Melbourne 777 tail strike incident

That much reported tail strike incident involving a SingaporeAir jet at MEL turns out to have been a case of exemplary piloting when things didn't go as planned

Etihad doubles up on Sydney A380 flights from October 29

Etihad doubles up on Sydney A380 flights from October 29

Etihad's move to all A380 flights at Sydney underlines seat shortages caused by airport's limitations

A difficult quest for Sydney-London non-stops comes closer to reality

A difficult quest for Sydney-London non-stops comes closer to reality

Unless Qantas changes its ways, that flying kangaroo logo may need to be adjusted to one with tightly crossed legs