The object of this page is to collect information on this company.  Such as staffing issues, pilots, go slow, layoffs, safety concerns, financial health, on time record etc. etc.  Will they strike or go bankrupt after I've bought my ticket and leave me stranded at the airport. Even worse will they still be in business in three months?  
25 October 2012 Singapore to New Jersey worlds longest non stop flight by Singapore Airlines is being cancelled  dailymail   

10/30/08 In the best sign that Singapore Airlines has received so far, Anthony Albanese, the Australian Minister for Transport commented that after the introduction of V Australia, further liberalisation of the Pacific route could take place

Singapore Airlines' Singapore-Newark, NJ flight is the longest nonstop flight in the world at 10,315 miles and 18 hours 40 minutes. 

9/22/08  Changi Airport scoops Business Traveller honours

9/10/08  QANTAS has refused to follow the lead of Singapore Airlines, which yesterday lowered its fuel surcharge on tickets in response to falling jet fuel prices

7/31/08  Singapore Airlines and Temasek Holdings, Singapore's state-linked investment firm, signed a preliminary deal last September to take a 24-percent stake in China Eastern for 923 million US dollars

7/30/08 Singapore Airlines won't ground planes to cut costs

7/28/08 Singapore Airlines introduces latest cabin products in India. The Hindu Business

7/25/08 Air New Zealand ranks in the top four most trusted airlines, along with Singapore Airlines, Cathay Pacific and Qantas, according to a new independent global research study commissioned by information services provider, Unisys

07/16/2008 PRICED OUT BY OIL
Cheap Airlines Are Losing Altitude
By Dinah Deckstein, Spiegelonlineinternational

3/4/08 All-Business-Class Flights to Asia Planned.  Strip economy seats out of its A340-500s that fly nonstop between Singapore and both Los Angeles and Newark, and turn the 181-seat two-class configuration into 100 business-class seats  per

2/14/08 Singapore debating going into China

London will be Europe's first city to get A380 service, The world's largest passenger jet will take off for London from Singapore on March 18, marking the Airbus A380's first commercial flight to Europe.Singapore Airlines said on Wednesday that it will start the daily service to London's Heathrow Airport after it takes delivery of its third new superjumbo in mid-March.  The first two A380s that were delivered to Singapore Airlines since October are making daily flights between Singapore and Sydney.The national carrier launched the first Sydney flight with much fanfare, as passengers bid between $560 and $100,380 for tickets as part of a charity auction to drum up publicity. per

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