1. Singapore Airlines to retire Airbus A380s, Boeing 777s  Executive Traveller
  2. Singapore Airlines Retires Seven More Airbus A380s  Simple Flying
  3. Steep impairment costs drag SIA to record S$3.5 billion net loss for half year  Flightglobal
  4. Singapore Airlines Retiring 26 Planes, Including A380s  One Mile at a Time
  5. Emirates Airbus A380 Pilot Dilemma  Simple Flying
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Over a third of Singapore Airlines' A380s are being put out to pasture as the carrier right-sizes its fleet for the Covid era.Over a third of Singapore Airlines' A380s are being put out to pasture as the carrier right-sizes its fleet for the Covid era.

Singapore Airlines to retire Airbus A380s, Boeing 777s - Executive Traveller

Singapore Airlines is to retire a further seven Airbus A380 aircraft this quarter. The airline became the first…

Singapore Airlines Retires Seven More Airbus A380s - Simple Flying

Singapore Airlines Group took on a hefty impairment charge of S$1.33 billion ($987 million) from the early retirement of 26 older aircraft — including seven Airbus A380s — which led to a record net loss in its half-yearly earnings.Singapore Airlines Group took on a hefty impairment charge of S$1.33 billion ($987 million) from the early retirement of 26 older aircraft - including seven Airbus A380s - which led to a record net loss in its half-yearly earnings. The group says that the 26 aircraft were "deemed surplus to ...

Steep impairment costs drag SIA to record S$3.5 billion net loss for half year | News | Flight Global

Singapore Airlines will be retiring 26 aircraft, including seven A380s, eight 777s, and 11 other planes. Here are the details.Singapore Airlines will be retiring 26 aircraft, including seven A380s, eight 777s, and 11 other planes. Here are the details.

Singapore Airlines Retiring 26 Planes, Including A380s | One Mile at a Time

Dubai-based Emirates is an airline that has become synonymous with the Airbus A380. Flying a fleet of 114…

Emirates Airbus A380 Pilot Dilemma - Simple Flying

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SINGAPORE: SIA Group on Friday (Nov 6) reported a first half net loss of S$3.5 billion amid a “sharp drop” in passenger traffic as the COVID-19 ...SINGAPORE: SIA Group on Friday (Nov 6) reported a first half net loss of S$3.5 billion amid a “sharp drop” in passenger traffic as the COVID-19 ...

SIA Group reports first half net loss of S$3.5 billion as passenger numbers fall by 98.9% amid COVID-19 - CNA

The losses came on the back of an impairment charge for older aircraft, as well as the $42 million retrenchment cost.. Read more at straitstimes.com.Companies & Markets News -The losses came on the back of an impairment charge for older aircraft, as well as the $42 million retrenchment cost.. Read more at straitstimes.com.

SIA reports record H1 loss of $3.47 billion on aircraft impairments, retrenchment costs, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

SINGAPORE — Singapore Airlines Ltd on Friday (Nov 6) reported a record S$2.34 billion net loss for the July-September quarter, dragged down by a pandemic-induced fall in passenger traffic and impairment charges on the carrying values of older generation aircraft.SINGAPORE — Singapore Airlines Ltd on Friday (Nov 6) reported a record S$2.34 billion net loss for the July-September quarter, dragged down by a pandemic-induced fall in passenger traffic and impairment charges on the carrying values of older generation aircraft.

Singapore Airlines posts record S$2.34 billion loss in Q2 on pandemic impact

SINGAPORE Airlines' (SIA) net loss in Q2 doubled that of Q1 as it reported a record net loss of S$3.47 billion for the six months to September. Read more at The Business Times.SINGAPORE Airlines' (SIA) net loss in Q2 doubled that of Q1 as it reported a record net loss of S$3.47 billion for the six months to September. Read more at The Business Times.

SIA reports record H1 loss of S$3.47 billion on huge impairments and retrenchment costs, Companies & Markets - THE BUSINESS TIMES