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SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): Singapore Airlines has secured S$10 billion in fresh liquidity through its recent rights issue as well as through other credit facilities, as the airline industry navigates an unprecedented crisis caused by the coronavirus pandemic.
BENGALURU/SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Monday that it had secured about $1 billion in credit facilities, in addition to the S$8.8 billion ($6.32 billion) it recently raised from a rights issue, to help it weather the COVID-19 pandemic.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): With Covid-19 wreaking havoc on global air travel, Singapore Airlines chief Goh Choon Phong talks to The Sunday Times in an exclusive interview about how the airline will weather these unprecedented times.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): The rules have been set for essential business travel between Singapore and China, as part of plans to slowly ease restrictions on flights and resume trade amid the Covid-19 outbreak
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): National carrier Singapore Airlines (SIA) is resuming flights to several destinations in June and July, and increasing the number of flights for some of its other services.
BEIJING (The Straits Times/ANN): China will soon relax its border controls for Singapore and several countries, allowing certain categories of people to travel to some cities.
MUMBAI: As I checked in for one of the first flights in India in two months, the baggage-tag dispenser spat out five boarding passes for me. Given the morning I’d had, this latest glitch wasn’t much of a surprise.
SINGAPORE: Most Southeast Asian stock markets slipped on Wednesday, tracking overnight losses on Wall Street, as investors refrained from making big bets after doubts were cast over a recent early-stage trial of a coronavirus vaccine.
JAKARTA: One of the high-fliers in the airline industry, Singapore Airlines Ltd, is now struggling to stay airborne due to the Covid-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, and this spells trouble for Singapore's air hub status, which is closely tied to the destiny of its national carrier.