Singapore Airlines Limited1, along with its subsidiaries, is engaged in passenger and cargo air transportation, airport terminal services, engineering services, training of pilots, air charters and tour wholesaling and related activities. As of March 31, 2007, the Company, along with its subsidiaries, operated a fleet 94 aircraft, the freighter fleet of Singapore Airlines Cargo consists of 14 B747-400 Freighters, SilkAir's fleet consists of eight Airbus A320 and five Airbus A319.
During fiscal 2007, the Company introduced a new aircraft type, the Boeing 777-300ER (Extended Range) to its fleet. As of March 31, 2007, the Airline operated 764 weekly flights to 65 destinations in 35 countries. The Company's wholly owned subsidiaries include Singapore Airport Terminal Services Limited (SATS), SIA Engineering Company Limited (SIAEC), Singapore Airlines Cargo Pte Ltd (SIA Cargo) and SilkAir (Singapore) Private Limited (SilkAir).
|Address||Airline House 25 Airline Road Singapore 819829 Singapore|
|Frequent flyer program||KrisFlyer|
|Fleet size||93 (+110 orders and options)|
|Destinations||65 cities in 35 countries|
|Parent company||Singapore Airlines Limited|
|Company slogan||A Great Way to Fly|
- CEO - Chew Choon Seng
The Singapore Airlines Group has over 50 subsidiaries and associates, including:
- International Engine Component Overhaul (IECO) (43.3%)
- SIA Engineering Company (SIAEC) (86.6%)
- SilkAir (100%)
- Singapore Aero Engine Services Private Limited (SAESL) (43.3%)
- Singapore Aircraft Leasing Enterprise (SALE) (35.5%)
- Singapore Airlines Cargo (100%)
- Singapore Airport Terminal Services (86.5%)
- Singapore Flying College (100%)
- October 16, 2008 -Downturn hits SIA passenger numbers in Sept2 - It's a sign of the times when one of the world's most profitable carrier suffers a fall in passenger numbers for the first time in three years.
- September 16, 2008 - SIA passenger, cargo loads decline in Aug3
- September 16, 2008 - SIA Cargo inks $500m deal with Pratt & Whitney4