C6L.SI - Singapore Airlines Limited

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
9.38
+0.07 (+0.75%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous Close9.31
Open9.31
Bid9.37 x 0
Ask9.38 x 0
Day's Range9.30 - 9.38
52 Week Range9.14 - 11.84
Volume762,500
Avg. Volume1,659,362
Market Cap11.103B
Beta (3Y Monthly)0.37
PE Ratio (TTM)16.01
EPS (TTM)0.59
Earnings DateNov 13, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.40 (4.29%)
Ex-Dividend Date2018-07-31
1y Target Est11.21
  • Reuters4 days ago

    India's Tata Group in talks to buy stake in Jet Airways - Times of India

    Indian business conglomerate Tata Group has held preliminary discussions to buy a large stake in debt-laden Jet Airways (India) Ltd, the Times of India reported https://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/business/india-business/tatas-in-talks-to-pick-up-stake-in-struggling-jet/articleshow/66267478.cms on Thursday. Tata has sought management control of Jet, seeking at least 26 percent initially and another 26 percent via an open offer later, the paper said. Jet Airways has been facing a financial crunch amid rising oil prices and a depreciating rupee.

  • Have 19 hours? World's longest commercial flight takes off
    Associated Press11 days ago

    Have 19 hours? World's longest commercial flight takes off

    SINGAPORE (AP) — The world's longest direct commercial flight is back and taking travelers from Singapore to the New York region.

  • CNBC11 days ago

    World's longest non-stop flight from Singapore to New York all set for take off

    Singapore Airlines is restarting a direct service between Singapore and New York. Singapore Airlines SIAL-SG will claim the crown of the world's longest service by miles flown on Thursday when it re-starts its direct service between Singapore and New York. The Airbus AIR-FR A350-900ULR will travel from Changi Airport to Newark Liberty International Airport, covering 9,000 nautical miles (9,537 miles) in a scheduled 18 hours and 25 minutes.

  • Reuters12 days ago

    Lift off: Singapore Airlines to boost U.S. presence with world's longest flight

    Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIAL.SI) is poised for a major boost to its U.S. footprint from Thursday evening as it resumes, after five years, the world's longest commercial flight - a near-19 hour non-stop from Singapore to New York. The route, combined with the airline's plans to restart non-stop services to Los Angeles and add more non-stop flights to San Francisco next month, will give the premium Asian carrier its biggest-ever U.S. presence. The airline has already ordered seven new ultra-long range twin-engine Airbus SE (AIR.PA) A350-900ULRs fitted with just 161 business class and premium economy seats - and no economy class seats - for the U.S. capacity increase.

  • Lift off: Singapore Airlines to boost U.S. presence with world's longest flight
    Reuters12 days ago

    Lift off: Singapore Airlines to boost U.S. presence with world's longest flight

    Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIAL.SI) is poised for a major boost to its U.S. footprint from Thursday evening as it resumes, after five years, the world's longest commercial flight - a near-19 hour non-stop from Singapore to New York. The route, combined with the airline's plans to restart non-stop services to Los Angeles and add more non-stop flights to San Francisco next month, will give the premium Asian carrier its biggest-ever U.S. presence. The airline has already ordered seven new ultra-long range twin-engine Airbus SE (AIR.PA) A350-900ULRs fitted with just 161 business class and premium economy seats - and no economy class seats - for the U.S. capacity increase.

  • The World’s Longest Flight Will Have No Economy Seats
    Bloomberg14 days ago

    The World’s Longest Flight Will Have No Economy Seats

    About six months after Qantas Airways Ltd. started a direct service from Perth to London, Singapore Airlines Ltd. is bringing back its 10,400-mile jump to New York on Oct. 11, pipping Qatar Airways’ Doha-Auckland route to reclaim the title of the world’s longest commercial flight. Advances in technology and the advent of aircraft that guzzle less and carry more fuel are helping make the Singapore route viable again, five years after $100-a-barrel oil contributed to the demise of the flight, which will take as long as 18 hours and 45 minutes. Last month, Singapore Airlines took delivery of the first of seven Airbus A350-900 Ultra Long Range aircraft that it will use on the route as well as for non-stop services to Los Angeles starting in November.

  • CNBC28 days ago

    Singapore Airlines takes delivery of a plane to fly world's longest direct route

    Airbus delivered the A350-900ULR to Singapore Airlines on Saturday. The first flight on October 11 will become the world's longest direct flight in service. Singapore Airlines SIAL-SG has taken delivery of a new plane that will perform the world's longest commercial non-stop service by miles flown.

  • Singapore Air Takes Delivery of Jet for World's Longest Flight
    Bloomberglast month

    Singapore Air Takes Delivery of Jet for World's Longest Flight

    Singapore Airlines Ltd. took delivery of the Airbus SE A350-900 ultra long range aircraft to start a non-stop service to New York, a journey of about 19 hours that will become the world’s longest. The first commercial flight between Singapore and Newark Liberty International Airport will be on Oct. 11, Singapore Air said in a statement yesterday. This is the first of the seven A350-900ULRs the carrier has on firm order with Airbus.

  • Reuterslast month

    FOCUS-Headwinds before takeoff for new Thai Airways team

    Struggling national carrier Thai Airways International PCL is pinning hopes of a revival to its 1990s heyday on a new leadership team, jet purchases and improving its brand as tourism booms in the region. Challenges for the new team include cutting costs, managing a mixed fleet, coping with loss-making subsidiaries as well as healing long-time rifts between government-appointed management and airline veterans. Thailand has been the beneficiary of a boom in tourist arrivals, particularly from China, but as foreign airlines like Qatar Airways and China Eastern Airlines Corp have rushed to add flights, Thai Airways has reported annual losses for four of the last five years.

  • Reuterslast month

    FOCUS-Headwinds before takeoff for new Thai Airways team

    Struggling national carrier Thai Airways International PCL is pinning hopes of a revival to its 1990s heyday on a new leadership team, jet purchases and improving its brand as tourism booms in the region. Challenges for the new team include cutting costs, managing a mixed fleet, coping with loss-making subsidiaries as well as healing long-time rifts between government-appointed management and airline veterans. Thailand has been the beneficiary of a boom in tourist arrivals, particularly from China, but as foreign airlines like Qatar Airways and China Eastern Airlines Corp have rushed to add flights, Thai Airways has reported annual losses for four of the last five years.

  • Flightglobal2 months ago

    SIA to debut medium-haul A350 on Brisbane route this December

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) is set to deploy its first medium-haul Airbus A350-900 aircraft on the Singapore-Adelaide route from 17 December.

  • Should You Be Tempted To Sell Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX:C6L) Because Of Its PE Ratio?
    Simply Wall St.2 months ago

    Should You Be Tempted To Sell Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX:C6L) Because Of Its PE Ratio?

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  • Virgin Australia strategy, CEO search complicated by airline investors
    Reuters2 months ago

    Virgin Australia strategy, CEO search complicated by airline investors

    The support, however, came at a price - a shareholder register dominated by airline partners with competing interests and a sometimes fractured board. Chairman Elizabeth Bryan said Virgin Australia had yet to short-list CEO candidates, meaning an appointment could take some time. In the domestic market, which accounts for two-thirds of Virgin's revenue, a stable duopoly has emerged with Qantas.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Virgin Australia strategy, CEO search complicated by airline investors

    The support, however, came at a price - a shareholder register dominated by airline partners with competing interests and a sometimes fractured board. Chairman Elizabeth Bryan said Virgin Australia had yet to short-list CEO candidates, meaning an appointment could take some time.

  • Two-Cent Fares Are Killing Airlines in India's Cutthroat Market
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    Two-Cent Fares Are Killing Airlines in India's Cutthroat Market

    Global carriers have flocked to India, lured by a domestic travel boom and what’s expected to be the world’s third-biggest aviation market by 2025. Jet Airways India Ltd., one of the first carriers to launch after the market opened up in the early 1990s, said in a filing this month that it needs cash to meet liquidity requirements. The company’s board announced a turnaround plan Monday with scant details, including the sale of its stake in its loyalty program and reduction of 20 billion rupees ($285 million) in costs over two years.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] The Science Behind the World's Longest Flights

    is working with nutrition and health experts at Canyon Ranch here to devise new menus and onboard wellness programs for its 9,534-mile nonstop trips between Newark, N.J., and Singapore, which will be the longest flights in the world when they launch in October. The airline will also add the long-distance wellness program to existing San Francisco and Los Angeles flights.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Cathay Pacific losses narrow on higher air fares, sees better H2

    SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd posted a narrower half-year loss on a strong rise in airfares and cargo rates and flagged expectations for a better second half, although its failure to curb costs fuelled market concerns. Shares of the Hong Kong airline fell 3.3 percent to their lowest in almost eight months after results showed expenses offset a better-than-expected rise in yields and higher revenue, casting a shadow on Cathay's three-year turnaround plan. Cathay has reduced jobs, invested in product improvements such as better business class meals and new Airbus SE A350 jets and is adding more economy seats to older Boeing Co 777s in a bid to boost business.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Cathay Pacific losses narrow on higher air fares, sees better H2

    SHANGHAI/SINGAPORE, Aug 8 (Reuters) - Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd posted a narrower half-year loss on a strong rise in airfares and cargo rates and flagged expectations for a better second half, although its failure to curb costs fuelled market concerns. Shares of the Hong Kong airline fell 3.3 percent to their lowest in almost eight months after results showed expenses offset a better-than-expected rise in yields and higher revenue, casting a shadow on Cathay's three-year turnaround plan. Cathay has reduced jobs, invested in product improvements such as better business class meals and new Airbus SE A350 jets and is adding more economy seats to older Boeing Co 777s in a bid to boost business.

  • Flightglobal3 months ago

    R-R modified Trent 700 blade clearance after SIA A330 incident

    Rolls-Royce increased the rotor tip clearances between the engine casing and intermediate pressure compressor (IPC) blades across various stages of newly manufactured Trent 700 powerplants, following an in-flight power loss on a Singapore Airlines Airbus A330-300 on 23 May 2015.

  • Reuters3 months ago

    Singapore Airlines' budget arm Scoot to hike fares as fuel costs rise

    Singapore Airlines Ltd's budget arm Scoot said on Thursday it would raise fares across its network by an average of about 5 percent in response to a surge in oil prices that had pushed up costs. The fare hike, effective Sept. 1, will add $5 to S$30 ($3.66 to $21.98) to the cost of each one-way journey depending on the flight duration, the airline said in a statement. Carriers around the world are attempting to raise fares to help recoup the rising cost of fuel, with the oil price up 40 percent to $73 a barrel over the last year.

  • CNBC3 months ago

    Singapore Airlines has been voted the world's best airline. But can it stay profitable?

    After nine years of losing out on the title of the world's best airline, Singapore Airlines is back on top. More than 20 million passengers participated in a survey commissioned by London-based aviation consultancy Skytrax to vote the carrier for the prestigious award. Last year's winner, Qatar Airways, took second place while Japan-based All Nippon Airways (ANA) clinched third.

  • Singapore Airlines relaunches world's longest flight
    Yahoo Finance Video10 days ago

    Singapore Airlines relaunches world's longest flight

    The world’s longest direct commercial flight is back and taking travelers from New York to Singapore.

  • Singapore Airlines resumes world's longest flight
    Reuters Videos11 days ago

    Singapore Airlines resumes world's longest flight

    After five years, Singapore Airlines is resuming the world's longest commercial flight between Singapore and New York -- a 19-hour non-stop flight. Thuy Ong reports.

  • Cathay Pacific's Recovery Hits Rough Patch
    Bloomberg Video2 months ago

    Cathay Pacific's Recovery Hits Rough Patch

    Aug.07 -- It’s turning out to be a bumpy road to recovery for Cathay Pacific Airways. Just when the airline was showing signs of a rebound, crude oil played spoilsport again, denting early gains from a transformation plan it considers crucial to survival. Bloomberg's Kyunghee Park reports on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Asia."