C6L.SI - Singapore Airlines Limited

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
11.69
0.00 (0.00%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous Close11.69
Open11.71
Bid11.69 x 0
Ask11.70 x 0
Day's Range11.65 - 11.84
52 Week Range9.78 - 11.84
Volume1,825,900
Avg. Volume1,321,446
Market Cap13.824B
Beta0.44
PE Ratio (TTM)24.25
EPS (TTM)0.48
Earnings DateJul 25, 2018 - Jul 30, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.21 (1.94%)
Ex-Dividend Date2017-11-21
1y Target Est11.79
  • Reuters8 days ago

    Singapore Airlines to fold SilkAir into it after $75 mln cabin upgrade

    Singapore Airlines Ltd plans to absorb its underperforming regional arm SilkAir after 2020 when a programme to upgrade cabins at a cost of more than S$100 million ($74.5 million) gets underway. The move comes as Singapore Airlines undertakes a three-year transformation programme designed to cut costs and boost revenue amid competition from Chinese and Middle Eastern rivals and low-cost carriers. Singapore Airlines topped market expectations by reporting on Thursday a 148 percent rise in full-year net profit to the highest level since 2011, as passenger and cargo revenue rose and the transformation programme produced early results.

  • Financial Times8 days ago

    [$$] Singapore Airlines to upgrade SilkAir cabins in preparation for merger

    Singapore Airlines has said it will invest more than $100m to upgrade cabins in its regional subsidiary SilkAir that “will ultimately see it merged into SIA”. SilkAir cabins will be upgraded by installing lie-flat seats in business class and seat-back televisions in both business and economy class  starting in 2020 with the merger taking place once a “sufficient number” of aircraft have been upgraded. “Singapore Airlines is one year into our three-year Transformation Programme and today’s announcement is a significant development to provide more growth opportunities and prepare the Group for an even stronger future,” said Singapore Airlines chief executive, Goh Choon Phong.

  • Reuters9 days ago

    Singapore Airlines beats expectations with highest profit in seven years

    Singapore Airlines Ltd on Thursday topped market expectations by reporting a 148 percent rise in full-year net profit to the highest level since 2011, as passenger and cargo revenue rose and it benefited from a transformation programme. A strong fourth quarter marked a turnaround from a year ago, when an operating loss by its flagship full-service airline led the company to launch a three-year transformation programme designed to cut costs and boost revenue amid competition from Chinese and Middle Eastern rivals and low-cost carriers. Singapore Airlines said transformation initiatives including a new revenue management programme, a new airfare pricing structure and the establishment of a centralised pricing unit boosted revenue, while the airline also saved costs via more efficient use of fuel and waste reduction.

  • Singapore Airlines beats expectations with highest profit in seven years
    Reuters9 days ago

    Singapore Airlines beats expectations with highest profit in seven years

    SINGAPORE (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd on Thursday topped market expectations by reporting a 148 percent rise in full-year net profit to the highest level since 2011, as passenger and cargo revenue ...

  • MarketWatch28 days ago

    Will breakfast tacos on flights make people hate flying less?

    How airlines are updating their menus.

  • Forbes29 days ago

    A Day On The Plane: Airbus A350 Ultra-Long-Range Readies For 20-Hour Flights

    Airbus launches the A350-900ULR, the ultra-long-range plane that can fly for nearly 10,000 miles and 20 hours straight.

  • Moody'slast month

    Moody's: Carbon transition risk varies by airline, with international carriers facing higher costs for carbon emissions

    The passenger airline sector will be exposed to new costs from global decarbonization agreements, but the extent of airlines' international networks and their ability to pass through carbon-offset costs will define the credit risk of the transition, Moody's Investors Service says in a new report. "An airline's exposure to carbon transition risks will be affected by a variety of factors, but route mix will be the most important consideration owing to differences in the regulatory regimes governing emissions from domestic and international flights," said Moody's Senior Vice President Swami Venkataraman.

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive - Singapore's Temasek interested in buying into HNA's Hong Kong airlines: source

    Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings has expressed interest in buying into Chinese conglomerate HNA's Hong Kong-based carriers, Hong Kong Airlines and Hong Kong Express Airways, according to a source familiar with the matter. The Singaporean investor would likely emerge as only a minority holder in the Hong Kong airlines, which control valuable slots at Hong Kong's capacity-constrained airport, if a deal is completed, the source said.

  • Is It Time To Sell Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX:C6L) Based Off Its PE Ratio?
    Simply Wall St.last month

    Is It Time To Sell Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX:C6L) Based Off Its PE Ratio?

    Singapore Airlines Limited (SGX:C6L) trades with a trailing P/E of 22.4x, which is higher than the industry average of 10.8x. While this makes C6L appear like a stock to avoidRead More...

  • Reuterslast month

    Exclusive: Tata Group unlikely to bid for Air India as terms too onerous - sources

    NEW DELHI/MUMBAI (Reuters) - India's steel-to-autos conglomerate Tata Group, widely seen as a potential suitor for Air India, is unlikely to consider a bid for the state-run carrier as the government's terms are just too onerous, two sources familiar with the matter said. India, keen to sell the loss-making, debt-ridden airline, finalised plans in late March to divest a 76 percent stake and offload about $5.1 billion of its debt. The winner may also be required to list Air India and would need to abide by conditions designed to safeguard employee interests, restricting its ability to cut staff.

  • Here are the top 10 airlines in the world as ranked by TripAdvisor customers
    CNBC2 months ago

    Here are the top 10 airlines in the world as ranked by TripAdvisor customers

    Only one U.S. airline managed to make the list.

  • India's Vistara orders two more A320neo aircraft to start international operations
    Reuters2 months ago

    India's Vistara orders two more A320neo aircraft to start international operations

    India's Vistara, a joint venture of Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines , said on Wednesday it had ordered two more A320neo aircraft from Airbus to kick-start its international operations. Vistara ...

  • Forbes2 months ago

    Boeing Launches New Midrange 787-10 Dreamliner With Singapore Airlines

    Airline executives should love Boeing's 787-10 for its balance between profitability and efficiency.

  • A Chance for Air India to Lose the Baggage
    Bloomberg2 months ago

    A Chance for Air India to Lose the Baggage

    The government is serious about selling its stake in the flag carrier.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Singapore Airlines to invest $350 mln in cabin equipment for large Dreamliners

    Singapore Airlines Ltd , the world's first carrier to receive the largest version of the Dreamliner jet, said it will invest $350 million to equip an initial 20 of those aircraft with new cabin products. Singapore Airlines is the biggest customer for the Boeing Co 787-10 aircraft with 49 on order. It plans to use the 337-seat plane as the backbone of its medium-haul fleet on flights of up to eight hours, with services to be introduced on flights to Osaka, Japan and Perth, Australia in May.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Singapore Airlines to invest $350 mln in cabin equipment for large Dreamliners

    Singapore Airlines Ltd , the world's first carrier to receive the largest version of the Dreamliner jet, said it will invest $350 million to equip an initial 20 of those aircraft with new cabin products. Singapore Airlines is the biggest customer for the Boeing Co 787-10 aircraft with 49 on order. It plans to use the 337-seat plane as the backbone of its medium-haul fleet on flights of up to eight hours, with services to be introduced on flights to Osaka, Japan and Perth, Australia in May.

  • SIA invests $457.65m in Boeing 787-10 fleet's cabin product installation
    Singapore Business Review2 months ago

    SIA invests $457.65m in Boeing 787-10 fleet's cabin product installation

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) today unveiled the next generation of its regional cabin products, fitted on its new Boeing 787-10 fleet. According to an announcement, the new cabin products feature fully-flat beds and direct aisle access for all Business Class customers, contour backrests with six-way adjustable headrests in Economy Class, and personalised in-flight entertainment (IFE) experience for all customers through myKrisWorld. The launch followed the arrival of the world’s first 787-10 from Boeing’s production facility in North Charleston, South Carolina.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Singapore Airlines says investing $350 mln to equip initial 20 787-10s with new cabin products

    Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Wednesday it would invest $350 million to equip its initial 20 787-10 aircraft with new cabin products after receiving the first of 49 Boeing Co 787-10s on order. Singapore ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Singapore Airlines says investing $350 mln to equip initial 20 787-10s with new cabin products

    SINGAPORE, March 28 (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd said on Wednesday it would invest $350 million to equip its initial 20 787-10 aircraft with new cabin products after receiving the first of 49 Boeing ...

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Boeing completes Dreamliner family with first 787-10 delivery

    Boeing Co delivered its first 787-10 Dreamliner toSingapore Airlines on Sunday, rounding out a family of lightweight jets on which the U.S. planemaker is betting its future. The ceremonial key to the plane was handed to Singapore Airlines Chief Executive Goh Choon Phong on the tarmac at Boeing's South Carolina plant, where the carbon composite jet is built, in front of more than a thousand Boeing workers and guests.

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Boeing completes Dreamliner family with first 787-10 delivery

    Boeing Co (BA.N) delivered its first 787-10 Dreamliner to Singapore Airlines (SIAL.SI) on Sunday, rounding out a family of lightweight jets on which the U.S. planemaker is betting its future. The ceremonial key to the plane was handed to Singapore Airlines Chief Executive Goh Choon Phong on the tarmac at Boeing's South Carolina plant, where the carbon composite jet is built, in front of more than a thousand Boeing workers and guests. Boeing Commercial Airplanes Chief Executive Kevin McAllister hailed the two airlines' 45-year relationship.

  • The Wall Street Journal2 months ago

    [$$] Airlines Conquer Challenges of Long-Haul Flights. Now Can Passengers?

    Now that ultra long-haul flights, like Qantas Airways’ London-to-Perth connection, are possible, airlines and aircraft makers are asking: How can we make them bearable for passengers?

  • Reuters2 months ago

    Israel's El Al to take its row over Saudi airspace to Supreme Court

    As Saudi Arabia opened its airspace for the first time to a commercial flight to Israel, El Al (ELAL.TA) will take its own fight for access to Saudi airspace to the Supreme Court in Israel, officials said on Friday. The historic Air India flight on Thursday ended a 70-year flyover ban for jetliners en route to or from Israel, in what many have taken to be a sign of thawing ties between Israel and Saudi.