C6L.SI - Singapore Airlines Limited

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
11.36
-0.02 (-0.18%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous Close11.38
Open11.44
Bid10.72 x 0
Ask10.73 x 0
Day's Range11.25 - 11.44
52 Week Range9.66 - 11.50
Volume1,324,100
Avg. Volume1,448,187
Market Cap13.434B
BetaN/A
PE Ratio (TTM)23.57
EPS (TTM)0.48
Earnings DateMay 17, 2018
Forward Dividend & Yield0.00 (0.00%)
Ex-Dividend Date2016-11-11
1y Target Est11.55
  • Fierce competition remains a fact for Singapore Airlines:...
    CNBC Videos6 days ago

    Fierce competition remains a fact for Singapore Airlines:...

    Singapore Airlines is doing better but competition remains fierce across all segments, says Brendan Sobie of CAPA Centre for Aviation.

  • Singapore Airlines has hedged a 'significant' portion of ...
    CNBC Videos6 days ago

    Singapore Airlines has hedged a 'significant' portion of ...

    Singapore Airlines is close to a 50 percent hedge on fuel prices, helping the bottom line, says Mohshin Aziz of Maybank Investment Bank.

  • SIA's passenger load factor dips 0.1 ppt to 81.1% in January
    Singapore Business Review5 days ago

    SIA's passenger load factor dips 0.1 ppt to 81.1% in January

    It is balancing yields against loads amidst price pressures. Singapore Airlines' (SIA) passenger load factor (PLF) dipped by 0.1 ppt YoY to 81.1% in January, as it tried to balance yields against loads ...

  • SIA's profit rose by 61.6% to $286.1m in Q3
    Singapore Business Review6 days ago

    SIA's profit rose by 61.6% to $286.1m in Q3

    Higher operating profit of $330m boosted the increase. Singapore Airlines (SIA) reported that its profit attributable to owners of the company increased by 61.6% YoY, from $177.2m in the third quarter ...

  • Singapore Airlines posts 62 percent surge in third-quarter net profit, sees tough market
    Reuters6 days ago

    Singapore Airlines posts 62 percent surge in third-quarter net profit, sees tough market

    Singapore Airlines posted a 62 percent jump in quarterly profit, its best third-quarter earnings in seven years, but forecast challenging market conditions due to rising fuel prices and aggressive competition from rivals. Operating profit rose 13 percent to S$330 million during the quarter as growing passenger numbers and higher cargo revenue offset a decline in ticket prices and higher fuel costs. The airline, like Hong Kong-based rival Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd, has been undertaking a transformation programme designed to cut costs and to boost revenue amid competition from Chinese and Middle Eastern rivals and low-cost carriers.

  • Reuters6 days ago

    Singapore Airlines posts 62 pct jump in Q3 net profit

    SINGAPORE, Feb 13 (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd reported on Tuesday a 62 percent rise in third-quarter net profit as growing passenger numbers and higher cargo revenue offset a decline in ticket prices ...

  • Flightglobal11 days ago

    DATA SNAPSHOT: Flight Fleets Analyzer highlights the firm-order status for the 787-10

    Boeing s third and largest Dreamliner, the 787-10, will debut soon with Singapore Airlines. We examine the firm-order status for the big twin with data from Flight Fleets Analyzer. Catch up with all the latest news from the Singapore air show here.

  • Flightglobal13 days ago

    SINGAPORE: SIA, UTC extend A380 component support deal

    UTC Aerospace Systems and Singapore Airlines have extended their asset management and repair services agreement covering the carrier s Airbus A380s by a further 15 years.

  • Flightglobal14 days ago

    SINGAPORE: UTAS commits to support SIA's growth

    UTC Aerospace Systems and Singapore Airlines have been long-term partners in Asia, and the relationship continues to evolve and grow.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    AIRSHOW-Southeast Asian airlines look to non-stop U.S. flights despite profit challenges

    Vietnam Airlines JSC will struggle to be profitable on non-stop flights between Vietnam and the United States due to a lack of demand from business travellers, but it may launch them anyway as early as next year, the carrier's CEO said on Monday. Duong Tri Thanh, and his counterparts at other state-controlled Southeast Asian carriers such as Thai Airways International PCL and Malaysia Airlines, are trying to balance government desires for growth with what is best for the airlines' financial health in a competitive market.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    AIRSHOW-Southeast Asian airlines look to non-stop U.S. flights despite profit challenges

    Vietnam Airlines JSC will struggle to be profitable on non-stop flights between Vietnam and the United States due to a lack of demand from business travellers, but it may launch them anyway as early as next year, the carrier's CEO said on Monday. Duong Tri Thanh, and his counterparts at other state-controlled Southeast Asian carriers such as Thai Airways International PCL and Malaysia Airlines, are trying to balance government desires for growth with what is best for the airlines' financial health in a competitive market.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    Singapore Airlines plans blockchain tech for frequent flyer spending

    Singapore Airlines plans to use blockchain technology to give its frequent flyers a new way to spend their accumulated miles, it said on Monday. The company said a digital wallet app for its KrisFlyer loyalty programme would be launched in about six months and it would be signing up retail partners in the Singapore market to begin with. "I think we are the first airline to do it," Chief Executive Goh Choon Phong told the Singapore Airshow Aviation Leadership Summit, a gathering of aviation leaders on the eve of Asia's largest air show.

  • Reuters14 days ago

    AIRSHOW-Singapore Airlines plans blockchain tech for frequent flyer spending

    Singapore Airlines plans to use blockchain technology to give its frequent flyers a new way to spend their accumulated miles, it said on Monday. The company said a digital wallet app for its KrisFlyer loyalty programme would be launched in about six months and it would be signing up retail partners in the Singapore market to begin with.

  • SIA's profits to soar up to 74% in Q3: UOB Kay Hian
    Singapore Business Review18 days ago

    SIA's profits to soar up to 74% in Q3: UOB Kay Hian

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) will report its Q3 results on 13 February, and strong performance for the quarter is expected to lift its profits by up to 74% YoY, UOB Kay Hian said. According to a forecast, the firm could be boosted by higher profits from its parent airline and SIA Cargo. Pax loads rose by 3% YoY for the parent airline as traffic growth continued to outpace capacity due to stronger passenger demand during the year-end peak period.

  • SIA's net profit projected to rise 84.17% to $663m in 2018
    Singapore Business Review19 days ago

    SIA's net profit projected to rise 84.17% to $663m in 2018

    Its flagship passenger segment remains the top profit source. DBS Group Research reported a forecast of Singapore Airlines (SIA)’s net profit, rising by 84.17% YoY to $663m in 2018. SIA previously had ...

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Singapore Airlines to boost digital investment to improve revenue, cut costs

    Singapore Airlines Ltd will invest "hundreds of millions" of dollars in digital technology over several years as part of a broader transformation designed to remain competitive against global rivals, its chief executive said on Monday. The investment is aimed at boosting revenue and reducing maintenance costs and travel delays, CEO Goh Choon Phong told media, adding that the carrier would tie up with four Singapore research agencies. "Competition has become much more intense and we are very mindful that we need to reinvent ourselves and find new ways to distinguish (Singapore Airlines) from others in order to stay ahead of our competition," he said.

  • Reuters21 days ago

    Singapore Airlines to boost digital investment to improve revenue, cut costs

    Singapore Airlines Ltd will invest "hundreds of millions" of dollars in digital technology over several years as part of a broader transformation designed to remain competitive against global rivals, its chief executive said on Monday. The investment is aimed at boosting revenue and reducing maintenance costs and travel delays, CEO Goh Choon Phong told media, adding that the carrier would tie up with four Singapore research agencies. "Competition has become much more intense and we are very mindful that we need to reinvent ourselves and find new ways to distinguish (Singapore Airlines) from others in order to stay ahead of our competition," he said.

  • Singapore Airlines Taps Workers for Ideas to Boost Efficiency
    Bloomberg21 days ago

    Singapore Airlines Taps Workers for Ideas to Boost Efficiency

    Singapore Airlines Ltd., the premium carrier that’s undergoing a business revamp to fend off competition from Gulf airlines and budget operators, is turning to its employees for ideas.

  • Flightglobal26 days ago

    ​PICTURE: SIA set to receive first 787-10 in March

    Singapore Airlines expects to take delivery of its first Boeing 787-10 in March, the carrier confirms.

  • SIA to deliver new aircrafts in 2018
    Singapore Business Review27 days ago

    SIA to deliver new aircrafts in 2018

    The new aircrafts will be used for non-stop flights to New York and Los Angeles. CIMB reported that Singapore Airlines (SIA) will deliver new-generation aircrafts this year. New generation of A380s will ...

  • Flightglobal28 days ago

    FAA approves 787-10 for airworthiness

    Singapore Airlines can take delivery of the first Boeing 787-10 on schedule after the US Federal Aviation Administration approved an amended type certificate, the manufacturer announced on 22 January.

  • SIA Group's passenger load factor up 1.8ppt to 84.7% in December
    Singapore Business Reviewlast month

    SIA Group's passenger load factor up 1.8ppt to 84.7% in December

    Overall cargo load factor rose 1.9ppt, with growth in cargo traffic of 4.3% against a capacity increase of 1.5%. Singapore Airlines (SIA) Group airlines' passenger load factor (PLF) improved 1.8ppt to ...

  • Reuterslast month

    Tata, Singapore Airlines may assess bid for Air India: Vistara CEO

    India's Tata Group and Singapore Airlines are open to potentially bidding for the indebted carrier Air India, a top official at a joint venture owned by the firms said on Friday. Air India, which was founded in the 1930s by the Tata Group and nationalised in 1953, is saddled with a debt of $8.5 billion. Leslie Thng, chief executive of Vistara, a carrier launched jointly by the Tata Group and Singapore Airlines in 2015, said in response to a question at a news conference that the companies were "open to evaluating" a potential bid for Air India.

  • Forbes2 months ago

    Singapore Air A380 Beats Blizzard, Safely Lands At Small Airfield

    A Singapore Airlines A380 and its pilots made a perfect landing in the snow, even when diverted from New York's JFK to much smaller Stewart Airport.

  • CNBC2 months ago

    World's biggest passenger jet forced to land at small New York airport thanks to blizzard

    A Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 was diverted to Stewart International Airport.