|Bid||9.09 x 0|
|Ask||9.10 x 0|
|Day's Range||9.01 - 9.10|
|52 Week Range||8.65 - 10.23|
|Beta (3Y Monthly)||0.29|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||15.64|
|Earnings Date||Feb 14, 2020|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.30 (3.30%)|
|1y Target Est||10.78|
Malaysian budget carrier AirAsia Group Bhd said on Monday it would transfer two slots on its Kuala Lumpur-Singapore route, its most profitable, to long-haul sister airline AirAsia X Bhd, which has been struggling financially. The two daily return flights will help AirAsia X deploy its Airbus SE A330s for more hours of the day, allowing it to boost revenue, the carriers said. The services will also give passengers from China, India, Japan and Korea better connections from its Kuala Lumpur hub to Singapore.
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Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines finalised a wide-ranging agreement to codeshare on more routes between the southeast Asian neighbours and elsewhere, the companies said on Wednesday. The cooperation between the carriers, which split out from Malaysia-Singapore Airlines in 1972, comes amid financial trouble at Malaysia Airlines. The deal provides for Singapore Airlines and its unit, SilkAir, to codeshare on 16 domestic locations with Malaysia Airlines, while allowing the former to codeshare on flights to Europe, South Africa, among other destinations.
It very well could take you longer to read this story than it would to ride on the world’s shortest scheduled passenger flight. Loganair, a Scottish regional airline, holds that title thanks to its itinerary between Westray and Papa Westray, two of the Orkney Islands located north of Great Britain. The 10,000-mile nonstop voyage on a Boeing (BA) 787-9 from New York to Sydney will be the world’s longest flight.
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Indian airline Vistara expects to grow its fleet size by over a third by the end of this year as it charts an aggressive expansion plan encouraged by the potential of the fast-growing domestic market, its top executive said. The company expects to end 2019 with 41 aircraft, up from 30 at present and 22 at March-end, Chief Executive Leslie Thng said on Wednesday. The carrier, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Ltd, completed its first international flight to Singapore on Wednesday.
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Singapore Airlines Ltd's budget offshoot Scoot said on Monday it would convert six Airbus SE A320neo orders to the larger A321neo model and lease another 10 A321neos to help meet the airline's growth goals. Scoot, which has 37 A320neo family jets on order, had once planned to take 14 Boeing Co 737-800s from Singapore Airlines regional arm SilkAir.
Singapore Airlines Ltd's budget offshoot Scoot said on Monday it would convert six Airbus SE A320neo orders to the larger A321neo model and lease another 10 A321neos to help meet the airline's growth goals. "The A321neos will inject growth possibilities to our network plans for 2020 and beyond," Scoot CEO Lee Lik Hsin said in a statement. Scoot, which has 37 A320neo family jets on order, had once planned to take 14 Boeing Co 737-800s from Singapore Airlines regional arm SilkAir.
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Indian full-service airline Vistara said on Thursday it would launch its international flights in August, a year later than anticipated, with Singapore as its first destination. The carrier, a joint venture between Tata Sons and Singapore Airlines Ltd, will launch one daily flight from Delhi and one from Mumbai to the city-state, a popular destination for Indian travellers. The loss-making Vistara airline has said the launch of international flights, which will give it greater scale to grow, is part of its path to profitability.
Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines have signed a preliminary agreement to explore a wide-ranging strategic partnership that could include more codeshares as well as cargo and aircraft maintenance, the companies said on Thursday. The cooperation between the airlines, which split out from Malaysia-Singapore Airlines in 1972, comes amid financial trouble at Malaysia Airlines. The Malaysian government is considering whether to shut, sell or refinance the loss-making national carrier, Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad said in March.