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Singapore Airlines and Malaysia Airlines plan to code-share on more routes, including Europe and South Africa

The agreement will also include SilkAir and Scoot, as well as Firefly.

Passport data of 30 million Malindo and Lion Air customers leaked: here’s what we know

Both airlines assured customers they did not store payment details on their servers.

Booked a flight to Busan on SilkAir for the year-end? You’ll probably fly on Singapore Airlines instead

SIA will increase its Busan service seat capacity by 76% with the move.

A Seattle musician made a song using sounds recorded on SIA’s A350 plane – and the result is genius

The new music track includes a recording of a mid-flight announcement by a Singapore Girl.
The Embraer 145.

I flew on the Embraer 145, one of American Airlines’ smallest jets — and now I’m a huge fan

I recently flew on a Brazilian-made Embraer 145, a small regional jet. The 145 is a nifty plane that genuinely impressed me.

‘Like saying a budget hotel should charge the same as a 5-star hotel’: Tony Fernandes lashes out after AirAsia ordered to pay RM40m in air...

Fernandes said AirAsia "will continue to fight the battle on behalf of all Malaysians and travellers to Malaysia".
The aftermath of a a Pan-Am plane colliding with a KLM Jumbo in 1977, when 583 people were killed.

The Boeing 737 Max crisis could mark a seismic shift for the aviation industry. Here are the other disasters that have changed the way we fly.

Two fatal crashes involving Boeing's 737 Max planes could change the US or global aviation industry in the way fatal crashes have done so before.
In a series of interviews with Business Insider, numerous experts have questioned Boeing's handling of the 737 Max crisis.

Boeing’s response to the 737 Max crisis confused and frightened people, making it hard to believe its apologies, experts say

Experts told Business Insider that Boeing's handling of the response to the two fatal 737 Max crashes has left more questions than answers.

SIA reports 47.5% drop in profits despite record revenues, passenger loads

The dip was due mainly to higher fuel prices as well as costs incurred in preparation for SilkAir's merger with the parent airline.