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Here’s what SIA and Scoot are doing as Singapore imposes strict travel rules to restrict spread of coronavirus
Starting Monday night, travellers who are residents of Asean countries - including domestic helpers - will need to have sought approval before leaving for Singapore. The only exceptions are Singaporeans and Malaysians travelling from Malaysia via land and sea checkpoints.
While airline travel is often associated with delays and cancellations, these airlines were the most on-time for 2019.
Singapore Airlines is only the 9th most punctual airline in the world – and another South-east Asian carrier is #1
Singapore's Changi Airport was ranked 3rd under the "mega airport" category, below Moscow's Sheremetyevo and Tokyo's Haneda.
We spoke to Singapore Airlines’ top sommelier to see why the glitzy airline spends $30 million each year on wine and champagne
The airline's legendary first class is known for offering both Dom Perignon and Krug champagne. It's also stocking a third: Tattinger.
Singapore-based Shopee is still the number one brand Malaysians recommend to their family and friends: YouGov
For the second year running, Shopee's viral marketing campaigns and constant shopping promotions have won over the hearts of consumers, YouGov's head of data products Ervin Ha said.
SIA just lost another ‘world’s best airline’ title – this time to Air New Zealand, with its excellent passenger reviews
While SIA scored highly, the kiwi airline's excellent passenger feedback helped it claim the title of airline of the year.
More Singapore travellers are booking premium economy – and prices are now S$600 cheaper on some routes: report
Fares for "value destinations" such as Kota Kinabalu in Malaysia and Japan's Fukuoka were cheaper by up to 20% in 2019.
The consumer aviation website Skytrax announced its 2019 ranking of the best airlines in the world in June.
The temporary KrisFlyer Gold Lounge at T3 is run by dnata’s marhaba – and it’s open to members of various programmes including NUSS ...
You don't have to be a KrisFlyer member to eat and relax at the airport lounge it uses in T3 - but you do have to be a member of one of these clubs/programmes.
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.