You asked: Where is Singapore Airlines based?

Which airlines own Singapore Airlines?

Singapore Airlines Group

  • Silk Air (100%, since 1989)
  • Singapore Airlines Cargo (100%, since 2001 – became a division of Singapore Airlines on 01-Apr-2018)
  • Budget Aviation Holdings (100%) Tiger Airways Holdings, trading as Scoot as of 25-Jul-2017 following Tigerair and Scoot merger (100%, since Mar-2016)

Where is Singapore Airlines corporate office?

How many planes does SIA have?

This trend has continued into the 21st century, with SIA being a loyal customer to Boeing and Airbus. Today, Singapore Airlines operates a fleet of 143 aircraft, all but one type of which are widebodies. The most popular aircraft in Singapore’s fleet is the A350, of which it is the largest operator with 56 examples.

Does Singapore Airlines still fly A380?

But although airlines including Lufthansa and Air France have retired their superjumbos, carriers such as Singapore Airlines and British Airways, as well as Emirates, Qantas and All Nippon Airways, remain committed to the A380. Check out our guide on where to fly on a superjumbo here.

Is Singapore airline a private company?

Singapore Airlines is majority-owned by Singapore government investment and holding company Temasek Holdings which holds 56% of voting stock.

Subsidiaries.

Company Singapore Airlines Cargo Pte Ltd
Type Subsidiary
Principal activities Cargo Airline
Incorporated in Singapore
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How many A380 does Singapore Airlines have?

Current fleet

Aircraft In service Orders
Airbus A350-900 49 11
Airbus A350-900ULR 7
Airbus A380-800 17

Is Singapore Airlines part of an alliance?

Being part of the Star Alliance network means Singapore Airlines customers can enjoy: Through check-in, joint ticketing, joint check-in and baggage facilities, co-location of partners, and connection teams at key airports to provide a smoother travel experience.

How safe is Singapore Airlines?

These initiatives and our unwavering commitment to safeguarding the well-being of our customers and crew have been recognised with a ‘Diamond’ rating in the APEX Health Safety audit and 5-star rating in the Skytrax Covid-19 Airline Safety Audit.