Singapore Airlines to Launch Low-Cost Airline

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has ideas for a low-cost airline in the pipeline. A new no-frills, lost-cost carrier operating medium and long-haul routes is scheduled to debut within a year. The airline will be wholly owned by Singapore Airlines, but will be operated and managed separately from SIA.

Stay tuned as more details are announced.


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