Airhostesses inside a plane of Singapore Airlines in South Carolina, US. File/Reuters
Singapore Airlines warned passenger capacity may remain at less than half of pre-pandemic levels by its March 2021 year-end after slumping to a S$1.12 billion ($817 million) first-quarter net loss due to a sharp decline in demand.
The neighbours are also putting in place travel arrangements for their residents who hold long-term immigration passes for business and work in the other country, their foreign ministries said in a joint statement.
Singapore Airlines said it had secured up to S$19 billion ($13 billion) of funding to help see it through the coronavirus crisis and expand afterward, in a sign of confidence travel demand will eventually return.
The real estate market in Dubai is experiencing robust activity nowadays, especially on quality projects that meet UAE buyers and investors’ aspirations and huge demands. This was revealed by Islam Ahmed Suleiman, CEO, Reportage Properties to the media on Wednesday. He mentioned that his company has announced
Al Bandar Rotana, a five-star hotel with a prime waterfront outlook, recorded robust occupancy growth during summer holidays and first half of the year. “We are very proud of our hotel performance for the first half of the year, and we are positive that we can keep the momentum till the end of the year. The impressive
During a recent field visit to South Africa, NAMA Women Advancement (NAMA) reviewed both the achievements and challenges of its “Stimulating Equal Opportunities for Women Entrepreneurs” flagship programme, launched in the country in partnership with UN Women in 2018 to remove structural barriers to
China’s factory-gate inflation eased in July to a 17-month low, defying global cost pressures as slower domestic construction weighed on raw material demand, although consumer price increases hit a two-year high as pork supplies tightened. The producer price index (PPI) rose 4.2% year-on-year, the National Bureau of