Tag: Singapore Airlines Cargo

  • Singapore Airlines Cargo pleads guilty

    Singapore Airlines Cargo became the 20th air carrier to be charged in a massive ongoing global investigation into air cargo price-fixing, the US Justice Department announced. The carrier pleaded guilty in federal court in Washington and agreed to pay...... Read More
  • SIA Cargo sees continued gains

    Singapore Airlines Cargo posted a nine per cent rise in cargo traffic (measured in freight tonne kilometres) in August, compared to the same month a year earlier. Capacity during the same period rose 7.9 per cent, leading to a...... Read More
  • SIA Cargo sponsoring 2010 Youth Olympics

    As part of Singapore Airlines’ sponsorship of the Singapore 2010 Youth Olympic Games, Singapore Airlines Cargo will be flying in horses, timing and scoring equipment and other games-related freight from various cities it serves for for the games to...... Read More
  • Singapore Airlines Cargo loses Oz appeal

    Australia’s Court unanimously dismissed an appeal by Singapore Airlines which sought to challenge the validity of compulsory investigation notices issued by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission. The notices required Singapore Airlines Cargo to produce documents and information as...... Read More
  • SIA starts new freighter service to Atlanta

    Singapore Airlines Cargo has begun a weekly cargo flight to Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport using 747-400 freighter aircraft which will return to Singapore via Europe and the Middle East.... Read More
  • First quarterly loss in six years for SIA

    Singapore Airlines has posted its first quarterly loss since 2003, with a S$307.1 million (US$212.6 million) loss that compared to a S$358.6 million profit in the fiscal first quarter of 2008-09. The global economic downturn, swine flu and unfavorable...... Read More
  • SIA/Emirates ordered to cooperate with investigation

    Singapore Airlines and Emirates have been forced by the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) to cooperate in the ACCC’s investigation into price-fixing after a Federal Court judge ruled that air cargo bound for Australia from overseas was not...... Read More