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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 23 Juil 2009 - 11:10

Bonjour

Pour faire le lien avec le message de Sevrien sur le sujet 787

http://www.businesstraveller.com/news/sia-to-refurbish-b777-aircraft


SIA to refurbish B777 aircraft
Published: 16/07/2009 - Filed under: News »

Singapore Airlines is to begin re-fitting several of its Boeing 777-300 aircraft with new first and business class seating later this month.

A total of seven B777-300s will be fitted with “the airline’s most recent cabin offerings”, including new seats in business and first class, improvements to the economy class product, and in-flight entertainment enhancements.

First class will see the current 18 seats replaced with eight fully-flat beds in a 1-2-1 configuration (each with a width of 35 inches), the same product currently available on the carrier's B777-300ER aircraft (see below).

Business class will see the same seat recently introduced on SIA's new A330-300 aircraft (see online news January 2), and will feature a leather lie-flat seat with six-way adjustable headrest and lumbar support.

The economy class cabin will also benefit from refurbishment, with new seat covers designed by Givenchy. In-flight entertainment enhancements will include audio visual on demand in all classes, as well as larger screens in business (15.4 inches) and first class (23 inches).

The first refurbished aircraft will operate on the Singapore-Sydney service (flights SQ231 and SQ232) from July 22, with routes to Dubai, Shanghai, Riyadh and Istanbul due to follow later in the year.

Note that SIA’s B777-300 aircraft are not be confused with the carrier’s B777-300ER fleet, which operate on routes including London-Singapore. These aircraft feature the airline’s spacious fully-flat business class product which is configured 1-2-1 across.


Report by Mark Caswell


Comme l’indique Sevrien, il s’agit effectivement des 777-300 non ER, des avions (initialement 12) livrés à partir de 1998.

art_way
Whisky Charlie

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Message par art_way le Jeu 3 Sep 2009 - 14:56

Singapore Airlines defers delivery of eight A380s
By Siva Govindasamy

Singapore Airlines has reached an agreement with Airbus to defer the
delivery of eight Airbus A380s that it has on order, by between six
months and a year.The Star Alliance member, the launch customer
for the aircraft, has taken delivery of nine A380s. It will receive two
more in the fiscal year that ends 31 March 2010 as scheduled.Under
the revised delivery schedule, however, Airbus will deliver the 12th
aircraft in October 2010 rather than April 2010. SIA will receive its
last and 19th aircraft in January 2012 rather than January 2011. The
airline has another 21 A380s on option."This move will help Singapore Airlines to better match capacity to demand during the downturn," says SIA.It
adds that it is satisfied with the operational and commercial
performance of its A380s, which were launched on the Singapore-Sydney
route nearly two years ago.SIA flies the A380 twice a day to
London, and daily to Sydney, Tokyo, Paris and Hong Kong, and starting
from 29 September to Melbourne as well.

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/09/03/331832/singapore-airlines-defers-delivery-of-eight-a380s.html

pascal83
Whisky Quebec

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Message par pascal83 le Mer 16 Sep 2009 - 15:30

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/09/16/332362/sias-a380-fleet-size-surpasses-747-400-with-latest.html

SIA a maintenant plus d'A380 en activité que de 747-400 et compte fin d'année 2010/2011 retirer totalement les B 747-400.
Une petite larme

art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par art_way le Mer 16 Sep 2009 - 15:41

pascal83 a écrit:http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2009/09/16/332362/sias-a380-fleet-size-surpasses-747-400-with-latest.html

SIA a maintenant plus d'A380 en activité que de 747-400 et compte fin d'année 2010/2011 retirer totalement les B 747-400.
Une petite larme

Salut Pascal83,

Oui c'est cool, surtout qu'il y a un vol SIA de FRA pour NYC en 747-400. Vivement l'arrivée du A380.


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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 29 Oct 2009 - 9:50

Bonjour à tous

Un point du CEO sur la situation actuellement perçue par SIA

http://www.atwonline.com/news/other.html?issueDate=10%2F29%2F2009


Singapore Airlines CEO Chew Choon Seng believes the traffic downturn largely has bottomed out. Speaking to ATWOnline at this week's Star Alliance event in Newark, Chew cited "signs. . .that market demand has stabilized," adding that SIA has observed that some corporations are easing their travel policies. But he noted that "all of us have lost two years of growth" and "the fact of the matter is that the G20 countries are not out of the woods yet." Discussing the collapse in airfreight, which has hit Asia/Pacific airlines particularly hard, he said it is too soon to say whether it portends a structural or cyclical change in that segment of the business. SIA has parked only one of its 13 747-400Fs, while some others are "doing useful charter work carrying F1 race cars," he said, smiling. SIA has no plans to add any freighters.

La situation se stabilise globalement. la crise a effacé deux années de croissance

Au plan du fret, il est trop pour savoir si le niveaux de traffic constatés sont dus au cycle économique ou s'ils reflétent un changement de fond plus important.


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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 11 Nov 2009 - 22:04

Bonsoir,

Quelques nouvelles financières :

http://www.atwonline.com/news/story.html?storyID=18456


SIA suffers heavy loss but sees demand 'gradually recovering'
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Singapore Airlines reported a S$158.8 million ($114.4 million) loss in its fiscal second quarter ended Sept. 30, reversed from a S$323.8 million profit in the year-ago period, but said that "advanced bookings indicate that demand for air travel has stopped declining and is gradually recovering."

Group revenue fell 29.6% year-over-year to S$3.08 billion against a 21.3% cut in expenses to S$3.26 billion. Operating result swung to a S$181.4 million loss from a S$231.7 million profit in the three months ended Sept. 30, 2008.

The SQ airline unit suffered a S$157 million operating loss in the quarter and now is S$428 million in the red through the half-year, a figure that includes a S$400 million fuel hedging loss. It reported a S$495 million profit in the year-ago semester. SIA Engineering made S$47 million in the six months ended Sept. 30, SIA Cargo lost S$193 million and SilkAir lost S$5 million.

Second-quarter passenger numbers fell 13.6% year-over-year to 4.2 million as RPKs sank 11.8% to 21.25 billion. Capacity was cut 12.4% to 26.69 billion ASKs, lifting load factor 0.5 point to 79.6%. Yield plunged 23.4% to S$9.8 cents and unit cost improved 8.4% to S$8.7 cents. Cargo load factor rose 2.1 points to 62.9% but carriage was down 15.4% and yield plummeted 32.5% to S$28.7 cents. "For the northern winter schedule, flight frequencies will continue to be adjusted to match demand," the company said.

SIA took delivery of four A380-800s and four A330-300s during the semester while decommissioning three 747-400s. The operating fleet comprised nine 747-400s, 77 777s, 10 A380-800s, eight A330-300s and five A340-500s as of Sept. 30.

Looking ahead, SIA said that "market conditions allow for some rollback of promotional pricing but yields are unlikely to get back to pre-crisis levels within the next six months."


by Brian Straus

Toujours le problème principal du "Yield" qui diminue et qui risque de rester bas encore pendant 6 mois.

A noter les pertes sur les fuels hedge importantes

Bonne soirée


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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 5 Fév 2010 - 8:56

Bonjour à tous

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/02/05/338089/sia-outlines-plans-for-retrofitted-777-200s.html



SIA outlines plans for retrofitted 777-200s
By Leithen Francis

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has decided to retrofit 11 of its Boeing 777-200s that mostly operate on routes to China and India.

The Star Alliance carrier says the 11 777-200s will be refitted with a new interior that draws on elements from SIA's Airbus A330s, Airbus A380s and Boeing 777-300ERs.

It says the first retrofitted 777 will appears on the Singapore-Shanghai route on 23 February and the other 777s will be progressively introduced between April and August.

The other routes that will use these 777s are from Singapore to: Beijing, Mumbai, Delhi, Bangalore, Hong Kong and Chennai.



Modernisation des 777-200 de SIA
Ils sont utilisés à l'échelle régionale.
11 Avions concernés
Le déploiement début ce mois

Plus de détail ici
http://www.singaporeair.com/mediacentre/pacontent/news/NE_0510.jsp


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mar 11 Mai 2010 - 21:24

Bonsoir !

SIA et Airbus (Et RR) tout va pour le mieux ...
Airbus überalles !

------------------ En French de Air Journal, L'Article !------------
http://www.air-journal.fr/2010-05-11-singapore-airlines-utilise-plus-da380-que-de-b747-56031.html

Singapore Airlines utilise plus d’A380 que de B747

Par François Duclos Mardi 11 mai 2010, 11:30

La compagnie aérienne Singapore Airlines vient de franchir un cap historique: elle fait désormais voler plus d’Airbus A380 que de Boeing 747.

Singapore Airlines, première compagnie aérienne au monde à avoir reçu l’avion géant d’Airbus il y a deux ans et demi, en utilise désormais 10 sur les 19 qu’elle a commandés, soit un de plus que de Boeing 747. La compagnie fut pourtant l’un des plus gros utilisateurs de l’appareil américain. Mais pour son vice-président Mark Swee Wah, l’A380 continue de fasciner le public – et de plaire aux personnels navigants en raison de son espace et de son silence – tout en permettant à Singapore d’atteindre de très forts taux de remplissage dans toutes les classes. Et les « superjumbos » d’Airbus ont enregistré un taux de disponibilité supérieur à 98% sur les quelques 7800 trajets et 75 000 heures de vol qu’ils ont effectué depuis la première livraison en octobre 2007 à la compagnie membre de Star Alliance..

Singapore Airlines utilise aujourd’hui l’A380 entre Singapour et Paris, Londres, Sydney, Melbourne et Tokyo, ainsi que vers Zurich depuis cette année, de même que pour le vol de quatre heures en direction de Hong Kong. Pour les futures destinations, Singapore attend de voir comment la crise financière se dissipe avant de se prononcer.

Les avions d’Airbus ont d’ailleurs la cote avec Singapore: elle a mis en service 13 des 19 A330 commandés, et continue à utiliser l’A340 sur les routes les plus longues, entre Singapour et Los Angeles ou New York, où la durée de vol peut atteindre 19 heures

JPRS

art_way
Whisky Charlie

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Message par art_way le Ven 10 Déc 2010 - 14:23

SIA modifies Trent 900s to latest variant
By Ghim-Lay Yeo

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is modifying some Rolls-Royce Trent 900 engines to the latest "C mod", following the 4 November uncontained engine failure on a Qantas Airways A380 that has been linked to earlier variants of the powerplant.The Star Alliance carrier is in the process of modifying all the "A mod" variants of its Trent 900s to the "C mod" and will eventually modify the "B mod" variants as well, say sources familiar with the matter.Industry sources say that the cause behind the Qantas engine failure - an axial misalignment of the counter-boring in the stub pipe of the engine - was limited to earlier variants of the Trent 900."The priority is to make sure you have no 'A mods'," says one of the sources.SIA's spokesman says the engines are covered under TotalCare agreements that the carrier has signed with Rolls-Royce, indicating that the modifications will be paid for by the engine manufacturer.Asked if the carrier will seek compensation from Rolls-Royce for losses resulting from taking aircraft out of service for the changes, the spokesman says: "The priority at this point is managing the situation from an operational standpoint and ensuring that flights are not disrupted."Qantas indicated last week that it could commence legal action against Rolls-Royce to recover losses from the grounding of its A380 fleet in the wake of the engine failure."If compensation discussions needs to take place, they will take place at the appropriate time," adds SIA's spokesman.Rolls-Royce's spokeswoman, when contacted, says: "It is not true that we knew about a problem in the A and B versions of the engine and went on to correct it in the C version. There has been no design change relevant to this failure between A, B and C versions of the engine."

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2010/12/10/350822/sia-modifies-trent-900s-to-latest-variant.html

Beochien, tu peux demander à SIA la différence entre les modèles A,B et C Ils doivent la connaitre..


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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Ven 10 Déc 2010 - 15:00

Oui Art Way bien intéressant !
Une pièce de plus au Puzzle !

Dommage que je ne connaisse personne à la SIA !
Et sûr qu'ils ont dû signer pas mal de papier avec RR du côté des accords Total Care, et en particulier les "No disclosure" clause qui les tiennent amarrés à une certaine discrétion, comme Qantas d'ailleurs !

Donc la vérité filtrera peut être, mais par tout petits grains !
Qu'il ne faut pas louper ... et ça, on s'en occupe, ici comme ailleurs Twisted Evil Twisted Evil Twisted Evil !

JPRS

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Beochien le Ven 10 Déc 2010 - 15:24

Exemple type : Fin du lien de Art Way !

Rolls-Royce's spokeswoman, when contacted, says: "It is not true that we knew about a problem in the A and B versions of the engine and went on to correct it in the C version. There has been no design change relevant to this failure between A, B and C versions of the engine."

Il n'est pas vrai que nous ayons eu connaissance de problèmes dans les versions A et B et que nous les ayons corrigé avec la version C !
Sûr ce n'était qu'une question esthétique ou industrielle ! clown

Il n'y a eu aucun changement de désign concernant cette panne entre les versions A, B et la version C !
Ça ont les crois volontiers RR, c'est effectivement le changement de version qui a fait re-désigner le circuit fautif, et, plutôt une conséquence de leurs interventions sur les boites à roulements et des butées d'axe**!
**Dans la ligne de mire de l'EASA depuis peut être 18 mois (Qui se souvient aussi des copeaux de métal trouvés (Magnet) dans l'huile et ayant obligé à une dépose "Moteur") ! Twisted Evil

A la prochaine, ça avance !

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Beochien le Mar 4 Jan 2011 - 11:51

Bonjour !

SIA - Virgin atlantic ...

Le nouveau patron de SIA, Goh Choon Phong, veut régler la question une bonne foi et vendre ses 49%, et, comme ce n'est pas lui qui a acheté, ce sera plus facile !
SIA qui commence à sentir la pression des low cost Asiatiques, et bientôt des A380 qui vont finir par arriver en rangs serrés dans la région ... des temps de guerre qui se profilent !

Un long article de Business-Week, et de possibles candidats qui émergent dont Delta..; aux 49%, ou à un peu plus si c'est possible !

---------- De Business Week, le lien et 2 extraits!--------------

http://www.businessweek.com/news/2011-01-03/singapore-air-new-ceo-may-shed-virgin-atlantic-stake.html

Dec. 31 (Bloomberg) -- Singapore Airlines Ltd.’s Goh Choon Phong, who takes over as chief executive officer tomorrow, may shed the last major remains of the carrier’s global expansion strategy as he confronts rising competition in Asia.

Goh, 47, may get offers for the airline’s 49 percent stake in Virgin Atlantic after the U.K. carrier said this month it had received tie-up inquiries. Outgoing CEO Chew Choon Seng called the investment “underperforming” two years ago and has said the airline would consider a sale.
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“SIA isn’t in a hurry to sell, but if they get a fair price they will,” he said. “Virgin hasn’t provided any significant synergies over the years.”

Delta Air Lines Inc. and Middle East airlines are among carriers exploring a Virgin tie-up, Sky News reported this month, without saying where it got the information from. Singapore Air’s stake complicates a deal as local ownership rules limit non-European investors to minority stakes.

“Either Singapore Air sells or Branson loses effective control by selling part of his stake,” said Andrew Miller, chief executive officer of CAPA Consulting LLC, which advises airlines.
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JPRS

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

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Message par aeroduO5 le Jeu 13 Jan 2011 - 16:11

Oui ce serait une bonne opération pour Delta.
En plus ils doivent recommencer à avoir du cash.
Surtout Virgin Atlantic ferait un très bon partenaire pour Skyteam.
Ils serviraient plus à Skyteam qu'à Star Alliance.

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Beochien le Jeu 17 Mar 2011 - 20:40


art_way
Whisky Charlie

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Message par art_way le Ven 13 Mai 2011 - 9:46


Singapore Airlines wird bis im März 2012 alle 19 bestellten Airbus A380 Superjumbos im regulären Flugbetrieb haben.

http://www.fliegerweb.com/airliner/news/artikel.php?show=news-7480

Bonjour,

Ne pensez vous pas que SIA va commander des 380 au Bourget puisqu'en 2012 les 19 seront en service ?


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aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

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Message par aeroduO5 le Ven 13 Mai 2011 - 19:15

Ca dépend s'ils en ont besoin.
L'A380 sert sur leurs routes les plus prestigieuses, mais 19 machines, c'est déjà pas mal.
Je pense qu'ils en re-commanderont mais pas forcément tout de suite.
Peut-être attendre 1 an ou 2 que la capacité soit bien absorbée.

art_way
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par art_way le Ven 20 Mai 2011 - 17:12


Singapore Airlines' remaining A380s to have 409 seats

Singapore Airlines is to reduce the seating density on its remaining Airbus A380s by 13%, slashing the economy-class cabin in favour of more business-class accommodation.

The airline is to fit just 409 seats in the eight outstanding A380s which it has on order.

Singapore Airlines' in-service fleet of 11 A380s are configured with 471 seats. These comprise 12 first-class and 60 business-class seats, plus an economy cabin seating 399.

But a spokesman for SIA confirms that while the 12 first-class suites will stay, the business-class seating will be increased to 86 in the eight aircraft yet to be delivered.

The economy-class seating will be cut back to 311 seats.

SIA has not detailed the precise layout of the aircraft but its current 471-seat A380s have 311 economy seats on the lower deck, which could indicate that the 88 upper-deck economy seats will be replaced by 26 business-class seats - giving the A380 an all-business upper deck.

This reconfiguration will also mean SIA will operate one of the lowest-density A380s in the global fleet. Only Korean Air has fewer seats, having declared a 407-seat layout for its A380s, the first of which will be handed over on 26 May.

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/05/20/357018/singapore-airlines-remaining-a380s-to-have-409-seats.html

KAL a fait réfléchir SIA on dirait...


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Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 23 Mai 2011 - 11:57

Mer Artway

C'est intéressant à plus d'un titre:

- A priori pas besoin de faire du volume en fond de cabine pour rentabiliser l'avion ... c'est donc un avion économique
- 26 biz coûtent 88 places éco ... (1 siège biz pour 3.3 sièges éco)
- si on compare cette config de 409 (12/86/311)places dont la répartition en % est 2.9%F /21%Biz /76% Eco on ne tombe pas si loin de la config LHA pour le 747-8 à 386 places (8/80/298) et 2.1% F / 20.7% Biz / 77.2% Eco.
A peine 5% d'écart en total PAX. C'est peu pour une machine sensée être plus grosse
Cela dit les concurrent du secteurs sont majoritairement en A380 également, le 747-400ER étant c'est sûr nettement plus ancien




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macintosh
Whisky Quebec

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Message par macintosh le Lun 23 Mai 2011 - 19:58

Bonsoir Poncho,
Je ne suis pas sûr que l'on puisse comparer les configs entre LH sur 748 et SQ sur 388. Si on compare le 748 et le 388 sur LH, on voit qu'ils ont le même nombre de F (Cool, respectivement 80 et 98 C et respectivement 298 et 420 Y. Soit essentiellement +18 C +122 Y, ce qui fait quand même un écart substantiel. Par contre, entre les deux configs LH, les pourcentages diffèrent largement (moins de F et plus de Y sur le 388 en termes de pourcentage).

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mer 25 Mai 2011 - 17:30

Bonjour !

Le meilleur article du jour concernant le lancement d'une low cost "De luxe"(De plus, car ils ont déjà des participations) par ... SIA
Ca tourne sur le web depuis ce matin !
Ca va commencer à faire beaucoup de monde sur la zone !
Gàre aux dégâts! Avis à Tony Fernandez ! Et aux Australiens fragiles, ces derniers temps !

Côté avions, entre B772 et les A330 qui se libéreront, ce ne sont pas les wide body qui vont manquer à SIA !
Une vie aprés la vie pour des avions bien maintenus et amortis !

-------- Un article assez long de Ben Sandilands, plane Talking A lire ! Le lien !---------------------

http://blogs.crikey.com.au/planetalking/
Et !
http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/05/25/357171/sia-to-form-long-haul-low-cost-subsidiary.html

JPRS

art_way
Whisky Charlie

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Message par art_way le Mar 7 Juin 2011 - 8:11


Alliance à long terme" entre Singapore Airlines et Virgin Australia :

Les compagnies aériennes Singapore Airlines (SIA) et Virgin Australia ont
annoncé mardi avoir noué "une alliance à long terme" qui leur permettra
de partager des vols et de coordonner leurs plans de vol dans le monde.
"L'alliance permettra de connecter le vaste réseau international de Singapore
Airlines avec les nombreuses destinations desservies par Virgin
Australia en Australie et dans le Pacifique", ont indiqué les deux
compagnies dans un communiqué.Cet accord, s'il reçoit le feu vert des autorités de la concurrence, doit entrer en vigueur au 1er août.Cette alliance ne permet cependant pas encore à SIA de desservir le lucratif marché entre l'Australie et les Etats-Unis.Mais
pour Julius Yeo, analyste chez Frost and Sullivan et spécialiste du
secteur aérien, cette alliance entre SIA et Virgin Australia permet à
SIA de se rapprocher de son rêve de pénétrer un jour le marché des vols
trans-Pacifique."SIA a toujours été très intéressée par
l'Australie. C'est une stratégie par étapes pour viser les liaisons
trans-Pacifique", a-t-il estimé.Il s'agit de la deuxième annonce stratégique de SIA en deux semaines.La
compagnie aérienne, l'une des plus rentables au monde, avait annoncé
fin mai qu'elle allait ouvrir d'ici un an une nouvelle compagnie à bas
prix, offrant des vols moyen et long-courriers afin de répondre à une
demande en hausse.SIA possède déjà la compagnie régionale SilkAir
et détient 32,9% de la compagnie à bas prix Tiger Airways. Elle a
décidé de lancer une nouvelle compagnie à bas prix offrant des vols
notamment vers l'Europe, mais n'a pas donné plus de détails.SIA
avait annoncé à la mi-mai un bénéfice net multiplié par plus de cinq
lors de son exercice décalé 2010-2011, grâce à un redémarrage en force
de la demande après la crise économique mondiale.Lors des douze
mois d'avril 2010 à mars 2011, SIA a enregistré un bénéfice net de 1,09
milliard de dollars de Singapour (876 millions de dollars US) contre
seulement 216 millions un an plus tôt.

http://www.boursorama.com/infos/actualites/detail_actu_marches.phtml?num=4ec333c3642208d85f7f822e26ff95f6



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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Mar 7 Juin 2011 - 10:08

Merci Art-Way !

Les soucis s'empilent tous les jours pour Qantas !

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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 29 Juin 2011 - 12:28

Bonjour à tous

Plus d'infos sur la commande d'A330 par SIA (15 A330-300 à livré entre 2013 et 2015 en Trent700)
Reste à savoir la MTOW et si c'est des Trent EP

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/06/29/358943/sia-inks-deal-for-15-more-airbus-a330-300s.html


Singapore Airlines has reached an agreement with Airbus to lease another 15 A330-300s for its fleet.
These aircraft will both replace older Boeing 777s in the Star Alliance carrier's fleet and grow its capacity in the coming years. They will be delivered from the Airbus production line between 2013 and 2015, said SIA.
The A330s, which will be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 700 engines, will be leased for a minimum of six years, with an option for an extension. They will be operated on regional and medium-range routes to Asia, Australia and the Middle East, said the carrier.
SIA's fleet already has another 19 A330-300s that it initially got on five year leases, and these could remain in service for even longer. "There is an option to extend that lease, and there is flexibility on the length of the lease extension," said a spokesman.
The carrier also has 20 Boeing 787-9s and 20 Airbus A350-900s on firm order, according to information in Flightglobal's ACAS database. The 787s were initially due for delivery in 2011, but multiple delays in the programme means that this has now been pushed to 2013 at the earliest.
"We remain in discussions with Boeing on the delivery date for the 787s. The first delivery of the A350s is scheduled for the 2013/14 financial year," said SIA's spokesman.
SIA CEO Goh Choon Phong added: "Together with the additional [Airbus] A380s that we are taking delivery of this year, as well as A350s and 787s on order for the years ahead, the lease of the A330s is consistent with our longstanding policy of operating a young and modern fleet."
The spokesman said that SIA has not decided on the aircraft for its new long-haul low-cost subsidiary, which is due to begin operations within the next year. The airline has said that it would initially provide aircraft to the subsidiary, but the spokesman reiterated that these A330s are for the full service carrier's operations.
Receiving more A330s, however, would allow SIA to transfer some 777-200s in its fleet to the new subsidiary. These 777s could be upgraded to have an extended range and their cabin can be retrofitted for the low-cost operations, said industry sources.

Remplacement des 777-200 de SIA
Arrivera dans la flotte en même temps que les premiers A350-900 et peut être les premiers B787-9
Très intéressant, ça laisse quand même supposer que même dans son état actuel l'A330-300 tiens la route ? Ou alors il y a un vrai pb de dispo pour le 787-9 et l'A350-900XWB


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Message par Beochien le Mer 29 Juin 2011 - 12:42

Bonjour

Je crois que c'est surtout l'incertitude d'être livré chez A et B pour les 787-350 , qui prime chez SIA aucun n'a volé !

Et des 330-300 sur les bras ... hum, ils ont d'abord la flexibilité des leasing, plus celle d'alimenter leur low cost ...
Aucun risque, ils jouent sur du velours !
Avec des A330 qu'ils doivent payer dans les 110-120 millions de $ Razz

JPRS

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Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 29 Juin 2011 - 12:50

C'est effectivement probablement un peu tout ça


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Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par art_way le Mer 29 Juin 2011 - 14:25

Ils vont remplacer les vieux 777-200 pour leur low-cost...



SIA inks deal for 15 more Airbus A330-300s

By Siva Govindasamy





Singapore Airlines has reached an agreement with Airbus to lease another 15 A330-300s for its fleet.

These aircraft will both replace older Boeing 777s in the Star Alliance
carrier's fleet and grow its capacity in the coming years. They will be
delivered from the Airbus production line between 2013 and 2015, said
SIA.The A330s, which will be powered by Rolls-Royce Trent 700
engines, will be leased for a minimum of six years, with an option for
an extension. They will be operated on regional and medium-range routes
to Asia, Australia and the Middle East, said the carrier.SIA's
fleet already has another 19 A330-300s that it initially got on five
year leases, and these could remain in service for even longer. "There
is an option to extend that lease, and there is flexibility on the
length of the lease extension," said a spokesman.The carrier also
has 20 Boeing 787-9s and 20 Airbus A350-900s on firm order, according
to information in Flightglobal's ACAS database. The 787s were initially
due for delivery in 2011, but multiple delays in the programme means
that this has now been pushed to 2013 at the earliest."We remain
in discussions with Boeing on the delivery date for the 787s. The first
delivery of the A350s is scheduled for the 2013/14 financial year," said
SIA's spokesman. SIA CEO Goh Choon Phong added: "Together with
the additional [Airbus] A380s that we are taking delivery of this year,
as well as A350s and 787s on order for the years ahead, the lease of the
A330s is consistent with our longstanding policy of operating a young
and modern fleet."The spokesman said that SIA has not decided on
the aircraft for its new long-haul low-cost subsidiary, which is due to
begin operations within the next year. The airline has said that it
would initially provide aircraft to the subsidiary, but the spokesman
reiterated that these A330s are for the full service carrier's
operations.Receiving more A330s, however, would allow SIA to
transfer some 777-200s in its fleet to the new subsidiary. These 777s
could be upgraded to have an extended range and their cabin can be
retrofitted for the low-cost operations, said industry sources.

http://www.flightglobal.com/articles/2011/06/29/358943/sia-inks-deal-for-15-more-airbus-a330-300s.html


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Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 7 Juil 2011 - 12:02

Finalement c'est un leasing ?
Auprès de qui ?

http://www.singaporeair.com/jsp/cms/en_UK/press_release_news/ne110629.jsp

Parce que sur le site de RR

http://www.rolls-royce.com/civil/news/2011/110629_singapore_airlines.jsp
On peut déduire que SIA a commandé à RR les T700 ...


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Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Beochien le Jeu 28 Juil 2011 - 20:49

Allez !
Quand on ne tombe pas sur un T900 qui fait des siennes ... chez SIA ou Qantas ... hum ! Razz
Un vol en classe affaires sur un A380 de SIA c'est une belle expérience !
Même pour un Seattle PI Writer ...
Des compliments venant direct de SF et Seattle, c'est d'autant plus appréciable !

http://blog.seattlepi.com/airlinereporter/2011/07/28/my-review-singapore-airlines-airbus-a380-los-angeles-to-singapore-in-business-class/

JPRS

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