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art_way
Whisky Charlie

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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

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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 ...

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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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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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Lun 5 Sep 2011 - 13:48

Bonjour à tous

Il s'agit du trio SIA / Tiger et Scoop (futur LCC moyen/long courrier) de SIA ?
Réflexion sur la nécessité de pouvoir nourrir son LCC moyen/long courrier par un LCC court courrier: modèles Air Asia et Air Asia X

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/blogs/commercial_aviation/ThingsWithWings/index.jsp?plckController=Blog&plckBlogPage=BlogViewPost&newspaperUserId=7a78f54e-b3dd-4fa6-ae6e-dff2ffd7bdbb&plckPostId=Blog%3a7a78f54e-b3dd-4fa6-ae6e-dff2ffd7bdbbPost%3a1e112efe-e8a5-4d20-b2e9-c83954946ea6&plckScript=blogScript&plckElementId=blogDest

Intéressant


Singapore Airlines plans to launch its new medium-haul LCC in April, which will be a wholly-owned subsidiary. At the same time, SIA is moving to take control of its low-cost short-haul carrier Tiger Airways by having a rights issue that will dilute the equity of minority shareholders that fail to participate in the capital raising. SIA estimates its stake in Tiger will increase from 33% to as high as 49%. This will give it effective control, because SIA's major shareholder, Temasek Holdings, is also a sizeable Tiger shareholder.

But the more I think about it, it makes no sense to keep Tiger and the medium-haul LCC seperate.

SIA plans to brand the medium-haul LCC Scoot, but I think it would make more sense to brand it Tiger and connect the short-haul and medium-haul network. After all, that's partly why SIA mainline is successful. Its medium, long-haul operation receives passenger feed from its short-haul subsidiary SilkAir.

AirAsia X's founder Tony Fernandes has said his medium, long-haul operation is successful because it can draw on the short-haul feed from AirAsia and that if AirAsia X didn't have that, it would have been unsuccessful. Fernandes attributes the demise of Viva Macau and Hong Kong's Oasis partly to the fact these were stand-alone businesses, with no passenger feed from which to draw upon.

At this stage SIA is adamant that Tiger and the new medium-haul carrier will remain separate businesses.

But I'm thinking maybe deep down, they do want to connect the two, but are reluctant to say this publicly because one implication is that, Tiger would have to abandon Singapore's Budget Terminal, a major blow to Changi Airport Group. The Budget Terminal is not designed to handle widebodies nor is it designed to cater to transiting passengers. With hindsight, may Changi should have done that.


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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 6 Sep 2011 - 9:38

Bonjour à tous en attendant le lancement officiel de la LCC Moyen courrier

http://www.aviationweek.com/aw/generic/story.jsp?id=news/awx/2011/09/02/awx_09_02_2011_p0-365557.xml&headline=SIA%20LCC%20To%20Debut%20In%20April%20With%20Boeing%20777s&channel=comm

400 places dans les 777-200 à 10 de front en classe éco
A suivre


Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) new medium- to long-haul, low-cost carrier Scoot plans to have its Boeing 777-200s configured with about 400 seats.

Industry research firm Centre for Asia Pacific Aviation (CAPA), citing tender documents issued by Scoot for wireless in-flight entertainment (IFE), says Scoot aims to achieve a seating capacity of about 400 on board its Boeing 777-200s. SIA’s 777-200s currently have a capacity of up to 323 seats.

Scoot will increase capacity by using 10-abreast seating, says CAPA. SIA’s 777s now have nine-abreast seating in economy, with a seat width of about 18.45 in. But the new seating configuration will reduce the seat width to about 17.2 in., it says.

The report says Scoot aims to start flying around April 1 with one aircraft and then add a second, third and fourth aircraft on May 1, June 1 and July 1. Two more aircraft will be added in 2013 followed by two in 2014, three in 2015 and three in 2016. All the aircraft will initially be ex-SIA 777-200s, which means all of Scoot’s initial routes will be medium-haul, rather than long-haul. It will get its first 777-200ER in 2014, it says.

The report also says Scoot has asked IFE providers to present proposals for an interactive wireless entertainment system that can also be used by the airline to drive ancillary revenues, such as sale of food, drinks and duty-free items. Rather than have back-of-seat TV sets, the airline plans to encourage passengers to bring along their own personnel entertainment devices and mobile phones to access the wireless system, which will also provide mobile data and voice services on a user-pays basis, it adds.

Aviation Week reported in May that SIA’s new carrier was likely to configure its 777-200s with 10-abreast seating and that the carrier was likely to initially only operate medium-haul services. Aviation Week also reported in August that SIA had lodged a trademark application in Singapore, for the rights to the name ‘Scoot’, for the new carrier.


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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 20 Sep 2011 - 9:55

Bonjour à tous

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2011-09-14/singapore-air-may-buy-airbus-a350-1000s-after-upgrade-ceo-says.html


Singapore Airlines Ltd. (SIA), the world’s second-largest carrier by market value, said it may order Airbus SAS’s A350-1000 wide-body jet as the European planemaker plans improvements in range and payload.
The airline is also awaiting details of enhancements to Boeing Co. (BA)’s competing 777-300ER before deciding which model to purchase, Chief Executive Officer Goh Choon Phong said yesterday in a briefing at Airbus’s headquarters in Toulouse, France. He declined to discuss how many planes the carrier may buy.
Airbus in June said it would delay the introduction of the A350-1000 so it could make changes including the use of improved Rolls-Royce Holdings Plc Trent XWB engines. Singapore Air has 20 of the smaller -900 variants on order and also signed a deal for eight 777-300ERs in August to tap demand for long-haul travel.
Goh also said the carrier was concerned about a potential economic slowdown and the possibility of tighter credit after Moody’s Investors Service Inc. downgraded Credit Agricole SA and Societe Generale SA, France’s second- and third-largest banks.
“The most strategic concern is how the economy is going to go,” he said. “The recent downgrade of banks in France is a concern: the impact, if any, on the liquidity of banks, and whether there’s a contagious effect on the rest of the economy.”
A380 Handover
Goh was in Toulouse as Singapore Air took delivery of its 13th double-decker A380. The carrier will get another next month and expects to have received all 19 of the planes it has ordered by mid-2014.
The Asia airline is reducing the number of seats on later A380s in the fleet to carry more business-class passengers. The first 11 planes had 471 seats, while the final eight will have 409. That includes an all-business class top floor fitted with 86 seats. The carrier also has options for six more superjumbos.
Airbus is due to begin deliveries of the A350-900, the most popular of the A350’s three versions, around the end of 2013. Singapore Airlines will be the second carrier to receive an A350 after Qatar Airways Ltd., Goh said.
Changes to the A350-1000 variant include work on the landing gear and the outer part of the wing, Airbus said. The improved performance will allow the aircraft to service routes such as Shanghai to Boston. The planemaker has also delayed the smallest version of the A350, the -800, to focus on developing the -900 variant and revamping its single-aisle A320.
Dreamliner Crossover
Boeing’s plans to upgrade the 777 include the adaptation of technology used on the new 787 Dreamliner, Marc Birtel, a spokesman, said by e-mail. He didn’t elaborate and said Boeing doesn’t comment on discussions with customers.
According to a report yesterday on the Flight Global website, conceptual studies at Boeing for the 777 upgrade show a massive new carbon fiber wing, 99,500lb thrust engine and other improvements including a 787-style interior.
Newer 777s could get a carbon-fiber wing measuring as much as 234 feet (71.3 meters), 21 feet more than the current all- metal version and 10 feet wider than Boeing’s latest 747-8, Flight Global said. The plane might also offer 15 percent more economy seating than on the existing aircraft.
Hedging Policy
Goh also said that Singapore Airlines, which closed up 3 percent today and has a value of S$13.4 billion ($11 billion), is particularly concerned about the volatility of fuel prices.
“Fuel prices are 40 percent of our costs,” he said. “It’s huge, and to a large extent it’s outside our control. Hedging is only really delaying the impact.”
Singapore Air currently has hedging contracts to cover about 30 percent of fuel purchases for the remainder of the year through next March, the CEO said, a figure that’s below the proportion generally hedged at the bigger European carriers.
The airline’s board has mandated that management generally hedge between 30 percent and 60 percent of fuel costs, depending on what’s driving prices, he said, adding that increases since late last year have been spurred by geopolitical events in the Middle East and Africa, not necessarily economic fundamentals.
“In times when we feel there’s market risk, we’ll tune it to the lower end of the band,” Goh said. “In more normal times, we tweak it back upward.”

Pour le moment je note

Fin de A380 en 2014 ... avec les 8 derniers dans une config encore moins dense que précédemment = 409 places
Intérêt pour l'A350-1000 (tiens y en a qui sont intéressés !)


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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 2 Nov 2011 - 10:01

Ca y est !

Scoot la filiale LCC Long courrier de SIA a été lancée

Et à priori pour le moment ça fait rire

On verra plus tard.

http://www.flightglobal.com/blogs/asian-skies/2011/11/scoot---not-your-usual-airline.html
http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/scoot-to-launch-services-by-mid-2012-364124/


Singapore Airlines' (SIA) new long-haul low-cost carrier Scoot will launch services by the first half of 2012.

The carrier will start operations with four Boeing 777-200s and grow to a fleet of 14 aircraft by 2016, said CEO Campbell Wilson.

He added that the aircraft will be purchased from SIA and that the airline will fly to at least four destinations initially, including cities in Australia and China.

Scoot will also be purchasing 777-200ERs, which have a longer range, and therefore be able to offer services to destinations in Europe, Africa and the Middle East, said Wilson.



© Scoot

The purchased aircraft will go through heavy maintenance checks, with the interiors refurbished and retrofitted for Scoot, Wilson told reporters.

The aircraft will have a two-class cabin with 32 to 40 premium seats and about 370 economy seats in a 3-4-3 configuration.

Scoot will operate out of Singapore's Changi Airport Terminal 2 as the Budget Terminal is unable to accommodate widebodies, added Wilson.

The low-cost carrier, which will be managed separately from SIA, expects to receive its Air Operator's Certificate by the first quarter of 2012.

"We are not a substitution of SIA, the mission is to bring incremental numbers to grow the SIA group. Whether it is new routes or targeting new markets on existing routes, we are incrementing," said Wilson.

He added that Scoot will also be able to leverage on SIA's expertise and experience in fuel hedging and currency hedging, but that the airline has the mandate to make independent decisions when necessary.

Kuala Lumpur-based AirAsia X, in which Malaysian low-cost carrier AirAsia has a 16% stake, pioneered the long-haul low-cost model in Southeast Asia in 2007 and its network now includes London, Paris, Tehran, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Christchurch, New Delhi, Mumbai, Chengdu, Tianjin, Hangzhou, Taipei, Seoul, Tokyo and Perth.

Scoot will differentiate itself from its competitors with its "short, sharp, catchy" name and attitude, said Wilson.


On commence avec des 777-200 Base
Et puis il y aura l'achat de -200ER (dont certains seront peut-être libérés par le 787-9 et l'A350-900)

Presque 400PAX dans les -200 dont 32-40 en "premium" à voir ce que ça veut dire réellement



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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 3 Nov 2011 - 14:16

Bonjour à tous
Résultats en retrait pour SIA bénéfs en baisse de 50% / Q3 2010
Prix du fuel et concurrence par le haut (EK) et le bas (Air Asia / Jet star...)

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/03/singaporeairlines-results-idUSL4E7M31UY20111103



Q2 net profit S$194 mln vs S$194.8 mln consensus

* Says passenger, cargo yields to remain under pressure

* SIA shares down 1.7 pct ahead of announcement (Adds details, background)

SINGAPORE, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA), the world's second largest carrier by market value, posted on Thursday a 49 percent drop in second quarter net profit due to high jet fuel prices and said yields will remain under pressure.

The global airlines industry, which only recovered from its worst-ever downturn last year, is facing new headwinds such as rising jet fuel prices and economic uncertainties in Europe and United States.

"The prevailing economic uncertainty and weak consumer confidence are impacting demand for air transportation. Advance passenger bookings are showing signs of weakness, particularly in Europe and the United States," SIA said in a statement.

"Global purchasing manager indices (PMIs) have also fallen, pointing to weaker demand for air freight. Both passenger and cargo yields are therefore expected to remain under pressure."

Analysts have said SIA's market position has also been undermined by the rise of Middle Eastern rivals such as Emirates for long-haul routes, and aggressive expansion of budget carriers like AirAsia Bhd and Qantas Airways Ltd's JetStar on shorter flights.

The airline, about 55 percent owned by Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings , earned S$194 million ($152.7 million) for the three month ended September compared to S$380 million a year ago.

Its quarterly earnings was inline with the average forecast of S$194.8 million by four analysts polled by Reuters.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently raised its 2011 profit forecast for the airline industry to $6.9 billion from $4.0 billion, but the grouping expects the industry's profit to fall by 29 percent next year.

IATA said in a statement on Thursday that the pace of passenger yield improvements in the third quarter has slowed but was still moving upwards.

SIA said fuel costs rose 35 percent in the first half from a year ago to S$747 million and cut its interim dividend to 10 Singapore cents from 20 cents previously.

Its shares ended 1.7 percent lower on Thursday. The results came after the end of trading hours.


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Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Jeu 3 Nov 2011 - 14:16

Bonjour à tous
Résultats en retrait pour SIA bénéfs en baisse de 50% / Q3 2010
Prix du fuel et concurrence par le haut (EK) et le bas (Air Asia / Jet star...)

http://www.reuters.com/article/2011/11/03/singaporeairlines-results-idUSL4E7M31UY20111103



Q2 net profit S$194 mln vs S$194.8 mln consensus

* Says passenger, cargo yields to remain under pressure

* SIA shares down 1.7 pct ahead of announcement (Adds details, background)

SINGAPORE, Nov 3 (Reuters) - Singapore Airlines Ltd (SIA), the world's second largest carrier by market value, posted on Thursday a 49 percent drop in second quarter net profit due to high jet fuel prices and said yields will remain under pressure.

The global airlines industry, which only recovered from its worst-ever downturn last year, is facing new headwinds such as rising jet fuel prices and economic uncertainties in Europe and United States.

"The prevailing economic uncertainty and weak consumer confidence are impacting demand for air transportation. Advance passenger bookings are showing signs of weakness, particularly in Europe and the United States," SIA said in a statement.

"Global purchasing manager indices (PMIs) have also fallen, pointing to weaker demand for air freight. Both passenger and cargo yields are therefore expected to remain under pressure."

Analysts have said SIA's market position has also been undermined by the rise of Middle Eastern rivals such as Emirates for long-haul routes, and aggressive expansion of budget carriers like AirAsia Bhd and Qantas Airways Ltd's JetStar on shorter flights.

The airline, about 55 percent owned by Singapore state investor Temasek Holdings , earned S$194 million ($152.7 million) for the three month ended September compared to S$380 million a year ago.

Its quarterly earnings was inline with the average forecast of S$194.8 million by four analysts polled by Reuters.

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) recently raised its 2011 profit forecast for the airline industry to $6.9 billion from $4.0 billion, but the grouping expects the industry's profit to fall by 29 percent next year.

IATA said in a statement on Thursday that the pace of passenger yield improvements in the third quarter has slowed but was still moving upwards.

SIA said fuel costs rose 35 percent in the first half from a year ago to S$747 million and cut its interim dividend to 10 Singapore cents from 20 cents previously.

Its shares ended 1.7 percent lower on Thursday. The results came after the end of trading hours.


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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mer 23 Nov 2011 - 10:19

Bonjour à tous

Le 18 ème et avant dernier A380 de SIA vient de sortir de la FAL à toulouse

http://a380production.com/2011/11/85ro/

Après celui là il n'en reste plus qu'un seul et 6 options dont je pense on va savoir assez rapidement si elles vont être exercées



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Message par Beochien le Jeu 8 Mar 2012 - 16:28

Bonjour !

Un article de Aspire Aviation, un peu moins touffu pour une foi,il concerne SIA !
Tout va bien on garde le modèle qui a marché ... mais un peu de prudence quand même !

La 1° ligne ... 2011 ???? hum !
Les B789 et les A359, pas encore en danger, les retards arrangent presque ...

A lire mais c'est long ...

----------------- Le lien, de Aspire -------------

http://www.aspireaviation.com/2012/03/08/singapore-airlines-stands-firm-to-premium-business-model/

JPRS

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Message par aeroduO5 le Sam 10 Mar 2012 - 18:28

“We do study the concept of premium economy from time to time,” said the SIA spokesperson, “but we have determined that it is not something that we will introduce at this stage.”



Globalement les compagnies de la Star Alliance sont très frileuses sur ce sujet.

Je crois que c'est une erreur, pour au moins 2 raisons.



-En temps de crise, les entreprises ne paient plus de tickets en Affaires.

Du coup tout le monde en éco, ça fait souffrir les compagnies.

Celles qui ont une premium éco amortissent la chute.



-Ca permet aussi de préserver le standing de la classe affaires, vu qu'il n'y a plus d'upgrade d'éco en affaires.

Les compagnies asiatiques ont beaucoup pratiqué ces upgrades et commencent à y renoncer.

En effet les gens payaient l'éco et se faisaient upgrader assez facilement en affaires.

Du coup la compagnie ne récupérait même pas ses coûts en classe affaires.



La premium éco est la classe la plus rentable en terme de profit dégagé/surface occupée.

La classe affaire c'est bien mais ça coûte de plus en plus cher aux compagnies.

Les exigences de la clientèle sont de plus en plus élevées mais quand il faut payer plus, d'un coup il y a moins de monde.

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Beochien
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Beochien le Lun 25 Fév 2013 - 12:10

Tiens tiens !

John Leahy pêche en eaux troublées pirat du côté de Singapore ! Au fait le Japon n'est pas si loin Wink !
Sujets divers et variés qui ne doivent pas manquer ... hum !

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-02-25/singapore-air-plans-to-buy-more-aircraft-airbus-s-leahy-says.html

Singapore Air Plans to Buy More Aircraft, Airbus’s Leahy Says

Singapore Airlines Ltd. (SIA), Southeast
Asia’s biggest carrier, plans to buy more aircraft, Airbus SAS
said, as the region’s economic growth spurs air travel demand.

Airbus will suggest its A350 model to Singapore Air, John Leahy, the planemaker’s chief operating officer, said in an
interview in Singapore today.

“We’re in discussions with them,” Leahy said. “They are
also looking at other aircraft. They issued a request for
proposal on that to Airbus, to Boeing, to engine manufacturers.
Anything else, I can’t comment.”

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 26 Fév 2013 - 9:47

Ne s'agit il pas des remplacants des 777 de scoot
Donc des 787 10x?


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Message par aeroduO5 le Mar 26 Fév 2013 - 17:44

Scoot doit recevoir des 787-9 que SQ avait commandé il y a un moment déjà.
Donc le remplacement des 777 de Scoot est déjà acté.

Par contre je pense que SQ prendra des A350-900 en plus pour compléter sa flotte de long courriers.
Mais je ne les vois pas prendre du -1000 tout de suite, il ont des 777-300ER très récents.
A plus long terme le -1000 peut etre une option mais pas avant 2020.

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Message par art_way le Jeu 19 Sep 2013 - 14:43

Inde: Singapore Airlines et Tata vont créer une nouvelle compagnie

Singapore Airlines et le conglomérat industriel indien Tata vont créer une nouvelle compagnie aérienne en Inde, ont annoncé les deux groupes jeudi dans un communiqué.
Singapore Airlines (SIA) et Tata ont signé une lettre d'intention et déposé des demandes officielles pour créer cette compagnie dont le siège sera à New Delhi, a-t-on précisé de même source.
Cette initiative "va contribuer à stimuler la demande dans le secteur du transport aérien" en Inde, ajoute le communiqué en précisant que cette initiative requiert notamment l'autorisation du Conseil chargé de gérer les investissements étrangers en Inde.
Cette compagnie opérera de manière régulière et ne sera pas low-cost, ont précisé les deux groupes. Elle sera contrôlée à hauteur de 51% par Tata, SIA détenant le reste.
?Nous avons toujours cru dans le potentiel de développement du secteur aérien en Inde et nous sommes ravis de pouvoir devenir les partenaires de Tata pour contribuer à son expansion", a souligné le président de SIA, Goh Choon Phong.
?Tata Sons est l'un des noms les plus respectés en Inde. Avec les récentes mesures de libéralisation, le temps est venu d'apporter aux consommateurs une nouvelle alternative dans le secteur des compagnies régulières", a-t-il ajouté.
Selon Prasad Menon, qui sera président de la nouvelle compagnie, "Tata Sons estime que le secteur de l'aviation civile en Inde offre des perspectives de croissance durables".

http://www.boursorama.com/actualites/inde-singapore-airlines-et-tata-vont-creer-une-nouvelle-compagnie-04c02183987c9519e6b67d26bf0d0530


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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Mar 8 Avr 2014 - 13:57

Pour le couple A380 et Inde

SIA sera la première à priori à compter du 30 mai
Sur deux destinations

http://www.livemint.com/Companies/N7NB3h7x8k1VZt72dqd3HL/Singapore-Airlines-to-fly-A380-superjumbo-from-30-May-to-Ind.html

“The A380 superjumbo will operate daily to both Mumbai and New Delhi with effect from 30 May 2014, taking over from two daily flights that currently serve each city using smaller Boeing 777s. Another daily flight will continue to be operated with B777s. In total, 14 flights will serve each city per week,” the airline said in a statement.

Ce sont des villes déjà desservies 2 fois par jour, un des deux fréquence est transformée en A380


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Message par Beochien le Mar 3 Juin 2014 - 13:46

SIA / Tata .En Inde !

Ils vont louer 20 A320 à BOC Aviation, pour ... dés que leurs permis seront en ordre (Cet Automne )

Des nouvelles de Doha.
Vu sur : RTT News, Inde !

http://www.rttnews.com/2331253/tata-sia-airline-to-acquire-20-airbus-on-lease-to-launch-flights.aspx?type=in&utm_source=google&utm_campaign=sitemap

Start-up carrier Tata-SIA Airlines, which is awaiting flying permit, will take at least 20 Airbus aircraft on lease from a Singapore-based company to launch their operations in India by this winter, reports said.
On the sidelines of the ongoing IATA annual general meeting in Doha, Head of Investor Relations of BOC Aviation Pvt. Ltd. Claire Leow said Tata-SIA had placed orders for leasing of 20 Airbus A-320s from them.
She said the deliveries of these aircraft might commence from the third quarter of this year - around September-October. BOC Aviation has already leased several aircraft to two Indian airlines - Jet Airways and SpiceJet.

patrick1956
Whisky Quebec

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Message par patrick1956 le Mar 3 Juin 2014 - 15:28

bonjour a tous
cette info a le mérite de clarifie les chose, il me semble qu'une info avait circule qui devait commande une centaine d'avions donc cette rumeur de commande est caduque

patrick1956
Whisky Quebec

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par patrick1956 le Lun 11 Aoû 2014 - 19:22

La nouvelle compagnie au inde crée par Singapore et le groupe tata s'appelle Vistara
bonne chance a elle et peux être des commande pour Airbus
http://www.journal-aviation.com/actualites/27585-la-compagnie-de-tata-et-singapore-airlines-baptisee-vistara

Jeannot
Whisky Quebec

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Message par Jeannot le Mar 12 Aoû 2014 - 13:36

Voici la livrée.


patrick1956
Whisky Quebec

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Message par patrick1956 le Mar 12 Aoû 2014 - 18:53

Jeannot je pensais que la photo était intégré  dans l article
mais tu a bien de mettre la photo

Beochien
Whisky Charlie

Re: Singapore Airlines ! SQ ! SIA !

Message par Beochien le Jeu 4 Sep 2014 - 19:40

Un gros article de Daniel Tsang , Aspire Aviation !

Trés documenté, sur Singapore Airlines, et les difficultés rencontrées à coordonner et gérer leurs multiples filiales ...

Bon, SIA est plutôt un client Airbus ... donc un peu dans la ligne de mire ... disons  clown

A lire pour les courageux !

Rien que ces titres ... holé !



  • Lack of co-ordination among SIA subsidiaries a significant issue

  • Tigerair & Scoot have duplicate reservation systems, PSSs, incompatible websites & products

  • Vistara & SilkAir could share fleet, seats and fuel procurement to gain economies of scale

  • Codeshare with SIA to tap India-Australia connecting traffic

  • Vistara to launch premium economy product in ’2-and-a-half class’

  • Premium economy a long-haul product

  • Vistara’s configuration more ambitious than SilkAir

  • Singapore Airlines’ quarterly passenger yield down since June 2011

  • Cost reduction has been outpaced by yield decline at SIA

  • Singapore Airlines should refocus on its premium brand, revenue generation


http://www.aspireaviation.com/2014/09/04/singapore-airlines-vistara/

aeroduO5
Whisky Quebec

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Message par aeroduO5 le Ven 5 Sep 2014 - 21:40

L'analyse peut paraître justifiée mais elle est en grande partie vraie.
SIA a beaucoup de marques et le consommateur ne s'y retrouve plus.

La distinction SIA/Silkair n'a pas de sens, tout comme la distinction Tiger/Scoot.
Je peux comprendre qu'il faille 1 compagnie moyen courrier et 1 long-courrier, mais pas 2 marques.
Le modèle pour moi est Air Asia avec Air Asia X: 2 compagnies mais une seule marque.

De plus la partie low cost des opérations a pris des passagers à la partie mainline.
Notamment sur l'Australie qui était une mine d'or et où le yield de SIA a baissé du fait de l'arrivée de Scoot.
Ca montre donc que Scoot est arrivée sans qu'il y ait vraiment de marché pour elle.

Pour les opérations indiennes, je ne dis rien pour le moment mais la question est: Y-a-t-il un marché dans ce pays pour une 3ème compagnie full service?
Je n'ai pas encore la réponse mai il faut avoir à l'esprit qu'il y a déjà 2 compagnies mainline (Air India et Jet Airways) et 3 grosses low cost (Indigo, Go Air, SpiceJet, ...), plus Air Asia qui arrive.

Poncho (Admin)
Whisky Charlie

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Message par Poncho (Admin) le Ven 17 Oct 2014 - 11:57

intéressant :
http://blogs.crikey.com.au/planetalking/2014/10/17/singapore-airlines-to-take-control-of-newly-cashed-up-tiger/

Tiger air australia vendu à Virgin australia

Et
Renforcement dans tiger air à singapour

A suivre


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