C6L.SI - Singapore Airlines Limited

SES - SES Delayed Price. Currency in SGD
10.54
-0.02 (-0.19%)
At close: 5:04PM SGT
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Previous close10.56
Open10.54
Bid10.54 x 0
Ask10.56 x 0
Day's range10.52 - 10.73
52-week range9.60 - 10.93
Volume3,178,300
Avg. volume1,059,010
Market cap12.46B
BetaN/A
PE ratio (TTM)36.98
EPS (TTM)N/A
Earnings dateN/A
Forward dividend & yieldN/A (N/A)
Ex-dividend dateN/A
1y target est10.59
  • Here's what boosted SIA's operating profit in Q2
    Singapore Business Review6 days ago

    Here's what boosted SIA's operating profit in Q2

    Thank the better incidental income and load factor. The doubling in the operating profit of SIA Group's parent airlines to $170m was boosted by better incidental income and load factor, UOB Kay Hian said. According to an analysis, the airlines reported higher bellyhold revenue, which in turn was due to a cargo recovery and higher aircraft lease revenue.

  • Reuters11 days ago

    SE Asia Stocks-S'pore ends at fresh 2-yr peak; Vietnam up over 1 percent

    By Karthika Suresh Namboothiri Nov 8 (Reuters) - Singapore shares ended at a new two-year peak on Wednesday while Vietnam clocked a near-decade closing high, but most other markets in Southeast Asia were ...

  • SIA profits up 192% to $189.9m in Q2
    Singapore Business Review11 days ago

    SIA profits up 192% to $189.9m in Q2

    SIA and SIA Cargo registered stronger operating profits. Singapore Airlines' (SIA) profits rose 192% YoY to $189.9m in Q2, thanks to stronger operating results. According to its financial statement, operating ...

  • AFP12 days ago

    Singapore Airlines reports big jump in profits

    Singapore Airlines said Tuesday second-quarter net profit almost tripled due to passenger growth and improvements in its cargo business, but warned of challenges ahead. The flag carrier said it earned ...

  • Reuters13 days ago

    Rebuffed by American Airlines, Qatar Airways buys into Cathay Pacific

    DUBAI/SINGAPORE, Nov 6 (Reuters) - Qatar Airways has broadened its global reach by purchasing a 9.61 percent stake in Cathay Pacific, adding another strategic investor to the Hong Kong carrier's complicated share register at a time when it is looking to cut costs. Hong Kong's Kingboard Chemical Holdings said it had sold the stake to Qatar Airways for HK$5.16 billion ($661 million), making the Middle Eastern carrier the third-largest shareholder in Cathay.

  • Better load factor could drive SIA's earnings up
    Singapore Business Review13 days ago

    Better load factor could drive SIA's earnings up

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) will release its results on November, and better load factor could be the main driver for profit growth in the company, UOB Kay Hian said. "The latter is premised on a 1 cent decline in pax yields from our base assumption," said UOB Kay Hian analyst K Ajith. Cargo operations could also recover from a loss, due to improved yields and load factor.

  • AP FACT CHECK: Trump cites 70,000 jobs from Boeing order
    Associated Press25 days ago

    AP FACT CHECK: Trump cites 70,000 jobs from Boeing order

    It's a big deal for a big company — Boeing's nearly $14 billion contract to sell Singapore Airlines 39 planes. But is President Donald Trump right that 70,000 or so U.S. jobs will flow from the contract? ...

  • SIA seals $18.77b deal for 39 Boeing units
    Singapore Business Review26 days ago

    SIA seals $18.77b deal for 39 Boeing units

    Singapore Airlines (SIA) finalised the purchase of 39 Boeing aircraft, composed of 20 777-9s and 19 787-10s, for $18.77b (US$13.80b). SIA is due to take delivery of the world’s first 787-10 in the first half of 2018, from a 2013 order with Boeing for 30 aircraft. SIA currently has more than 50 current-generation Boeing 777 aircraft in service.

  • Grab, SIA unveil booking partnership
    Singapore Business Review2 months ago

    Grab, SIA unveil booking partnership

    SIA customers can book Grab rides through SIA's mobile app. Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Grab partnered up to integrate their mobile apps and enhance their customers' travel services. According to a press ...

  • SIA forms joint venture with Lufthansa Group
    Singapore Business Review2 months ago

    SIA forms joint venture with Lufthansa Group

    The two will cooperate on flights to more European countries. Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Lufthansa Group will launch a joint venture (JV) on 1 October 2017. According to a press release, the JV cooperation ...

  • SIA passenger load factor improves to 80.4% in August
    Singapore Business Review2 months ago

    SIA passenger load factor improves to 80.4% in August

    But PLF declined for the South West Pacific route region. Singapore Airlines Group (SIA Group) passenger load factor (PLF) rose by 1.2 ppt to 80.9%. According to SIA's operating results, passenger carriage ...

  • How will the extended Qantas-Emirates partnership affect SIA?
    Singapore Business Review2 months ago

    How will the extended Qantas-Emirates partnership affect SIA?

    The increased capacity on some of SIA's key routes could hurt its yields. Australia-listed Qantas Airways Ltd (Qantas) extended its partnership with Emirates for another five years with key changes from 25 March 2018 onwards. According to OCBC, the extended partnership could have an impact on Singapore Airlines (SIA).

  • SIA signs code sharing agreement with Alaska Airlines
    Singapore Business Review3 months ago

    SIA signs code sharing agreement with Alaska Airlines

    Its designator code will be available on routes with 37 destinations. Singapore Airlines (SIA) inks a codeshare agreement on flights operated by Alaska Airlines, in a move to expand SIA in North America. According to a press release, SIA will add its SQ designator code to Alaska Airline's flights on routes serving 18 destinations in the US and to Mexico.

  • SIA and SilkAir to merge financial operations
    Singapore Business Review3 months ago

    SIA and SilkAir to merge financial operations

    SIA will begin to handle SilkAir’s revenue and overseas accounting functions. Singapore Airlines merged its financial operations with its regional arm SilkAir. SilkAir's Revenue Accounting and Overseas Accounting functions will be handled by SIA, whilst its Financial Reporting, Payments and Credit Control functions will remain under its under its control, SIA told Singapore Business Review.

  • Can SIA's share price soar to its five-year peak again?
    Singapore Business Review3 months ago

    Can SIA's share price soar to its five-year peak again?

    Analysts at CIMB are analysing whether Singapore Airlines can hit its share price peak of $12.65 again and they are noting some factors that hinder the possibility. According to Raymond Yap, the airline reached its peak at the beginning of 2015, as investors expected SIA to perform better after the crash in oil prices. "This time around, SIA is unlikely to enjoy the uplift from lower oil prices, as oil prices are likely headed up, in our view, albeit modestly," Yap said.

  • SIA inks codeshare agreement with Latin-American carrier
    Singapore Business Review3 months ago

    SIA inks codeshare agreement with Latin-American carrier

    SIA passengers will have wider connections with Colombia. Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Latin-American carrier Avianca have signed an agreement to codeshare on each other's flights. Under the deal, SIA passengers will have wider connections to Bogotá, Colombia, Avianca´s major hub location.

  • SIA issues $700m notes due 2027
    Singapore Business Review3 months ago

    SIA issues $700m notes due 2027

    It will bear a 3.13% interest rate. Singapore Airlines launched and priced $700m in aggregate principal amount of 3.13%. According to the group, DBS Bank Ltd., Standard Chartered Bank and The Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation Limited are the joint lead managers.

  • SIA, CAE ink deal on flight training center
    Singapore Business Review3 months ago

    SIA, CAE ink deal on flight training center

    The venture will provide simulator training for Boeing aircraft types. Singapore Airlines (SIA) and Columbia Metropolitan Airport (CAE) entered a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to build a flight training centre in Singapore. The JV will provide simulator training for Boeing aircraft types that addresses pilot training needs in the region.

  • AFP4 months ago

    Struggling Singapore Airlines offers crew unpaid leave

    Singapore Airlines said Friday it is offering cabin crew unpaid leave in a cost-cutting measure as it struggles to keep up in an increasingly tough market. The city-state's flag carrier has been battling ...

  • SIA offers no-pay leave for cabin crew
    Singapore Business Review4 months ago

    SIA offers no-pay leave for cabin crew

    It currently faces manpower supply glut. Singapore Airlines is offering a voluntary no-pay leave to its cabin crew to address temporary manpower surplus. According to RHB News Bulletin, the recent notice ...

  • Higher costs badger SIA's supposed gains
    Singapore Business Review4 months ago

    Higher costs badger SIA's supposed gains

    Its cost per available seat km rose 3.8% YoY. Singapore Airlines was dragged down by higher unit costs or cost per available seat km (CASK) in the past quarter, leading to a decline in its bottom line. ...

  • SIA profit dips 8.38% to $235.1m
    Singapore Business Review4 months ago

    SIA profit dips 8.38% to $235.1m

    The airline struggled with increasing operating costs. Singapore Airlines Group (SIA) did not have a smooth ride for the quarter after its profits dropped 8.38% YoY to $235.1m. According to a media release, ...

  • SI Research: How To Make Money Using The 52-Week Low Section
    Shares Investment4 months ago

    SI Research: How To Make Money Using The 52-Week Low Section

    In this article on how to profit using Shares Investment, we present yet another feature that will be beneficial to investors. As a value investor, the 52-week low section is the place where we will often look at from time to time whenever we wish to search for value. The 52-week low is the lowest price that a stock has traded at over the last one-year period.

  • SIA launches HighFlyer rewards scheme for SMEs
    Singapore Business Review5 months ago

    SIA launches HighFlyer rewards scheme for SMEs

    It aims to reward corporates and employees. In an effort to bridge its gap in the corporate rewards segment, Singapore Airlines has introduced a new rewards programme aimed at smaller companies. The HighFlyer programme for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) lets corporates earn points while their employees will continue to chalk up KrisFlyer miles in its frequent flyer programme.

  • SIA inks codeshare agreement with Eurowings
    Singapore Business Review5 months ago

    SIA inks codeshare agreement with Eurowings

    It will provide SIA customers access to 15 routes on Eurowings operated flights. Singapore Airlines (SIA) has finalised a new codeshare agreement with Eurowings, a Dusseldorf-based subsidiary of Star Alliance ...