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With travel curbed, airlines are to issueing stocks and bonds and selling planes to bring in cash.
Singapore Airlines Ltd. plans to raise as much as S$850 million via the sale of convertible bonds as it seeks to increase liquidity amid a pandemic that’s wiped out travel demand.
Cathay Pacific Airways Ltd. and Singapore Airlines Ltd. will operate flights between Singapore and Hong Kong as the travel bubble comes into effect on 22 November.