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Singapore Airlines To Temporary Resume Flights To Athens Next Year

Singapore Airlines will return to the Greek capital Athens on a temporary basis between June and October 2014 to meet expected demand during the peak summer travel season.
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Travelport Extends Global Content Agreement With Singapore Airlines

Travelport has extended its global content agreement with Singapore Airlines and provides travel agents worldwide with access to the airline's full range of market fares.
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Singapore Airlines Unveils Next Generation Of Cabin Products

Singapore Airlines recently launched its next generation of cabin products, set to be the new industry benchmark for premium air travel.
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Singapore Airlines’ New GSA For Greece Begins Services

As of 1 July, Asian Aviation Company has started offering services as Singapore Airlines' new General Sales Agent (GSA) for Greece.
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Singapore Airlines Appoints General Sales Agent For Greece

Singapore Airlines, the national carrier of Singapore, has announced the appointment of "Asian Aviation Company" as its new General Sales Agent (GSA) for Greece.
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Singapore Airlines Signs Codeshare Agreement With Aegean Airlines

From 1 December 2012, Singapore Airlines customers will be able to fly to the Greek cities of Athens and Thessaloniki through a codeshare agreement with Star Alliance partner Aegean Airlines.

Athens Loses Direct Air Connections To Major Destinations

Singapore Airlines will cease routes to Athens as of 26 October 2012 due to “sustained weak performance,” the Greek travel industry was informed last month. This was just the most recent hit as many carriers have already announced plans to stop direct flights to the Greek capital.

Airbus Hails 2007 a Successful Year

Airbus, a leading aircraft manufacturer, recently announced the company delivered 453 aircraft in 2007, 19 more than in 2006. The deliveries included 367 A320-Family aircraft, six A300-Freighters, 79 A330/A340's and the first “all-new, eco-efficient” A380 to Singapore Airlines.

Singapore Airlines Receives Second A380

Singapore Airlines recently received its second Airbus A380, the world's largest passenger aircraft. The aircraft was handed over to Singapore Airlines at the Airbus Delivery Center in Toulouse, France, on the morning of January 11 and arrived in Singapore the following day.

World Travel Market 2007 Breaks All Records

World Travel Market 2007 proved a great success and "broke all records," according to the organizer, who recently revealed un-audited figures. WTM is a four-day travel industry event held in London annually, which brings together worldwide buyers and sellers from every sector of...

World’s First Double-deck Passenger Aircraft Unveiled

The world last month took its first official look at the biggest airliner yet built during a spectacular ceremony attended by the leaders of four countries, the heads of 14 airlines and operators - Airbus A380 customers - shareholders and thousands of invited onlookers.