A Singapore Airlines passenger jet taxis along the tarmac as it arrives at Changi International Airport terminal in Singapore. Photo: AFP A Singapore Airlines passenger jet taxis along the tarmac as it arrives at Changi International Airport terminal in Singapore. Photo: AFP
A Singapore Airlines passenger jet taxis along the tarmac as it arrives at Changi International Airport terminal in Singapore. Photo: AFP

Coronavirus could hand Singapore Airlines a bigger share of India’s aviation market

  • The lucrative market of flying passengers between India and Europe, Japan or beyond was dominated by Etihad and Emirates, which connect through Middle East hubs
  • The advantage for Singapore Airlines will come from its local affiliate, Vistara, as India doesn’t allow foreign airlines to fly to a third country directly

Topic |   Singapore
A Singapore Airlines passenger jet taxis along the tarmac as it arrives at Changi International Airport terminal in Singapore. Photo: AFP A Singapore Airlines passenger jet taxis along the tarmac as it arrives at Changi International Airport terminal in Singapore. Photo: AFP
A Singapore Airlines passenger jet taxis along the tarmac as it arrives at Changi International Airport terminal in Singapore. Photo: AFP
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