Singapore Airlines (left) on Tuesday reported stable net income in the first six months of the financial year with profits up 4.9 per cent to S$205.6 million (US$151.3 million). Photo: AFP

Singapore Airlines says Malaysia Airlines tie-up is ‘best’ approach amid hurdles in aviation mergers

  • Southeast Asia’s airline industry is dominated by loss-making national carriers but domestic politics has made airline mergers a tough sell
  • The SIA and MAS tie-up includes a revenue-sharing agreement and will offer frequent fliers on both airlines more benefits
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Singapore Airlines (left) on Tuesday reported stable net income in the first six months of the financial year with profits up 4.9 per cent to S$205.6 million (US$151.3 million). Photo: AFP
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