As Singapore’s passenger capacity is still at a near record low, nearly a third of the country’s fleet remains inactive. Recent relaxation in measures to allow for some inbound tourism from Germany and Brunei has sparked hope for Singapore Airlines, suggesting wider travel corridors may be formed in the near future.
Singapore has been more exposed than many other countries throughout the coronavirus pandemic, due to the nature of the aviation market. The island nation has no domestic capacity to fall back on, therefore relies solely on international routes.
The country’s airlines have an extensive aircraft backlog, with deliveries on nearly 90 aircraft expected in the coming years. If demand is continually suppressed in the coming years, revisions in the order books may occur.
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