Singapore Airlines management announced an additional capacity cut and said it has met with three staff unions to discuss its plans for "mitigating the impact of the global economic downturn." In a statement released Monday, the airline said that falling advance bookings prompted it to reduce capacity in the fiscal year beginning April 1 by 11% year-over-year. SIA will ground 17 aircraft, 13 more than previously planned. It originally planned to convert one aircraft into a freighter and ...

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