Australia's largest international airport has joined the push to establish Singapore Airlines on the lucrative corridor to the US in direct competition with Qantas. Sydney Airport head Max Moore-Wilton said that "at the appropriate time" the airport will be "strongly supportive" of SIA's plans to take up services between Sydney and Los Angeles. "Undoubtedly we support Singapore Airlines; the trend in world aviation is opening up the markets," Moore-Wilton said. He was flanked by SIA CEO ...

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