Singapore Airlines 747-400. By Rob Finlayson Singapore Airlines (SIA) Cargo president Tan Kai Ping said that "depressed demand ... across all markets gives us little reason to be optimistic about the near-term outlook," driving SIA Cargo to cut freighter capacity by 20%. SIA said it is not grounding any of its 13 Boeing 747-400Fs but is operating each aircraft fewer hours. The cuts are "mainly for long-haul services," according to an SIA Cargo statement. ...

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