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Singapore Airlines reports $2.5bn net loss in first half

National carrier to retire 26 planes in response to weak demand

During the three months through September, Singapore Airlines’ group carried 98.8% fewer passengers than the same period the previous year.   © Reuters

SINGAPORE -- Singapore Airlines on Friday reported a net loss of 3.46 billion Singapore dollars ($2.57 billion) for the six months through September, as the COVID-19 pandemic continues to drain international travel demand. 

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