Singapore Airlines - Our Subsidiaries
The Singapore Airlines Group has over 20 subsidiaries, covering a range of airline-related services from cargo to engine overhaul. The Singapore Airlines Group will continue to invest in related businesses, rather than seek to diversify outside of the aviation industry. We are proud to introduce Singapore Airlines' main subsidiaries - SIA Cargo, SIA Engineering Company, SilkAir and Tradewinds Tours and Travel.
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Singapore Airlines Cargo
Singapore Airlines Cargo operates to destinations around the world with its fleet of B747-400 Freighters. It also manages the cargo space on Singapore Airlines’ passenger aircraft. Its extensive network and strategic alliances enable it to deliver cargo to just about anywhere in the world.
SIA Engineering Company
SIA Engineering Company, widely recognised as one of the leading players in the maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) industry, provides engineering services to over 85 airlines around the world. Its comprehensive range of in-house capabilities, together with strategic joint ventures with original equipment manufacturers located minutes from its hangars, enables it to deliver faster turnaround times and cost efficiencies for its customers.
SilkAir, a wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, is one of Asia’s leading regional carriers. Positioned as a premium short- to medium-haul carrier, it operates to Asia’s most exotic locations, serving both leisure and business travellers alike. Its attention to detail and commitment to service excellence has won the airline numerous accolades, including being named to the TTG Travel Hall of Fame in 2010.
Tradewinds excels in its role as the tour-operating arm of Singapore Airlines and SilkAir, offering a wide range of tours and travel packages to numerous destinations around the world. It manages the popular free-and-easy packages provided by the two airlines, including Singapore Airlines Holidays, SilkAir Holidays, as well as Singapore Stopover Holidays.
A wholly owned subsidiary of Singapore Airlines, Scoot operates medium-to-long-haul, low-cost flights between Singapore and Australasia, China and others – with some routes being completely new, others new to no-frills airline operations. Operating a fleet of Boeing 777-200 aircraft, Scoot provides – in addition to fantastic value airfares – a safe, reliable and contemporary travel experience with a unique attitude – Scootitude. Scoot is passionate about changing the way people travel long distance.