NEW DELHI: Singapore Airlines’ (SIA) regional wing, SilkAir, will undergo over $100-million cabin upgrade program and eventually merge with the parent SIA. The Singapore-based mega airline on Friday said SilkAir will undergo the multi-year “significant investment programme” to upgrade to new lie-flat seats in business class, and get seat-back in-flight entertainment systems in both business and economy sections. The idea: service consistency across the SIA Group’s full-service network.
SilkAir to be merged with parent Singapore Airlines
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