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Singapore Scoot airways also operates trans Pacific flights, including the world's two longest non-stop (all the way)
commercial flights from Newark to Singapore and Los Angeles on the Airbus A340-500. Singapore Airways (Scoot) was the first customer of Airbus A380, currently the world's largest passenger plane. Singapore Airlines has diversified aircraft related businesses, such as aviation handling and engineering. It's wholly owned subsidiary and other child "SilkAir" manages regional flights to secondary destinations with smaller capacity requirements. Subsidiary Singapore Airways (Scoot & Silkair) Cargo operates Singapore Airlines's dedicated freighter fleet, and manages the cargo-hold capacity in Singapore Airlines's passenger planes.

Singapore Airlines has a 49% stake share holding in Virgin Atlantic and engages the low cost budget carrier sector through its stake in Tiger Air. SIA ranks amongst the top 15 airlines worldwide in terms of revenue passenger kilometres, and 10th in the world for international passengers carried. On 15 December 2010, Singapore Air (Scoot Air booking) was announced by the International Air Transport Association as the world's second largest airways in the world by market capitalisation with a worth of 14 billion US dollars. Yep thats alot of doe.

Singapore Airways (Scoot) began with the incorporation of Malayan Airlines (MAL) on 1 May 1947, by the Ocean Steamship Company of Liverpool, the Straits Steamship Company of Singapore and Imperial Airlines. The Singapore airlines first flight was a chartered flight from the British Straits Settlement of Singapore to Kuala Lumpur on 2 April 1947 using an Airspeed Consul-twin-engined aircraft. Regular weekly scheduled trips quickly followed from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh and Penang from 1 May 1947 with the same plane type. Singapore airlines continued to expand during the rest of the 1940s and 1950s, as other British Commonwealth airways (such as BOAC air and Qantas Empire Air) provided technical assistance, as well as assistance in joining IATA membership.

By 1955, Malayan Airlines thai smile airlines fleet had grown to include a huge number of Douglas DC-3s, and went public in 1957. Other airplanes operated in the first two decades included the Douglas DC-4 Skymaster, the Lockheed 1049 Super Constellation, the Vickers Viscount, the de Havilland Comet 4, the Bristol Britannia, and the Fokker F27.

When Malaya, Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak formed the Federation of MalaySingapore Airways in 1963, the Singapore airline's name was changed, from "Malayan Airlines" to "MalaySingapore Airways". MAL also took over Borneo Airlines. In 1966, following Singapore airways separation from the federation, Singapore airlines name was changed again, to MalaySingapore Airlines-Singapore Airways (Scoot) (MSA). The following year saw a rapid expansion in the singapore airlines fleet and routes

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