Doebele, Justin
December 2005
Forbes Asia;12/26/2005, Vol. 1 Issue 9, p34
The article deals with the recovery of Singapore Airlines under its Chief Executive Officer Chew Choon Seng. The airline, a favorite of international travelers, with its iconic Singapore Girls in the cabin, has been one of the world's tightest-run ships. The airlines remains a formidable competitor. The airline has never lost money on a full-year basis, and last year it was the world's most profitable.


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