After taking a month of hiatus, we decided to bring back JustintanTV The Animated Series, where we seriously talk Singlish and more random things in general from Static Noise Podcast, Fellowship Stories Of You And Me, Good Hang Podcast and the mrbrown show Podcast.
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For news roundup, we are introducing new segment called speculations. This week, if Malaysia Airlines to eliminate all flights to Europe and Middle East, it will sign a code-share deal later this year with just only Singapore Airlines, resulting of bilateral code-share deal transfer from Dubai-based Emirates to neighboring country’s carrier, Singapore Airlines. SIA has launched Stockholm flights as of 30 May from BOTH Singapore and Moscow. The Airbus A350 XWBs will be bought in progressively to replace ageing Boeing aircraft and leased A330-300s from Airbus, as A330s will be returned to various lessors and airlines and Premium Economy Class bookings will be added to certain routes, except Brunei, where Qatar Airways will be taking over. For MAB’s code-share deal with Emirates, it’s just only KL-Dubai route. Other routes for MAB operated by Emirates will be operated by Singapore Airlines instead of Emirates (including SilkAir, it’s regional affiliate).
And if Singapore Airlines (SQ) becomes Skytrax’s World’s Best Airline of 2017, this could be it, one year ago, SQ368 turned back to Changi Airport Terminal 3 because of the right wing caught fire.
Some tweets I posted on 26 Feb: