1st Intl Airlines, SIA Breaking Hongkong's Arrivals Policy
#41
How will Singapore authority react if a foreign airlines caught smuggling covid29 silently into Changi airport?

There's a possibility and more effective imposing a fine of US$2,000,000 to US$2,500,000 rather than 14 days ban.

for Singapore, $$$ is more important.
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#42
6-4-2021 5:25 AM
scythain said:
How much $$$ will both SIA and Changi Airport going to lose on HK 14 days ban?

How about time and $$$ OYKs spent promoting HK bubble travel across TV and media ?

The loss of trust on Singapore's reputation is unmeasurable.
Yesterday SIA stock price was strongly supported. Very surprise to see that when many people foresee a material impart from the negative performance by a reputable airline.

I believe they are many power hands playing around in the background... notworthy
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#43
6-4-2021 7:08 AM
Mark Koh said:
Yesterday SIA stock price was strongly supported. Very surprise to see that when many people foresee a material impart from the negative performance by a reputable airline.

I believe they are many power hands playing around in the background... notworthy

After injecting $19 billion rescue package, Temasek will not simply allow SIA share prices buckled under the weight of criticism.
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#44
No wonder as high as 80% of CPF members who invested in SGX lost .money.

They betting to beat combination of Temasek and CPF Board.
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#45
6-4-2021 7:08 AM
Mark Koh said:
Yesterday SIA stock price was strongly supported. Very surprise to see that when many people foresee a material impart from the negative performance by a reputable airline.

I believe they are many power hands playing around in the background... notworthy

If sia is banned to fly to hk for two months, not two weeks, sia can still don't drop?

Tamasick is buying?

If other company lose billion of money, price already below $1 or 50 cts.
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#46
6-4-2021 6:40 PM
HSI said:
If sia is banned to fly to hk for two months, not two weeks, sia can still don't drop?

Tamasick is buying?

If other company lose billion of money, price already below $1 or 50 cts.

Transport Minister Ong Ye Kung should learn from NZ PM Ardern

NZ PM Ardern : There is an element of “flyer beware” to any travel where they might have to be tested, isolate or quarantine depending on the circumstance.

“People will need to plan for the possibility of travel being disrupted if there is an outbreak,” Ms Ardern said on Tuesday.
“But for the planning ahead we want to share as much information as we can about our decision-making.

“Once we know about a case in Australia we will have three possible responses when it comes to flights and access to our border, and we’ve captured these with a framework based on continue, pause, or suspend.
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#47
Are Singapore taxpayers carrying the 14 days losses?

If not, then, who pays for it?
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#48
All the company close shop, sia still around, because of the big boss support.

Even every year few billions loss until virus is over, sia would not close down.
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#49
8-4-2021 12:35 PM
HSI said:
All the company close shop, sia still around, because of the big boss support.

Even every year few billions loss until virus is over, sia would not close down.

Big boss also needed $$$ so started planning to borrow
$90 bn.

How to repay?
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#50
Singapore is over invested and over spent.
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