SGX, Changi Airports International launch index for global travel, aviation stocks, Companies & Markets News & Top Stories


Singapore (Opening Hours) – The Singapore Stock Exchange (SGX) and Changi International Airports (CAI) have launched the iEdge-GateEq Aviation & Travel Index, a market capitalization-weighted index covering the 50 largest listed companies in the global travel and aviation industry. These are the revenue generating companies from six sectors, namely airport infrastructure and services; Airlines; Original Equipment Manufacturer and System Providers; Air freight and logistics; Travel and reservation services. And hospitality. The top 10 components in the index are UPS, Booking

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Got a ‘SSSS’ Stamp on Your Boarding Pass? Travel Expert Explains What it Means


Plane trips are a collection of experiences that you collect on the way. Late flights, bad seats, and unorganized check-in can spoil the mood and make you hate flying. However, you have different ways to avoid these mishaps and make your travel smoother. But, one particular event, which can be equally annoying, is the boarding pass getting an evil four-point mark. SSSS, which stands for, Secondary Security Screening Selection, is a stamp given at random to passengers on an international

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8 more airports will open to international flights Nov. 30


The federal government took another step toward rebuilding the travel industry on Tuesday by announcing an increase in the number of Canadian airports that will accept international flights. Transport Minister Omar Al-Ghubra said eight additional airports will begin hosting international arrivals on November 30, bringing the total number of Canadian airports open to global travelers to 18. “Opening these airports to international travel is another step forward in rebuilding and reopening our travel system,” Al Ghabra said. “This move will

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Canada opening 8 more airports to international travel


Posted on November 2, 2021 at 4:58pm EST Canada will reopen more airports to international battles starting November 30, the same day passengers and crews will have to prove they are fully vaccinated if they want to depart from a Canadian airport. “The increased levels of vaccination have allowed us to safely reopen these additional Canadian airports for international passenger flights,” Transportation Minister Omar Al-Ghubra said in a press release. “This measure will help ensure travelers can access more regional

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