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CHENNAI: Singapore Airlines, which has been targeting high-income earners, is also eyeing price-conscious travellers.

Showcasing the $360-million cabin product and service development programme it has launched in its new fleet of Boeing and Airbus aircraft, Foo Chai Woo, newly appointed General Manager, India, said on Wednesday that the airline was focussing on those travelling beyond Singapore, especially to the West. Bharat Mahadevan, Manager, Southern India, SIA, the airline was operating a Boeing-777 jet between Singapore and Chennai.

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