Singapore Airlines is planning to give its frontline employees a bumper bonus of up to eight months of basic pay. The news comes on the backdrop of the airline posting a record annual profit of S$2.16 billion on the back of robust post-pandemic travel demand. The airline staffers will receive a profit-sharing bonus equivalent to 6.65 months’ pay and an additional ex-gratia bonus worth up to 1.5 months’ basic salary in recognition of their hard work and sacrifices that were made during the pandemic. Singapore Airlines said it had been able to take advantage of exceptional demand for air travel
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