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Sauber announces Singapore Airlines as new partner

  • Published on 18 Mar 2015 13:43
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  • By: Rob Veenstra
The Sauber F1 Team is pleased to announce Singapore Airlines as Official Airline Partner. Singapore Airlines is the most awarded airline worldwide, and was the first carrier worldwide to fly the Airbus A380 in 2007. With this partnership Singapore Airlines will provide flights to the overseas races mainly in Asian and Australian territories.

Monisha Kaltenborn, Team Principal: "We are excited to embark on a long-term and sustainable partnership with Singapore Airlines, the world's most renowned Airline and a highly respected company with a true global presence. Its unparalleled ambition to deliver the best in industry service perfectly matches with our striving for leading edge racing in F1."

Ranjan Jha, General Manager Switzerland Singapore Airlines: "We are very pleased to be the Official Airline Partner of the Sauber F1 Team. We share the same fascination and passion for engineering and consistent ambition for innovation, highest quality and precision. Sauber stands for a strong brand with a long-time, impressive tradition. We are excited about the new season and looking forward to embarking on this journey together."

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  • khasmir

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    So their new partner is "a highly respected company". Funny to hear considering their legal troubles with van der Garde ;)
    They certainly went to the bottom of my list of most respected F1 teams.

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    • Mar 18 2015 - 18:45
  • Well, since their internal decision-making capabilities seem to be flawed with Monisha at the helm, maybe they're trying to salvage their reputation "by association." But, don't forget the old poem about "being judged by the company we keep" and the pig that got up from the gutter and walked away.

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    • Mar 18 2015 - 20:33
  • Sirhenry

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    They have one thing in common...know how to overbook seats..

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    • Mar 20 2015 - 10:51

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