(Bloomberg) -- Singapore Airlines Ltd. staff, including pilots, may get a profit-sharing bonus of 7.94 months, the Straits Times reported, citing an announcement it had seen from chief executive officer Goh Choon Phong. 

This compares with the 6.65 months of bonus that most of the airline’s staff received last year, with some getting an extra 1.5 months for their work during the Covid-19 pandemic, the local newspaper reported on Thursday. 

SIA, as the airline is known, declined ST’s request for comment.

The airline said on Thursday that near-term demand for flights remains healthy as robust appetite for travel delivered a record full-year profit that even beat estimates despite a marginally weaker fourth quarter.

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