As Singapore Airlines, is the world's most awarded airline; with commitment of diligent service to customers and a company that firmly believes in supporting programs that benefit the communities as an essential part of being a good corporate citizen, we hope that Singapore Airlines will help protect and preserve the well-being of sharks in our ocean. Sharks are sentinel species and they are barometers for a healthy ocean environment.
We urgently call upon Singapore Airlines' to cease the transportation of shark fins and shark-related products on all Singapore Airlines' flights as soon as possible. This is essential to cut the supply chain of the shark fin trade.
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Ocean Geographic Society
Singapore Air is one of the top airlines in the world - the airlines service many Asian cities including Hong Kong, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Manila, Jakarta and several major cities in China - these are the major shark fins consumption centers; we need to curb supply to these cities.
Hong Kong Government data indicates that over 1,162 tonnes of shark fin were imported into Hong Kong in 2012, of which 14.1% was by air cargo. Of that percentage a substantial amount would have been flown into Hong Kong on Singapore Airlines' flights. According to a July 2013 report by the global wildlife trade monitoring network Traffic, "Singapore was the fourth biggest exporter of shark fins between 2000 and 2009".