Singapore Airlines’ first Airbus A380 aircraft equipped with all-new cabin products touches down at Singapore’s Changi Airport from Airbus Delivery Centre on 14th December 2017.
The aircraft arrived at 1000 hrs after a 13-hour flight from Toulouse. Singapore Airlines was the first customer to use the world’s largest passenger aircraft when it took delivery of first of A380 in October 2007. The latest aircraft is the first of five pre-ordered Airbus A380s featuring all-new cabin products.
On the arrival of new aircraft, Singapore Airlines CEO, Mr. Goh Choon Phong said: “The Airbus A380 is a favorite among our customers and we are especially proud to be taking the travel experience to the next level with our new cabin products. The new products are being introduced after four years of development work and we are confident they will truly ‘wow’ our customers, ensuring that we continue to provide them an unparalleled travel experience. The significant investment demonstrates our long-term approach to ensure we continue to lead the industry, and our confidence in the future of premium full-service air travel.”
The latest Airbus A380 can feature 471 seats in four classes – six suites, 78 business class seats, 44 premium economy seats, and 343 economy class seats. Also, Singapore Airlines retrofitting its 14 aircrafts with new features.
Starting from 18 December 2017, Singapore Airlines will deploy the latest A380 on the Singapore – Sydney route. Besides operating A380 service to Sydney, Singapore Airlines will also serve Auckland, Frankfurt, London, Mumbai, New York, Shanghai, Zurich, Beijing, Hong Kong, Melbourne, New Delhi, and Paris.
Singapore Airlines Sydney Flight Schedule:
|Flight No.||Dep. Destination||Dep. Time||Arr. Destination||Arr. Time|
|SQ221||Singapore||2040 hrs||Sydney||0740 hrs|
|SQ232||Sydney||1215 hrs||Singapore||1735 hrs|
About Singapore Airlines:
Singapore Airlines, the flag carrier of Singapore operates from its main hub at Changi International Airport. World’s longest non-stop commercial flights to Newark and Los Angeles are Singapore flights. This was the first airline to launch Airbus A380 – world’s largest passenger aircraft. Singapore flights travel to over 62 destinations in 35 countries on 6 continents.