Passengers flying with Singapore’s flag carrier on either its Singapore-Copenhagen or Singapore-Istanbul route will soon be able to fly on the new generation Airbus A350-900XWB. The airline now operates a B777-300ER and a B777-200ER on these routes, respectively.
From October 27, the airline will deploy an A350 on its five times weekly Copenhagen route. Singapore Airlines will increase this to a daily flight from January 5, 2020.
From December 1, the airline’s four times weekly Singapore-Istanbul flights will be served by an A350.
The schedule for the upcoming daily Copenhagen flights (effective January 5, 2020) is as follows:
|Singapore Changi (SIN) to Copenhagen (CPH)||SQ352||2355||0600 (+1)||A350-900|
|Copenhagen (CPH) to Singapore Changi (SIN)||SQ351||1230||0730 (+1)|
And the Istanbul flight (effective December 1):
|Singapore Changi (SIN) to Istanbul (IST)||SQ392||0150||0825||A350-900|
|Istanbul (IST) to Singapore Changi (SIN)||SQ391||1425||0545 (+1)|
Singapore Airlines’ A350 is configured with 42 business class seats, 24 premium economy class seats, and 187 economy class seats.
Read our review of Singapore Airlines’ business class A350-900 seat here.