Singapore Airlines to expand capacity on Haneda flights during summer

17 Feb 2015 by Clement Huang

In anticipation of the busy summer travel season, Singapore Airlines will adjust capacity on its Singapore–Tokyo Haneda route.

This will be done by deploying a B777-300ER on one of its three daily flights to the Japanese airport. Currently, flights are served with the B777-200ER.  

The aircraft change will be effective from June 18 to July 18, and again from September 10 to October 11.

The B777-300ER will be placed on the SQ636/SQ631 flights. Flight SQ636 departs Singapore at 2235 and arrives in Haneda at 0635 the following day. Meanwhile, the return SQ631 service takes off from Tokyo at 0920, and touches back down in Changi at 1515.

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Clement Huang

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