In a strategic move to enhance its global connectivity, Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced the launch of direct flights between Singapore and Brussels, Belgium, starting 5 April 2024. This marks SIA’s return to Brussels after a hiatus of over two decades.
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In a landmark achievement, the SIA Group reported a net profit of $734 million in the initial three months of the fiscal year 2023/24. This figure represents the highest quarterly performance in the Group’s history.
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Singapore Airlines has signed an agreement with luxury brand Lalique Group, to introduce a new line of products for the airline’s customers, as part of a new lifestyle branding initiative.
Singapore Airlines has announced the launch of a new route to Stockholm, via Moscow, served by the airline’s A350-900 aircraft. These flights will operate as codeshare with SAS Scandinavian Airlines.
Singapore Airlines will introduce Singapore-style Teochew cuisine to its in-flight menus, in all travel classes, and select dishes served at SilverKris Lounges at Singapore’s Changi Airport.
Competition heated up on routes between Singapore and the U.S. this week when both Singapore Airlines responded to United’s launch of service from San Francisco.
We’ve seen a lot of airlines show off the beauty of the A350 cabin, but Singapore Airlines gives us an AvGeek peek at why this aircraft is also a beauty to fly.
Airbus and Philippine Airlines announced at the Singapore Airshow a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) for six A350-900s, with options for another six purchase which will support Philippine Airlines future long haul fleet.
Philippine Airlines further confirmed that its A350-900s will feature a premium three class layout and will operate on non-stop flights from Manila to the US west coast and New York, as well as new destinations in Europe.
The aircraft continues to grow in popularity around the world and Airbus reports is particularly popular among Asia Pacific carriers.
Thales’ AVANT Android based system offers a flexible architecture which allows Singapore Airlines to constantly introduce and easily integrate the latest apps their customers demand.
The fleet will be equipped with Thales latest AVANT monitors, which are the most lightweight ever deployed in the market, and feature full high-definition video and an integrated Avii, Thales’ most modern Android smartphone-like touch controller, in premium cabins. Navigating menus with Avii is intuitive and the device can act as a second screen so passengers can, for example, watch a film on the big screen while playing one of the game apps on the handset or monitoring the flight map.
Singapore Airlines first A350-900 has taken off on its maiden flight in Toulouse, bringing us one step closer to seeing this beauty in service.
Singapore Airlines will delay the launch of some of its highly anticipated Premium Economy (PEY) launch on some A380 aircraft because of installation delays which double the lead-time to completion from 7 days to around 14, the airline confirms.
“We had expected to have seven retrofitted A380s in service by now but at present we have three serving Sydney, Hong Kong and London routes. The original plan was for all 19 to be completed in the first quarter of 2016 (calendar year), but this has now shifted to the second quarter,” an airline spokesperson tells Flight Chic.
Singapore Airlines has redesigned its website with a sparkling UX interface that looks fabulous on all devices, from desktop to smartphone.
Singapore Airlines’ new Premium Economy cabin, revealed last week, has many attractive features to offer customers, both in the hard product and in its soft offerings and the quality of this product is best reflected in the skilled timing of its stitches.
Having seen the seats when they were revealed by Singapore Airlines I can say that, from an aircraft interiors design perspective, the perfection of details–even down to the accuracy and measure of the stitching pattern that decorates the new seats–best reflects the quality and longevity of Singapore Airlines’ newest product.
In collaboration with its design firm JPA Design, London, Singapore Airlines customised the same ZIM Flugsitz seat that Lufthansa selected for its new Premium Economy cabin. But the designer and the airline have proven that by adding custom fittings, elegant trim and master tailoring one can clearly differentiate a baseline seat structure.
Perhaps your keen eye will be able to figure out which Surya is the real Singapore Girl.
There’s a picture and a poll where you can vote–we’ll let the world decide.
The airline industry may be behind the times on some things, and some airlines might not get consumer preferences at all (judging from complaints) but the aviation industry is beginning to take advantage of the power of social media’s reach. And the best brands are now making their bid for our business pretty tasty.
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