What aircraft does Singapore Airlines use?

Aircraft Airbus A350-900
Passengers S 24
Y 187
Total 253

Does SIA own planes?

As of 1 July 2021, Singapore Airlines operates a fleet of 154 Airbus and Boeing passenger aircraft from six families: Airbus A330, Airbus A350, Airbus A380, Boeing 737, Boeing 777 and Boeing 787. Seven Boeing 747-400 cargo aircraft are also operated.

How old are Singapore Airlines planes?

Singapore Airlines fleet details

Aircraft Number Age
Airbus A380 11 10.2 years
Boeing 737 NG / Max 17 6.3 years
Boeing 747 7 17.6 years
Boeing 777 28 12.2 years

Why is Singapore Airlines retiring A380?

Now, by retiring seven of its remaining A380 jets, (leaving it with 12) Singapore Airlines is signalling that the short-lived reign of the “queen of the skies” is over. … The retirements are part of a major downsizing of the Singapore Airlines fleet, due to the continuing impact of the still-resilient COVID-19 virus.

Does SIA use Boeing?

Singapore Airlines operates a predominantly widebody fleet, until the re-introduction of the Boeing 737 in March 2021 following the merger with SilkAir. The airline also operates Boeing 747-400 freighters.

Are Singapore Airlines Safe?

“Accidents and incidents make up five of our seven star rating with audits accounting for one and Covid-19 compliance the final star for a maximum seven-star ranking,” says Thomas. Singapore Airlines is rated number three on the 2021 list.

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