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
|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.