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Singapore Airlines Intent to Purchase 20 777-9s, 19 787-10s

SEATTLE /PRNewswire/ — Boeing [NYSE: BA] is pleased that Singapore Airlines has announced its commitment to purchase 20 777-9s and 19 787-10 Dreamliners. The national carrier and 787-10 launch customer also announced its recommitment for its previous order for 30 787-10 airplanes. “Singapore Airlines has been a valued Boeing customer for more than 50 years…

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Airbus celebrates the delivery of its 10,000th aircraft

Airbus celebrated the delivery of its 10,000th aircraft – an A350-900 for Singapore Airlines. The milestone event was marked by a special ceremony in Toulouse hosted by Airbus Group CEO Tom Enders and attended by Goh Choon Phong, CEO of Singapore Airlines. The aircraft delivered is the sixth A350-900 for Singapore Airlines, out of a…

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Singapore Airlines pilots feel at home in the A350 XWB

Courstesy Airbus The A350 XWB has been given high marks by two Singapore Airlines pilots following a demonstration flight from Changi Airport in this new jetliner – as both praised its commonality with the A380 and A330 they currently fly, while also appreciating new features incorporated in the cockpit. Taking the controls from the left seat…

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Singapore Airlines finalizes order for 50 Airbus Aircraft

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has increased its orders for the A350 XWB with an additional 30 A350-900s, plus options for a further 20 aircraft. The agreement firms up a commitment prior to the Paris Airshow. Under the terms of the agreement, Singapore Airlines will be able to select either the baseline A350-900 or the larger A350-1000…

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Singapore Airlines to order up to 50 more A350 XWBs

Courtesy Airbus Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced that it will purchase up to 50 more A350 XWB aircraft. The agreement covers a firm order for 30 more A350-900s plus options for a further 20 aircraft. The deal allows for the airline to select either the baseline A350-900 or the larger A350-1000 when exercising the options.…

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Singapore Airlines firms up order for A380s and A350 XWBs

Singapore Airlines (SIA) has firmed up an order for 25 more widebody aircraft from Airbus, comprising five of the world’s most efficient, high capacity aircraft, the A380, and 20 A350-900s. The deal was completed in 2012 and follows an agreement in October 2012. Singapore Airlines has placed three consecutive orders for the A380, making it…

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Scoot Airlines to add Boeing 787's

With the revamp of Singapore Airlines is low cost airline scoot, to take over order for 20 Boeing 787. Initially the Boeing 787 was ordered by Singapore Airlines for delivery in 2014. This order was transferred over to scoot on October 24, 2012. Singapore Airlines has also made a few other changes to its fleet…

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Singapore Airlines to order more A380s and A350 XWBs

Courtesy Airbus Singapore Airlines (SIA) has announced that it will order 25 more widebody aircraft from Airbus, comprising five double deck A380s and 20 A350-900s. The aircraft will be operated on the carrier’s long range and regional services, offering maximum comfort and efficiency for high density and medium capacity routes. The latest A380 order will…

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Spanair Ceased Operations

Effective January 28, 2012 Spanair no longer operates. Spanair started out operations in 1986 and started flying in March 1988. The company was 94% owned by the SAS Group. SAS announced in a press release 13 June 2007 that it would sell its shares in Spanair. Selling shares was withdrawn June 19 2008 due to…

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Boeing, Singapore Airlines Finalize Order for Eight 777-300ERs

SEATTLE /PRNewswire/ — Boeing (NYSE: BA) and Singapore Airlines announced an order for eight additional 777-300 Extended Range (ER) airplanes. The orders were previously recorded on Boeing’s Orders & Deliveries website, attributed to an unidentified customer. “This order is part of our ongoing fleet expansion and modernization program, which enables us to offer our latest…

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