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Old 3rd June 2013, 07:15 PM   #1
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SINGAPORE AIRLINES FLEET & ORDERS (UPDATED 12 JUNE 2019)

Airbus A330-300

In Service: 16
Seating: 30J/255Y (Regional J, 2006 Y)

- 9V-STC
- 9V-STQ
- 9V-STR
- 9V-STU
- 9V-STW
- 9V-STY
- 9V-STZ
- 9V-SSA
- 9V-SSB
- 9V-SSC
- 9V-SSD
- 9V-SSE
- 9V-SSF
- 9V-SSG
- 9V-SSH
- 9V-SSI

Airbus A350-900

In Service: 29
On Order: 31
Seating 1: 42J/24S/187Y (2013 J, 2015 S, 2013 Y)

- 9V-SMA
- 9V-SMB
- 9V-SMC
- 9V-SMD
- 9V-SME
- 9V-SMF
- 9V-SMG
- 9V-SMH
- 9V-SMI
- 9V-SMJ
- 9V-SMK
- 9V-SML
- 9V-SMM
- 9V-SMN
- 9V-SMO
- 9V-SMP
- 9V-SMQ
- 9V-SMR
- 9V-SMS
- 9V-SMT
- 9V-SMU

Seating 2: 40J/263Y (2018 Regional J, 2017 Y)

- 9V-SHA
- 9V-SHB
- 9V-SHC
- 9V-SHD
- 9V-SHE
- 9V-SHF
- 9V-SHG
- 9V-SHH

Airbus A350-900ULR

In Service: 7
Seating: 67J/94S (2013 J, 2015 S)

- 9V-SGA
- 9V-SGB
- 9V-SGC
- 9V-SGD
- 9V-SGE
- 9V-SGF
- 9V-SGG

Airbus A380-800

In Service: 19
Seating 1: 12R/60J/36S/333Y (2006 R, 2006 J, 2015 S, 2006 Y)

- 9V-SKF
- 9V-SKG
- 9V-SKH
- 9V-SKI
- 9V-SKJ
- 9V-SKK

Seating 2: 12R/86J/36S/245Y (2006 R, 2006 J, 2015 S, 2006 Y)

- 9V-SKL
- 9V-SKM
- 9V-SKN
- 9V-SKP
- 9V-SKQ
- 9V-SKR
- 9V-SKT

Seating 3: 6R/78J/44S/343Y (2017 R, 2017 J, 2017 S, 2017 Y)

- 9V-SKS
- 9V-SKU
- 9V-SKV
- 9V-SKW
- 9V-SKY
- 9V-SKZ

Boeing 777-200

In Service: 5
Seating 1: 38J/228Y (Regional J, Refurbed Y)

- 9V-SQL
- 9V-SRO

Seating 2: 38J/228Y (Regional J, 2006 Y)

- 9V-SQM
- 9V-SQN
- 9V-SRM

Boeing 777-200ER

In Service: 5
Seating 1: 26J/245Y (2006 J, Refurbed Y)

- 9V-SVM
- 9V-SVN

Seating 2: 26J/245Y (2006 J, 2006 Y)

- 9V-SVB
- 9V-SVC
- 9V-SVE

Boeing 777-300

In Service: 5
Seating 1: 8F/50J/226Y (2006 F, Regional J, Refurbed Y)

- 9V-SYF
- 9V-SYL

Seating 2: 8F/50J/226Y (2006 F, Regional J, 2006 Y)

- 9V-SYH
- 9V-SYI
- 9V-SYJ

Boeing 777-300ER

In Service: 27
Seating: 4F/48J/28S/184Y (2013 F, 2013 J, 2015 S, 2013 Y)

- 9V-SWA
- 9V-SWB
- 9V-SWD
- 9V-SWE
- 9V-SWF
- 9V-SWG
- 9V-SWH
- 9V-SWI
- 9V-SWJ
- 9V-SWK
- 9V-SWL
- 9V-SWM
- 9V-SWN
- 9V-SWO
- 9V-SWP
- 9V-SWQ
- 9V-SWR
- 9V-SWS
- 9V-SWT
- 9V-SWU
- 9V-SWV
- 9V-SWW
- 9V-SWY
- 9V-SWZ
- 9V-SNA
- 9V-SNB
- 9V-SNC

Boeing 777-9

On Order: 20
EIS: 2021
Seating: TBA

Boeing 787-10

In Service: 11
On Order: 36
Seating: 36J/301Y (2018 Regional J, 2017 Y)

- 9V-SCA
- 9V-SCB
- 9V-SCC
- 9V-SCD
- 9V-SCE
- 9V-SCF
- 9V-SCG
- 9V-SCH
- 9V-SCI
- 9V-SCJ
- 9V-SCK

Total

In Service: 124
On Order: 87

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Old 3rd June 2013, 08:12 PM   #2
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Singapore Airlines Fleet and Orders

Airbus A330-300

In Service: 21
9V-STA - 9V-STU

On Order: 13
EIS: 2013 - 2015

Seating: 30J/255Y [New Regional J / New Y]

Airbus A340-500

In Service: 5
9V-SGA - 9V-SGE

Seating: 100J [New J]

*To be phased out Q4 2013*

Airbus A350-900

On Order: 70
EIS: 2016 - 2017

Seating: TBA

Airbus A380-800

In Service: 19
9V-SKA - 9V-SKT

On Order: 5

Seating: 12R/60J/399Y (9V-SKA - 9V-SKK) [New R, New J, New Y]
12R/86J/311Y (9V-SKL - 9V-SKT) [New R, New J, New Y]

Boeing 777-200

In Service: 20
9V-SQE, 9V-SQF, 9V-SQI - 9V-SQN, 9V-SRF - 9V-SRL, 9V-SRM - 9V-SRQ

Seating: 12F/42J/234Y (9V-SQE, 9V-SQF) [Old Regional F, Ultimo J, Old Y]
38J/228Y (9V-SQI - 9V-SQN) [New Regional J, Refurbed Y]
30J/293Y (9V-SRF - 9V-SRL) [Ultimo J, Old Y]
38J/228Y (9V-SRM - 9V-SRQ) [New Regional J, Refurbed Y]

Boeing 777-200ER

In Service: 11
9V-SVB - 9V-SVO

Seating: 30J/255Y (9V-SVC, 9V-SVH, 9V-SVJ, 9V-SVK, 9V-SVM, 9V-SVN, 9V-SVO) [Spacebed J, Old Y]
26J/245Y (9V-SVB, 9V-SVE, 9V-SVI, 9V-SVL) [New J, Refurbed Y]

Boeing 777-300

In Service: 7
9V-SYF - 9V-SYL

Seating: 8F/50J/226Y [New F, New Regional J, Refurbed Y]

Boeing 777-300ER

In Service: 19
9V-SWA - 9V-SWT

On Order: 8
EIS: 2013 - 2014

Seating: 8F/42J/228Y [New F, New J, New Y]

Boeing 787-10

On Order: 30
EIS: 2018 - 2019

Seating: TBA

Total

In Service: 102
On Order: 126
Great summary, FSJZ.
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Old 4th June 2013, 01:08 AM   #3
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might be worth noting that the Boeing 787-10 order is not firm yet.

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Old 4th June 2013, 03:16 PM   #4
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Just to be picky....

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Singapore Airlines Fleet and Orders

Airbus A380-800

In Service: 19
9V-SKA-9V-SKN, 9V-SKP-9V-SKT, (there is no 9V-SKO)

On Order: 5

Seating: 12R/60J/399Y (9V-SKA - 9V-SKK) [New R, New J, New Y]
12R/86J/311Y (9V-SKL - 9V-SKT) [New R, New J, New Y]

Boeing 777-300ER

In Service: 19
9V-SWA-9V-SWB, 9V-SWD-9V-SWT, (there is no 9V-SWC)

On Order: 8
EIS: 2013 - 2014

Seating: 8F/42J/228Y [New F, New J, New Y]
But yes otherwise it is a great summary! Thanks for writing this up!

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Old 4th June 2013, 05:29 PM   #5
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Just to be picky....

But yes otherwise it is a great summary! Thanks for writing this up!

Thanks! Yes edited already
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Old 4th June 2013, 08:49 PM   #6
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Airbus A380-800

In Service: 19
9V-SKA-9V-SKN, 9V-SKP-9V-SKT, (there is no 9V-SKO)

On Order: 5
Sorry if this is off topic, but why was SKO omitted?
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Old 4th June 2013, 10:19 PM   #7
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Sorry if this is off topic, but why was SKO omitted?
Perhaps they didn't want some wisecrack to nickname it a "knock out". And as with SWC, a flying toilet?
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Old 5th June 2013, 12:32 AM   #8
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Perhaps they didn't want some wisecrack to nickname it a "knock out". And as with SWC, a flying toilet?
It's pretty well known that SQ is a very superstitious company.
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Old 5th June 2013, 06:41 AM   #9
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It's pretty well known that SQ is a very superstitious company.
Certainly seems like it. I don't suppose they were worried that two giant flaps marked WC could be mistaken for the toilet drainage point?
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Yet they don't seem to have a problem with STD or STI....
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Old 5th June 2013, 04:50 PM   #11
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It's pretty well known that SQ is a very superstitious company.
They are. Just like how J does not have a row 13
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They are. Just like how J does not have a row 13
If that's the case, they really shouldn't have row 14 ... they carry more Asians than Americans.
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If that's the case, they really shouldn't have row 14 ... they carry more Asians than Americans.
Could they replace rows 13 & 14 with rows 7 & 8 repeated? Double the number of 'lucky rows'
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Yet they don't seem to have a problem with STD or STI....
This is just my guess... The abbreviations "STD" and "STI" really only means what it means if the 3 letters are used as abbreviation, whereas "KO" could mean "knock out" and "WC" could mean toilet as mentioned earlier.

And my point..? On the nose gear doors only 2 letters of the registration is painted, so you'll get KO, WC, TD and TI. If looking at those letters, only KO and WC have the potential to be mistaken for something else...

Just my 2 cents...
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Old 6th June 2013, 06:03 PM   #15
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anyone have any idea when they will upgrade or replace

12F/42J/234Y (9V-SQE, 9V-SQF) [Old Regional F, Ultimo J, Old Y]
30J/293Y (9V-SRF - 9V-SRL) [Ultimo J, Old Y]
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