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Old 18th May 2019, 07:19 PM   #1126
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To help clear confusion with the reinstated 772 regional:

7 + 1 - 7 = 1. This on the surface means that a plane was reinstated to temporarily bring the set of planes up to 8.

The set of 7 as at 31/3/19 is definitely SQL, SQM, SQN, SRM, SRO, SRP, SRQ.

I have made checks on flightaware for all other possible 772 regionals that are outside of this set and there hasn't been activity with any of them for ages.

I can only conclude that it is therefore 7 - 1 + 1 - 6 = 1. It's a very unusual way of stating it, but in that "-7", one of these planes is being accounted for being withdrawn twice.

i doubt the people doing the SQ presentation slides will state it in such an abstract way though. sounds more legit that they are indeed planning to reinstate one more 772.

if the plan to transfer SRP & SRQ was made in advance, then the 787's issues would have changed things...but since SRP/Q are already committed to nokscoot, then the only alternative is to reinstate another 772 until sufficient regional 359s and 787s are delivered.

my guess is still with SQJ
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Old 18th May 2019, 08:19 PM   #1127
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i doubt the people doing the SQ presentation slides will state it in such an abstract way though. sounds more legit that they are indeed planning to reinstate one more 772.

if the plan to transfer SRP & SRQ was made in advance, then the 787's issues would have changed things...but since SRP/Q are already committed to nokscoot, then the only alternative is to reinstate another 772 until sufficient regional 359s and 787s are delivered.

my guess is still with SQJ
The presentation slides said that they reinstated, not will reinstate, the 772 in question. Now that BLR has gone A350, which means more slack for the 772 fleet, Iím not sure why they should reinstate a 772 if they havenít done so already.
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Old 18th May 2019, 09:30 PM   #1128
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The presentation slides said that they reinstated, not will reinstate, the 772 in question. Now that BLR has gone A350, which means more slack for the 772 fleet, Iím not sure why they should reinstate a 772 if they havenít done so already.
I think it is just for show only to those analyst/reporters. They have mention 2 787-10 were grounded. So they need to show that 2 planes were reinstated to help with the situation. But all the 7 777-200 are in service from 20/3 to 10/4.
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Old 19th May 2019, 12:25 AM   #1129
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I think it is just for show only to those analyst/reporters. They have mention 2 787-10 were grounded. So they need to show that 2 planes were reinstated to help with the situation. But all the 7 777-200 are in service from 20/3 to 10/4.
That is also what I think. I believe they had originally planed to retire the 772 in question, but kept it flying past April 1 and so assumed it as "reinstated" in the slides.
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Old 12th June 2019, 02:21 AM   #1130
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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 12th June 2019, 02:24 AM   #1131
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Changelog from Previous Update

Airbus A330-300
Removed 9V-STO and 9V-STV
Added 9V-STU

Airbus A350-900
Added 9V-SHE-9V-SHH

Airbus A380-800
Changed 9V-SKS from Seating Config 2 to Seating Config 3

Boeing 777-200
Removed 9V-SRP and 9V-SRQ

Boeing 787-10
Added 9V-SCJ and 9V-SCK
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Old 13th July 2019, 12:28 AM   #1132
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I noticed in SQ Fleet for the A380 there seems to be 2 versions for the new 2017 products but the both seem to have the same layout and capacity and products

https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/s...rbus-a380-800/
https://www.singaporeair.com/saar5/p...inproducts.pdf
https://www.singaporeair.com/saar5/p...inproducts.pdf

Seems like they are exactly the same - does anyone know the difference?
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Old 13th July 2019, 12:38 AM   #1133
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I noticed in SQ Fleet for the A380 there seems to be 2 versions for the new 2017 products but the both seem to have the same layout and capacity and products

https://www.singaporeair.com/en_UK/s...rbus-a380-800/
https://www.singaporeair.com/saar5/p...inproducts.pdf
https://www.singaporeair.com/saar5/p...inproducts.pdf

Seems like they are exactly the same - does anyone know the difference?
Refitted A380 (9V-SKS only currently) has a different layout in Economy Class. Total capacities by cabin class are identical.



Details here.
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Old 13th July 2019, 02:11 AM   #1134
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Refitted A380 (9V-SKS only currently) has a different layout in Economy Class. Total capacities by cabin class are identical.
Ahhh sharp eyes. Thanks didnít noticed. Thanks
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Old 13th July 2019, 08:40 AM   #1135
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Refitted A380 (9V-SKS only currently) has a different layout in Economy Class. Total capacities by cabin class are identical.
Interesting, looks like the crew rest emergency exit is located at row 62.

Thanks

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Old 17th July 2019, 11:41 PM   #1136
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Interesting, looks like the crew rest emergency exit is located at row 62.

Thanks

Michael
Yes I believe it was not feasible to move the crew rest compartment in the older aircraft, along with some of the toilets and galleys which also retain their existing configuration.
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Old 18th July 2019, 05:39 PM   #1137
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Yes I believe it was not feasible to move the crew rest compartment in the older aircraft, along with some of the toilets and galleys which also retain their existing configuration.
I think that was also the case for the retrofitted 777-200 aircraft?
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Old 18th July 2019, 06:29 PM   #1138
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I think that was also the case for the retrofitted 777-200 aircraft?
Yes hence two versions of the J cabin on the 772s, despite the same seat totals by cabin class.
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