Singapore Airlines confirms details of non-stop Los Angeles flights – Business Traveller

Singapore Airlines validates information of non-stop Los Angeles flights

11 Jul 2018 by Craig Bright

Singapore Airlines has validated details for its scheduled non-stop flights to Los Angeles, with the very first of its flights set to take off this November utilizing its brand-new Jet A350-900ULR (ultra long variety) aircraft.Initially, Singapore Airlines’flight SQ38 from Singapore to Los Angeles will operate simply 3 times weekly starting November 2, flying on Wednesdays, Fridays and Sundays.However, this is set to increase

to a daily flight right after, on November 9, when the airline gets an extra aircraft before being more increased to 10 times per week on December 7 with the intro of a three-times-weekly flight operating as SQ36.

Flight No.From To Departs Shows up Days SQ38 Singapore(SIN)Los Angeles(LAX )2045 1955 Wed, Fri , Sun(starting Nov 2)/ Daily(beginning Nov

9)SQ36 Singapore (SIN) Los Angeles (LAX) 0820 0730 Wed, Fri, Sun SQ37 Los Angeles (LAX)
Singapore (SIN) 2225 0815 +2) Wed, Fri, Sun

Nov 2) / Daily (starting Nov 9)SQ35 Los Angeles(LAX)Singapore (SIN)0915 1905 +1 Wed, Fri, Sun Accompanying the announcement of the Los Angeles route , Singapore Airlines has actually likewise revealed strategies to improve its existing non-stop

flights between Singapore and San Francisco from when each day to 10 times weekly beginning November 28. The 3 additional weekly flights from Singapore to San Francisco will operate as SQ34, likewise using an A350-900ULR, and will fly on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday. Flight No.From To Departs Arrives Days SQ34 Singapore(SIN )San Francisco(SFO)1520 1350 Wed, Fri, Sun SQ33

San Francisco(SIN)Singapore( SIN)2010 0540 +2 Wed, Fri , Sun The approaching New york city serviceis set to be the longest commercial flight in the world when it removes, covering a range of approximately 16,700 km(9,000 nautical miles) and using up to 18 hours and

45 minutes.As with its

New York flights, the Los Angeles
service will be flown by its A350-900ULR aircraft– a longer-range variation of Jet’s existing A350-900. The most noteworthy

feature of the airplane is that– perhaps mercifully– it will include simply two cabin classes with neither of them being economy. Flights will rather provide just 161 seats in service class and premium economy.Fans of Singapore Airlines’ new A380 organisation class seat products will be pleased to understand that the A350-900ULR will include the precise very same seat with 67 in overall. These are slightly less roomy than its existing A350-900 seats

, though they do use notably more storage space.Premium economy, on the other hand, will include the very same item as is currently offered on both the A350-900 and the new A380s and will offer an overall of 94 seats.Business Traveller has actually also examined the airline company’s premium economy offering on both

of these aircraft.Singapore Airlines has yet to take delivery of its very first A350-900ULR, though the aircraft did total its maiden flight back in April.

Singapore Airlines is the launch consumer for the A350-900ULR, which it anticipates to begin getting in September, and has a total of 7 on order.But what do these brand-new routes and frequency boosts indicate for Singapore Airlines’existing, one-stop flights in between Singapore and the US?Currently, the airline flies to Los Angeles once daily through Seoul and when daily through Tokyo, while its San Francisco services include daily non-stop flights in addition to an everyday service by means of Hong Kong.Unfortunately for fans of Singapore Airlines’Seoul-Los Angeles flights, these will cease to run from November 30 onwards. The airline’s four-times-daily Singapore-Seoul flights will be preserved, however, with a brand-new Singapore-Seoul return flight taking off on December 1 and running as SQ612.< table border =0 width=450 cellspacing =0 cellpadding=0 > Flight No.From To Departs Arrives Days SQ612 Singapore (SIN)Seoul (ICN)0230 0950 Daily SQ611 Seoul(ICN) Singapore (SIN )1240 1825 Daily The provider’s Singapore-Tokyo-Los Angeles and Singapore-Hong Kong-San Francisco routes will stay unchanged.Combining the New York, Los Angeles and added San Francisco frequencies, Singapore Airlines will supply an overall of 27 weekly non-stop flights in between Singapore and the US by the end of this year.When United introduced its service to the Lion City from Los Angeles last October it was the longest in its network and the longest route operated by a Boeing 787 Dreamliner aircraft in the world.To see our newest membership offers for Business Traveller editions worldwide,

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