Singapore Airlines has launched daily Airbus
A330-300 services between Singapore and Nagoya, Japan. The daily
services replace the airline’s five times weekly Boeing 777
operations on the route.
The A330-300 flights to Nagoya take off
from Singapore’s Changi Airport at 0100 hrs to arrive
at Central Japan International Airport at 0830hrs (all times
Nagoya is the first Japanese city to receive Singapore Airlines’ A330-300 aircraft. Osaka will be the second
when the airline replaces its daily Boeing 777 services to Osaka with
A330-300 services in early 2010.
Singapore Airlines currently
operates A330-300 services to and from three Australian cities,
i.e. Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide.
The Singapore Airlines A330-300 is
configured in a two-class layout with 30 new Business Class seats and 255 Economy Class seats.
The Business Class cabin is laid
out in a 2-2-2 configuration (distinct from the existing Boeing 777 on
these routes, which is in 2-3-2 layout) and features a new
Business Class seat, specially designed for regional and
medium-haul routes. The seat converts to an incline lie-flat bed
and offers enhanced levels of comfort, privacy and functionality.
The Economy Class cabin is laid out in a 2-4-2 configuration.
Featured are the new generation Singapore Airlines Economy Class
seats, currently available on the airline’s Boeing 777-300ER and
aircraft. They are ergonomically designed to provide
customers with improved comfort, more personal space and
All seats will feature the new KrisWorld,
Singapore Airlines’ inflight entertainment system,
and even iPod and iPhone connectivity in every seat,
including Economy Class.
Singapore Airlines currently has eight
A330-300s in its fleet, with another 11 A330-300s due to be
delivered between now and 2010.
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