How many 777 does Singapore Airlines have?

Current fleet

Aircraft In service Notes
Boeing 777-300ER 27 Four older aircraft to be retired.
Boeing 777-9 Expected deliveries to begin in 2024. 11 orders converted from 787-10 to be delivered after March 2026.
Boeing 787-10 15 Launch customer. 2 orders transferred to Scoot.

Which airlines own Singapore Airlines?

Singapore Airlines Group

  • Silk Air (100%, since 1989)
  • Singapore Airlines Cargo (100%, since 2001 – became a division of Singapore Airlines on 01-Apr-2018)
  • Budget Aviation Holdings (100%) Tiger Airways Holdings, trading as Scoot as of 25-Jul-2017 following Tigerair and Scoot merger (100%, since Mar-2016)

Does Singapore Airlines still fly A380?

Singapore Airlines (SIA1) (SINGY) ousted its first-ever Airbus A380 in 2017. At the height of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020, Singapore Airlines (SIA1) (SINGY) had laid out plans to retire seven Airbus A380 aircraft, leaving only 12 of its double-deckers in its fleet.

How many seats does Singapore Airlines 777 300ER have?

Overview The Singapore Airlines Boeing 777-300ER aircraft is operated on medium to long-haul routes. This 777-300ER features a four class configuration with 4 First Class suites, 48 Business Class flat bed seats, 28 Premium Economy seats, and 184 standard Economy Class seats.

Are there economy class seats on Sia 777?

SIA continues to set the standard for economy class travel with one of the widest economy class seat in the airlines industry, having a 3-3-3 layout for its 777 fleet. The seat itself has good width and recline, and coupled with the headrest and footrest, just makes is so much more comfortable than the competitors.

How many seats are in business class on Singapore Airlines?

The business class cabin on Singapore Airlines’s 777-300 features 50 lie-flat seats in a 2-2-2 configuration. The first class cabin on Singapore Airlines’s 777-300 features 8 lie-flat seats in a 1-2-1 configuration.

Which is the newest aircraft in the Singapore fleet?

This aircraft is one of the newest additions to the Singapore fleet and has updated seats and entertainment. On the newest versions of this aircraft, every seat has a 110V AC power port and a USB port.