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Civil/General Aviation News Articles and Press Releases
SIA to launch non-stop flights between S'pore and San Francisco, 2nd daily Los Angeles service
Date: 16/06/16

SINGAPORE — Starting Oct 23 this year, Singapore Airlines (SIA) will have daily flights between Singapore to San Francisco, the national carrier announced on Thursday (June 16).

The flights will be on SIA's latest A350-900 planes and will be the longest flights in SIA’s network until 2018 — when a new variant of the A350-900 will enter service, enabling even longer flights between Singapore and both Los Angeles and New York.

The A350-900 is able to operate non-stop San Francisco flights on a year-round basis, although there may be some payload restrictions due to headwinds, which will result in some seats not being offered for sale, said the airline.

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Singapore Airlines plane catches fire on Changi Airport runway; no injuries reported
From: Straits Times
By: Lee Min Kok, Karamjit Kaur
Date: 27/06/16

SINGAPORE - A Singapore Airlines (SIA) plane forced to return to Singapore due to an engine fault caught fire shortly after it landed at Changi Airport on Monday (June 27) morning.

There were no injuries but travellers booked on other early morning flights faced some delays as Runway 2 where the plane landed remains closed.

Flight SQ368 with 222 passengers and 19 crew on board, departed Changi Airport Terminal 3 for Milan, Italy, at around 2.05am on Monday.

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Changi Airport's Terminal 4 opens for business; smooth operations for first arriving and departing flights

From: Straits Times
By: Tan Tam Mei, Adrian Lim
Date: 31/10/17

SINGAPORE - Changi Airport's newest terminal - T4 - started its first day of operations early Tuesday (Oct 31) morning, marking a critical milestone in Singapore's aviation history.

Airport operations went off without a hitch, with passengers for the first flight out to Hong Kong streaming in as early as 4am to the departure hall to use the self-check-in facilities. Airport staff were on hand to guide them through the process.

The first arriving and departing flights at T4 were operated by Cathay Pacific - CX659 from Hong Kong arrived at 5.40am and CX650 departed Singapore for Hong Kong at 6.50am.

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SIA unveils 'bedroom' suites, new economy class seats for A380s
From: CNA
Date: 02/11/17

SINGAPORE: "Bedroom” cabin suites and new seats that leverage on technology were among the changes unveiled on Thursday (Nov 2) by Singapore Airlines (SIA) for its revamped Airbus 380s.

The US$850 million (S$1.16 billion) cabin overhaul comes as SIA marked a decade of flying the superjumbos and as the national carrier carries out a review of its business amid stiffening competition.

The changes include a revamp to its first-class suites, which were reduced from 12 to six and moved from the lower to upper deck.

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SilkAir to be merged into Singapore Airlines after cabin revamp
From: CNA
Date: 18/05/18

SINGAPORE: SilkAir, Singapore Airlines' regional wing, will be merged with its parent brand after undergoing a major cabin upgrade, Singapore Airlines announced on Friday (May 18).

In a news release, Singapore Airlines said more than S$100 million will be invested in the multi-year cabin revamp programme which will see new lie-flat seats in Business Class and the installation of seat-back in-flight entertainment systems in both Business Class and Economy Class.

This will ensure closer product and service consistency across the SIA Group’s full-service network, the company said.

SIA to launch world's longest commercial flights on Oct 11
From: CNA
Date: 31/05/18

SINGAPORE: Singapore Airlines (SIA) will launch the world's longest commercial flights on Oct 11 between Singapore and New York, the airline said in a news release on Wednesday (May 30).

The Singapore-Newark flights will cover about 16,700km and travelling time will be up to 18 hours and 45 minutes. 

The flights to Newark Liberty International Airport on the new Airbus A350-900ULR will first operate three times a week from Changi Airport on Monday, Thursday and Saturday. Daily operations will then commence from Oct 18 when an additional aircraft comes into service.

SIA to offer non-stop flights to Los Angeles soon, looking for other US cities to fly non-stop to: CEO
From: Straits Times
By: Karamjit Kaur
Date: 04/06/18

SYDNEY - Singapore Airlines (SIA) intends to launch non-stop services to Los Angeles "quite soon", said its chief executive officer Goh Choon Phong on Monday (June 4).

The airline earlier said that it plans to start flying non-stop to Newark - near New York –-in October.

Travellers can also expect more non-stop flights to other United States destinations, Mr Goh said.

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SIA to launch non-stop S'pore-LA flights
From: Straits Times
By: Karamjit Kaur
Date: 12/07/18

Singapore Airlines (SIA) will launch non-stop flights to Los Angeles on Nov 2, and increase capacity on its flights to San Francisco as part of plans to increase services to the United States.

This will give travellers more flight options and boost Changi Airport's status as a key hub, experts said.

The new flight to Los Angeles and non-stop services to New York - which the airline had earlier said will start in October - are expected to serve not just Singapore travellers but also those from the region, they added.

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