Singapore Airlines to Launch Nonstop San Francisco - Singapore Flights

singapore airlinesSingapore Airlines has announced that it will launch new nonstop service from San Francisco to Singapore October 23. 

The new service marks SIA’s U.S. introduction of the A350-900 aircraft. The company will launch additional nonstop flights from Los Angeles to Singapore and New York to Singapore in 2018. At 8,451 miles, the new SFO-SIN service will rank among the world’s longest flights, Singapore Airlines said. 

The A350-900 will be configured with 253 seats in three classes: 42 in Business, 24 in Premium Economy and 187 in Economy Class. Business Class seats will be arranged in a 1:2:1 configuration, giving every passenger direct aisle access, and an updated inflight entertainment system will offer more than 1,000 on-demand options. Additionally, the aircraft will incorporate technology designed to reduce jet lag via advancements in cabin climate, lighting and noise levels. 

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SIA will continue to operate existing daily B777-300ER flights from San Francisco to Hong Kong, with continuing service to Singapore.  

SIA is also growing at LAX: From October 2016, SIA will expand to offer two daily flights from Los Angeles to Singapore, with the addition of a daily LAX-Seoul-Singapore route to complement the existing, daily LAX-Tokyo-Singapore operations.

All SIA flights from Los Angeles will use Boeing 777-300ER aircraft and will offer passengers SIA’s newest, next-generation cabin product in Economy, Premium Economy and Business Class cabins, as well as an updated First Class designed by L.A.-based BMW Designworks.

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