Wednesday, March 2, 2016

Singapore Airlines Will Launch Los Angeles and New York Non-Stops With New Airbus A350 Aircraft

Singapore Airlines used to operate the longest flights in the world, Singapore - Los Angeles and Singapore - Newark non-stops, operated with a flying gas can an Airbus A340-500. Flights operated between 2004 and 2013, originally with extra legroom economy seating and business class and from 2008 onward all business class seating.

Singapore no longer operates non-stop service to the US. Non-stop flights, though, can now make sense thanks to both more fuel efficient aircraft capable of flying long distances and lower fuel costs. Flying great distances is especially costly when oil prices are high, since they have to carry extra fuel just to fly all the fuel needed for such a long journey.

And that's just what Singapore Airlines intends to do.

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