Singapore Airlines is on the verge of acquiring an Airbus A350-941 9V-SJB. The Airbus A350-941 left Toulouse at about 18:16 on June 25, 2021, and was expected to arrive in Singapore on June 26 after a journey of more than 12 hours and 30 minutes. 9V-SJB is the 56th A350-941 to be delivered.
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A350 – 9V-SJB msn 472 delivered to Singapore Airlines as SIA8895 ( hexcode 76CD42 ) ex F-WZFL https://t.co/jCjwcFGpah pic.twitter.com/lDtnl4KMRO— DigitalAirliners (@TLSWatch) June 25, 2021
Three Airbus A350s at a time
Airbus delivered three A350 aircraft simultaneously on April 2, 2021. 9V-SHT (MSN 464), 9V-SHU (MSN 469), and 9V-SHV (MSN 475) arrived at Singapore Changi after a 12-hour and 56-minute flight.
Airbus A350 for Singapore Airlines
The A350-900 has rapidly established itself as a key aircraft type within Singapore Airlines’ diversified fleet. The carrier made its initial order for the type in 2006 and has since placed three more orders for A350 aircraft. Indeed, the airline increased its total confirmed orders for the aircraft to 70 in 2013–a figure that was subsequently revised to 67. This comprises seven versions with an Ultra Long Range capability, identified formally as the A350-900ULR. The airline presently operates 55 Airbus A350s.
Singapore Airlines has chosen three A350 variants.
Singapore Airlines’ varied fleet includes Airbus A330 and A380 aircraft, Boeing 737 aircraft (SilkAir), 777, 787, and the Boeing 747-400F.