The Next Generation Cabin by BMW for Singapore Airlines

The best airline in the world, Singapore Airlines, always improvement he's products. They currently operate a fleet of 102 aircraft which have an average age of less than 7 years and become one of the youngest and most fuel efficient fleets in the industry, but that doesn’t mean they can’t keep innovating.

Singapore Airlines has been working with world-renowned design firms like BMW Group Designworks USA, James Park Associates and Massive Interactive to develop the airline’s First, Business & Economy classes as well as IFE system interface.

The Next Generation Cabin project by BMW the estimate to take funds nearly $150 Million USD investment on an initial eight Boeing 777-300ER aircraft alone. The program will later be extended to the Airbus A350 XWB scheduled for delivery in the years to come.

Currently Singapore Airlines, is proud to introduce their Next Generation of First, Business and Economy Cabin Products by KrisWorld. On September, for the first time the new cabin first generation products will be launched on select flights between Singapore and London service. Detail Next Generation of First, Business and Economy Cabin Products please read this.

Hot Routes between Singapore - India by Singapore Airlines

Asian aviation market growth in recent years continues to increase. These basic reasons why Singapore Airlines is considering adding more flights to India.

Singapore Airlines also sees opportunities for its subsidiary, which is also a regional carrier, SilkAir, to start services to cities in North India. This new flight is still awaiting approval from regulators.

Singapore Airlines did not say when to add more capacity to India.

Recently government Singapore and India has been revise agreements bilateral air freight, making it possible for airline flight in both countries for operate more many more flying between the two countries. Both of country at this time not yet call the airline who are entitled adds to flight and how many flight which will operated between Singapore's and India.

Currently Government of India permit Air India, Jet Airways, SpiceJet, and IndiGo to operate flights India-Singapore, while government of Singapore permit Tigerair, Singapore Airlines, and SilkAir to fly into India.

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SilkAir Resume Singapore - Makassar Route after 4 years Closed

Subsidiary Singapore Airlines, SilkAir Resume regional route Singapore - Makassar, Indonesia after 4 years Closed. These route will be officially opened on August 1, next month, 3 on  weekly. This route will be served by Airbus A319 and A320.

Scheduled as follows:
Service Flight Number Departs Arrives
Singapore - Makassar MI142 08:05 11:15
Makassar - Singapore MI141 12:05 15:00
All times are local.

New Cabin on Boeing 777-300ER Singapore Airlines

Singapore Airlines introduced a new cabin which has been revamped to better as it faces intense competition from premium and budget carriers. The new cabin products include new seats and the next-generation KrisWorld in-flight entertainment system.

Passenger seat on the first class and business class will later be offered more wider, longer flatbeds can be 180 degrees, while economy class seats will have more personal space and legroom. All the class seat has been redesigned for more comfort and space.

Customers who go from Singapore to London will be the first to enjoy this new cabin on September. Singapore Airlines pleaded investing US$ 150 million for introduce the new cabin product on an initial eight Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, on first step.

Singapore Airlines will extend investing on the new cabin products and will be implemented in Airbus A350, scheduled to be delivered on the next year.

First Class
Business Class
Econo Class

After Rebranding Tigerair Close Route Flights to Colombo

Low-cost airlines from Singapore, Tigerair, will close on routes to Colombo on the next month just from one year after the opened operation flight to the capital city of Sri Lanka, must due becouse low yield. Tigerair will not accept booking tickets to Colombo after August and the management said that the closure is only temporary.

Many people have questioned the reason for closing this route. In fact, this route was opened on May 31, 2012 with three flights a week. Then increased flight frequency to four flights a week on September as demand increases.

Tigerair also said that the field level seats on the Singapore-Colombo flight reached 85 percent. However, the company still difficult to make profits because they can not raise ticket prices. It is inversely proportional the flight to India that can bring in a lot of passengers and make a profit.

Scoot going to Seoul Korea

Singapore's new lost-cost airline Scoot is ready going to Seoul Korea

Low-cost carrier (LCC) based in Singapore, Scoot, do the maiden flight to Seoul on Wednesday (06/12/2013) and will operate three flights a week via Taipei. So Scoot flights frequency for route Singapore-Taipei will be increased from seven to 10 times a week. All Scoot flights use Boeing 777 a capacity 402 seats and is configured in two classes.

"Taipei is an important for us, with 10 flights a week to Singapore, one daily flight to Tokyo, and three flights a week to Seoul. New frequency schedule for flights between Singapore and Taipei to complement existing services. Scoot is now offering flights midnight and noon on route between Singapore and Taipei, as well as afternoon and evening flights on routes from Taipei to Singapore, providing more choices for customers, "said Chief Executive Officer Scoot, Campbell Wilson.

The new service departs from Singapore Seoul goal every 13:35 local time every Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday and arrive in Seoul Incheon Airport at 22:35 local time, after the previous stops for one hour at Taipei Taoyuan Airport. The return flight departs from Seoul at 23.45 local time and arrive back at Singapore Changi Airport at 06:45 local time, after previously also make stops in Taipei for an hour.

Seoul became the 10 destination for Scoot after Taipei, Tokyo, Sydney, Gold Coast, Bangkok, Shenyang, Qingdao, Nanjing, and Tianjin.