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Singapore Airlines To Fly To Seattle From 3 September 2019

Singapore Airlines A350 landing at Singapore Changi Airport

Singapore Airlines A350 landing at Singapore Changi Airport

Singapore Airlines will be adding Seattle as its fifth US city in its route network. The new non-stop flights from Singapore Changi Airport will be launched on 3 September 2019. It will operate three times weekly initially. In October 2019, SIA will increase the frequency to four times weekly.  This new service will be the first non-stop direct flight between the two cities. This route is currently operated with at least one stop.

The Airbus A350-900 aircraft with 42 Business Class, 24 Premium Economy Class and 187 Economy Class seats will be used on the route.

SQ28 will initially depart Singapore at 9.25 am every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and arrive in Seattle at 9.05 am on the same day. SQ 27 will depart Seattle at 10.40 am every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday and arrive in Singapore the following day at 5.30 pm. From October 2019, SQ 28 and SQ27 will operate every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday.

Today Singapore Airlines flies non stop from Singapore to Houston, Los Angeles, New York Newark and San Francisco. It also operates a flight to New York – JFK via Frankfurt. Singapore Airlines will fly non-stop between Singapore and Los Angeles on 2 November 2018 using the Airbus A350-900ULR aircraft. Existing non-stop flights to San Francisco will be increased from seven to 10 per week from 28 November 2018.

This December, Singapore Airlines will operate 53 flights per week to the US. With the introduction of the new Seattle flights next year, total US frequency will increase to 57 flights per week. Ticket sales will start from 7 November 2018.

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