SJL wrote:EK413 wrote:qf789 wrote:
No that has already being announced
The rumour I have heard is EY is considering upgrading from 789 to 77W
Hmm, okay that will only leave QF upgauge their daily QF71 PER-SIN service to A330 equipment year round?
I could see SQ bring the A350 to PER, or even combine two of the four daily flights into one, operated with a 773 or 77W. The 772 fleet continues to decline in numbers.
From March next year SQ will operate 1 daily A333, 3 daily 772 instead of 2 of each, I think we will likely see a mix of the 2 class A359 when SQ takes those plus 787-10's as well.
I doubt we will see any reduction in services as SIN is the number 1 international destination form PER