Singapore Airlines Flying New 777s To Australia

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    In 2013, Singapore Airlines announced a refresh for the cabins on their Boeing 777-300ERs. I tend to think of the changes more as lipstick on a supermodel than anything else, since all the cabins maintained their original "bones," and most of the changes were with the finishes. Singapore isn't in a rush to retrofit these new interiors throughout their fleet, so this isn't one of those product refreshes that's complete within 12-18 months. Instead, the 777s they're newly taking delivery of feature this product, and at some point I'm sure they'll get around to refreshing their existing fleet. Up until now, the refreshed 777-300ERs have been operating select flights to London Heathrow and Tokyo Narita. They haven't published an exact schedule for the new aircraft, since they have the same layout as others, but those are the two routes that the refreshed cabins frequent most. Via AusBT, Singapore Airlines will being flying their refreshed 777s to Australia as well. The new 777-300ERs will be operating the following flights to Australia: The post Singapore Airlines Flying New 777s To Australia appeared first on One Mile at a Time.

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