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9V-SVO
9V-SKA
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fleet
Singapore Airlines has 102 aircraft in its fleet. The average age of
its aircraft as at March 1, 2014, is six years and nine months,
making the fleet one of the world’s youngest and most fuel-efficient.
ILLUSTRATION
YUCCA STUDIO
B777-300
NO. OF AIRCRAFT
28
IN FLEET AND
6
ONORDER
(INCL 21 B777-300ER, 7 RETROFITTED B777-300)
NO. OF SEATS
278
IN ER,
284
IN RETROFITTED B777-300
LENGTH
73.9m
WINGSPAN
60.9m
(64.8M FOR B777-300ER)
CRUISING SPEED
0.84 Mach
B777-200
NO. OF AIRCRAFT
29
(INCL 4 B777-200ER, 9 RETROFITTED B777-200ER,
5 B777-200, 11 RETROFITTED B777-200)
NO. OF SEATS
288
IN 3-CLASS CONFIG;
323
IN 2-CLASS CONFIG;
(285 IN ER, 271 IN RETROFITTED B777-200ER,
266 IN RETROFITTED B777-200)
LENGTH
63.7m
WINGSPAN
60.9m
CRUISING SPEED
0.84 Mach
The A380 is the world’s largest passenger aircraft, and
the most fuel-efficient. Singapore Airlines is proud to be
the world’s first commercial airline to fly the superjumbo.
A380-800
NO. OF AIRCRAFT
19
IN FLEET AND
5
ONORDER
NO. OF SEATS
471
(409 FOR ALL-BUSINESS CLASS UPPER DECK CONFIG)
LENGTH
72.7m
WINGSPAN
79.8m
CRUISING SPEED
0.85 Mach
*
A330-300
NO. OF AIRCRAFT
26
IN FLEET AND
8
ONORDER
NO. OF SEATS
285
IN 2-CLASS CONFIG
LENGTH
63.6m
WINGSPAN
60.3m
CRUISING SPEED
0.82 Mach
* In aerodynamics, speed is measured by the Mach number. Mach 1 is the speed of sound and is equal to 1,225km/h or 761.5mph at sea level.
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