A few weeks ago I wrote about Singapore Airlines bringing the A350 back to Melbourne, well the airline has just scheduled the A350 to now operate daily into Melbourne instead of 3 times weekly.
From 12MAY17, SQ207/208 service will be operated by Airbus A350-900XWB on daily basis, instead of 3 weekly A350 and 4 weekly 777-200ER.
This is great news for passengers, The A350 is a brilliant aircraft to fly on and I thoroughly enjoyed my flight on Singapore Airlines’s aircraft a few months ago.
For those not aware here is the cabin layout for the Singapore Airlines A350:
The aircraft has 42 suites which are the newest for the carrier. They are fully flat at 180 degrees, have a pitch of 60, length of 78 and a width of 28 inches. The Business cabin is in a 1-2-1 configuration.
The airline’s A350 has a total of 24 Premium Economy seats. They have a pitch of 38 and a width of 19 inches. The seats are in a 2-4-2 configuration, which is Standard for Premium.
Singapore’s A350 has 187 Economy seats in a 3-3-3 configuration. The seats have a pitch of 32, and a width of 18 inches.
Redeeming for the flights are quite easy, especially with Krisflyer miles and Velocity points. All are one-way.
Here are the rates for Business Class redemption using Krisflyer miles. If you’re using Velocity points it will cost you 80,000 points.
Here are the rates for Premium Economy using Krisflyer miles.
And here are the rates for Economy redemptions using Krisflyer miles. If you were to use Velocity points it will cost you 25,000 points.