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A Singapore Airlines, considerada uma das melhores companhias aérea do mundo, anunciou que estão previstos para o segundo semestre de 2016 voos para São Paulo (GRU) com o moderno Airbus A350-900.

 

Um dos destaques da Singapore em relação ao A350 está na Business, que oferecerá mais conforto através de assentos maiores. Mas a grande novidade é que os assentos poderão se transformar em cama.

 

A Singapore deverá receber um total de 70 aeronaves Airbus A350-900 com entregas a partir de dezembro de 2015, e passará a utilizá-las para o Brasil assim que tiver recebido a quinta aeronave do modelo.

 

Fonte: http://www.aeroin.net/singapore-anuncia-a350-para-o-brasil/

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Cancelaram 7, agora são 63 firmes + 20 opções.

 

 

 

Singapore Airlines to fly Airbus A350 to Amsterdam, Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta

By Chris Chamberlin

 

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Singapore Airlines will take delivery of its first Airbus A350-900 in January 2016 with Kuala Lumpur, Jakarta and Amsterdam chosen as first routes for the next-generation jet.

The Star Alliance member and Virgin Australia partner revealed its plans for the A350 during a media briefing at Airbus headquarters in Toulouse, France.

Inaugural A350 commercial services will make short hops from Singapore to Kuala Lumpur and Jakarta for the purposes of crew familiarisation with the all-new aircraft through to April, before spreading its wings onto the 13 hour Singapore-Amsterdam route.

The airline expects to have at least three A350 jets in its fleet by April and 11 by years' end, out of a total of 63 orders and a further 20 options up its sleeve.

It's a massive commitment by Singapore Airlines costed at US$19.2 billion (A$26.2 billion) at list price, although airlines never pay the manufacturer's published price, and speculation suggests deep discounts close to 50% for large and prestigious orders.

The A350 would give Singapore Airlines the “potential to open new routes, enhancing our network and further strengthening the Singapore hub" said Singapore Airlines' SVP Marketing Planning, Ms Lee Wen Fen.

Three classes, ~300 seats

Singapore Airlines' first tranche A350s will be fitted with business class, premium economy and economy seating, but not first class.

"It will be only three classes, because of the size of the plane you cannot fragment it too much," Singapore Airlines Executive Vice President Commercial, Mak Swee Wah, told Australian Business Traveller during last year's launch of the airline's new premium economy seats.

The A350's pointy end will feature the same superb business class seats as SQ’s newest Boeing 777s.

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Further down there'll be a smaller premium economy cabin with seats in a 2-4-2 arrangement.

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Read: Singapore Airlines premium economy takes flight to Sydney

Economy seating is also expected to be the same as on the airline's newest Boeing 777-300ERs.

While we're yet to see the official Singapore Airlines A350 seat plan it's expected to top out around 300 seats.

However, SQ exec Mak has indicated to Australian Business Traveller that later A350 deliveries could include a two-class version without premium economy and slated for medium-range flights where the ‘better than economy’ cabin has limited appeal.

"The exact number (of A350s) for long-haul flights is still something to be pinned down but certainly the first batch that will come in will be earmarked for long-haul flights and will have premium economy."

The Singaporean flag-carrier will be the fifth airline to fly the A350 following Qatar Airways, Vietnam Airlines, Finnair and Brazil’s TAM (part of the newly-branded LATAM Airlines) in December, while Asian neighbour and competitor Cathay Pacific will collect the keys to its first A350 in February 2016.

Singapore Airlines is also eager for an 'ultra long-range' version of the A350 which would allow it to resume non-stop flights between Singapore and the USA, potentially including a 19 hour trek to New York.

Read: 'Ultra long range' Airbus A350 will mean non-stop 19 hour flights and Airbus confirms ultra long-range A350 for Singapore Airlines

Also on Singapore Airlines' roadmap is a new raft of Airbus A380s from 2017, which will debut all-new first class suites and business class seats.

http://www.ausbt.com.au/singapore-airlines-to-fly-airbus-a350-to-amsterdam-kuala-lumpur-jakarta?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=flipper&utm_campaign=home-flipper

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Não se perde nada, o inFidelidade sempre pontuava uma miséria nos voos SQ, nunca valeu a pena.

 

Fora que é concorrente na rota agora.

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Semana passada, a Airbus disse que estava "estudando", e não estava "desenvolvendo" o A350-ULR, aí já lançou e o que o povo desconfiava os 7 A359 que a SQ diminuiu foi pra isso:

Singapore Airlines: non-stop USA flights with long-range A350
By David Flynn

  • PUBLISHED 13 OCT, 2015

Singapore Airlines will restart non-stop flights to the USA using a new ultra-long-range version of the Airbus A350.
The airline will buy the first seven of Airbus' new A350-900ULR jetliner, which will have a range of up to 8,700 nautical miles – sufficient for direct flights from Singapore to both Los Angeles and New York.
First deliveries of the A350-900ULR aircraft are slated for 2018, according to Airbus.
"We know the A350 would be capable of what we call ultra-long range missions, flights of 18 or 19 hours, with some limited modifications" Airbus CEO Fabrice Brégier told Australian Business Traveller last week at an event to mark the delivery of Finnair's first A350.
New business class to beat the long-haul blues
SQ's long-legged A350s will be fitted with all-new business class seatscurrently being designed for its second raft of Airbus A380s; it's not known if the jets will also sport first class, or what the mix of other seating will be
Read: Singapore Airlines: new A380 first class suites, business class in 2017
Singapore Airlines currently flies to Los Angeles and San Francisco via Hong Kong, Seoul and Tokyo; New York via Frankfurt; and Houston with a stop in Moscow.
The airline previously ran ‘all business class’ flights to Los Angeles and NY-adjacent Newark on the older four-engined Airbus A340 but axed the service in 2013 due to the rising fuel costs.
Earlier this year, Singapore Airlines CEO Mr Goh Choon Phong toldAustralian Business Traveller that he was looking beyond the former ‘all business class’ model of those Airbus A340 flights.
“It will probably be more than just business class, I think it will be a mix of cabin classes” Goh said.
Speaking with Australian Business Traveller during an A350 media briefing in Toulouse this week Mr Tan Pee Teck, Singapore Airlines' Senior Vice President for Product & Services, nominated more sleeping time as a major benefit of non-stop flights from SIngapore to the US.
"When you actually measure the total time (between Singapore and New York) – let’s say you transit through Frankfurt, there’s not much of a difference (between non-stop and transit)" Tan suggested.
"The only thing is that you can have a longer sleep – instead of 13 hours and then 7 hours, you’d fly non-stop."
Singapore Airlines says that the A350-900ULR could also unlock other non-stop routes between Singapore and the US.
Making the A350 fly further
Custom modifications to the A350-900ULR over its off-the-shelf sibling include "a higher capacity fuel system within the existing fuel tanks", says Airbus, rather than fitting extra tanks.
The revamped fuel system will boost carrying capacity from 141,000 litres to 165,000 litres and will allow any 900ULR "be reconfigured easily to the standard A350-900 specification" should the non-stop market grow softer than SQ's current forecasts.
Airbus executive vice president for strategy and marketing, Kiran Rao, recently suggested the A350-900LR would carry fewer passengers, saying "I can’t go into details on the type of layouts they’re looking at but it would be a premium service."
Singapore Airlines has been actively lobbying both Airbus and Boeing for a globe-spanning jet, which would allow it to resume non-stop flights between Singapore and the USA, potentially including a 19 hour trek to New York.
New jets like the Airbus A350 and Boeing 787-9 are allowing airlines to redraw their network map to launch new time-saving routes without a halfway stop-over to refuel.
Announcing Qantas’ Boeing 787 order, Joyce was quick to call out “long-range routes that we don’t fly today” as a prime example of Dreamliner flights.
Joyce sees plenty of appeal in mapping the Boeing 787 onto “routes that we want to fly over a hub and go directly into other destinations without having to fly through LA", as well as direct flights from Australia's west coast into Europe and possibly London.
Read more: Where will Qantas fly its new Boeing 787 Dreamliners?
PREVIOUS | Airbus and Boeing are pouring billions into designing next-gen jets like the A350 and Boeing 777X, but Singapore Airlines wants more.
Specifically, the Singaporean flag-carrier wants more range – enough to run direct flights from Singapore to the USA, potentially including a non-stop 19 hour trek to New York.
“This will need an aircraft based on the latest technology”, Singapore Airlines CEO Mr Goh Choon Phong told Australian Business Traveller on the sidelines of a half-yearly gathering of Star Alliance airline CEOs in Warsaw last month.
But Goh says this doesn’t have to be a totally new aircraft. “It could be a variation to a current design, it’s all up to them.”
That could include special extended range or ‘ER’ versions of the Airbus A350 or Boeing 777X fitted with extra fuel tanks.
"I’ll leave it to Airbus and Boeing to decide what they can do with the new technology they already have" Goh said. “All I want is an aircraft capable of that mission and comparable in fuel efficiency to the latest technologies they already have.”
Goh has made his case to both Airbus and Boeing, and says “I am currently waiting for their response.”
Singapore Airlines offloaded its A340s as part of a deal to modernise its fleet with the new Airbus A350, the first of which will take wing in SQ stripein January 2016.
However, the airline's choice of the mid-size A350-900 jets – which will fly in both three-class and two-class versions – lacks the legs to do Singapore-New York non-stop.
That route is some 9,500 miles, while the A350-900 tops out at roughly 8,700 miles and the longer-range A350-1000 falls short of the mark with a maximum range of just over 9,000 miles.
How many orders would Goh place for a long-legged jetliner from Airbus or Boeing? “That’s something I will discuss with them” he smiles.

http://www.ausbt.com.au/airbus-confirms-ultra-long-range-a350-for-singapore-airlines?utm_source=internal&utm_medium=flipper&utm_campaign=home-flipper


Mas que suspense sobre a configuração dos A359 da SQ e essa nova J que também vai ser padrão nos novos A380 pra 2017.

E os 777-200s foram pra DL.

Delta Fleet Shifts – Being Asia-Dominant

Delta has signed on to bring in eleven 777-200ERs, formerly operated by Singapore/Scoot. This adds to the 18 current 777-200ER/LRs in the Delta fleet. A largely unnoticed but significant fleet addition.
Tie this to Delta’s mentioned intention to feed China Eastern’s hub at Shanghai, along with their recent request to get back an Haneda slot recently released to American, and there is no question that Delta is going to continue to double-down on Asian growth. Given the expected growth – particularly in China-US traffic – it’s solid strategy.
Delta’s fleet planning bears watching. They have 12 remaining 747-400s, which is a number similar to the 777s just acquired. There’s a good chance that within the next 18 months, there will no longer be any 747s in US scheduled passenger fleets. United is the only other operator, and neither it nor Delta have shown any public interest in the 747-8.
Unlike American and United, Delta apparently is not a big proponent of the 787. It still has 20 787-8s on the books at Boeing, but given that the deliveries are not scheduled for another 4-5 years, it’s not real likely that these may see Delta colors. Certainly, it’s not likely that -8s are in the cards.
On the other hand Delta may be waiting to get performance numbers from the 787-10 and could switch orders. Or, it’s possible that Airbus has already filled that need with the A-350s that Delta has coming..


http://aviationplanning.com/monday-flash-2/


No showers for Singapore Airlines' new A380 first class suites
By Chris Chamberlin

  • PUBLISHED 13 OCT, 2015


Singapore Airlines is developing a luxurious new first class suite for its flagship Airbus A380s but has drawn the line at following Emirates and Etihad by adding an inflight shower.
"Definitely no showers!" affirms Mr Tan Pee Teck, the airline's Senior Vice President for Product & Services. "It’s a frill that we probably don’t need."
Speaking with Australian Business Traveller on the sidelines of a media briefing in Toulouse for Singapore Airlines' forthcoming Airbus A350, Tan admits that "a few customers say it’s nice to have."
"But it’s not a compelling proposition in terms of the decision to choose an airline – I don’t think many would choose based on a shower... it's more like something that just comes along with it."
"Service is still very important, and reliability, and I think how you build the affinity with your premium customers (is) what keeps them coming back" Tan adds.

Emirates has two showers in the nose of its Airbus A380s shared between 14 first class suites, while rival Etihad has one shower for its nine first class travellers and a second reserved for the occupants of its three-room The Residence supersuite.
Tan describes plans for Singapore Airlines' new A380 first class suites as "quite different to the product that we have."
"It's under development as we speak and we’re quite excited about it."
Singapore Airlines kicked off the modern wave of first class suites as the worldwide launch customer of the Airbus 380 in 2007, but faces increased competition from Gulf powerhouses Emirates and Etihad.
Read: Inside Etihad's new Airbus A380 first class suites
Emirates is also working on its own first class suite upgrade, which the airline says will be "more like a private railway cabin."
Read: Emirates first class private bedroom for Airbus A380, Boeing 777

SQ's new first class suite will be launched alongside an all-new business class seat in the airline's next raft of superjumbo deliveries, due in 2017.

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Three classes, ~300 seats

Singapore Airlines' first tranche A350s will be fitted with business class, premium economy and economy seating, but not first class.

"It will be only three classes, because of the size of the plane you cannot fragment it too much," Singapore Airlines Executive Vice President Commercial, Mak Swee Wah, told Australian Business Traveller during last year's launch of the airline's new premium economy seats.

However, SQ exec Mak has indicated to Australian Business Traveller that later A350 deliveries could include a two-class version without premium economy and slated for medium-range flights where the ‘better than economy’ cabin has limited appeal.

 

Infelizmente parece estar sacramentado que o Brasil perderá a F.

 

http://www.aeroin.net/singapore-anuncia-a350-para-o-brasil/

http://bloga350.blogspot.com.br/2015/10/singapore-airlines-will-fly-to-brazil.html

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Acabou o mistério!

 

Brasil sem F!

 

http://www.singaporeair.com/pdf/seatmaps/A350-900-3classes-LongHaul.pdf

 

Vieram heavy na C, hein.. 42 assentos.

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Acabou o mistério!

 

Brasil sem F!

 

http://www.singaporeair.com/pdf/seatmaps/A350-900-3classes-LongHaul.pdf

 

Vieram heavy na C, hein.. 42 assentos.

 

 

Mas e cadê a troca de equipamento?

 

Agora que lançaram DUS com o A359, acho que GRU fica com o 77W pelo menos até o final do ano de 2016.

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Mas e cadê a troca de equipamento?

 

Agora que lançaram DUS com o A359, acho que GRU fica com o 77W pelo menos até o final do ano de 2016.

 

A previsão já era para o final do 2º semestre, conforme os links acima.

O mais provavél é que seja só para o NW16 (final de Outubro).

Os assentos da C do A359 serão os mesmos do 77WN, os melhores do mundo IMHO.

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Olha, bate mesmo e em vários quesitos: oferecer Taittinger "à rodo" na C não é para qualquer cia (e este é somente um dos inúmeros detalhes que a tornam uma das melhores do mundo). E na verdade os 350 da SQ terão 2 configurações: C, Y+ e Y e uma menos premium (somente com C e Y). Já foi definido que GRU receberá a com Y+, um grande diferencial aos 77W atuais.

 

No final, a F ficará restrita somente aos seus A380, assim como todas as outras grandes cias do mundo que ainda oferecem F, será cada vez mais rerstrita a pouquíssimas rotas e aeronaves (até a EK resolveu reconfiguar alguns de seus 380 com somente 2 classes!!!!).

 

Vida longa a Singapore em GRU :)

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Boulos, a EK não está reconfigurando nenhum A380; isso foi parte de uma encomenda feita assim mesmo a alguns anos atrás de alguns A380 com somente duas classes.

 

Até dezembro serão 4 aviões que serão usados para MAN, CPH, KUL e BKK......com exceção de CPH, os outros 3 destinos são servidos várias vêzes ao dia, e a F classe contnuará sendo oferecida......no futuro chegarão mais 9 A380 de 2 classes.

 

A grande maioria disparada dos aviões da EK, A330, A340, A380 e B777 oferecem as 3 classes.

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Inicialmente estão previstos 15 A380 dual class, mas como ela ainda tem mais opções pra exercer, esse número pode aumentar.

 

http://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/617-seat-a380-superjumbos-with-two-classes-coming-soon-1.1535376

 

Airbus ainda não revelou o nome, mas especula-se que a Air Caraibes encomendou A350 com 3-4-3. A QR também estuda aumentar pra 10, depois de fazer isso nos seus 777s.

 

http://www.runwaygirlnetwork.com/2015/11/09/european-leisure-carrier-is-first-to-order-10-abreast-airbus-a350/

 

O mundo cada vez mais pobre, e as cias mais ordinárias.... -_-

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Inicialmente estão previstos 15 A380 dual class, mas como ela ainda tem mais opções pra exercer, esse número pode aumentar.

 

http://gulfnews.com/business/aviation/617-seat-a380-superjumbos-with-two-classes-coming-soon-1.1535376

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Nao me expressei bem ao usar o termo reconfiguracao. Foi no sentido de reconfiguracao com dual-class algumas das novas entregas de 380. Há algum tempo seria inimaginável a EK sem F nos seus 380. Pois já é uma realidade, assim como é e será cada vez mais para a grande maioria das maiores cias do mundo.

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Singapore Airlines Closes Selected First Class 777-300ER Reservations in NS16

 

Posted at 1820GMT 23NOV15

Singapore Airlines recently updated its planned inventory for Northern summer 2016 season, which sees the closure of First Class reservation (F / A Class) on a number of flights operated by Boeing 777-300ER.

As of 23NOV15, routes served by 777-300ER, with First Class reservation no longer offered, as follow.

eff 27MAR16 Singapore – Amsterdam
eff 31MAR16 Singapore – Auckland Selected days
eff 04SEP16 Singapore – Milan Malpensa – Barcelona Day 7 service (Day 27 from 13SEP16)
eff 03OCT16 Singapore – Barcelona – Sao Paulo

http://airlineroute.net/2015/11/23/sq-77w-s16update1/

Então o A350 começa a partir de out/16.

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Tenho minhas dúvidas quanto ao sucesso da Y+ nos A350 da SQ..

 

Se os assentos forem idênticos aos do A380 (tudo leva a crer que sim), quem for pagar não irá ficar, acredito, muito feliz com o 2-4-2..

 

Aliás, IMHO, 42 na C está um pouco elevado .. 38 (e, forçando um pouco a barra, 34 rsrs) seria o ideal .. Corta uma fileirinha e deixa a gente se esticar um pouco mais .. O A350 não é um 77W/A380..

 

Como os assentos serão os mesmos do 77WN, o aisle space (não que eu me importe muito) deverá ser sacrificado

 

OFF-TOPIC: Já estou vislumbrando o SIN-MXP-BCN virar um SIN-MXP-EZE, levando em consideração o presidente recém-eleito e provavél recuperação da economia argentina rsrsrs. 2 centros financeiros unidos, além de serem 2 países com laços históricos e culturais.

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Como os assentos serão os mesmos do 77WN, o aisle space (não que eu me importe muito) deverá ser sacrificado

 

 

Rodrigo,

 

Acredito que pelo seu comentário você nunca deva ter voado SQ, ou pelo menos não de maneira extensa....

 

Os assentos do 77W, A388 e A345 antigos (modelo 2006) são parecidos, mas não idênticos - justamente pelo fato da fuselagem ser diferente.

 

No A380, por exemplo, o assento é um pouco mais estreito, mas mais longo. Isso é perceptível a olho nu. Dê um Google e veja que no 77W existe uma lateral acolchoada no assento, enquanto no A380 não.

 

Desse modo, o assento deverá ser parecido, mas deve ser adaptado tanto para o A350, quanto para o A380.

 

77W

 

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A380

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