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SQ336 no longer on A380

SQ336 no longer on A380

  1. Rice

    Just noticed that SQ336 SIN-CDG is no longer on A380 this winter. Do you know what the cause of this change? Where is the plane being moved to?

  2. David W

    Maybe they’re adjusting capacity or taking an aircraft out for maintenance?

  3. David W

    [URL]http://www.routesonline.com/news/38/airlineroute/273274/singapore-airlines-w17-paris-service-changes/[/URL]

    A380 is officially replaced by their 77W as of October 29th and is 10x a week instead of 7.

  4. Rice

    This is unfortunate, because I was previously hoping to fly on A380 suites. It seems like an all around reduction of Singapore A380 flights then since they’re not adding capacity on another route.

  5. David W

    When you look at the capacity of their A380s and 77Ws and compare it to the frequencies per week, capacity on the route isnt too drastically reduced.
    If they were reducing capacity, I dont think they would have added an extra flight 3x a week.

    If you were hoping to fly the A380, maybe fly to Frankfurt?

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