• Singapore Airlines Welcomes Latest BOEING 787-10 Aircraft Arrivals

    (Left-Right) Ceremonial delivery of Boeing 787-10 aircraft model attended by Timothy Ouyang, Manager of Singapore Airlines, Bali, Mr. W K Lim, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President of South East Asia, Mr. Anil Kumar Nayar, Singapore Ambassador to Indonesia, Tjokorda Artha Ardhana Sukawati, Chairman of Bali Tourism Promotion Board, Mr. Anak Gede Yuniartha Putra, Head of Bali Tourism Office, and Edwin Chiang, General Manager of Singapore Airlines, Indonesia.

    Singapore Airlines on Monday celebrated its inaugural Boeing 787-10 aircraft flight in Denpasar, Bali. Flight SQ942 departs Singapore Changi Airport at 0915 (Singapore time) and arrives at Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali at 1155 (WITA).

    While the return flight SQ943 departs from Ngurah Rai International Airport, Bali at 1500 (WITA) and arrives at Singapore Changi Airport at 1740 (Singapore time).

    The celebration of the inaugural flight was witnessed by Mr. Anil Kumar Nayar, Ambassador of Singapore for Indonesia, Mr. Anak Gede Yuniartha Son Son, Head of Bali Tourism Office, and Mr. W K Lim, Singapore Airlines Regional Vice President of South East Asia.

    The event was also attended by officials from the Ministry of Transport and the Ministry of Tourism of Indonesia, as well as partners and guests of the honorable invitation of the local travel industry.

    Edwin Chiang, Singapore Airlines General Manager of Indonesia, revealed, “We are proud to present our latest regional cabin products on the 787-10 aircraft. The development of these new products is the result of long-term work involving research on customers, and through partnerships with our designers and suppliers. ”

    He added, “We believe that we have excellent products for regional aviation operations – which can even surpass some cabin products remotely from other airlines.”

    Singapore Airlines was the first airline to operate the Boeing 787-10 aircraft. The guests who attended this inaugural aviation event had the opportunity to take a tour of the airplane to see and feel Singapore Airlines’ newest generic regional cabin products.

    The new Boeing 787-10 aircraft owned by Singapore Airlines is equipped with 337 seats divided into two classes (36 Business Class seats with 1-2-1 seat configurations and 301 Economy Class seats with 3-3-3 seat configurations).

    This aircraft brings full-flat beds and direct access to the aisles for all Business Class customers, ergonomically designed ergonomic backdrops with adjustable headrests into six positions on the Economy Class, as well as the experience of enjoying myKrisWorld, a personal entertainment system in flight.

    The Boeing 787-10 aircraft is the latest variant in the Boeing 787 Dreamliner family and will be a key support for Singapore Airlines network growth in the coming decade. Overall, SIA has made a definite reservation of 49 Boeing 787-10 aircraft fleet with Boeing.

    “Singapore Airlines will continue to work with many partners to ensure the sustainable growth of the tourism industry in Indonesia,” said Edwin Chiang.

    Together with SilkAir, currently SIA operates five daily flights from Singapore to Bali as well as 155 weekly flights to Indonesia. (IMN)

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    Sources: https://www.airmagz.com/27225/singapore-airlines-menyambut-kedatangan-pesawat-boeing-787-10-terbaru.html
    Translated by Aryaputra PandeBIC

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