Singapore Airlines (SIA) is set to put the first Boeing 787-10 into service next week and plans to operate a fleet of eight 787-10s by April 2019 on what the carrier terms “regional” routes. SIA, which took ceremonial acceptance of the first -10 delivered to a customer during a March 25 event, has announced Singapore (SIN)-Osaka as the type’s first regular route, starting in May. But barring any last-minute changes, the -10’s revenue-service debut comes ...

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