Singapore Airlines took delivery of the first two of 19 777-300ERs and has not ruled out orders for the 777-200LR and possibly the 747-8. The airline accepted the aircraft, which feature a radical cabin upgrade, yesterday in Seattle and will take delivery of another four by Dec. 31. While the 777-300ERs are slated to replace 747-400s not replaced by the A380, SIA CEO Chew Choon Seng revealed possible interest in the dash 200LR and hinted that the airline even may take another look at the ...

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