Singapore Airlines plans to introduce the Airbus A380 on its Singapore-Beijing route, replacing two existing Boeing 777 services. Starting Aug. 1, the carrier will open a new SQ802 schedule, running a 471-seat configuration, which means the airline will fly 3X-daily to Beijing.  The aircraft will be used on a “day-only” service, which will leave Singapore in the early morning and return the same day, reducing the necessity of overnighting crews—a significant cost ...

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