Home >> Airlines >> Other Asian Airlines >> Singapore Airlines >> Singapore Airlines begins operations with Bangalore bound regional A350
First A350 XWB of Singapore Airlines receives the traditional water cannon salute at Singapore Changi airport.
First A350 XWB of Singapore Airlines receives the traditional water cannon salute at Singapore Changi airport.

Singapore Airlines begins operations with Bangalore bound regional A350

Singapore Airlines has begun operating its regionally configured Airbus A350-900 aircraft. The airline flew the inaugural flight of the new product from Singapore to Adelaide, Australia.

The aircraft is configured 303 seats with 40 business and 263 economy seats. The product is the same regional product found on the airline’s Boeing 787-10.

The business class features a 1-2-1 layout with 26″ wide flat-bed seats manufactured by Stelia Aerospace.

Business class seat on Singapore Airlines Airbus A350 regional aircraft.
A business class seat on Singapore Airlines Airbus A350 regional aircraft.

Economy is in a 3-3-3 layout with seats from Recaro. Each seat has an AVOD IFE screen, USB port and in-seat power supply.

Economy class seats on Singapore Airlines Airbus A350 regional aircraft.
Seat back on an economy class seat on Singapore Airlines Airbus A350 regional aircraft.

The airline will begin operating this A350 product to Bangalore as a thrice weekly second flight from May 2019. The service will be a significant upgrade over the old 777-200 product that the airline operates to the city. 

About Vedant Agarwal

A frequent flyer for both work and pleasure - Vedant has held elite status on many of the major alliances and airlines. Also an avid aviation photographer, his pictures have been published in and on the covers of many international publications.

Check Also

First A350 XWB of Singapore Airlines receives the traditional water cannon salute at Singapore Changi airport.

Singapore Airlines to add second flight to Bangalore with an A350

Singapore Airlines will add a second flight to Bangalore from 17 May 2019. The airline …

Route transfers between Scoot, SilkAir, and Singapore Airlines to affect India

Singapore Airlines (SIA) is re-jigging routes between its low-cost subsidiary Scoot, which took over TigerAir, …