Singapore Airlines is back in VIA with the Boeing 737
Singapore Airlines restarted operations to Velana International Airport using the Boeing 737. The flights were operated until now by Silk Air.
This is the first time in 40 years that Singapore Airlines is using a narrow-body aircraft in its fleet. This comes after the merger between Silk Air and Singapore Airlines.
Singapore Airline‘s 737-800s will feature a total of 162 seats, including 12 business class seats and 150 economy seats. The airline will be operating three weekly flights to the Maldives.
Operating the narrow-body jets would allow the airline to operate more cost-efficient and allow flexibility on fleet across the routes.