Singapore Airways is launching a continuous service from Singapore (SIN) to New York (JFK) Worldwide Airport on November 1. This route will full their all over the world journey once more.
Earlier than most long-haul flights needed to be grounded to stop the unfold of the coronavirus by way of air journey, Singapore Airways operated the world’s longest continuous passenger flight from Singapore to Newark, New Jersey.
By launching this new nonstop route the airline is about to interrupt its personal report by three miles.
“We’re happy to be main the way in which with these new non-stop flights utilizing the most recent know-how, the ultra-long-range Airbus A350-900ULR,” stated the airline’s CEO, Goh Choon Phong.
“The flights will provide our clients the quickest method to journey between the 2 cities in nice consolation… – and can assist enhance connectivity to and thru the Singapore hub,” added the CEO.
55-Hour Journey Round The World
In lower than 5 weeks, eligible travelers will be capable of take pleasure in a really “all over the world” tour. The itinerary would possibly look as follows,
- SQ24 – Depart Singapore 01:25 – Arrive New York JFK 07:30 – Airbus A350 – 18h05m
- SQ25 – Depart New York JFK 21:15 – Arrive Frankfurt 09:50+1 – Boeing 777 – 07h35m
- SQ25 – Depart Frankfurt 11:40+1 – Arrive Singapore 06:50+2 – Boeing 777 – 12h10m
Singapore (SIN) – Frankfurt (FRA) – New York (JFK) and again
Singapore Airways can even serve a route from JFK to Singapore by way of Frankfurt nevertheless it takes round 55 hours.
In keeping with One Mile At A Time, Singapore Airways can even function the next route,
- SQ 26 – Singapore (SIN) 23:55 – Frankfurt (FRA) 06:20+1 – 13 hours 25 minutes
- SQ 26 – Frankfurt (FRA) 08:20+1 – New York (JFK) 12:15+1 – 8 hours 55 minutes
- SQ 25 – New York (JFK) 21:15+1 – Frankfurt (FRA) 09:50+2 – 7 hours 35 minutes
- SQ 25 – Frankfurt (FRA) 11:40+2 – Singapore (SIN) 06:50+3 – 12 hours 10 minutes
The primary flight is about to start operations on Monday night time, with a return to Singapore scheduled for Thursday morning.
At the least three Boeing 777s shall be used to finish the route. The rotation will take two days, six hours, and 55 minutes to finish.