Beginning in March, Singapore Airlines will resume the world’s second-longest trip between Singapore and Newark.
Following the restart of service, Singapore Airlines will operate three daily flights to New York City. Singapore Airlines will use the Airbus A350-900ULR, which has 67 business class seats and 94 premium economy seats.
Singapore Airlines will continue to operate the fifth-freedom flight between Singapore, Frankfurt, and New York-JFK in addition to the world’s two longest flights, SQ22 and SQ21 between Singapore and Newark and SQ24 and SQ23 between Singapore and New York-JFK.
A Singapore Airlines spokeswoman responded to the action by saying:
“Singapore Airlines will be operating three daily flights between Singapore and New York from 27 March 2022. This will be the first time that SIA will operate three daily services to the city and is part of the Airline’s continued efforts to strengthen its connectivity between the United States and Singapore.”