Singapore Airlines Flies A350-900 XWB to Amsterdam

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Singapore Airlines Flies A350-900

Singapore Airlines Flies A350-900 XWB to Europe. Amsterdam has become the first long-haul destination for the newest Singapore Airlines A350-900, flight number SQ324 from Singapore to reach the Dutch. The A350-900 departed Singapore Changi Airport on May 9, 2016 at 2355hrs local time and arrived at Amsterdam's Schiphol Airport on 10 May 2016 at 0645hrs local time, after a flight of nearly 13 hours.

Customers departing from Singapore were treated with a variety of food and drinks at a special event gate to mark the inaugural flight. They also received exclusive gifts bag containing a commemorative certificate, a 1: Model A350 Singapore Airlines 400 and a set of A350 postcard.

On board, customers of all cabin classes were treated with champagne and a welcome ceremony was held at the arrival of the aircraft at Schiphol Airport. Singapore Airlines received its first A350-900 on March 2, 2016, against the Airbus Delivery Centre in Toulouse. Now he has two in its fleet, with another 65 on firm order. Before the launch of A350 long-haul services to Amsterdam, the airline has been operating the aircraft on certain flights for training of crew Jakarta, Hong Kong and Kuala Lumpur.

The initial batch of A350 will be equipped with 253 seats in three classes, with capacity for 42 customers in Business Class, 24 in Premium Economy Class and 187 in Economy Class. With advanced technology and superior operational efficiency, the latest addition to the fleet of the airline will offer customers a travel experience enhanced with features such as high ceilings, large windows, a body wider and lighting designed to reduce the gap schedule.

The A350 a key part of the fleet of the airline in the coming years will be formed, allowing the introduction of new destinations like Dusseldorf from July, and help improve connectivity to and through the hub of Singapore.