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Singapore Airlines Retiring Boeing 777-200ER in April

by Matt Falcus

Singapore Airlines will bring forward the retirement of its Boeing 777-200ER fleet in April.

As the airline (among many others) curtails operations amid the coronavirus epidemic, the airline will use the opportunity to reduce its fleet size.

According to Routes Online, Singapore Airlines will retire the 777-200ER on 20 April.

While changes are still possible, the final flights will be:

Singapore – Hong Kong SQ861/856 05APR20 / 06APR20
Singapore – Jakarta SQ950/953 20APR20

 

 

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