Singapore Airlines to Introduces A-350-900 Aircraft on Hyderabad-Singapore Route from Oct 30

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Singapore Airlines (SIA) announced last week that it will start using wide-body Airbus A-350-900 aircraft for medium-haul flights between Hyderabad and Singapore on October 30.

The A350-900 has higher ceilings, larger windows, a wider body for more space and comfort, and lighting designed to reduce jetlag.

Singapore Airlines Flights to/from Hyderabad

The first flight with the new aircraft will take off from Hyderabad International Airport on October 30, 2022, at 23:10. Furthermore, SAI will now operate daily instead of operating four times per week as it did previously.

The detailed flight schedule of flights between Singapore and Hyderabad will be as follow.

Flight No.FromDep. TimeToArr. TimeFrequencyAircraft
SQ522SingaporeHyderabad2000hrs2155hrsThu, Fri, Sat, SunAirbus A350-900M
SQ523HyderabadSingapore2310hrs0605hrs (+1)Thu, Fri, Sat, SunAirbus A350-900M
SQ522SingaporeHyderabad2000hrs2210hrsMon, Tue, WedBoeing 737-8
SQ523HyderabadSingapore2300hrs0600hrs (+1)Mon, Tue, WedBoeing 737-8
Singapore — Hyderabad schedule w.e.f. 30 October 2022

Pradeep Panicker, CEO of GMR Hyderabad International Airport Ltd, commented on the development, saying;

“Over the past few months, Hyderabad International Airport has seen significant growth in international passenger traffic.” Singapore is one of the most popular day trips from Hyderabad. The introduction of the cutting-edge A 350 aircraft will boost passenger traffic from the southern and central regions.”

Airbus 350-900 Aircraft

The Airbus 350-900 aircraft features a 76″ fully-flat bed, adjustable lighting intensity, a personal 17″ full high-definition touchscreen monitor (business class), ergonomically designed and six-way adjustable headrest seats (economy class), and an 11.6″ touchscreen monitor.

The plane also has an in-flight entertainment system with over 1,800 movies, TV shows, audio programmes, and games to choose from. Travellers will also have access to high-speed in-flight Wi-Fi service.

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