Singapore Airlines to begin Boeing 737-800 operations from March with Phuket route

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Singapore Airlines (SIA) will operate Boeing 737-800 NG aircraft on flights to Phuket from 4 March 2021, offering customers greater consistency in product and service across the SIA Group’s premium network as part of SilkAir’s integration with the parent airline.

More SilkAir routes will be progressively transferred as nine 737-800 NG join the SIA fleet. This would also allow SIA to operate the aircraft to points within its current network, starting with Brunei in March 2021[2]. The full integration of SilkAir into Singapore Airlines is scheduled for completion in the 2021/22 financial year.

The SIA 737-800 NG will have 12 business class and 150 economy class seats. Customers can look forward to a step up to SIA’s suite of in-flight offerings on regional routes. This includes the world-class service offered by Singapore Airlines cabin crew, enhanced food and beverage options, and the KrisWorld in-flight entertainment via a web-based platform.

“The introduction of the SIA 737-800 NG will bring about a more comfortable and seamless travel experience for customers on our regional routes. Integrating SilkAir with SIA also allows us to be nimble and flexible in aircraft deployment, and supports our fleet and network growth strategy,” said Goh Choon Phong, chief executive officer of Singapore Airlines.