Osaka is Launch Destination for Singapore Airlines’ Boeing 787-10

The Japanese city is slated to be the launch destination served by the brand-new aircraft.

Water cannon salute for the new aircraft.

This May, Singapore Airlines will become the world’s first passenger airline to operate the Boeing 787-10, the longest and most fuel-efficient variant of the Dreamliner series.

Osaka is slated to be the launch destination served by the brand-new aircraft, which has 36 lie-flat business-class seats and capacity for 301 in economy.

In Australia, the airline’s second 787-10 will take up one of the four daily flights between Singapore and Perth starting on May 9.

More information here.

This article originally appeared in the April/May 2018 print issue of DestinAsian magazine (“Airline News”).

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