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Topic: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: PyroGX41487
Posted 2005-02-17 19:56:16 and read 4179 times.

When exactly are SQ going to have their 773ERs in service? I know they ordered them not long ago, but when?

2005, 2006? Before 2010?

Topic: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: ZK-NBT
Posted 2005-02-18 06:18:07 and read 4040 times.

First delivery is expected in 2006.

Topic: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: 767-332ER
Posted 2005-02-18 13:54:39 and read 3870 times.

How many did they order? Also, when will the long-awaited 772LR order be placed?
Regards

Topic: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: ZK-NBT
Posted 2005-02-20 01:45:10 and read 3688 times.

They have 18 on order.

No idea on the 772LR.

Topic: RE: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: Gearup
Posted 2005-02-20 03:05:32 and read 3629 times.

How many did they order? Also, when will the long-awaited 772LR order be placed?

It would appear that they do not have a need for the LR at this point. Apparently, they are happy enough with the A345 and the ER combination.

GU

Topic: RE: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: Junior1970
Posted 2005-02-20 03:54:16 and read 3592 times.

SQ not ordering the 777LR (yet) ? That's kind of surprising to me.

Topic: RE: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: Gigneil
Posted 2005-02-20 04:35:12 and read 3557 times.

They announced they had no need for any new long range aircraft.

N

Topic: RE: When Will SQ Have It's 777-300ERs In Service?
Username: Greaser
Posted 2005-02-20 06:42:11 and read 3474 times.

no need for
I believe it's NO CURRENT NEED  Smile


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