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Topic: Where Does SQ744 9V-SMT Fly To?
Username: Timetable
Posted 2006-02-22 13:34:36 and read 2738 times.

Hi, Can anybody advise me what routes SQ744, 9V-SMT flies to. I believe the A/C is the only non SpaceBed fitted A/c. It certainly dosn't do the LHR flights. Many thanks from Timetable.

Topic: RE: Where Does SQ744 9V-SMT Fly To?
Username: Atco2b
Posted 2006-02-22 13:39:10 and read 2728 times.

Just having a look through the photo database.

9V-SMT has been seen at Bangkok, Taipei, Kuala Lumpur, Melbourne, JFK, Frankfurt, Auckland, Los Angeles, Manchester and Zurich.

However, some of these photos are dated back to 2001!

Topic: RE: Where Does SQ744 9V-SMT Fly To?
Username: Timetable
Posted 2006-02-22 13:41:29 and read 2728 times.

Hi, I'm just wondering what flights/routes it has been on recently. I flew on the A/C 2 years ago from BKK-SIN. From Timetable.

Topic: RE: Where Does SQ744 9V-SMT Fly To?
Username: BA0284
Posted 2006-02-22 17:22:40 and read 2598 times.

Yeah it's still with Singapore Airlines. Pictures on myaviation.net show the aircraft in Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur dated early 2006, and throughout 2005


MyAviation.net photo:
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Photo © Vincent Ng
MyAviation.net photo:
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Photo © M Radzi Desa



Hope its a help!!

BA0284  Smile

Topic: RE: Where Does SQ744 9V-SMT Fly To?
Username: NZ1
Posted 2006-02-23 03:43:07 and read 2454 times.

This aircraft is the one which dragged its tail at AKL a few years ago, due to takeoff speed being calculated wrongly. I think the pilot entered the aircraft weight 100 tonnes too light.

NZ1

Topic: RE: Where Does SQ744 9V-SMT Fly To?
Username: PhilSquares
Posted 2006-02-23 03:53:26 and read 2445 times.

The aircraft normally flies SIN-HKG, SIN-BKK, SIN-SEL. IIRC, I think the last time I flew that A/C was ICN-SIN. If possible, it is kept in SIN as a spare and only flown in the interport flights.


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