|Quoting PhilSquares (Reply 3):|
possibly the SIN-FRA-JFK
|Quoting Intothinair (Reply 4):|
I would HIGHLY doubt that SQ would downgrade SIN-FRA by around 100 seats, as these planes always seem to be full, on top of that, FRA has a massive slot problem. Yields on this route are also high!
I thought SQ would eventually send the A380s to FRA, SQ 325/326 not SQ25/26 which continues on to JFK.
|Quoting Kaitak (Reply 6):|
Intothinair, the total number of seats isn't really the driving factor. Rather, it is the revenue generating power of the aircraft, combined with fuel economy. If the 77W has a greater proportion of J class seats and is more economical than the 744 (which, of course, it will be), I doubt that SQ will have any hesitation in putting the aircraft on current 744 routes.
|Quoting Planemanofnz (Reply 5):|
First route is SIN-ZRH-MAN followed by SIN-AKL before christmas
|Quoting Intothinair (Reply 12):|
One more question, when will the first 773ERs be put into service?
First we all heard September, then came the A380 delay, then i heard the 773ERs will be delayed to being delivered the same time as the A380, December, and now i'm hearing they will be put into service in September with the old(Spacebed, Skysuite) seats found on the current long haul fleet until the A380s arrive in December? seems kind of unlogical to me to put old seats onto a brand new plane just to make the marketing hype higher to have the A380 launched with the new seats!!??
Or will the 773ERs be delayed till December 2006, having 6 delivered in 1 month, thus at the same time as the A380 also with the brand new seats??
|Quoting Lufthansa747 (Reply 16):|
Many times I've been on SQ 325/326, they have been sold out in F/C and half full in Y.