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MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sat Jun 30, 2007 9:23 pm

There you go !
B747-400 Seat Map

SIA Y passengers gotta love this plane ! Due to the extra legroom they are going to enjoy on this ex-MAS 744. And SIA P passengers gotta love the two extra large lavatories ! This plane will be operating the SIN-AKL-SIN sectors.
 
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sat Jun 30, 2007 11:37 pm

So which aircraft is this that is going from MAS to SIA?
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 12:15 am

The aircraft going to SIA are 9M-MPC and 9M-MPE. -MPE is already in service and is in the *A livery. It now carries the registration 9V-SPR. -MPC will become 9V-SPS
 
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 12:26 am

FYI, those aircraft will be used on SQ 285/286.
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 3:46 am

Quoting PhilSquares (Reply 3):
FYI, those aircraft will be used on SQ 285/286.

For those of us who haven't memorized SQ's timetable, which flights are those?  wink 
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 3:59 am

Quoting HanginOut (Reply 4):
which flights are those?

SQ285 SIN-AKL
SQ286 AKL-SIN.


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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 4:03 am

edit: already answered above me

[Edited 2007-06-30 21:04:09]
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 12:36 pm

Quoting PhilSquares (Reply 3):
FYI, those aircraft will be used on SQ 285/286.

Out of interest PhilSquares what is your understanding of what is happening with the AKL route? Generally AKL has good loads in all classes, but any idea what will happen when the lease on these 2 aircraft ends? 77W or will SQ have enough 744's to send 1 to AKL with the arrival of the A380's?

Quoting 9VSWA (Reply 2):
The aircraft going to SIA are 9M-MPC and 9M-MPE. -MPE is already in service and is in the *A livery. It now carries the registration 9V-SPR. -MPC will become 9V-SPS

SPR made its first visit to AKL this past Thursday 28th June.
 
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 2:51 pm

Quoting ZK-NBT (Reply 7):
77W or will SQ have enough 744's to send 1 to AKL with the arrival of the A380's?

My guess would be the 77W. It's purely a guess but I don't see SQ "having enough" 744s for a while.....
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 6:33 pm

Is this for real? SQ is leasing MH aircraft? What's wrong with MH, they seem like they have too much aircrafts in fleet!!

However, I would say that I prefer the space bed to the shell flat!
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 7:07 pm

Is this the configuration using the newest Cabin product in use by MH with the lie flat Business and new F seats?
 
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Sun Jul 01, 2007 8:35 pm

Quoting Nethkt (Reply 9):
SQ is leasing MH aircraft? What's wrong with MH, they seem like they have too much aircrafts in fleet!!

Since MH launched its Business Turnaround Plan, more than 10 routes were being axed and a lot more saw some streamlined. This resulted in overcapacity of B744, which MH has 17. 9M-MPA has been returned to Boeing (to be converted to a Boeing 747 LCF) leaving 16 frames left but only 11 are in service. With MPC (nicknamed Kuantan) and MPE (nicknamed Kangar) leaving for SQ, MH still has 14 B744s. Some traditional routes which were previously being served by B744s are now being served by B772, like FCO, JED and MEL.

Quoting LXA340 (Reply 10):
Is this the configuration using the newest Cabin product in use by MH with the lie flat Business and new F seats?

Yes, both frames are RNSD aircraft (refurbished aircraft with brand new cabin features including the New First Class Cabin & Flat bed seats).
 
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Mon Jul 02, 2007 6:11 pm

Quoting Nethkt (Reply 9):
Is this for real? SQ is leasing MH aircraft? What's wrong with MH, they seem like they have too much aircrafts in fleet!!

This is not the first time SQ is leasing MH's planes. Many seemed to have forgotten before SQ got their DC10s, one was leased from MH in 1978/79 for crew familiarisation for flights between SIN-AKL.

Anyway, this lease is not directly from MAS isn't it? Do they still own MPC and MPE?
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Mon Jul 02, 2007 6:19 pm

What routes are being axed? (by MH)
 
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RE: MH B747-400 Seat Map Loaded In SQ Website

Tue Jul 03, 2007 9:51 am

Quoting TruemanQLD (Reply 13):
What routes are being axed? (by MH)

Consolidation on international has occured.
Next year will be a growth phase for MH, looking at new opportunties, as was stipulated in the BTP.

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