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Question For Any SQ Tech Employee..

Sun Feb 13, 2005 1:49 pm

Any SQ folks in here that can answer a couple of questions.....what is the route taken on the ewr-sin and lax-sin route...and what is the arrival fuel in sin....thanks...uadc8
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RE: Question For Any SQ Tech Employee..

Sun Feb 13, 2005 4:05 pm

The EWR-SIN route is generally over the Atlantic, Europe and then down over Iran, over India and then into Singapore. However, during the summer months that may change depending on the winds aloft.

The LAX-SIN route tends to be a more southerly route, sometimes over HNL or other time south of HNL.

Arrival fuel in SIN is around 9-10 tons (KGS) depending on the WX.
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