Travel Singapore Airlines to Launch Non-Stop Flights from LAX to Singapore

18:55  11 july  2018
18:55  11 july  2018 Source:   cntraveler.com

We're One Step Closer to a New World's Longest Flight

  We're One Step Closer to a New World's Longest Flight Singapore Airlines just tested a new plane that'll take you on an 19-hour trip.As for Singapore, a nearly six-hour test flight is one thing, but spending 19 hours aloft? We're pacing the aisles with cabin fever already. But the carrier says this new A350-900ULR plane will make the nearly day-long flight, the longest in the world by at least two hours, more bearable.

United Launching Nonstop Dreamliner Flights From Los Angeles to Singapore . But, the airline does have an interesting development to share. As of Friday, October 27, 2017, United will operate daily nonstop flights between Los Angeles ( LAX ) and Singapore (SIN).

Singapore Airlines previously operated a flight from Singapore to Newark, but cancelled the route in 2013 because of prohibitive operational costs.

a close up of a map: By Christmastime, Singapore Airlines will be flying ten times a week between LAX and SIA. © Condé Nast Traveler By Christmastime, Singapore Airlines will be flying ten times a week between LAX and SIA.

If you don’t mind sitting on a plane for 17 and a half hours (trust us, you'll feel that last half hour), getting from the West Coast to Singapore is set to get a whole lot easier—and ironically, faster, thanks to the elimination of a pesky layover in Seoul. Starting November 2, Singapore Airlines will bring back its non-stop route from Los Angeles International to Singapore Changi, which launched in 2004 but was discontinued a decade later due to rising fuel costs, according to the The Telegraph.

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  Nutty issue: Singapore Airlines stops serving peanuts Singapore Airlines said Monday it has stopped serving peanuts on its flights after a toddler suffered a severe allergic reaction, and following near-fatal cases on other carriers. The Singapore flag carrier joins other airlines including Qantas, Air New Zealand and British Airways who have stopped handing out peanuts as snacks to customers. The airline said in a statement it had stopped serving peanuts in all cabin classes in April, although other nuts -- including cashews, macadamias and almonds -- would still be given out in some classes.It did not give a reason for the move.

Singapore Airlines will launch a 19-hour non - stop flight from Singapore to New York by the end of the year – trumping the current record of 18 hours from Auckland to Doha on Qatar Airways .

Singapore Airlines ' first nonstop flight from Singapore to San Francisco lands at San Francisco International Airport on Oct. (* = Only the eastbound flight operates non - stop ; the westbound flight from Mexico City makes a stop in Tijuana, Mexico, en route to Shanghai.)(Data source: OAG) Pedro

The award-winning airline, known for polished service and "jazzed-up entertainment systems," will fly the route three times a week (Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday) until November 9; service will go daily after that. From December 7, three more flights a week will be added for ten total non-stop flights between Los Angeles and Singapore per week.

The fall kickoff date is notable for many reasons: It’s two weeks after Singapore restarts its longest-flight-in-the-world Newark-Singapore route (clocking in at nearly 19 hours), and just a week after Star Alliance member United ends its LAX-Singapore route. United flew the route for a about a year, but plans to ditch it in favor of adding a second daily San Francisco-Singapore flight.)

Singapore Airlines to Add World’s Longest Flight

  Singapore Airlines to Add World’s Longest Flight Want to fly 9,521 miles in 19 hours? You'll be able to soon enough.According to The Straits Times, when Airbus debuts the A350-900 later this year, Singapore will be the first airline to take delivery of the plane. Once in service, the aircraft will be used to operate the Singapore-to-Newark route the carrier was forced to cancel in 2013 due to prohibitive operational costs.

Book flight tickets with Singapore Airlines and enjoy comfort and luxury on-board the world's most awarded airline . Fly non - stop from Singapore to New Yorkon the world's most awarded airline . Find out more.

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Both the flights from Newark and LAX will be on the ultra-long-haul A350-900ULR plane, which, as we've said before, can fly up to 20 hours without refueling and is more energy-efficient than previous models. The plane's technology even fights jet lag as you fly: There's a lighting system that mimics the daylight at your destination, an air circulation system that refreshes air every two minutes and regulates the in-flight temp so you don't need to bogart the airplane blankets, and a cabin that's pressurized at 6,000 feet instead of the typical 8,000.

You'll be riding more comfortably in other ways, too—if only because you really don't have much of a choice. This ultra-long-range aircraft will have just two classes, with 67 business class seats and 94 premium economy seats. Still, even if you told us we'd be flying in economy for nearly 18 hours straight from LAX to SIA, we'd take it. Singapore Airlines is that good.


Singapore may send back unvaccinated foreign travelers .
Singapore may start turning back foreign visitors who do not have required vaccinations, authorities said, in a bid to protect the tightly-controlled country from infectious diseases. The country of 5.6 million people is a popular tourist destination, with 17.4 million visitors arriving in 2017. But its small size and openness have sometimes left it vulnerable, and it was hit hard by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003. The country of 5.6 million people is a popular tourist destination, with 17.4 million visitors arriving in 2017. But its small size and openness have sometimes left it vulnerable, and it was hit hard by the Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) outbreak in 2003.

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