Singapore Airlines (SIA) has added a second Scandinavian city to its route network today. Operating five times a week from Singapore Changi Airport, SQ362 flies to Stockholm, via Moscow. This will complement SIA’s existing flights to Copenhagen in Denmark. With the new flights, SIA will provide a direct link between Sweden and Singapore.
The new route is being served with the latest-generation aircraft, the Airbus A350900. With advanced technology and superior operating efficiency, the A350-900 offers customers an improved travelling experience with features such as higher ceilings, larger windows, an extra wide body and lighting designed to reduce jetlag. The aircraft are fitted with 253 seats, 42 of which are in Business Class, 24 in Premium Economy Class and 187 in Economy Class.
The new services are also part of the joint venture agreement between Singapore Airlines and Star Alliance partner Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) that took effect in 2013 covering flights between Scandinavia and Singapore. SAS has also commenced codeshare on the new services.