If you’re planning for an LA vacay for the end of this year, you’ll want to check out Singapore Airlines (SIA)’s new direct flights to the City of Angels. Making use of the new Airbus A350-900ULR (ultra-long-range) aircraft, Flight SQ38 will commence on 2 November 2018.
The route will be served three times a week in the beginning, with flights on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. This will then be increased to daily flights from 9 November 2018, with the addition of another A350-900ULR aircraft. From 7 December 2018, another three services will be added per week as Flight SQ36, totaling the number of non-stop Singapore-Los Angeles flights to 10 a week.
As a one-way flight on SQ38 from Singapore to Los Angeles can take approximately 16 – 17 hours, comfortable seats are a high priority. The A350-900ULR features 67 Business Class Seats and 94 Premium Economy Class Seats.
Starting 28 November 2018, existing services of the Singapore-San Francisco flight will see an addition of three flights per week. These will be called SQ34 and will depart Singapore on Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday, complementing the existing SQ32 non-stop services.
For more information, visit www.singaporeair.com.