Singapore Airlines’ New Boeing 787-10 to Fly Singapore-Bali Route
Singapore Airlines is set to fly from Singapore to Bali using its latest Boeing 787-10 aircraft starting July 2. Flight SQ942 is scheduled to depart every day from Changi Airport in Singapore at 9:15 a.m. local time and arrive in Ngurah Rai International Airport in Bali at 11:55 a.m. Meanwhile the daily return flight SQ943 will take off from Bali at 1:05 p.m. and land in Singapore at 3:45 p.m.
The new Boeing plane boasts the latest regional cabin amenities with 337 seats divided into two classes: 36 business class and 301 economy class seats. The business class seats are said to offer 1-2-1 configuration and each can be turned into a 76-inch wide full-flat bed, allowing passengers to rest more comfortably, according to a statement on Thursday. The facility also comes with USB port and 18-inch high-resolution touchscreen.
Meanwhile the economy class seats boast design improvements with more leg and backrest room and 11.1-inch touchscreens. The operation of the new aircraft to Bali is said to highlight the carrier’s commitment to supporting Indonesian tourism. The airline also operates six daily flights (three from Singapore to Bali and three from Bali to Singapore) using A330 aircraft.