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Bangkok is now a regular Singapore Airlines 787-10 fixture

Singapore Airlines has no plans to discontinue 787-10 flights to Bangkok anytime soon

BKK Terminal 2

In the latest schedule update Singapore Airlines has committed to operating their new Boeing 787-10 aircraft with the latest flat-bed regional business class seats on the Singapore to Bangkok rotation until at least the end of the northern winter timetable in March 2019.

However, flights with the 777-200ER equipped with the 2006 long-haul business class seat will cease on the route at the end of this month.

The Schedule

The Bangkok schedule over the next few weeks and months is a little complicated with three daily 787-10 flights currently, dropping to two in early May, then one for the rest of May, increasing to two again for June before becoming consistent from 1st July with a single daily service running until at least March 2019.

The following tables summarise the schedule, further changes are possible so don’t forget to keep an eye on our dedicated new regional business class (2018 RJ) seats tracker page which is continually updated with the flights featuring the new 787-10 regional business class product not just on the Bangkok route but across the SIA network.

Only flights operated by the 787-10 are shown in these tables:

Now until 2nd May 2018
Flight From / To Aircraft Days
SQ970 SIN0710 – BKK0835 787 Daily
SQ972 SIN0935 – BKK1105 787 Daily
SQ982 SIN1730 – BKK1900 787 Daily
SQ973 BKK0940 – SIN1305 787</