While engine issues continue to keep two of Singapore Airlines’ Boeing 787-10s out of action, it was generally a more settled month for the fleet towards the end of April.
We learned of the planned departure of at least five more A330s this year, but perhaps the biggest news is a reshuffle of the upcoming A350 delivery allocation to include five aircraft in the standard 3-class configuration, in a mix of otherwise regionally-configured aircraft.
You can read on to learn more about that, but we’ll start with the usual fleet overview. There were 125 registered aircraft in the Singapore Airlines fleet as reported by the Civil Aviation Authority of Singapore (CAAS) on 30th April 2019. Additionally one new aircraft was delivered since that date, and is therefore reflected in our analysis.
As always, we look at how these planes are distributed across the fleet, which are in active service and which are set for disposal.
Here’s how the Singapore Airlines fleet totals look at 6th May 2019.
|In maintenance, or delivered but yet to enter service:||-6|
The official registered aircraft data in combination with analysis of actual flight data over the last few weeks allows us to determine the actual ‘in service’ fleet of 123 planes at 6th May 2019, 117 of which are currently active.
Click here to see the official CAAS list of registered aircraft in Singapore at 30th April 2019.
Singapore Airlines Fleet at 6th May 2019
This table shows the Singapore Airlines fleet including how many of each aircraft type are legally registered (‘Registered’), available to the airline (‘In Service’) and currently operating revenue passenger flights (‘Active’).
30 J (2009 RJ)
255 Y (2006 Y)
42 J (2013 J)
24 W (2015 W)
187 Y (2013 Y)
40 J (2018 RJ)
263 Y (2017 Y)