The Singapore Airlines Airbus A350 fleet operates in three configurations.
How can I tell which Version I’m flying on?
If you’re flying in Business and the seat map ends at row 22, you’re in an A350-900 (Standard) aircraft, if it ends at row 21 you’re in an A350-900 Regional aircraft, and if it ends at row 29 you’re in an A350-900ULR aircraft.
If you’re flying Premium Economy and the seat map goes up to row 33, you’re in an A350-900 (Standard) aircraft. If it goes up to row 43, you’re in an A350-900ULR. The A350-900 Regional does not feature a Premium Economy cabin.
If you’re flying Economy and the seat map goes up to row 62, you’re in an A350-900 (Standard) aircraft. If it goes up to row 70, you’re in an A350-900 Regional. The A350-900ULR does not feature an Economy cabin.
|A350-900||A350-900 Regional||A350-900 ULR|
|42 J (2013 J)
24 W (2015 W)
187 Y (2013 Y)
|40 J (2018 RJ)
263 Y (2017 Y)
|67 J (2013 J)
94 W (2018 W)
|To view our fleet guide for the Singapore Airlines Airbus A380 aircraft, first select the aircraft Version from the links above. If you’re not sure which version you are flying on, the information above will help you identify it from the seat map.|
|A350 aircraft in service at 10th October 2018: 24|