MIAMI – Amid the pandemic and while airlines’ A380 fleets stays grounded, Singapore Airlines (SQ) operates relentlessly on its A380 upgrade program.
The airline wants to ensure that all A380s have new top-quality first-class suites and business-class seats as the carrier heads back to the skies. The Airbus A380-841, registration 9V-SKQ left Alice Springs on February 22, 2021. With the move, SQ is preparing the superjumbo fleet to return to service.
The aircraft performing flight number SQ8896 departed Alice Springs Airport (ASP) and landed for routine maintenance checks at Sydney Kingsford Smith Airport (KYF).
According to an Executive Traveller report, a spokesman for SQ confirmed that the A380 which was stored read more ⇒
Source:: “Airways Magazine”