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Review: Singapore Air Lines

Nowadays, there are numerous airline companies for you to choose from. You will definitely be confused if you are searching for a flight among all the airline companies that exist. In order to choose an airlines company, you should read reviews from previous passengers. In the following review, find out more about Singapore Airlines.

History and aircrafts

The basics
Singapore Airlines goes back to 1947.
It was first operated as Malayan Airways, and later on in 1963, it was renamed as Malaysian Airways and in 1966 Malaysia-Singapore Airlines.
Malaysia – Singapore Airlines split in 1972, and Malaysian Airline System and Singapore Airlines were created.
Since then, Singapore Airlines is considered as one of the most innovative and quality companies in the travel market.
Singapore Airlines is also a Star Alliance Member since 2000.
Singapore Airlines has more than 100 air-crafts, with an average age of only 6 years.
Aircraft types
Singapore Airlines possesses the following aircraft types: A380-800, B777-300ER, B777-200ER, B777-300, B777-200, A340-500, A330-300 and B747-400.
Singapore Airlines has over 60 scheduled destinations and nearly 200 daily departures.
Singapore Airlines serves 35 countries, including Asia, Europe, North America, the Middle East, the South West Pacific, and Africa.

What does Singapore Airlines stands for

Symbol of Singapore Airlines
The symbol of Singapore Airlines is the Singapore Girl, a symbol of the attention that Singapore Airlines gives its customers.
Singapore Airlines has an outstanding reputation for its excellence customer service.
Almost 18.000 million passengers per year trust Singapore Airlines for their journeys.
The company is especially known for its in-flight service and hospitality.
Indeed, the company has earned many industry as well as travel awards for many consecutive years, the most important of all being the Conde Nast Traveller's "Best Global Airline". Reputation
The company’s reputation is based mainly on the following facts.
In the 1970s, Singapore Airlines was the first airline company that offered free headsets and a choice of meals and free drinks in Economy Class.
In fact, in the 1990s, it was the first airline company with satellite-based in-flight telephones. Final word
Singapore Airlines also formed the International Culinary Panel and introduced the world’s longest non-stop ultra long-haul commercial services between Singapore and New York (Newark airport).

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