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Singapore Airlines begins daily A330-300 service to Nagoya

02/06/2009 09:02

Singapore Airlines commenced daily Airbus A330-300 services between Singapore and Nagoya, Japan, with effect from today. The daily services replace the Airline's five times weekly Boeing B777 operations on the route.


The inaugural A330-300 flight to Nagoya took off from Singapore's Changi Airport at 0100 hrs this morning, arriving at Central Japan International Airportat 0830hrs (all times local).


The arrival of the aircraft into Nagoya coincides with the 20th anniversary of the Airline's operation of services into the city. Nagoya is the first Japanese city to receive Singapore Airlines' A330-300 aircraft. Osaka will be the second when the Airline replaces its daily B777 services to Osaka with A330-300 services in early 2010.


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