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Singapore Airlines B787-10 rolled out

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#1 S V Choong

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Posted 14 October 2017 - 04:50 PM

9V-SCB in full SQ livery


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Boeing has rolled out the very first Boeing 787-10 from the paint shop. The aircraft is destined to be delivered to Singapore Airlines in May 2018 and looks pretty magnificent in the Asian carriers livery.

The Boeing 787-10 is the largest of the Dreamliner family with the ability to carry more passengers and cargo than previous versions. As a result, the aircraft has less range than the Boeing 787-8 and 787-9 that came beforehand.


Singapore Airlines is the launch customer of the aircraft and they have 30 on order, the same amount as Gulf airline Etihad. Over in the USA, United Airlines has 14 on firm order.

Crossing to Asia and Eva Air of Taiwan has 18 orders and Japan’s ANA has 3. In Europe, British Airways has 12 on order while Air France/KLM have 8. Finally, lessors Air Lease Corporation and GECAS have 25 and 10 on order respectively.


Widebody Boeing aircraft are assembled in Everett, Washington which has been the case ever since the Boeing 747 was first assembled in the late 1960s. All narrowbody aircraft come out of a different production line in Renton, Washington.



#2 suadrif

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Posted 15 October 2017 - 11:05 AM

Will SQ use their 1-2-1 for business, or stick to 2-2-2 like the A330 for this aircraft?

#3 Chris Tan

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Posted 15 October 2017 - 01:57 PM

Will SQ use their 1-2-1 for business, or stick to 2-2-2 like the A330 for this aircraft?

The 787s will be getting a new regional J product, said to be staggered 1-2-1 lie-flat by Stelia.



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