Singapore Airlines has announced increases in Paris flights in the upcoming Northern winter, raising the single daily flight to two, three times a week. The Singapore-Paris leg will leave only a couple of hours later than the existing post midnight flights. However, the return flight gives travellers an extra seven hours in the City of Light, taking off at 6pm.
Increases in Paris flights – the details
- The ten weekly flights schedule will be in effect between 29th October 2017 and 24th March 2018.
- The three extra flights will operate on as Mondays, Thursdays and Saturdays with the first service taking off on 30th October.
- Singapore-Paris’ Charles de Gaulle airport is designated as SQ334
- Paris-Singapore Changi International airport is designated SQ333
Change of aircraft type
For the duration of the extra service, both additional and existing flights will be operated with Boeing 777-300ER aircraft, rather than the Airbus A380-800s currently serving the Paris route.
The 777-300ERs carry 264 passengers, four in First Class, forty-eight Business Class, twenty-eight in Premium Economy Class and one hundred and eighty-four in Economy Class.
The additional flights are subject to regulatory approvals and tickets will go on sale progressively direct from Singapore Airlines, or your preferred travel agent.
Singapore-Paris Northern Winter schedule 2017/18
|Route||Flight Number||Departure||Arrival||Days of Operation|
|SQ334||0230 (2.30am)||0930 (9.30am)||Monday, Thursday, Saturday|
|SQ333||1800 (6.00pm)||1340 (1.40pm) (+1)||Monday, Thursday, Saturday|
|Singapore-Paris||SQ336||0010 (12.10am)||0710 (7.10am)||Daily|
|Paris-Singapore||SQ335||1100 (11am)||0640 (6.40am) (+1)||Daily|
*All times local. Flight schedule is for Northern Winter operating season and subject to slots and regulatory approvals.